|Listen to Live Jamaican Radio, Listen to Power 106 FM 24x7. Click Here to Listen Free | (Advertisement)|
Ministry urges parents to register children for new school year
2013-05-25 07:18:59 | (0 Comments)
The Ministry of Education is advising parents and guardians to ensure that their children are registered in time for the start of the new school year in September.
McLean, says children entering early childhood and primary level institutions for the first time should be registered in May or June each year. - File
Chief Education Officer, Grace McLean, says children entering early childhood and primary level institutions for the first time should be registered in May or June each year.
She says those entering secondary schools should register after the publication of their examination results.
McLean is also stressing that the registration process should be completed by July.
The Chief Education Officer is also reminding parents that every child, age three to 18 years, must be attending a school registered with the Ministry of Education.
McLean is advising parents to provide important information about their children to the school, including any illnesses.
She is also encouraging parents to read the school's handbook so that they are familiar with the institutionís programmes and policies.
FOR MORE STORIES WATCH:
Like our new Facebook page
Follow us on Twitter
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
The opinions on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of The Gleaner. The Gleaner reserves the right not to publish comments that may be deemed libelous, derogatory or indecent. To respond to The Gleaner please use the feedback form.
Go- Jamaica: Home | Business Directory | Jobsmart | Chat | Gallery | Videos | Events