Here is a list of areas where classes are suspended for Friday, September 1, 2023, due to the effects of bad weather.
Some areas suspended classes for Friday, September 1, in the wake of Super Typhoon Goring (Saola) and due to ongoing rain from the enhanced southwest monsoon or habagat.
The southwest monsoon is being enhanced by Goring, although it is already outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility, and by Severe Tropical Storm Hanna (Haikui), which is inside PAR.
EMERGENCY KIT AND ESSENTIALS
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This list will be updated once local or national authorities make announcements.
- all levels, as ordered by Malacañang
- Aparri – all levels (public)
- Hagonoy – all levels (public and private)
- Masantol – all levels (public and private)
- Angeles City – face-to-face classes, all levels (public and private)
Cordillera Administrative Region
- Dagupan City – all levels (public and private)
- Bacolod City – all levels (public and private)
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Flight Cancellations in the Philippines(We are still waiting for updates from Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and AirAsia Philippines.)
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Automatic Cancellation/Suspension of Classes
All concerned DepEd officials and personnel are directed to observe the weather bulletins of the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) announced through various media outlets (radio, television, and internet).
You can get the latest weather updates and reports from PAGASA.
|DepEd Automatic Class Suspension Guidelines
Depending on signal numbers declared at 10:00 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. of the following day, classes in appropriate levels for the whole day are deemed automatically cancelled/suspended.
Afternoon classes in the appropriate levels in areas with signal numbers declared at 11:00 a.m. that day are likewise automatically cancelled/suspended.
Read more about DepEd Class Suspension Guidelines.
ACTIVITIES AND TOURS IN MANILA
Absences of Tropical Cyclones/Storm Signal Warning
In cases where PAGASA has not raised any storm signal warning or declared the presence of a tropical cyclone, Regional and Division DRRMOs are directed to communicate with their counterpart RDRRMC and LDRRMC for any decision to cancel or suspend classes in their respective locality.