Breaking News

BUKEDEA COMPREHENSIVE SECONDARY TO REOPEN IN STYLE

Martin Eweru, deputy head teacher of Bukedea Comprehensive Secondary School

BY DAVID WRITE

BUKEDEA: SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 2022

As the nation races towards resumption of the academic calendar, Bukedea Comprehensive Secondary School is readying to open in style.

Bukedea comprehensive school, amixed boarding secondary school whose pre-Covid-19 enrolment was over 500 learners.

Martin Eweru, the school’s deputy head teacher said that they have secured adequate facilities to ensure observation of all standard operating procedures.

“We have enough hand washing facilities, sanitizers, spacious dormitories and single seater arrangements at all classes and there is no need to worry,” Eweru assured parents and learners.

He added all staff both teaching and none-teaching have been vaccinated against the deadly covid-19 virus, all persons entering school will be subjected to a temperature check and students will be checked on a daily basis,  as a way to guarantee safety.

Eweru explained that those who will present any signs of the virus shall be handled by the school doctors and nurses, who will in-turn be in position to advise on the next step.

However the deputy head teacher expressed worry that during the long stay away from school, many children may have been exposed to bad habits such as alcoholism, narcotics and drug abuse and may cause headache while back in school.

He urged cooperation from the parents so that the children are jointly managed by them and the school administration.

LUGBARATI

About westniletoday

Check Also

STOP CHARGING FOR MANDATORY COVID19 TESTS, MINISTER MORIKU WARNS SCHOOLS

By Goodluck Musinguzi A few schools have defied orders of Ministries of Health and Education …

3 comments

  1. The day to day enforcement of the COVID-19 SOPS, are there standard measures put in place that Ministry of Education and Sports in collaboration with Office of the President through RDCs/RCCs are to follow and prepare period reports on adherence by all educational institutions? There is a need for a coherent M&E framework and system to be developed and rolled out across the country.
    I submit.

  2. One of the best schools in Eastern Uganda

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *