The National Parenting Support Commission, an agency of the Ministry of Education, Youth & Information continues to employ efforts to ensure parents remain our solid partner in education, especially as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

We recognise the importance of providing continued support and information to parents as they prepare for the new school year. We know the concerns are many and so clear and key information will assist parents in making pertinent decisions that will promote the best interest of their children.

To this end, the Ministry of Education, Youth & Information and the National Parenting Support Commission in partnership with the National Parent Teachers Association of Jamaica (NPTAJ) will be hosting a series of high priority information sessions, as a precursor to back-to-school September 2020.

The sessions will highlight and explain fully the schooling modalities/blended approaches that have been approved as the options for schools. This includes:

1. Rotational Approach

2. Extended Day Approach

3. Whole Day Approach

4. Home Schooling

5. Online Learning

The MoEYI/NPSC and the NPTAJ urge all parents to attend the sessions via zoom platform on the dates as follow:

REGION                   DATE                                           TIME                  PLATFORM

REGION 1                Saturday, July 25, 2020                6:30 pm            ZOOM

REGION 2                Tuesday, July 28, 2020                 6:30 pm            ZOOM

REGION 3                Tuesday, August 4, 2020              6:30 pm           ZOOM

REGION 4                Saturday August 8, 2020              6:30 pm           ZOOM

REGION 5                Tuesday August 11, 2020             6:30 pm           ZOOM

REGION 6                Saturday, August 15, 2020           6:30 pm           ZOOM

REGION 7                 Saturday, August 15, 2020          6:30 pm           ZOOM

 

The link for the meetings will be sent by the respective Regional Directors and the NPTAJ Secretariat.

For additional information or queries, please contact Mrs. Sonia Orregio via email at [email protected] or by telephone at 876 967-7977.