Walang pasok: List of class cancellations for September 17, Tuesday

Walang pasok: List of class cancellations for September 17, Tuesday

- Many areas in the country have already canceled classes for today, September 17

- Scattered rains are still expected due to southwest monsoon or habagat

- PAGASA is also monitoring three low pressure areas

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Some areas in the country have already canceled classes for today due to rains from southwest monsoon or habagat.

Here is the list according to GMA News:

Angeles City, Pampanga — Pre-Elementary to Elementary

Bataan province — All levels, Public and Private

Caloocan City — All levels, Public and Private

Dumangas, Iloilo — Pre-school to High School

Las Piñas City — All levels, Public and Private

Malabon — All levels, Public and Private

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Mandaluyong — All levels, Public and Private

Manila — All levels, Public and Private

Marikina — All levels, Public and Private

Marilao, Bulacan — All levels, Public and Private

Navotas — All levels, Public and Private

Parañaque — All levels, Public and Private

Pasay City — All levels, Public and Private

Pasig City — Pre-school to Senior High School

San Juan City — All levels, Public and Private

Taguig City — All levels, Public and Private

Quezon City — All levels, Public and Private

Valenzuela City — All levels, Public and Private

In a previous article by KAMI, thousands of families are affected by the tropical depression Marilyn which exited the Philippine Area of Responsibility Saturday evening.

While three other low-pressure areas are being monitored by PAGASA.

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