Kaduna state government reopens schools

The Kaduna state government has approved the reopening of all schools in the state.

The Kaduna state government said the resumption of phase two for all schools would begin on Monday, February 22, 2021.
The state commissioner responsible for education Dr. Shehu Mohammed pointed out in a statement on Friday that all SS2, SS1, JSS2 in public and private secondary schools, as well as elementary schools 4, 5, and 6 for public primary schools and elementary schools 3, 2, 1 and children’s classes for private. Primary schools, including schools in Islam, must be reopened.
According to him, the Kaduna state ministry of education has ordered all school principals and principals to approve student admissions on board on Monday, February 22, 2021, and on the class day above.
He said the state’s COVID-19 task force will continue to monitor all schools to ensure that safe learning environment are maintained and defended from the pandemic, in addition to continuing to implement the COVID-19 guidelines introduced by the state government.
“All public and private school administrators must continue to adhere to all protocols for COVID-19, as any violation could result in the closure of the school concerned.
“Schools will continue to work in shifts so that they can maintain existing guidelines and take personal responsibility for their health while continuing to adhere to the simple precautions that are in place.
“School administrators in public and private schools must continue to implement the blended learning system while the department guarantees the public to continue the e-learning program through Google classrooms, radio and television networks, and other online platforms,” he added.

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