Summary of class suspension on July 27 (as of 9:00 pm, July 26)

Media Advisory (Class suspension on July 27 due to Typhoon Juaning)

NCR – All classes in Preschool, Elementary, and HS (public and private) will be suspended in the entire region (Per Regional Director Elena Ruiz).

 

Reg 1 – Automatic suspension will be based on the 10pm PAGASA Bulletin tonight (Per Regional Director Ligaya Miguel).

 

Reg 2 – Due to Public Storm Signal No. 1, all classes in Preschool (public and private) will be automatically suspended in Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, and Quirino (Per Regional Director Benito Tumamao).

CAR – Due to Public Storm Signal No. 1, all classes in Preschool (public and private) will be automatically suspended in Abra, Apayao, Kalinga, Ifugao, Mt. Province, and Benguet (Per OIC-Regional Director Teresita Velasco).

 

Reg 3 – All classes in Preschool, Elementary, and HS (public and private) will be suspended in the entire region: Bataan, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Bulacan, Zambales, Aurora (Per Regional Director Teofila Villanueva)

 

Reg 4AAll classes in Preschool, Elementary, and HS (public and private) will be suspended in the entire region: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon (Per Regional Director Lorna Dino).

 

Reg 4B

·        Classes in Preschool and Elementary will be suspended in Occidental Mindoro (Per Regional Director Sinforosa Guiñares)

·        Due to Public Storm Signal No. 1, all classes in Preschool (public and private) will be automatically suspended in Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, and Romblon. (based on 5PM, July 26 PAGASA Bulletin)

Reg 5 – Automatic suspension will be based on the 4AM, July 27 PAGASA Bulletin and depending on the local situation, local authorities (LGUs, DepEd local officials, and school heads) may declare cancellation of classes in their respective areas.

Source: Communications Unit
Office of the Secretary | Department of Education

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