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In Response to CECC's Partial Relaxation, Tainan City Launched Education Related Supporting Measures

The Executive Yuan announced that the nationwide Level 3 epidemic alert will be extended on July 13, while some restrictions will be partially relaxed. In response to this announcement, Tainan City Government launched related supporting measures regarding campus access and reclaiming personal belongings from schools and service-learning for students. 

In terms of campus access, schools at all levels, kindergartens, after-school childcare centers and cram schools will maintain the current practice, while school playgrounds will be conditionally opened even though other indoor/outdoor spaces will still be closed as the nationwide Level 3 epidemic alert continues. Following disease prevention and control measures will be applied when opening school playgrounds.

  1. Schools shall announce open hours according to each school’s local characteristic and demand. Open hours can be different between weekday (Before 7:00 AM and After 4:00 PM) and weekend & holiday (8:00AM to 5:00PM).   
  2. Schools shall mark the pathway or route to the playground, in order to avoid citizens entering prohibited areas.
  3. Schools shall designate a restroom near the playground and strengthen sanitation and disinfection for this space.
  4. Citizens shall keep social distancing (at least 1.5 meters).
  5. Citizens shall undertake contact-information-based measures (Scanning QR code) and wear a face mask all the times.

In terms of activities during students’ summer vacation, supporting measures are listed as below.

  1. Schools will plan in advance and inform graduates and students to alternatively return to schools for reclaiming their personal belongings. Since July 13, students can take turns (according to grade, class and open hours) to return to schools and reclaim their personal belongings (only one-time) and apply for expense reimbursement.
  2. Subsidiary courses, summer camps and learning assistances during summer vacation will all be conducted on-line instead.
  3. Service-learning will be terminated. The threshold of excess competition for the Comprehensive Assessment Program for Junior High School Students will be reduced, which means the grading standard for full marks in sub-item “Service-learning” (under “Multifaceted learning achievement” item) will be reduce from 50 total service hours to 30 total service hours.


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