Winter break In Punjab Schools Is Probably Extend Till January 8
December 27, 2023 / By Zunair Tahir / Pakistan News
In response to parent demands amid the bitter weather and fog, the Punjabi school education department is considering extending the winter break by one week.
A dense, poisonous fog, sometimes referred to as smog, has engulfed the city, making many people sick, particularly the elderly and school-age children.
Amidst the very low temperatures and heavy fog in the morning, the Department of Education is considering extending the winter break by one week.
Parents have demanded that the school break be extended by one week due to their concerns about the severe weather that is predicted to persist in January.
They point out that a number of private institutions have already been granted a vacation of more than a week, with classes starting again on January 8.
Parents are pleading for an extension of the holidays till January 7 in order to guarantee the safety and well-being of pupils during the cold weather, and this appeal also goes to Punjab government schools.
In a day or two, the Education Department will discuss with the government before making a final decision on whether to extend the vacations.
The possible postponement signifies a cooperative endeavor to give students’ well-being first priority within the difficult weather circumstances.
The Punjab government was forced by the dangerously high levels of pollution to declare early winter breaks for universities and schools. As a result, pupils would not be able to take advantage of the holiday until December 18.