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DO 27, s. 2015 – Promoting Family Earthquake Preparedness
To: Regional Directors Schools Division Superintendents Heads, Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools All Others Concerned
- all learners shall be required to accomplish the family earthquake preparedness homework (Enclosure No. 1 (Filipino) or Enclosure No. 3 (English) for K to Grade 2 and SPED; Enclosure No. 2 (Filipino) or Enclosure No. 4 (English) for Grade 3 to Grade 10 with their families and submit it to their respective class advisers;
- all class advisers shal discuss each of the questions with the students along with their family’s responses to the homework using the guidance notes (Enclosure No. 5) during the homeroom sessions;
- all class advisers shall tabulate and summarize the answers on the family earthquake preparedness assessment questions and submit it to the school administration; and
- all school heads shall present and discuss the results to the Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) and barangay officials for consideration in the school and community preparedness planning.
- The Guidelines support DepEd Order No. 55, s. 2007 ( Prioritizing the Mainstreaming of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in the School System and Implementation of Programs and Projects Relative Therefor ) and DepEd Order No. 21, s. 2015 ( Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Coordination and Information Management Protocol ), which seek to engage different education stakeholders, especially learners and their families on disaster prevention and preparedness.
- Upon completion of this activity, all school heads shall report via SMS through 0908 2630382 or 0915-5153138 following this format: School ID, Date of Completion, name of School Head, Position (ex: 101010, day, month, year, Ceille Peralta, Principal IV).
- Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.
(Sgd.) BR. ARMIN A. LUISTRO FSC Secretary
Encls.: As stated
References: DepEd Order Nos.: (21, s. 2015 and 55, s. 2007)
To be indicated in the Perpetual Index under the following subjects:
DepEd Earthquake Readiness Questionnaire
- July 9, 2015
- Daddy Jinoe
The DepEd Earthquake Readiness Questionnaire aims to promote family preparedness for earthquakes as outlined in the DepEd Order 27, series of 2015 through school activities. This is in connection with the National Disaster Conciousness Month observed annually every month of July.
As stated in the DepEd Official Website, “ DepEd stressed that disaster preparedness should be anchored in family readiness, not just in individual preparedness. The activities involve the following: (a) learners answering a series of questions highlighting family preparedness in the form of a homework to be done with their families; (b) all advisory teachers are expected to discuss the results and cull out the learnings appropriate for their respective communities; and (c) principals are required to discuss the summary of their findings with the parents-teachers associations and barangay officials for consideration in the school and community preparedness planning.”
Phivolcs has stressed the impending risk of a movement in the West Valley Fault line cutting across the Greater Manila Area, which could create a magnitude 7.2 quake if the entire stretch of the 100-kilometer fault moves.
DepEd Earthquake Readiness Questionnaire can be downloaded below. It is available in both English and Filipino versions. There are separate questions for K-2 and SPED students and for Grades 3-10.
The key in the DepEd Earthquake Readiness Questionnaire is the involvement of the whole family. It is not just an assignment or a homework for the students research and then submit. It is designed to be answered by the whole family so that they can assess their vulnerability should an earthquake occur.
Once the questionnaire is complete, the students will submit it to the school. The school will tabulate and summarize the answers. The results shall be discussed by the parents, teachers and barangay officials for consideration in the school and community preparedness planning.
On July 30, schools in the National Capital Region are expected to participate in the metro-wide earthquake drill led by the Metro Manila Development Authority.
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I can’t download the questionnaire. 🙁 Can you send it to me. [email protected]
may consolidation form ba ng family preparedness earthquake questionnaire?
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