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Several schools suspend classes on Thursday due to extreme heat
Several schools suspend classes on Thursday due to extreme heat
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Several schools suspend classes on Thursday due to extreme heat
by Mary Antalan02 May 2024
Photo courtesy: iStock

Several schools in the country have declared a class suspension on Thursday, May 2, due to the extreme heat forecasted by PAGASA.

Schools have been advised to shift to asynchronous classes or any alternative learning modality.

ALBAY

  • Daraga (all levels, public and private)

BATANGAS

  • Balayan (elementary to senior high school, public and private, until May 3)
  • Tanauan (all levels, public schools, hanggang May 3)

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BULACAN

  • Calumpit (elementary to high school, public schools. Except for Grade 3 students who will take the Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Assessment)

CAGAYAN

  • Sta. Teresita (all levels, public and private, until lifted)

CAVITE

  • Silang (all levels, public and private, until May 4)
  • Dasmariñas (all levels, public and private, until May 4)
  • Trece Martires (all levels, public and private, until May 4)
  • Imus (all levels, public and private, until May 4)
  • Cavite City (all levels, public and private until May 3)
  • General Mariano Alvarez (GMA) (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Tanza (kinder to senior high school, public schools, until May 3)

COTABATO

  • Pigcayawan (half-day class suspension, all levels, public and private, until May 3)

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ILOILO

  • Iloilo City (all levels, public and private, until May 3)

ISABELA

  • Echague (Kinder to Grade 12, public and private, until May 3)
  • Santiago City (all levels, public and private)

LAGUNA

  • Calamba (Kinder to Grade 12, public and private, until May 3)
  • Victoria (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • San Pedro (all levels, public schools, until May 4)

LEYTE

  • Tacloban City (all levels, public and private schools)

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MARINDUQUE

Boac (all levels, public and private, until May 3)

MASBATE
City of Masbate (kinder to Grade 12, public schools)
San Jacinto (elementary to senior high school, public and private, until May 3)

METRO MANILA

  • Malabon (public schools, until May 3)
  • Las Piñas (all levels, public schools until May 3)
  • Caloocan (Kinder to Grade 12, public schools, until May 3)
  • Manila (elementary to senior high school, public, untilMay 3)
  • Pasay (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Mandaluyong (pre-school to senior high school, public and private, until May 3)
  • Valenzuela City (preschool to Grade 12, public schools, until May 3)
  • San Juan City (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Navotas (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Quezon City (all levels, public schools)

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NEGROS OCCIDENTAL

  • Bacolod City (elementary to senior high school, public and private, hanggang May 3)
    Isabela (all levels)

PAMPANGA

  • Angeles (all levels, public and private)
  • Masantol (all levels simula sa afternoon classes, public and private, hanggang May 15)
  • Mexico (all levels, public schools)

PANGASINAN

  • Basista (daycare to senior high school, public and private, until May 3)
  • Dagupan (elementary to senior high school, public schools)
  • San carlos (all levels simula sa afternoon classes umpisa ng alas-12 ng tanghali, public and private, hanggang May 4)
  • Calasiao (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Rosales (all levels, public and private, until May 15)
  • Urbiztondo (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Bayambang (all levels, public and private, until May 3)

PROVINCE OF BATAAN (all levels, public schools, until May 3)

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PROVINCE OF ORIENTAL MINDORO (pre-school to senior high school, public schools, until May 3)

QUEZON

  • Tayabas (all levels, public and private, until May 3)

RIZAL

  • Morong (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Taytay (Kinder to Grade 12, public schools, until May 3)
  • Binangonan (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Montalban (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Angono (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Tanay (all levels, public and private, until May 3)
  • Cardona (all levels, public schools, until May 3)

ZAMBALES

  • Olongapo (all levels, public and private, until May 3)

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Based on PAGASA's 5-day computed and 2-day forecast, 39 areas in the country will experience a "dangerous" heat index.

Dangerous levels of heat could cause cramps, exhaustion, or heat stroke.

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