According to the official information from the Ministry of Education and Training of Ho Chi Minh City, students of Western Australian International School System will officially return to the school in May 2020. The work of ensuring the safety of our students is at the top of the school’s planning measures, with all anti-epidemic measures implemented in accordance with the standards of the Ministry of Health.
This is the first time WASS students have returned to school since the Lunar New Year holiday and the COVID – 19 epidemic break. Previously, the school organized online classes for students of all campuses through Google Classroom, ensuring the knowledge for students while staying at home.
When returning to school in May, to ensure safety before entering the classroom, students will be required to take measures to prevent the epidemic (such as washing hands, disinfecting before entering the class) under the guidelines of teachers, staff and school nurses. During breaks, students will be advised not to gather in large numbers and to maintain social distancing.
(To ensure safety before entering the classroom, students and school staff will be required to measure body temperature under the supervision of school nurses)
Previously, WASS carried out the disinfection of all classrooms, function rooms, and learning tools. At the same time implementing the required measures to ensure a safe learning environment for our students. The teachers of WASS have also worked hard to prepare lessons to focus on important knowledge and content, ensuring a concise amount of learning for students required to take the end of Semester exams and graduate exams for high school students.
(The teachers of WASS have also worked hard to prepare lessons to focus on important knowledge and content)
Hopefully, with this careful preparation, the Western Australian International School System will allow parents to have peace of mind when the students return to school. WASS will continue to provide updates from the latest information provided by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education and Training to prepare for the most effective prevention.