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posted July 14, 2010 05:26PM
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The Department of Education is assigned for the programs about Good Education in the Country; Department of Education continues to help the schools to meet the deficiencies and also the things that they need. Department of education is a Government Department that obviously dedicated to their tasks.

Department of education is assigned to suspend classes for some various reasons and needed situations

 

Last Day when the Typhoon Basyang was going into the country, DepEd already reminded the Classes Suspension Policy as the time goes by different DepEd in Luzon declared a suspension to their respective areas.

 

Policy on Suspension of Classes Due to Typhoons

Automatic Suspension of Classes

Classes are automatically suspended, without need for any announcement from the school or the Department of Education, in the following situations:

When Typhoon Signal #1 is raised by PAG-ASA: Only classes in Pre-school (Nursery and Prep) are suspended.

When Typhoon Signal #2, 3, or 4 is raised by PAG-ASA: Classes in the Pre-school, Grade School and High School are suspended.

Suspension of Classes in Special Cases

As a matter of policy, the Department of Education’s Regional Director announces the suspension, cancellation and/or postponement of classes in a particular region.

The Mayor, as Head of the Unit Local Disaster Coordinating Council, may cancel classes in his area of responsibility in extreme cases such as floods, high tide, etc. in particular areas.

The School Director, in the absence of an announcement from local government officials, may suspend classes if the conditions in the school and the areas immediately surrounding it will endanger the lives and safety of the students, teachers, and other school personnel.  Generally, the School Director will not call off classes due to inclement weather unless the Mayor makes the announcement.

Source: Policy on Suspension of Classes Due to Typhoons -- http://w3.xs.edu.ph/?p=6584


Department of Education doesn’t fail us to give what we need, they only wants the best for you! Study more and it would be your key to success!

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posted July 23, 2010 07:26AM
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wow, thanks for the information..
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posted July 23, 2010 10:52AM
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welcome... alam ko kasi na talagang kelangan malamn ng public yung mga ganyan kaimportanteng bagay eh,...  hehe... thanks din sayo...

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posted October 9, 2010 11:06AM
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thanks for sharing this information
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posted October 9, 2010 11:09AM
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thanks for sharing po pero sana mas maaga ang announcement

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posted October 9, 2010 11:09AM
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Thanks for sharing this information
sana pati ched meron ganito. :|
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posted October 9, 2010 11:10AM
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thanks sa pagpost, sana naman pag manawagan mga kinauukulan in special cases, sana naman agahan, hindi yung nakapasok na sa skul saka lang ianunsyo
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