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DepEd released a list of schools with suspended classes on december 4. 2014 due to the expected landfall of the typhoon Hagupit with the local name of Ruby. As reported in ABS-CBN, the typhoon has a 75 percent chance of making its landfall in the Philippines, particularly in the eastern Samar.

While there is still a 25 percent chance that it will curve and move towards Japan, the classes are suspended for safety reasons. Filipinos are also urged to be ready for the strong rains and winds. The Local Government Units (LGU’s) are also encouraged to suspend classes in their areas as they deemed necessary though they may not be directly hit by the typhoon.

List of Classes Suspended #WalangPasok December 4 - 10, 2014 due to Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit)
Typhoon Ruby is also expected to bring storm surges as high as 3 to 4 meters in Eastern Samar. There are 44 provinces declared as critical both by PAGASA and NDRRMC, Filipinos are encouraged to be ready with power outages, floods and strong winds as the typhoon is still expected to gain more speed and gust as it enters PAR.


List of Classes Suspended on Dec 9, 2014 due to Typhoon Ruby Below;

Updated December 8 @ 5:30 PM
ALL LEVELS 
REGION III
  • -Bocaue, Bulacan
  • - Calumpit, Bulacan
  • - San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
  • - Malolos City, Bulacan 
REGION IV-A
  • - Cavite Province 
  • - Batangas Province 
  • - Rizal Province
  • - Laguna Province
  • - Quezon Province
REGION IV-B
  • - Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro 
NCR
  • - Muntinlupa City
  • - Marikina City
  • - Paranaque City 
  • - Valenzuela City
  • - Navotas City
  • - Pateros 
  • - Quezon City
  • - Mandaluyong City 
  • - Taguig City
  • - Malabon City
  • - Pasay City 
  • - Caloocan City
  • - Makati City
  • - San Juan City 
  • - Manila City
  • - Pasig City
  • - Las Pinas City 
PRESCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL
  • - Northern Palawan 


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