#WALANGPASOK: No Classes August 1, 2016 due to Bagyong Carina

MANILA, Philippines – “Walang Pasok” or no classes on Monday, August 1, 2016 are announced and declared at below areas due to the heavy rains brought by ‘Bagyong Carina’.

  • Isabela Province (kindergarten to senior high school)
  • Cauayan City, Isabela (kindergarten to senior high school)
  • Sta. Ana, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Gonzaga, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Sta. Teresita, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Buguey, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Aparri, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Lal-lo, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Camalaniugan, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Allacapan, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Ballesteros, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Abulug, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Pamplona, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Sanchez Mira, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Claveria, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Sta. Praxedes, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Calayan, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Lasam, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Gattaran, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Rizal, Cagayan (all levels)
  • Dagupan City (kindergarten to senior high school)
  • Mankayan, Benguet (all levels)
  • Abra (all levels)
  • Kibungan, Benguet (kindergarten only)
  • La Trinidad, Benguet (kindergarten only)
  • San Carlos City, Pangasinan (kindergarten to elementary school)
  • Atok, Benguet (kindergarten to elementary school)
  • Bokod, Benguet (kindergarten to elementary school)
  • Bautista, Pangasinan (kindergarten to elementary school)
  • *the rest of Cagayan Province (kindergarten to senior high school)

[Class suspensions at areas mentioned above are courtesy of DepEd. Keep checking and refreshing for further updates….]

Bagyong Carina Weather Update

According to PAG-ASA, as of 10:00 am, the tropical storm is located at 160 km East Southeast of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan and will be out of Philippine Area of Responsibility on Tuesday, August 2, 2016.

LATEST WEATHER UPDATE‘Bagyong Carina’ PAGASA Latest Update July 31, 2016: Signal No. 2 in 10 Areas

Department of Education (DepEd) Order in Cancellation of Classes

The cancellation of classes is pursuant to the DepEd Order No. 43, s. 2012 or the Guidelines on the Implementation of Executive Order No. 66 (Prescribing Rules on the Cancellation or Suspension of Classes and Work in Government Offices Due to Typhoons, Flooding, Other Weather Disturbances, and Calamities)

As discussed in the said DO, classes in affected areas are automatically suspended based on the PAGASA declared storm signals, while local government units (LGUs)—not the DepEd—decide on the announcement of class suspensions during calamities in the absence of a storm signal.

DepEd reiterates this to guide parents and help ensure the safety of students in the event of typhoons, flooding, and other weather disturbances and calamities.
Classes in the affected areas shall be automatically cancelled or suspended once the PAGASA raised the following storm signals: 1) Signal No.1, public and private pre-school and kindergarten classes; 2) Signal No. 2, public and private pre-school, kindergarten, elementary and high school classes (including Senior High School); and Signal No. 3, classes in all levels.

Storm signal warnings declared by PAGASA at 10:00 PM, and 4:30 AM of the following day will reflect on the cancellation and suspension of classes for the whole day in appropriate levels in the affected areas. Meanwhile, Storm signal warnings declared by PAGASA at 11:00 AM  day will automatically cancel or suspend the same day’s afternoon classes in the appropriate levels in the affected areas.

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