There are classes today July 28

this blog is starting to sound like Manila Bulletin. But, just based on stats, lots of people rely on the posts for announcements of class suspension (the stats spike close to 4-digits during storm days of posts on class suspension). The posts that got crazy stats this month are the yoga poses and the announcements of class  suspension. 

    Just to assure everyone:  The Department of Education announced five minutes ago over DZMM of ABS-CBN that there are classes today July 28 except one elementary school in Malabon that’s still flooded. 


U.P. Diliman classes suspended today July 27

Message from Dean Roland Tolentino at 7:14 am today: quote “From Chancellor Saloma: Executive Secretary Ochoa has declared that classes in Metro Manila are suspended at all levels today Wednesday 27 July 2011” closed-quote.

Classes suspended today, July 27, says Malacañang due to the storm

Classes up to the college-level in Metro Manila have been suspended today, July 27, by Malacañang through Executive Secretary Jojo Ochoa, due to Typhoon Juaning, as recommended  by PAGASA (the weather bureau) and the NDRRMC (disaster coordinating), according to Bandila news of ABS-CBN. 

Classes suspended city-wide July 25 SONA

On suspension of classes in Quezon City today July 25, message from Dean Roland Tolentino last Saturday at 11:43 am: quote “Pls be informed that classes in QC on 25 July 2011 have been suspended by the Office of the City Mayor. Pls inform your constituencies…”