They say, parents can decide whether to send their children (esp. those in preschools and lower levels) to school when there’s a heavy down pour of rain. But when you know that exams’ week is coming, it’s really hard to decide. You don’t want your child to be left out of the classes and discussions, which MOST PROBABLY be included in the exams. Why can’t schools just announce whether classes will push through or not?!
Okay, morning woes. STOP.
Here’s the list of class suspensions as of August 3, 2017:
College of San Benildo-Rizal
Mamburao, Occ. Mindoro
Balangkas Daycare, Valenzuela City
Coloong Daycare, Valezuela City
Palasan Daycare, Valenzuela City
PRE-SCHOOL – SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL:
San Mateo, Rizal
University of the East, Manila and Caloocan branches
Again, guys…ALWAYS STAY SAFE AND DRY! Feel free to refresh this page for updates. You can also follow me on my social media accounts:
A not so good morning to everyone… Heavy rains and thunderstorms welcomed my morning. When my son woke up, I was not surprised that he did not asked what’s the menu for breakfast but, “May pasok ba, mama?” I thought to myself, “Estudyante na talaga s’ya.” (Hehe!) I would’ve asked that too if I’m still a student. But unfortunately, I replied, “Meron, walang namang announcement si pareng Boying eh.” FYI, Boying Remulla is the governor here in Cavite.
But for everyone’s information, some LGUs already announced the suspension of classes. Here’s an update as of 12pm:
Muntinlupa (afternoon classes)
PRE-SCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL
– De La Salle STC (all levels)
– DLSU Dasmariñas (classes, student activities, transactions and work)
Here’s an update from DOST_PAGASA (8am):
Feel free to come back and refresh for updates. Stay dry and safe guys!
And the much-awaited announcement of my son (as of 10am):
I read this message from one of our group members in Mommy Bloggers Philippines and thought of sharing this to you guys:
Due to the Equinox phenomenon that will affect us in the next 5 days, please stay indoors especially from 12pm-3pm daily. The temperature will fluctuate till 40 degrees Celsius. This can easily cause dehydration and sun stroke. This phenomena is due to the sun directly positioned above the equator line. Please keep everyone, including yourself, hydrated. Everyone should be consuming about 3 liters of fluid everyday. Monitor everyone’s blood pressure as frequently as possible. Many may get heat stroke. Take cold showers as often as possible. Reduce meat consumption and increase fruits & veg. Heat stroke is no joke! Place a new unused candle outside home area or exposed area. If candle can melt, it’s at a dangerous level. Always place a pail or 2 of water half-filled in living room & each in every room to keep moist temperature down. Heat stroke has no indicative symptoms. Once fainted, its seriously dangerous as organ failure kicks in. Always check lips & eye balls for moisture.
I know you are all excited on this announcement. Who doesn’t love holidays???
Unfortunately, this is intended for Cavite peeps ONLY. It has been declared and signed, under Proclamation No. 181, as a special (non-working) holiday on March 22, 2017 (Wednesday). This is to celebrate the birth anniversary of General Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Republic of the Philippines.
This was the celebratory pronouncement of Ricky Delgado, Jr., chairman of the executive committee, as he summed up the last five years of ISLA LPG Inc. (ILC), the company behind leading LPG brand Solane, when it recently celebrated its fifth year as the country’s leading liquefied petroleum gas solutions company.
“Solane has only been running for five years but we’ve already done so much. This company is respected for what it does well, and I think that if you look at how far we have come, it’s really because of the same strategy we have kept from the start – reliable, safe, and we take what we say seriously,” said Delgado.
Taking part in the momentous occasion were top executives led by Ruben Domingo, ILC chief executive officer (CEO), Shoichi Watanabe, ISLA Petroleum and Gas (IPG) CEO, Willie Sarmiento, IPG chief finance officer, and Tonito Gonzalez, ILC general manager for sales. Also present were Bobby Kanapi, IPG board member, and executives of ITOCHU – one of the company’s shareholders – including Yuji Fukuda, ITOCHU senior managing executive officer, and Keisuke Oba, ITOCHU Manila general manager.
Awards were also given to the employees who have been part of this milestone. The Team ACE Awards were given to the Bulk and Commercial Team consisting of Marvin Castor, Kaiza Yu, Miguel Estrada, Raph Carbonell, John Cort, Rey Enriquez and headed by Elma Revillame for exceeding the sales target compared to the previous year. The Account Manager of the Year was awarded to Haidee Alverne of the Vismin Team. Further, the Eagle Awards were given to Gigi Indangan, third place, Regie Reyes, second place, and Ricky Estolas, Jr., first place, for their outstanding performances as ILC operations staff.
President Duterte declared January 25 as “Day of National Remembrance” for SAF 44 (Special Action Force). He wanted everyone to remember the heroism of the SAF 44 and recall their sacrifices for peace and security of our country.
This proclamation is signed on February 21 under Proclamation No. 164.