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The Royal Commission in Jubail Welcomes More than 19,000 Students
 
The Education Services Department of the Royal Commission in Jubail , welcomed more than 19,000 students for the academic year 1438/1439 H. at the Royal Commission’s schools and kindergartens. A set plan to welcome and direct students to their respective classrooms was implemented where the books were distributed to confirm the beginning of the educational process from the first class.
 
The program also  involved urging students and parents to attend the school from the first day. The introductory counseling  program for the intermediate and secondary schools first grade students and the preparatory week program for elementary schools first grade students were also  initiated where schools’ administrations set up programs that aim to attract students to the school and make them enjoy their time with pleasure and joy  through offering gifts, free breakfasts and various sport activities.
 
On the other hand, the Royal Commission in Jubail kindergarten program completed the enrollment procedures for children in kindergartens and all  arrangements for the  introductory week for the beginning of the academic year.
 
During the last week, newly   hired  teachers were also received at the Royal Commission's schools. They joined a two-week training program entitled ( Kefayat) to prepare them  for the working life and to ensure the    application of performance quality standards in in the Royal Commission for Jubail schools , in addition to  providing (60) training programs for teachers .

This year, Jubail Industrial City witnessed the opening of Al Waha Elementary School for Boys at Jalmudah District, Umm Al Shuhada elementary School for Girls at Al-Mutrafiya District and Al Khuzama kindergarten at Al-Mutrafiya District.