As the school re-opens after almost two months of hiatus due to COVID 19 pandemic, safety precaution is a must. Though for the first two weeks, only year 6 students are allowed to return yet the school is well-prepared in following the protocol mandated by the Ministry of Health and by the Ministry of Education.

62 out of 69 Year 6 students of Seri Mulia Sarjana International School were present yesterday, 3rd June for the reopening of classes. Students have to go through three stations before they are permitted to go inside the class. The shoes are disinfected at the first station, the hands are sanitized at the second station and   the temperatures are checked at the third station. Only after having gone through the three stations, that they are allowed to proceed to their respective classrooms.

Aside from above-mentioned safety measures the following procedures are also observed: wearing of mask at all times, hand sanitizing with a regular time interval and maintaining social distances among the students.

All these are done to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone.