The HCMC Department of Education and Training has proposed that preschoolers return to school in February 2022 based on parents’ agreement.
The expected end of the new school year for pre-schoolers is July 29, according to the plan by the department.
The preschools are required to disinfect their premises and ensure standard facilities before welcoming their wards.
They are also obliged to talk with parents to learn the children’s health situation and prepare them for their return to classes.
Since the beginning of the 2021 school year, preschoolers in HCMC have not learned offline or participated in any learning activities because of Covid. Their school reopening plan was not considered in the city’s general schedule released in August 2021 due to the complicated developments of the pandemic at that time.
HCMC has more than 1,360 preschools, including 472 in the public sector. The city has more than 1,800 private kindergartens and classes. The total number of preschoolers is more than 355,000.
In the fourth wave of Covid in Vietnam, the preschool system has been closed for nearly eight months, throwing it into great financial difficulties. Many teachers have had to earn a living with other jobs, and many private preschools have closed.
On Friday, HCMC approved for students of grades 7, 8, 10 and 11 to join 9th and 12th graders to return to school from January 4. Preschool and primary school students have not been added to the list.
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