- Deped and SLCC do not issue cancellation or suspension of classes. Listen to the
announcements from mass media (Television, radio and the like). No need to call the
school for any inquiries.
- When typhoon signal is raised by PAG-ASA, please be guided with the following:
Signal No. 1 – No classes in both public and private Pre-school and Kindergarten
Signal No. 2 – No classes in public and private Pre- Elementary, Elementary and High School
Signal No. 3 – Classes in all levels and work in offices are suspended
- In the absence of typhoon signal warnings, the Local Government Units are mandated to announce the suspension or cancellation of classes in coordination with PAG-ASA & NDRRMC.
- In case of dissenting announcements from the Provincial Government and the Local Government, the announcement of the Local Government shall prevail.
- Any decision to cancel or suspend classes must come from Local Government Units
- Parents have the ultimate responsibility for determining whether their children should go to school, even if no order for cancellation/suspension of classes has been issued, if they feel that traveling to or from school will place their children at risks.
- Cancellation or suspension of classes does not necessarily mean that there is no work for employees.
- Even without the cancellation or suspension of classes, students who are unable to report to class or participate in scheduled activities such as exams due to inclement weather shall be given consideration and be allowed to make up for the missed class or activity.
- SLCC will not make announcement except for 2 cases:
a) The school President deems that coming to school is not safe despite of no announcement of cancellation of classes from the relevant government office.
b) The City of Mandaue announces that the decision of cancellation is on the discretion of each school.