Schools in Nepal during COVID-19
Schools in Nepal are facing many of the same challenges facing American schools during this pandemic and have had to adapt as a result. In 2020, schools were closed between June and September, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
During this break, Grace School took advantage of the absence of students to do some renovations on the building, including a new roof, new floor, and some painting.
Since reopening in October, all schools have put preventative measures in place against COVID-19. Classes are held outside as much as possible, social distancing is practiced, and students and teachers wear masks during school. At Grace School, a student must hand sanitize and be temperature checked in order to enter the grounds for the school day.
Above: students arrive to Grace School