Muscat Parents Council reviews its work for the current period

Muscat: The Muscat Parents Council held a meeting at Al Zahra Basic Education School in Muscat wilayat. It aims to discuss the Council’s work for the current period; the meeting was chaired by His Excellency Ali bin Saeed Al Saeedi, Muscat wally.

The meeting discussed the support issue for schools in order to maintain, restore and take care of their facilities. In addition to wilayat’s schools events and programs, and determine the needs of schools for interactive television devices. As well as assigning the educational committee to prepare the inventory form.

The plan of the Council’s Educational Committee was also reviewed, Discussion of the situation of schools in terms of grades and student preparation. In addition to the honouring plan for excellent students, teachers and distinguished students.

It is worth noting that the Parents Council is interested in strengthening connections between the parents’ councils in Muscat schools, search topics that are relevant to students, and discuss the best solutions and practices that support the optimal flow of the educational process for students.

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