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(PRESS RELEASE) — Education districts two and three combined their efforts in one location this year to help serve parents registering their children for kindergarten.
The partnership provided all essential components including placements, verification and the printing of documents, in order to avoid the hassle of having to visit multiple agencies.
The ministries of education and health also combined their efforts at the registration exercise at the CSA Centre to ensure that children who were being registered had received the required vaccinations and health checks ahead of the academic year 2020/2021.
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