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#WalangPasok: Metro Manila, Luzon Class Suspensions for June 11, 2018

Local governments have declared class suspensions in all levels both public and private schools, expecting heavy habagat rains in the aftermath of Typhoon Domeng.

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#WalangPasok: Metro Manila, Luzon Class Suspension, June 11

MANILA, Philippines — A number of cities in National Capital Region (NCR) and some other provinces in Luzon have suspended classes (#WalangPasok) on Monday, June 11, due to persisting heavy rains brought by Southwest monsson which intensified by Typhoon Domeng (international name: Maliksi).

As of posting, classes have been suspended at all levels in all public schools and private educational institutions in the following cities in Metro Manila:

Metro Manila

-Quezon City (All levels, public and private)

-Malabon City (All levels, public and private)

-City of Manila (All levels, public and private)

-Taguig City (Pre-school to High school, public and private)

-Marikina City (All levels, public and private)

-Muntinlupa City (All levels, public and private)

-Mandaluyong City (All levels, public and private)

-Navotas City (All levels, public and private)

-Las Piñas City (All levels, public and private)

-Parañaque City (All levels, public and private)

-Pateros (All levels, public and private)

-Valenzuela City (All levels, public and private)

-Caloocan City (All levels, public and private)

-San Juan City (All levels, public and private)

-Pasay City (All levels, public and private)

-Pasig City (All levels, public and private)

Also in Metro Manila, Taguig City has also suspended classes but only from preschool to senior high (Grade 12) in both public and private educational institutions.

Makati City, as of Monday, midnight of June 11, has announced that classes will not be suspended.

Outside of Metro Manila

Outside of NCR, the following provinces and municipalities have also suspended classes at all levels in both public and private schools:

-Abra Province (Kinder to High school K-12)

-Cavite Province (All levels, public and private)

-Olongapo City (All levels, public and private)

-Bataan (All levels, public and private)

-Batangas Province (All levels, public and private)

-Obando, Bulacan (All levels, public and private)

-Meycauayan, Bulacan (All levels, public and private)

-Subic, Zambales (All levels, public and private)

-Rizal (Due to Araw ng Lalawigan ng Rizal)

Abra has suspended classes only from preschool to senior high in all public and private schools, while Bacoor in Cavite suspended classes only from preschool to grade school in both public and private educational institutions.

The state weather bureau, Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), said in its 4 P.M. on Sunday, June 10, weather bulletin that the southwest monsoon (habagat) rains would affect Metro Manila and rest of Luzon on Monday, June 11.

Typhoon Domeng was last seen at 1,295 kilometers northeast of Basco, Batanes outside the Philippine area of responsibility, with a maximum sustained winds of 100 kilometers per hour and 120 kph gusts said PAGASA meteorologist Gener Quitlong.

The list of classes suspension will be updated as soon as we hear announcements from cities and/or municipalities.

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