Suspension of Classes on August 3 - DepEd Announcement


PREVIOUS UPDATE (4am, August 3):
No suspension of classes today in Metro Manila despite the rains caused by Typhoon Kabayan (except in Muntinlupa City where afternoon classes are suspended), according to DepEd's Twitter posting this morning.

It said, "NCR: Regular classes resume today, August 3. PAGASA predicts that the amount of rainfall today will be only half of yesterday's volume. We urge the public to continue monitoring the weather and stay alert for any announcements in case the rainfall volume increases.

Superintendents, Principals and LGUs may suspend classes if the situation warrants it. Parents can decide whether to send their children to school or not."

In Muntinlupa City however classes this afternoon are suspended due to heavy rains upon DepEd's consultation with the office of Mayor Aldrin San Pedro.

In Region 3, regular classes today except for the following still flooded schools in Pampanga:

Macabebe West Dist - San Esteban ES, Consuelo ES, Sta.Maria ES, San Rafael ES, Sto Nino ES, Dalayap, Dalan, Baliti ES, Castuli, Sta Lutgarda, SanJuan, Lolu Sapang Malalam, Sitio Mindanao. Macabebe East district - Caduag Tete ES, San Isidro ES, SanGabriel, San Roque, Sta.Rita Telacsan, Masantol San Isidro ES and Sapang Kawayan ES.

There's also no suspension of classes in CALABARZON areas except in Taal, Batangas where afternoon classes are also suspended due to heavy rains.

In Region 1, whole day classes from preschool to highschool are suspended in San Carlos City due to continuous rainfall.


PREVIOUS UPDATE (9pm, August 2):
No announcement yet has been made for the suspension of classes in Metro Manila tomorrow, August 3 (Wednesday), but the Department of Education or DepEd in NCR has promised to make an announcement by 4AM.

DepEd has just posted on its official Twitter account (@DepEd_PH) that the announcement on class suspension for August 3 will be based on PAGASA's weather bulletin to be issued at 2am and is asking everyone to tune in to radio or television for the announcement.

Are you excited for the announcement?

Better not expect for any class suspension guys, so you won't get disappointed.

Do your usual routines. Sleep early tonight and wake up early tomorrow to know if there will be suspension of classes.

What a burden, right? What if classes are suspended? That's too much of a burden to wake up early for that.

PAGASA's weather forecast for August 3 states that Metro Manila will still experience rains. "Ang kalakhang Maynila ay makakaranas ng pag-ulan dulot ng habagat na maaaring magdulot ng mga pagbaha at ang look ng maynila ay magiging katamtaman hanggang sa maalon. ang tinatayang agwat ng temperatura ay mula 24 hanggang 28 antas ng celsius (75°f hanggang 82°f)," PAGASA said on its 24-hour weather forecast for Typhoon Kabayan, issued at 5pm Tuesday.

For Tuesday, August 2, classes in high school and elementary were suspended in Metro Manila due to heavy rains and floods caused by Bagyong Kabayan. The suspension of classes were announced late night on Monday, August 1.

Then at noon on Tuesday, the Malacanang has declared suspension of tertiary classes and also government work starting at 1PM.

Mykiru will just keep you updated for any announcement on class suspension for tomorrow, August 3.

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