Plateau SUBEB Directs All Public Primary Schools in the State to Resume Fully on Monday 1st February, 2021

Management of the Plateau State Universal Basic Education Board has announced that the full resumption of all public primary schools in the State is on the 1-2-2021.

This is in line with the State Government’s directives for the resumption of school activities in the State.

The statement signed by the Executive Chairman Of the Board, Professor Matthew Nshim Sule, directed all the seventeen local government acting Education Secretaries in conjunction with the Local Governments NUT and NASU Chairmen as well as Head- Teachers to mobilise communities to ensure that Parents sent their Wards to school unfailingly on Monday.

The statement adds that all Head-teachers are to ensure that third term academic work is completed and all outstanding examinations are conducted while the results are forwarded to the Board. This relates to only grades One to five, as grade six Pupils have already Passed Out.

Professor Sule also directed Head- teachers to open Staff registers in their respective schools and to ensure every teacher Reports promptly to school and remains till closing time.

According to the statement, Head- teachers are to ensure that COVID 19 protocols are put in place and strictly observed in their respective schools: like hand washing practice, wearing of Face mask and the use of hand Sanitizer as well as temperature checking.

Professor Sule stressed that Management of the Board will embark on monitoring exercise as from Monday the 1-2-2021 to ensure effective compliance.

count | 150

Plateau SUBEB Directs All Public Primary Schools in the State to Resume Fully on Monday 1st February, 2021

| News | 0 Comments
About The Author
- Cmr. Friday Bako is an Accounting Graduate, Blogger, Social Media Influencer, Youth Activist and Advocate for good governance.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.