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september 21 2017 class suspensions

#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for September 21 2017

President Rodrigo Duterte has announced the suspension of classes in all levels of public schools as well as work in government offices for September 21, Thursday. The day has been dubbed as the “National Day of Protests.” In a press conference early Tuesday afternoon, Palace spokesperson

class suspensions september 13 2017

#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for September 13 2017

(UPDATED, 10:00 AM) Tropical depression “Maring” is expected to continue bringing rains Metro Manila and nearby provinces as it makes it way through Central Luzon. According to the 5:00 PM weather forecast of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), “Maring” now carries

National Teachers Month 2017

National Teachers Month theme 2017 – “Gurong Pilipino: Kaakbay sa Progreso”

The Philippines began its annual celebration of the National Teachers Month (NTM) last September 5. It will run until October 5, which has been declared by the United Nations as World Teachers Day. This month-long celebration was started in 2011 as mandated by then-President Benigno Aquino III’s Proclamation 242.

winning the pest battle inside your home

Winning the pest battle inside your home

Common household pests are a nuisance. In order to fight them, you can either do some do-it-yourself pest control methods or you can call professionals. It all depends on the pests that have infested your home and the extent of their damage. Before you go and

september 8 2017 no classes pampanga

#WalangPasok – Class suspension in Pampanga for September 8 2017

The province of Pampanga will celebrate the 61st anniversary of the canonical coronation of Virgen De los Remedios, the patroness of Pampanga, this September 8. Acting Governor Dennis G. Pineda has ordered the suspension of work in all government offices as well as classes in

september 11 2017 bulacan holiday

September 11 2017 NOT declared a holiday in Bulacan

(UPDATED, SEPTEMBER 5) The province of Bulacan will celebrate its annual Araw ng mga Barangay this September 11. Contrary to what was first reported in The Filipino Scribe last August 31, this will NOT be a special non-working holiday anywhere in the province. Although section 27 of Bulacan’s 2007 New Provincial

class suspensions august 26 2017

#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for August 26 2017

(UPDATED, 1:00 AM) Tropical storm “Jolina” (international name “Pakhar”) is expected to have landfall in the vicinity of Isabela and Aurora this Friday night, which means much of Luzon will be experiencing moderate to heavy monsoon rains beginning tonight and tomorrow. As a result, classes

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FRESH GRADUATES – How to make it to the real world?

The transition from being an ordinary university student to a full-time working adult can seem frightening, and that’s the reality. You’ll have to close a chapter in your life and start another. That’s how it will go as soon as you throw your graduation cap

august 22 2017 class suspensions

#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for August 22 2017

(UPDATED, 7:15 AM) Tropical storm Isang (international name ‘Hato’) continues to batter extreme northern Luzon, particularly Batanes and Babuyan Group of Islands, late Monday night. In its 11:00 PM severe weather bulletin, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration or PAGASA reported that the

august 31 2017 holiday zambales

August 31 2017 declared holiday in Zambales – Magsaysay Day

The country will be commemorating the 110th birth anniversary of the late former President Ramon Magsaysay this August 31, 2017. The day, which this year falls on Thursday, is a special non-working holiday in his home province of Zambales. This is mandated in Republic Act