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MANILA, Philippines – At least 19 schools and universities in Metro Manila suspended classes on Thursday afternoon, June 13, due to heavy rain and flooding in some areas.
Here is a list of schools that have already suspended classes:
- Adamson University – Classes and offices from 4 PM onwards
- Arellano University
- Centro Escolar University
- City College of Manila
- De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (CSB) – Classes from 4:20 PM onwards
- De La Salle University (DLSU) – All classes and levels except Science and Technology Complex, including office work from 4:20 PM onwards
- Far Eastern University-East Asia College – Afternoon classes
- Far Eastern University-Manila (FEU-M)
- La Consolacion College
- Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Manila (PLM) – Classes and admin work from 4 PM onwards
- Philippine Women’s University-Manila (PWU-M)
- San Beda College – Classes from 4 PM onwards
- San Sebastian College – Classes from 4:30 PM onwards
- Santa Isabel College
- St. Paul University-Manila – Classes from 4 PM onwards
- St. Scholastica’s College-Manila – Night classes
- University of Santo Tomas (UST) – Afternoon classes from 3 PM onwards
- University of the East-Manila (UE-M) – Classes in all levels
- University of the Philippines-Manila (UP-M) – Classes and offices from 3:30 PM onwards
The Manila City government suspended classes in all public elementary and high schools, while Pasay City suspended classes in all levels of private and public schools from 4:30 PM onwards.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has reported flooding in parts of España, EDSA, and Taft avenues at 3:30 PM today. – Rappler.com