As announced in a statement issued out by the Commissioner for Education, Shehu Mohammed, the state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, gave the approval to enable the students to write their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) slated for August 17, 2020.
Mohammed ordered all secondary school principals to make arrangements to receive SS3 boarding students on August 9 and day students on August 10 respectively.
“The guidelines include reduced hours of work/revision to 4 hours per shift, strict social distancing both in the classes, laboratories, libraries and hostels, consistency of temperature monitoring and handling any suspected case of COVID 19 case to the health authorities,” he said.
The Commissioner also urged all administrators of public and private schools in the state to use the one week period to make adequate preparation and put all COVID-19 guidelines in place. Shehu warned schools against resuming before August 10.