Schools with no classes August 1, 2012

Heavy rains that cause flooding brought by Typhoon Gener and the Southwest Monsoon prompted some LGUs in Luzon including NCR to suspend classes on Wednesday, August 1, 2012.

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PRESCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL
Imus City, Cavite
Malabon (afternoon classes)
Mandaluyong City
Marikina City
Rosario, Cavite
Quezon City
San Juan City
Tanza, Cavite

ALL LEVELS
Angat, Bulacan
Guagua, Pampanga (afternoon classes)
Manila (afternoon classes)
Naic, Cavite
Navotas City
Obando, Bulacan
Pasay City
Rodriguez, Rizal
San Fernando, La Union

BULACAN
Bocaue ES
Marilao ES
Ubihan ES
Saluysoy ES (Meycauayan East)
Zamora ES (Meycauayan West)

MALABON (whole day)
Dampalit 1 Elementary School
Dampalit Main Elementary School

VALENZUELA CITY
A. Deato ES
Coloong ES
Isla ES
Nuestra SeƱora De Guia Academy ES
Pasolo ES
Pio Valenzuela ES
PR San Diego ES
Polo National High School
Rincon ES
Tagalag ES
Wawang Pulo ES

ZAMBALES
Elementry level
Cawag HS Annex
Nagyantok HS
Cawag Resettlement HS
San Isidro HS

SCHOOLS
Ateneo de Manila University (Preschool to High School)
College of St. Catherine QC (All levels)
Miriam College (Up to high school level, including SAID and MAE)
Navotas Polytechnic College
St. James Academy Malabon (Preschool to High School)

Mayor Alfredo Lim in an interview on “Umagang Kay Ganda (UKG)” said his office will make an announcement at 10 a.m. whether or not classes in Manila are suspended. He eventually ordered the suspension of afternoon classes in preschool, elementary and high school levels.

In his official Twitter account, Lim also said that afternoon classes in college are likewise ordered suspended.

State weather bureau PAGASA reported that Typhoon Gener was last spotted 270 kilometers Northeast of Basco, Batanes with maximum sustained winds of 120 kilometers per hour near the center and gustiness of up to 150 kph.

Gener is expected to enhance the Southwest Monsoon that will bring rains and moderate to strong winds over Luzon and Visayas especially the western section.

PAGASA also spotted a low pressure area (LPA) 270 km Northwest of Laoag City.
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