Metro Manıla - Some local government units across the country announced the process of suspending classes between heavy rains and probably a super typhoon expectation. According to the Philippine atmospheric geophysical astronomical Services Administration , Mawar can enter the Filipino's air monitoring area on Friday evening or Saturday morning. Read Super Typhoon 'Mawar' is a little concentrated when moving to the west Visayas Carcar City in Cebu has currently suspended 25 to 26 May classes due to the possible entry of Mawar, a super typhoon, which is still a super typhoon outside the Philippine Responsibility . Talisay City Government Cebu suspended face -to -face lessons in public schools on Friday, May 26th. Talisay Mayor Samsam Gullas said that distance education will be applied and the Ministry of Education will distribute modules where students can work at home. According to Mayor Valdemar Chiong, Cebu Naga City also suspended courses at all primary and high school levels based on vice of the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council on May 26th. "Please inform all school heads for their possible use as temporary evacuation centers," Chiong, with the order of Cebu Schools Department. "Said. In addition, there will be no course at all levels in both public and private schools in Minglanilla between 26-27 May. Mayor Rajiv Enad said that this is a part of the town's efforts to reduce risk in Mawar threat. Mayor Mytha Canoy, San Fernando Municipality in Cebu on May 25 and May 26 in the afternoon classes "unwanted events and roads or floods to avoid accidents" "to avoid accidents or floods" suspended. Argao and Consolacion municipalities in Cebu suspended lessons at all levels on May 26th. Mindanao Kidapawan City in Cotabato suspended lessons on Thursday, May 25 on vice of CDRRMC. In his social media article, Mayor Pao Evangelista stated that “the possibility of mid -heavy rain” and advised the residents to be vigilant for potential floods and landslides. Valencia City, a few Barangay in Bukidnon, has suspended Thursday classes at all levels due to continuous rainfall since Wednesday night. Since the beginning of this week, heavy torrential rainy water on the state caused raid. Class suspended Barangaylar Sinayawan, Dagat-Kidavao, Laligan, Sinabuagan, Lurgan, Mabuhay, Kahonan, Laligan, Conceptcion, Tongan-Tongan, Batambalon and Bagontaas. Cuadra, the officer responsible for Pagasa in Malaybalay, announced that the rain is expected to continue due to the transition period of the southwest monsoon known as "Habagat". Luzon Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro announced that the classes at all levels in public and private schools will be suspended on 26 and 27 May. Teodoro added that the national service training programs and other school activities in Marikina, which was planned on May 28, have been suspended in a similar way. San Mariano and Echague municipalities in Isabela suspended lessons at all levels on May 26 on vice of Macabebe, Pambanga; and Roxas, Palawan, Municipal disaster risk reduction management councils . Bukidnon -based reporter Melchor Velez contributed to this report.