Asynchronous Class During Heavy Rain Yellow Warning

With the promise to provide a responsive and resilient education, Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac ensures timely and effective delivery of the teaching and learning process while caring for the safety and well-being of our learners.

In line with these safety concerns and safeguarding the learning progress of learners, DBTI-Tarlac will take advantage of the Online Asynchronous modality when the discretion to suspend classes is left to school administrators. This approach is particularly relevant when PAGASA issues a Heavy Rain Yellow Warning.

By shifting to an Online Asynchronous mode of learning delivery, which is not new to the stakeholders of DBTI-Tarlac, we are proactively preventing potential disruptions in the teaching and learning process without endangering the safety and well-being of our students, especially during periods of challenging weather conditions.

Access to learning materials will be made available through Quipper, our Learning Management System. This platform will ensure the engagement of learners with the curriculum at their own pace and on their own schedule. It will also guarantee monitoring of learning progress in relation to curriculum and competency coverage.

One valuable insight gained during the pandemic is the significance of compassionate education. Having said this, we are prepared to make accommodations regarding the submission of requirements and deadlines recognizing the possibility of a weak internet connection and power disruptions. While we seriously take learning progress to heart, we are likewise a caring and compassionate institution.

We express our gratitude for your unwavering trust and support in Don Bosco. Please be assured of our dedication and commitment to providing a holistic education for your children, even during challenging circumstances.