Two private schools within the city affiliated to the Central Board of education reopened on Monday for college kids of board classes after seven months.
It was mandatory for college kids visiting the faculties to urge written consent from their parents .
DAV Public School, BRS Nagar, reopened for college kids of sophistication 12 with stringent precautionary measures in situ .
All students had to undergo thermal screening, oximeters were wont to check oxygen saturation levels and regular hand sanitisation was ensured. Circles were marked at the doorway gate and in corridors in order that social distancing is maintained.
Tripods and wi-fi facility has been provided to all or any teachers in order that they will also conduct online classes simultaneously. Twelve students were accommodated in every room and social distancing norms were followed.
A Class 12 humanities student, Jasleen Kaur, said, “I am very excited about attending school after seven months. this is often my last year in class and that i want to enjoy every moment. I missed my classroom, library and discussions with teachers and friends.”
School principal, JK Sidhu, said, “Parents of over 31 Class-12 students have given consent for them to go to school from Monday to Wednesday for doubt clearance while students of sophistication 10 are going to be allowed to go to from Thursday to Saturday. we’ve prepared a video today to showcase our preparations to make sure all safety norms are followed. We are hopeful that more parents will send their wards to high school within the coming days.”
BCM Arya Model Senior lyceum , Shastri Nagar, also reopened on Monday in two shifts for college kids of Classes 10 and 12 . Over 150 students visited school for doubt clearance with their parents’ consent.
For the morning shift, students of sophistication 10 reported at 8.30 am; while Class 12 students reported at 11 am for subsequent shift.
Staff was deployed at the school’s entrance to see temperatures of scholars , hand sanitisation was ensured and students were asked to follow social-distancing norms.
A Class 12 student, Nidhi Sharma, said, “I am glad that i used to be ready to visit school and obtain help from my subject teachers. Since I even have my board exams, i used to be worried as i want assistance from my teachers. Classroom teaching is more impactful and this is often an important time for college kids with only three months left for final exams.”
School principal, Paramjit Kaur said, “We have received an honest response from the oldsters and have made arrangements to accommodate over 150 students. More parents have given their consent and therefore the students are going to be alloted separate rooms to make sure social distancing norms are followed.”