DepEd announced there are no classes in the following area:
"Valenzuela: Classes will remain suspended in the following baranggays tom, July 31: Arkong Bato - Balangkas - Bisig - Coloong - Isla ..."
"Classes will remain suspended in Mabitac, Laguna tomorrow, July 31 due to flooding."
"Malabon: Classes still suspended today, July 31, in Panghulo HS, Dampalit ES main and Dampalit ES 1."
"Naic: After due assessment of the present weather condition, pls be advised that classes in all levels are still suspended Tues, July 31."
"Dagupan City: Classes will remain suspended today, July 31, in both private and public schools from Kinder to HS."
Rosario, Cavite: No classes tomorrow, July 31."
Additional "no classes" advisories sourced from GMA News and Umagang Kay Ganda:
"Obando, Bulacan Mayor Orencio Gabriel suspends classes of all levels tomorrow due to expected heavy downpour & high tide"
"Klase sa lahat ng antas, suspendido sa Baguio City"
Cavite City (preschool-highschool, public & private)
San Pablo, Laguna (preschool-highschool, public & private)
Magallanes City (preschool-highschool, public & private)
Imus, Cavite (Pre-School, Elementary, High School and College)
Tanza, Cavite (up to highschool, public & private)
Dagupan, Pangasinan (preschool-highschool, public & private)
The following elementary schools in Bacoor: Talaba ES, Aniban ES, Niog ES, Mambog ES, Panapaan ES, and Habay ES.
This suspension of classes advisory was last updated July 31, 2012. However, Bagyong Gener is expected to leave the country's area of responsibility on Thursday, August 2, 2012 so until that date, watch out for class suspension announcements.