Akwa-Ibom State Schools Resumption Date for 2022/2023 Academic year

Akwa-Ibom State Schools Resumption Date for 2022/2023 Academic year. Akwa Ibom state Government has announced the date for resumption for all private/public primary and secondary schools in the state. Owners of private schools, as well as government-owned schools, are hereby directed to abide by the resumption date as announced by the state governments to begin academic activities for the session. See details of the resumption and date below. Pounds to Naira

The Akwa Ibom State Ministry of Education wishes to inform the general Public and all education stakeholders that the academic activities for the 2022 /2023 academic year will commence on the 12th of September, 2022. This is in line with the Unified academic calendar in the State which is aimed at ensuring that Private and Public Primary and Secondary Schools across the State are in synergy.

 Akwa-Ibom State Schools Resumption Date

On this note, Parents and Guardians are advised to make sure their children and wards return to school, while providing them with the required educational materials to make learning feasible as academic activities will begin in earnest. Jamb Result

Heads of Schools are expected to resume at least 3 working days to resumption date, for a Pre-resumption meeting with their staff to further prepare for the success of the session, as directed by the State Government.

Please note that as the new academic year begins, Government will not condone lateness on the part of Teachers or Students. Loitering in the Streets and around school premises will not be tolerated. Dollar to Naira Rate

The Ministry of Education and the Education Management Committee on behalf of Akwa Ibom State Government wishes all pupils, students and teachers a successful academic session. Npower Recruitment


Mrs. Idongesit Etiebet

Honorable Commissioner

Ministry of Education

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