Low temperatures are expected, schools are closed for 3 days
Due to lower temperatures, schools across the country will be closed for 3 days, from Monday to Wednesday.
The news was announced by the Minister of Education, Evis Kushi, who in a Facebook post says that the decision was made because “in the following days, extremely low temperatures are expected, which are extraordinary temperatures for a country like ours. In some areas they will even reach -17 degrees Celsius.
Kushi writes that the lost hours will be replaced in the future after a second announcement in cooperation with the local education offices.
"Dear students, teachers and parents!
I want to inform you that today at MAS we have made an important decision related to the teaching process of our schools at the beginning of next week.
According to meteorological forecasts, in the coming days very high temperatures are expected low temperatures, which are extreme temperatures for a country like ours, and in some areas will even reach -17 degrees Celsius
, which is why our absolute priority at all times is the health and well-being of our children. , we have decided that the schools will be closed next week, from Monday to Wednesday, and the lost hours will be replaced in the following after a second announcement in cooperation with the local education offices.
Of course if the predictions do not turn out to be accurate, and the temperatures will be more acceptable, we will review this decision and will be in constant communication with you, because for us the learning process is of paramount importance.
Please take action for you and your children, so that we can overcome these difficult winter days as easily as possible.
Thank you very much for your understanding! "Wrote Minister Kushi.