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Sabah Teachers Build 80 Tables For Their Students So SOPs Can Be Followed

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Source: Twitter - Suryadi

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No matter how difficult life may be, teachers will always strive to give the best that they can to their students in hopes that one day, the kids will become successful individuals. These teachers will always put their students first. Come what may, the teachers will figure out a way.

With schools opening next week, teachers need to figure out a way for lessons to happen as usual while still adhering to SOPs set by the authorities. Because there is a need for social distancing, some classes simply don’t have enough tables to accommodate the number of students.

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Cikgu Suryadi shared on his Twitter account that he, his colleague, and a few school maintenance workers had to build 80 tables for the primary students of their school because prior to Covid-19, the students were using long tables in the classroom. However, the long tables are not suitable for social distancing.

Read his tweets here:

Teachers doing everything in school is nothing new. Some teachers do gardening, decorating and even admin work. This is why we need to appreciate our teachers more. They put their hearts and souls into the job and they deserve to be hailed as heroes. Salute to all teachers out there!

 

Also read: Meet The M’sian Teacher Who Set A Guinness World Record For Teaching 88 Hours Non-Stop

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