General: Awareness of the importance of being prepared during natural calamities such as earthquake
>To develop proper ways of the Do’s and Don’t’s before, during and after an earthquake
>To promote and develop emergency preparedness
The bell rang at exactly 4:00 P.M. It signaled the start of the earthquake drill.
The teacher advisers prompted their pupils to prepare for preventive evacuation. When
the bell stopped ringing, everyone lined up properly. With their heads covered with
their bags/books/notebooks, teachers and pupils moved quickly towards their
As soon as everyone was accounted and assured safety, the advisers together with their pupils went back to their respective classrooms.
With full support and cooperation from the teachers and the pupils, the drill ended at 4:30 P.M.