#WalangPasok: Class Suspensions for June 11, 2018

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posted June 07, 2018 at 05:37 am
by  Manila Standard
Class suspensions updates from Manila Standard. #walangpasok
(UPDATED) MANILA, Philippines - Here are the class suspensions for Thursday, June 11, 2018  declared by the Department of Education or the Local Government Units (LGUs) due to #Habagat.

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METRO MANILA: 

  1. Quezon City (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  2. Malabon City (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  3. Manila (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  4. Mandaluyong (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  5. Muntinlupa (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  6. Navotas (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  7. Pasay (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  8. Las Piñas (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  9. Valenzuela (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  10. Parañaque (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  11. Pateros (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  12. Caloocan (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  13. Taguig (Preschool to High School K-12)
  14. San Juan (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  15. Marikina (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  16. Pasig (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
PROVINCES: 

  1. Abra (Kinder to High School K-12 )
  2. Bataan (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  3. General Trias, Cavite (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  4. Olongapo City (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  5. Subic Zambales (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
  6. Batangas City (ALL LEVELS Public and Private)
SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES: 

  1. DLSU Manila (Classes and Office work)
  2. FEU-Institute of Technology  (Classes and Office work)
  3. Letran Manila (Classes and Office work)
  4. UP Diliman (Offices will remain open but at the discretion of admin if they'll require staff to report) 
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Take a look at how class cancellations work: 

                                          Automatic Class Suspension Guidelines. PHOTO/DEPED
 

 

 

 


 

Topics: #WalangPasok , DepEd , #DomengPH , Class suspensions
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