Published: Monday 21 August, 2017

#WalangPasok Aug 22: Class Suspension Due to Bagyong Isang/Habagat Rains

Are classes suspended tomorrow, August 22, 2017? Will #walangpasok be declared due to heavy rains brought by habagat? With the bad weather due to the effects of Bagyong Isang, students and parents await the declaration of class suspensions.


Will classes be suspended Tuesday, August 22? Will #walangpasok be declared?

#WalangPasok is trending once more as heavy rains in parts of Luzon threatened to bring flooding in several areas, some of which are in Metro Manila. But, so far, there has been no announcement yet.

According to the latest weather update from PAGASA, Bagyong Isang has maintained its strength and speed as it moves nearer to the Batanes Group of Islands. As a results, expect the cyclone to trigger more rain with the help of the southwest monsoon. According to PAGASA, occasional heavy rain will be felt in Metro Manila, Ilocos region, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Mimaropa, Biol region and parts of Visayas.

Caloocan (all levels)
Las Pinas (all levels)
Malabon (all levels)
Mandaluyong (all levels)
Manila (all levels)
Marikina (all levels)
Muntinlupa (all levels)
Navotas (all levels)
Paranaque (all levels)
Pasig (all levels)
Pasay (all levels)
Pateros (all levels)
Quezon City (all levels)
San Juan (all levels)
Taguig (all levels)
Valenzuela (all levels)

Antipolo (all levels)
Baras (preschool to senior high school)
Binangonan (all levels)
Cainta (all levels)
Jalajala (all levels)
Rodriguez (all levels)
San Mateo (all levels)
Tanay (all levels)
Taytay (all levels)
Teresa (all levels)

Hagonoy (all levels)
Malolos (all levels)
Marilao (all levels)
Meycauayan (all levels)
Obando (all levels)

Bataan (all levels)
Cavite (all levels)

Calamba (all levels)
San Pedro (all levels)

Abra — Pre-school to Senior High School (Public and Private)
Olongapo City — All levels (Public and Private)

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