Due to the pandemic storm last year, the Bangladesh government shut down all education institutes on March 17, 2020. After 18 months, our students returned to the campus in a festive mood in September. The school authorities greeted their students with a warm welcome.

JAAGO Foundation students from Reception to Kindergarten are still doing their classes online & through TelEd (Telephone Education) for their safety. The students of Class 1 to 4 are coming to the schools twice a week. Besides, the senior grade students from Class 5 to 10 regularly attend the schools at alternative times. Currently, around 2418 students from Class 1 to Class 10 are physically attending classes in our 11 branches on a scheduled basis. The rest of the students from Reception- KG is attending classes from home. We hope to see them on school campuses soon.

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