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12 Tips for Transition Before School Starts

Friday 6th of March 2020 | News

Up to now, no confirmed or suspected cases have been reported among all the faculty and students at KLIS. We wish everyone stays healthy and safe.

Recently, dozens of provincial-level regions reported no new infection cases for consecutive days. This is inseparable from the hard work of every angel in white, every front-line staff, every hero in harm’s way, who are the loveliest people in this era!

As positive momentum has been continuously seen in containing the outbreak, normal order of work and life will see faster resumption. Although students are not able to return to school for the time being, students and parents can make use of the transitional period before the beginning of school to enrich themselves, adjust their attitude, work and rest regularly, exercise, and actively welcome the new semester and new life. Here are 12 tips.

At the current stage, continue to do a good job of personal protection to help prevent and control the epidemic. The spread of the epidemic situation has been initially curbed, but parents must not take it lightly. They must continue to do a good job in personal protection, and take such preventive measures as "less going out, no gathering, wearing masks, and washing hands frequently" to help with the prevention and control work.


1. At the current stage, actively cooperate with the investigation and report any abnormalities in a timely manner. Parents and students are requested to actively cooperate with community and school investigations and pay close attention to their physical conditions. If parents find themselves or their children unwell, such as fever, dry cough, sore throat, fatigue, etc., they should tell the community and school in time and seek medical treatment.


3. At the current stage, appropriately increase physical exercise and improve autoimmunity. For a long time at home, parents and students need to "move up" and ensure at least half an hour of indoor exercise time at home every day. 

4. At the current stage, pay attention to touching deeds and improve children's moral sentiment. Parents should continue to be active advocates of epidemic prevention and control knowledge, practitioners and disseminators of positive energy on the Internet. They should guide their children to distinguish the authenticity of the information, pay more attention to the moving stories of the epidemic-resistant people and the concerted efforts of the whole country, inject positive psychological energy into their children, and improve their children's moral qualities of gratitude, responsibility, and help.

5. At the current stage, participate in home study together and cultivate good study habits. The academic performance of students is largely related to their learning habits and time management ability. Parents should encourage and work with their children to carry out self-study, research, and inquiry activities during the extended school start period to help them develop good study habits, and improve self-study ability.

6. At the current stage, do a good job of demonstration and supervision, and pay attention to eye health. For a long time at home, children's eyesight is generally reduced when they go online or watch TV for a long time. Parents should play an exemplary role, avoid prolonged use of mobile phones or the Internet, and regularly urge children to complete home study tasks as planned, control the time they and their children spend online and watch TV, and pay attention to eye health.

7. At the current stage, make good use of "parent-child time" and maintain a positive and optimistic attitude. In this special and rare “parent-child time”, parents should rationally plan family activities, be a good parent-child companion, and guide children to participate in domestic chores and learn life skills together. 

8.One week before the start of school, adjust the pace of life. Parents and students should adjust the pace of family life and move closer to the rhythm of school life. In order to better adapt to campus life, parents can refer to school schedules to simulate school life scenarios and arrange children to get up, exercise, study, eat, relax and sleep one week before.

9.A week before school starts, make a list of back to school requirements and prepare the details. Parents and children should make a list required such as homework, school supplies, learning goals and problems, etc., together to prepare for back-to-school study.


10.After school starts, continue to do personal protection and pay attention to the environment and personal hygiene. Parents and students should continue to pay attention to personal protection on the way to and from school, try to avoid participating in group activities such as gatherings, strengthen diet and nutrition, and drink plenty of water. In the school, pay attention to the environment and personal hygiene, maintain good ventilation in the residence, wash hands frequently, and do not spit.

11.After school starts, follow relevant school regulations to eliminate excessive anxiety. As a place with intensive personnel and frequent exchanges, the school has been fully disinfected and sanitary before the start of the school, and has sufficient safety guarantees. Parents and students need not be too panic and nervous. 

12.After school starts, eliminate prejudice and treat the classmates around well. Parents and students are generally worried about whether there are students from key epidemic areas in the school or class, and whether there are students with fever. This kind of worry is understandable. However, parents and students are requested not to exclude or discriminate against students from key epidemic areas, and to care for the students around them in a proper way.


March has arrived, the temperature is rising and the clouds will finally lift. We hope that all students and parents will keep a good state of mind and healthy body while arranging their study time reasonably. Together, we look forward to the return to a peaceful life in the warm spring when the epidemic recedes.


Source-Zhijiang Education (ID:zjsjytwx)

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