Class suspensions in Quezon City – July 28 2014

class suspensions july 28 2014
Classes in some public schools in Quezon City are suspended for July 28, 2014

President Benigno Aquino III is scheduled to deliver his fifth State of the Nation Address this Monday, July 28, before the joint session of Congress at the House of Representatives.

In line with this, classes in public elementary and high schools around the area, mostly from Quezon City’s second, fifth, and sixth districts, will be suspended on the said day. Check the list below:

Dr. Ponciano A. Menguito, superintendent of the Division of City Schools – Quezon City, made the announcement through a memorandum.

He said the class suspensions are meant to minimize traffic congestion around the SONA venue.

class suspensions july 28 2014
Classes in some public schools in Quezon City are suspended for July 28, 2014

Elementary Schools:

  • Bagong Silangan Elementary School
  • Balara Elementary School
  • Benigno Aquino Elementary School
  • Commonwealth Elementary School
  • Corazon Aquino Elementary School
  • Culiat Elementary School
  • Doña Juana Elementary School
  • Fairview Elementary School
  • Holy Spirit Elementary School
  • Lagro Elementary School
  • Lupang Pangako Elementary School
  • Manuel L. Quezon Elementary School
  • Melencio Castelo Elementary School
  • New Era Elementary School
  • North Fairview Elementary School
  • Old Balara elementary School
  • Payatas B Elementary School
  • Payatas B-Annex Elementary School
  • Payatas C Elementary School
  • San Diego Elementary School
  • West Fairview Elementary School

High Schools:

  • Bagong Silangan High School
  • Balara High School
  • Batasan Hills National High School
  • Commonwealth High School
  • Culiat High School
  • Holy Spirit National High School
  • Judge Cecilia Muñoz Palma High School
  • Judge Feliciano Belmonte High School
  • Lagro High School
  • New Era High School
  • North Fairview High School




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