DepEd Order No. 28 series of 2005: GUIDELINES ON THE SUSPENSION OF CLASSES WHEN TYPHOONS AND OTHER CALAMITIES OCCUR
- Storm warning signal number 1: Classes in pre-school level in all public and private schools will be automatically suspended.
- Storm warning signal number 2: Classes in pre-school, elementary and high school in all public and private schools will be automatically suspended.
- Storm warning signal number 3: Classes in all levels are automatically suspended.
- Storm warning signal number 4: All travel and outdoor activities are cancelled.
- In the absence of typhoon signal warnings from PAGASA, localized suspension of classes in both public and private schools at the pre-school, elementary and secondary levels can be decided by the local authorities, including the DEPED regional director, DEPED division superintendent, school principal or local government officials concerned;
- The ultimate responsibility for determining whether or not their children should go to school is given to the PARENTS.
- The Chairman, NDCC or the NDCC Executive Officer or their duly designated representatives shall announce the suspension of classes based on DOST-PAGASA recommendation before 10:00 PM the previous day.
- In case there are no announcements made by the NDCC, city/municipal mayor and/or local chief executives within their AORs (area of responsibility), DepEd and CHED can make the appropriate announcements based on their respective mandates and guidelines.
- For the suspension of work in government offices, the Office of the President through the Executive Secretary shall make the announcement based on the Chairman, NDCC's recommendation.
DepEd Guidelines on the Suspension of Classes