Prevention - Security
The safety of your children attending Eurocampus is a major challenge for us. It involves all campus staff on a daily basis.
LFM UPDATE ON THE 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS
By order of the President, there will be no classes from Tuesday, March 10 to Tuesday April 14. Classes shall resume on 15 April 2020.
The Coronavirus outbreak affects us all and makes us place, more than ever, the safety and health of the LFM community at the heart of our concerns and actions. It is also our priority to ensure that our students are impacted as little as possible by this situation, by ensuring continuity of teaching.
We are closely following the development of the coronavirus epidemic and are in daily contact with the concerned government agencies and the French Embassy in the Philippines.
The entire LFM team remains committed to ensure that this period is experienced in the best possible way, until we can reopen the doors of our classrooms, in accordance with the measures decreed by the local authorities. We thank you for your cooperation and patience.
The LFM administration will continue to inform families on a regular basis on this issue as much as needed. You can also consult the following links to the official French and Filipino websites dedicated to Covid-19 :
In French :
1. PROCEDURE IN THE EVENT OF A TYPHOON (STORM WARNING)
In the event of a typhoon, parents are invited to keep informed of the situation by consulting the following link:
www.pagasa.dost.gov.ph (en anglais).
Before school hours :
On the day of the typhoon, information will be sent by email and Facebook and then posted on the website.
2. EARTHQUAKE PROCEDURE
In the event of an earthquake, parents are invited to keep informed of the situation by consulting the following link :
www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph (en anglais).
Before school hours :
If the earthquake occurs between the day before, school leaving at 17:00 and the opening of the school, the next day at 7:30 and if the level recorded in the city of Greater Manila is strictly higher than level 4 (from 5 "lower" to 7 on the Shindo scale), the school will be closed all day long for security reasons (aftershocks, building checks...)
3. PROCEDURE IN THE EVENT OF AN ALERT REQUIRING CONTAINMEN
In the event of an air toxicity alert declared by the authorities (industrial accidents, chemical accidents or air attacks, etc.), a containment measure will be put in place and students will be directed, under the supervision of the staff, to the rooms provided for this purpose. Parents will be notified by email and Facebook. They will be asked to pick up their child(ren) when the alert is lifted.