Thursday, November 07, 2013

Class Suspensions for Nov. 8, Friday

 Due to Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan International name),  classes has been announced suspended in different parts of the country.




As of 10:30pm November 07, 2013

Metro Manila:
Pasay City, all levels
Mandaluyong City, all levels
Parañaque City, all levels
Caloocan City, preschool to high school
Marikina City, public and private, all levels
Muntinlupa City, public and private, all levels
Pasig City, preschool
Pateros, public and private, all levels
Quezon City, public and private, preschool to high school
Taguig City, preschool
Valenzuela City, public only, preschool to high school

Municipalities, Provinces, and LGUs: 
Alcantara, Romblon, all levels
Baco, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, all levels public and private; work at city government also suspended except for disaster response services
Bacoor City, work in government offices suspended (except those involved in disaster operations)
Bansud, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Banton, Romblon, all levels
Batangas, Classes from kindergarten to college suspended Friday
Baybay, Leyte, all levels, public and private
Boac, Marinduque, all levels
Bohol, all levels
Buenavista, Marinduque, all levels
Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro, grade school
Butuan City, all levels, public and private
Cajidiocan, Romblon, all levels
Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro, grade school and high school
Calatrava, Romblon, all levels
Camarines Sur, all levels
Cavite, public and private, kindergarten to highschool
Catanduanes (until further notice), all levels
Catbalogan City, all levels
Cebu, all levels, public and private; Capitol employees, starting Thursday afternoon
Compostela Valley, all levels, public and private
Concepcion, Romblon, all levels
Corcuera, Romblon, all levels
Davao del Norte, all levels, public and private
Dumaguete City, all levels
Eastern Samar (until further notice), all levels
Ferrol, Romblon, all levels
Gasan, Marinduque, all levels
Gloria, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Imus, Cavite, all levels
Kawit, Cavite, public and private, all levels
Laguna, public and private, all levels
Looc, Romblon, all levels
Maasin City, Southern Leyte, all levels, public and private
Magdiwang, Romblon, all levels
Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Mogpog, Marinduque, all levels
Naujan, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Negros Occidental, all levels
Negros Oriental, all levels
Northern Samar, all levels, public and private
Odiongan, Romblon, all levels
Ormoc City, all levels
Quezon, prep to college 
Paluan, Occidental Mindoro, preschool and grade school
Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Pola, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro, preschool and grade school
Rizal, Occidental Mindoro, grade school and high school
Rizal Province, public and private, all levels
Romblon, Romblon, all levels
Roxas, Oriental Mindoro, all levels
San Agustin, Romblon, all levels
San Andres, Romblon, all levels
San Fernando, Romblon, all levels
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, classes at all levels and work in government offices
San Jose, Romblon, all levels
Sorsogon City, all levels
Southern Leyte (until further notice), all levels
Sta. Cruz, Marinduque, all levels
Sta. Fe, Romblon, all levels
Sta. Maria, Romblon, all levels
Surigao del Norte, all levels
Tacloban City, kindergarten to college, public and private
Tagaytay City, all levels, public and private
Tagum City, all levels, public and private
Talisay City in Cebu, work in government and private, from 12 noon Thursday to Friday
Torrijos, Marinduque, all levels

Schools:
Bicol University, all classes suspended until further notice
National High School, San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro 
San Rafael Elementary School, San Teodoro
Oriental Mindoro Central Elementary School, San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro

Yolanda has Strength of Category 5 Lat: 7.90 Lon: 136.20, Movement of 32 km/h at 280 degrees with Wind Speed at 257 km/h and Gustyness of 314 km/h.

Yolanda is considered to be a super typhoon. I advice all Filipino people from the affected areas to be vigilant. 

Be safe...God Bless the Philippines.

-shaw

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