Ogun Fixes New Resumption Date For Schools


Ogun State Government has announced a change of date for resumption of schools in the state.

It was earlier announced that schools in the state will resume January 04 but in a recent press statement, the government announced that schools will now resume January 10.

The press statement was signed by the State commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Abayomi Arigbabu.

Before resumption, Arigbabu said learners and parents are required to sign an undertaking to abide by laid down regulations.

It read, “The Ogun State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology wishes to announce to the general public that the resumption date for the 2nd term 2021/2022 academic session for all primary and secondary schools as well as government science and technical colleges in the state has changed to Monday, 10th January, 2022.

“The change is necessitated by the series of pre-resumption activities lined up by the ministry to further reposition our schools.

“As part of resumption guidelines, each parent/guardian and learner are expected, between Tuesday 4th and Monday 10th January 2022, to sign an undertaking of willingness to abide by laid down regulations and support the school in ensuring and enforcing discipline.

“Parents, guardians, and all school administrators are therefore enjoined to note the new resumption date while awaiting details of other pre-resumption activities.

“We wish all our learners compliments of the season and a peaceful term.”

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