Bulacan officials declare suspension of classes
Officials in the province of Bulacan have declared suspension of classes on Tuesday due to typhoon ‘Rosita.’
Provincial Board Member Alex Castro shared on his Facebook page the announcement of the San Jose Del Monte City government, declaring #WalangPasok from pre-school to senior high school in both public and private schools.
The provincial politiko re-posted on his social media account as well the similar declaration of Meycauayan City Mayor Henry Villarica.
Mayor Joni Villanueva of Bocaue reminded her constituents, too, that since Bulacan is under Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 2, classes from pre-school to senior high school in both public and private schools are automatically suspended for Oct. 30.
Meanwhile, Castro shared that Mayor Juanito Santiago of Marilao suspended classes in ALL LEVELS in both public and private schools in his municipality “as preemptive public safety measure.”
Mayor Geronimo Cristobal, Jr. of Norzagaray issued the same declaration as that of Santiago.
Bulacan and the rest of Central Luzon, except for the northern part of Aurora, are placed under TCW Signal No. 2 due to typhoon ‘Rosita.’
The storm has made landfall early Tuesday morning in Isabela province, packing winds of up to 150 kph and gusts of up 210 kph. It is expected to exit the landmass of northern Luzon in the afternoon.
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