#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for 26 September 2022 due to typhoon Karding

#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for 26 September 2022 due to typhoon Karding

(UPDATED, 9:00 PM of 25 SEPTEMBER 2022)

President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. has announced the suspension of classes in all levels as well as work in government offices across Luzon – covering regions I, II, III, IV, V, and Metro Manila – as recommended by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

In its weather bulletin released 11:00 PM of September 24, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) reported that typhoon “Karding” (international name: Noru) was last spotted 430 kilometers east of Baler, Aurora (15.3°N, 125.6°E).

“Karding” has maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h near the center, gustiness of up to 160 km/h, and central pressure of 975 hPa. It is moving northwestward at 15 kilometers per hour, with tropical cyclone winds of up to 270 kilometers from the center. It will remain in the Philippine area of responsibility by Tuesday.

PAGASA likewise announced that public storm warning signals are now in effect over parts of Luzon, particularly Region II, III, IV-A, and Metro Manila. See the complete list later in this post.

With “Karding” expected to have an onslaught over the next two days, local government executives in certain areas have already announced the suspension of classes for Monday, 26 September 2022. The Filipino Scribe will be updating this post when new information becomes available.

ALL LEVELS:
Aurora
Bataan
Bulacan
Laguna
Nueva Ecija
Pampanga
Pangasinan
Quezon
Rizal
Tarlac
Zambales

Caloocan City
Las Piñas City
Malabon
Mandaluyong
Manila (including work in government offices)
Marikina
Muntinlupa City
Navotas
Parañaque
Pasig City
Pateros
Quezon City
San Juan City (including work in government offices)
Taguig
Valenzuela City

Olongapo City
Tarlac City
Pats of Bulacan
Parts of Cavite, including Tagaytay CIty

Ateneo de Manila University

It is worth pointing out that the rules for automatic class suspensions are in effect in accordance with Department of Education (DepEd) Order #14 series of 2021. DepEd clarified that the guidelines apply regardless of the learning delivery modality.

Local government units (LGUs) can also suspend classes in their respective areas as they deem appropriate. It is likely that governors and mayors will wait for the 5:00 AM weather bulletin before deciding on class suspensions. It must be reiterated that LGUs must still suspend classes as soon as possible especially since inclement weather makes Internet connectivity unstable and that it also causes power interruptions.

(Public storm warnings as of 2:00 PM of September 25, 2022)

Signal #5:
Polillo Islands
Northern portion of Quezon
Southern portion of Aurora
Eastern portion of Bulacan
Southeastern portion of Nueva Ecija

Signal #4:
Calaguas Islands
Southern portion of Aurora
Northern portion of Quezon
Northern portion of Metro Manila (Marikina, Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, and Quezon City)
Central and southern portion of Nueva Ecija
Rest of Bulacan
Pampanga
Northern and central portions of Rizal
Southeastern portion of Tarlac
Northern portion of Laguna

Signal #3:
Central portion of Aurora
Southeastern portion of Nueva Vizcaya
Rest of Nueva Ecija
Rest of Tarlac
Zambales
Bataan
Pangasinan
Rest of Metro Manila
Rest of Rizal
Northern and central portions of Laguna
Northern and central portions of Cavite
Rest of the northern portion of Quezon
Northern portion of Camarines Norte

Signal #2:
Southern portion of Isabela
Quirino
Rest of Nueva Vizcaya
Benguet
La Union
Rest of Aurora
Rest of Cavite
Batangas
Rest of Laguna
Central portions of Quezon
Rest of Camarines Norte
Northern portion of Camarines Sur
Catanduanes

Signal #1:
Southern portion of Cagayan
Rest of Isabela
Southern portion of Apayao
Kalinga,
Abra
Mountain Province
Ifugao
Southern portion of Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
Rest of Quezon
Northern portion of Occidental Mindoro
Northern portion of Oriental Mindoro
Marinduque
Rest of Camarines Sur
Albay
Sorsogon
Burias Island and Ticao Island

 

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The Filipino Scribe (TFS) is managed by Mark Pere Madrona, a multi-awarded writer and licensed professional teacher from the Philippines. Mr. Madrona earned his master’s degree in history from the University of the Philippines-Diliman last 2020. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in journalism cum laude from the same university back in 2010. His area of interests includes Philippine journalism, history, and politics as well as social media. Know more about him here: https://www.filipinoscribe.com/about/.

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