No classes July 24 has been announced in some areas due to flooding and bad weather.
It was confirmed that Tropical Depression Josie has exited the Philippine area of responsibility. However, it will still continue to bring in the habagat or moon soon rains.
According to PAGASA’s weather forecast for Metro Manila-
Issued at:5:00 PM ,23 July 2018
Valid Beginning: 5:00 PM today until 5:00 AM tomorrow
Weather Situation:Zambales, Bataan, Cavite and Batangas will experience monsoon rains while Metro Manila and the rest of Central Luzon will have occasional rains. Cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms are expected over Laguna, Rizal and Quezon. Light to strong winds blowing from south. Light to strong winds blowing from southwest will prevail and the coastal waters will be moderate to rough.”
PAGASA also said that a low pressure area is developing off the eastern coast and may turn into a storm within 48 hours. It will be named Karding, which is the fifth storm to hit the country this month.
Here are the following areas where No classes July 24, 2018 was declared:
- Bataan (whole province)
- Bulacan – Calumpit
- Metro Manila – Valenzuela City (see list below from Valenzuela City official FB page)
- Pangasinan — Dagupan (up to July 25, Wednesday, including government offices)
- Tarlac – La Paz, Camiling (both public and private)
- Zambales – Subic , Olongapo (both public and private)
- Pampanga (see list below from Pampanga PIO official FB Page)
- Pangasinan (see list below from Province of Pangasinan (Official)
Classes in ALL LEVELS, public and private, will resume tomorrow, July 24, 2018, EXCEPT in the following schools which will remain suspended due to floodwaters, as recommended by DepEd Valenzuela and CSWDO-ECCD:
7. Esteban North – Dalandanan III
8. Esteban South – Dalandanan II
Elementary and Secondary School
1. Pio Valenzuela ES
2. Coloong ES
3. Tagalag ES
4. A. Deato ES
5. Isla ES
6. Polo National High School”
“SUSPENSION OF CLASSES for July 24, 2018 (Tuesday)
Masantol – All levels (Public and Private)
Selected Barangays in San Luis – Brgys. Sta. Cruz pambilog, Sta. Catalina, San sebastian, Sta cruz poblacion, Sto. Tomas, Sta. Monica, Sta. Rita, San agustin, San nicolas, San juan, and sto. Rosario – All levels (Public and Private)
Selected Schools in Apalit – Paligui Elementary School, Fausto Gonzales Sioco Memorial Elementary School, Sampaga Elementary school, Sampaloc Elementary School
Selected Barangays in Arayat – Brgys. Candating and San Mateo – All Levels (Public and Private)
Selected Barangays in Candaba – Brgys. Bambang, Buas, Gulap, Lanang, Mandasig, Pansinao, Paralaya, Pasig, Pescadores, San Agustin, Sto Rosario – All levels (Public and Private)”
“LOCALIZED SUSPENSION OF CLASSES TOMORROW (JULY 24, 2018)
The torrential rains have diminished as TD Josie leaves the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). PDRRMO monitoring of the Province’s river systems show it is steadily receding, but the areas that are low-lying and located near the river banks must still keep watch on floodwaters.
Likewise, folks living along steep elevations must also constantly monitor for potential landslides as the soil may have been too saturated.
In my capacity as the PDRRMC Chairman, I hereby declare the LOCALIZED SUSPENSION OF CLASSES TOMORROW, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018 in accordance with Executive Order No. 66, s. 2012. I urge the Chairpersons of the LDRRMCs as well as the School Administrators to suspend classes if they see the need. They are likewise directed to conduct damage assessment on the effects of severe flooding in their own cities/municipalities.
This memorandum shall be be effective immediately.
Amado I. Espino, III