Malacañang announces new rules for class suspension during calamities; no longer the DepEd’s call

Interaksyon.com, citing Malacañang’s Executive Order 66 (EO 66), reports that it’s no longer the Department of Education’s call to suspend classes when there are calamities.

Interaksyon.com, citing Malacañang’s Executive Order 66 (EO 66), reiterates that it’s no longer the Department of Education’s call to suspend classes when there are calamities. Under EO 66, classes may be suspended automatically based on the following conditions:

 

Signal No. 1 - Classes at the pre-school level, in the affected area, shall be automatically cancelled or suspended.

Signal No. 2 - Classes at the pre-school, elementary and secondary levels, in the affected area, shall be automatically cancelled or suspended.

Signal No. 3 - Classes at pre-school, elementary, secondary and tertiary levels, in the affected area, including graduate school, as well as work in all government offices, shall be automatically cancelled or suspended.

 

For more on this story, log on to Interaksyon.com. You may also go through Executive Order 66 itself.

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