Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Ondo state government warns heads of schools against charging full fees for completion of 2019/2020 session



As schools prepare to re-open on Monday, after a seven month break occasioned by the Covid 19 pandemic, stakeholders in the education sector in Ondo state have met to assess the level of preparedness of both public and private schools across the State.

The Commissioner for Education, Femi Agagu urged both teachers and the students to adhere strictly to covid 19 guidelines and protocols.

He allayed the fears of some parents on the payment of school fees, saying no school should demand payment of full school fees for the 2019/2020 session

The President of the state chapter of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools , Derrick Ijidakinro and the state Chairman, Academic Staff Union of Secondary schools ,Tajudeen Olatunji assured of the determination of school Authorities to ensure the safety of pupils and students of private and public schools across the state

The state secretary of the Parents-Teacher Association, Olobayo Toyin said parents are ready to let their wards return to school.

With the contribution of every stakeholder,the resumption is expected to be without major hitches.