Before the new school year, which will start on September 11, a school orientation program, prepared for students who will start preschool, primary school 1st grade, secondary school and high school 9th grade students, started today.

Within the scope of the integration program, preschool, 1st grade primary school and 9th grade high school students came together with their schools, teachers and friends a week earlier than other grade students.
Students experienced the excitement of getting back to school after about 3 months of summer vacation.
The Ministry has prepared a school orientation guideline for preschoolers to support the adaptation process to be carried out with families and children. The guideline included an application schedule for the orientation week and 12 activity examples.
The application schedule and 9 examples of activities were included in the orientation guideline prepared for 1st graders.
Preparatory and 9th grade students who started education in secondary education institutions during the integration week and their parents will be informed about their schools before the start of the education period.
During the one-week period, it was aimed to provide students with skills that will contribute to their adaptation to the new school environment in a short time and to develop a sense of belonging to the school.
Activities were also planned for high school students and their parents.
Guidance practices for secondary schools on September 11 and September 15
Guidance practices, which will be attended by students that will start 5th grade and their families will be held on September 11 and September 15.
The presentation of the school orientation guideline for parents will be held on Monday, September 11. On the second day, the children and their families will be introduced to the internal and external environment of the school. In the remaining three days, activities will be held with children for guidance practices.

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