Bulgaria: More districts announce school attendance decisions

More districts in Bulgaria have announced their decisions about attending school when the new school year starts on February 7th.

Decisions of the Veliko Turnovo and Pazardzhik districts were announced earlier this week. The decisions of the Plovdiv and Kurdzhali districts can be found here.

In Sofia, students from the first to sixth, eighth, ninth and 12th gradesth The classes take part in face-to-face classes.

7th, 10th grade studentsth and 12th The classes are taught via distance learning.

The Sofia Regional Health Inspectorate will decide what to do with school attendance from February 13, based on data on the epidemic situation.

In Varna District, ninth, tenth and eleventh graders will be taught remotely from February 7-11.

Fifth and sixth grade students will be taught remotely from February 14-18.

In the Rousse district, classes for first through fourth graders and half of fifth through 12th graders will be in-person.

In the Burgas District, students in grades one through four attend face-to-face classes, and grades five through twelfthth Grades will be distance learning.

This applies from February 7th to 11th, a decision on what happens after that is to be made on the basis of the Covid-19 morbidity data.

In Stara Zagora District, students in grades 1 through 4 attend face-to-face classes, and grades 5 through 12th Grades are given in distance learning.

In Shoumen District, all schools begin the second trimester with face-to-face classes.

In the district of Pernik, students in grades one to four attend face-to-face classes, and those in grades five to twelfthth The grades are given alternately.

For a week from February 7th, 7th, 8th, 10thth and 12th Classes will attend classes in person, and the following week will be distance learning, while fifth, sixth, ninth, and eleventh graders attend classes in person.

In Sliven district, students in grades 1 through 4 attend face-to-face classes, and students in grades 5 through 12th Grades alternate weekly between face-to-face and distance learning.

From February 7th to 11th, students of the fifth, seventh, tenthth and 12th Classes attend face-to-face classes and from February 14th to 18th students of the sixth, eighth, ninth and 11thth The classes take part in face-to-face classes.

In Kyustendil district, from February 7 to 11, students of the first to fourth, fifth, seventh, 10thth and 12th The classes take part in face-to-face classes.

From February 14th to 18th students of the first to fourth, sixth, eighth, ninth and 11thth The classes take part in face-to-face classes.

(Photo: Ministry of Education)

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