KUCHING: Schools across Sarawak had apparently made preparations long before Monday’s (Jan 10) reopening, as revealed by one headmaster.
According to Sarawak Public Communications Unit (Ukas) in a statement on Monday, SK Tebelu in Sebuyau had made preparations as early as two weeks to welcome its pupils.
Headmaster Zamahri Piee said the pupils were greeted by teachers as early as 6.30am – all adhering to the Covid-19 prevention standard operating procedures (SOPs).
They were then escorted to have their body temperature checked before being allowed to enter the classroom.
Meanwhile, Jasni Amin, a parent, said he had started buying school uniforms and equipment as soon as the announcement of the reopening of schools was made.
During the event, the school’s Parent-Teacher Association also presented temperature scanners and hand soap to the school.