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Quezon City cancels face-to-face classes on April 2

MANILA, Philippines: The Quezon City government has directed all public elementary and high schools to shift to asynchronous/synchronous classes on Tuesday, April 2, due to the expected scorching temperatures.

From face-to-face classes, the public schools including those in the Alternative Learning System (ALS) were ordered to shift to blended learning.

The directive came following reports from QC iRise UP System that the temperature would likely rise to 41 degrees Celsius on April 2.

Administrators of private schools have the discretion to make their own decision but were encouraged to follow the announcement of the city government.