Correspondents of “Chronicles of Turkmenistan” report that in the run-up to “Farewell bell” parents of schoolchildren have received a document issued by the school administrations which sets forth the code of conduct for schoolchildren during a summer break.
Apart from observing hygiene requirements (washing hands, wearing masks in public places and refraining from attending large-scale events) parents are not recommended to allow their children to leave home after 10 p.m. and send them to stay with relatives in the countryside.
This document was handed out to students’ parents from Ashgabat schools no. 16, 27 and 32. The signed document needs to be returned to school administrations.
Children’s summer camps in Geokdere are scheduled to be re-opened this summer. However, because of the price hike for groceries the cost of a holiday package will be higher than in the previous years. The price for a holiday package is not known yet.
According to the news outlet Turkmen News, fishing has been permitted in Balkan velayat but swimming is still forbidden.
As the academic year is coming to a close, parents of schoolchildren have been threatened with fines if police officers spot their children swimming in the sea.
Let us recall that at the Cabinet session held on 16 April Minister of Healthcare Nurmukhammed Amannepesov briefed President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov that children will have summer holidays from 2 June to 26 August.
Residents of Ashgabat and velayats will go to health resorts in Avaza, children residing in Ashgabat and Akhal velayat will spend summer holidays in children’s camps in Geokdere and children from the provinces – in health and entertainment camps in velayats.
At the meeting held on 3 May the head of state called for carrying out mandatory COVID-19 vaccination campaign ahead of preparations to the summer season, issuing medical certificates and ensuring children improve their health during summer holidays.The post Parents of Ashgabat schoolchildren informed of the code of conduct during summer break first appeared on Chronicles of Turkmenistan.