Agora Lledó International School reopens its doors and resumes face-to-face educational activity
After more than two months teaching the different stages online due to the Covid-19 crisis, and with the arrival of the Valencian Community to Phase II of the de-escalation, Agora Lledó International School has reopened its classrooms Today, Monday, June 1, for the return of their students. The school thus becomes one of the first schools in the Community to attend in person to its students.
The students who voluntarily join the classes are those of the 2nd year of Baccalaureate, with face-to-face classes in small groups to establish content and prepare the EBAU university entrance exams. This attention includes individual tutorials and delivery or receipt of materials, following a rigorous protocol in accordance with the health and educational regulations of the Government. This protocol includes aspects such as the signaling and delimitation of transit areas, the management of entrances and exits, the mandatory use of masks, the taking of temperature or the sanitation of footwear.
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