Class suspensions for Saturday, Oct. 12
MANILA (9th UPDATE) - The following local government units and institutions have announced suspension of classes for Saturday, October 12, due to the bad weather:
- Antipolo City (all levels, public and private)
- Cainta, Rizal (all levels, public and private)
- Caloocan (all levels)
- Malabon (all levels)
- Mandaluyong City (all levels)
- Marikina (all levels, public and private)
- Muntinlupa (pre-school to high school, public and private)
- Navotas (all levels)
- Pasay City (all levels)
- Pasig (all levels)
- Quezon City (all levels)
- San Fernando City, Pampanga (pre-school to high school)
- Tanay, Rizal (all levels, public and private)
- Adamson University (all levels and office work)
- Arellano University (all levels and office work)
- Far Eastern University (Manila, Makati and East Asia College campuses)
- Fatima University (all campuses; all levels)
- National University
- Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
- Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Sta Mesa., Manila campus; all levels)
- San Sebastian College (all levels and office work)
- University of the East (Manila and Caloocan campuses; all levels and office work)
- University of the Philippines Manila (all levels and office work)
- Valenzuela Polytechnic College
Storm warning signal number 1 is hoisted over Metro Manila. Under signal number 1, classes at the pre-school level are automatically suspended.
Other areas under signal number 1 are:
- Ilocos Sur
- Mt. Province
- Nueva Viscaya
- Nueva Ecija
- Metro Manila
- Lubang Island
Under signal number 2 are the following areas:
- La Union
Under signal number 2, classes at pre-school, elementary, and secondary levels are automatically suspended.
Two provinces, Zambales and Pangasinan, are under signal number 3. Under signal number 3, classes at the pre-school, elementary, and secondary and tertiary levels, including graduate schools, are automatically cancelled.
Meanwhile, Manila has suspended classes in all levels in public and private schools on Monday, October 14, in relation to an Iglesia ni Kristo event that will be attended by more than 1 million delegates and members.
The Philippine Science High School, meanwhile, has postponed its admission test in all testing centers in the National Capital Region.
The test will be moved on Sunday, October 13, according to Armi Santos, information officer of the Philippine Science High School.