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Health & Well-being Measures

Health & Safety Measures

The school has started preparations to welcome students back to campus. This includes compliance with the health and safety guidelines issued by the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Public Health.

Please be informed that while we will be back at school, the students’ experience will be altered. There will be some rules to the work space and material usage in the classroom, along with guidelines for social distancing and maintaining good health and hygiene.

Revised Schedule

The school campus is open to students from 7:30 a.m. – 15:30 p.m. Student arrival and departure times will be staggered to reduce congestion. Families with children attending different class levels are asked to arrive at the earliest drop off time and come pick up at the latest pick up time.


Arrival Time

Pick Up Time


7:30 a.m.

15:00 p.m.


7:30 a.m.

15:00 p.m.


8:00 a.m.

14:45 p.m.


8:20 a.m.

12:00 p.m. for Nappers, 14:45 p.m. for Non-nappers

General Procedures

2021 MABIS Health Declaration

Student Safeguarding


We encourage lots of discussions at home about COVID-19 and the measures that will be put in place at school. Upon return to school, our teachers will also discuss with students about COVID-19, symptoms, treatment and preventative measures. It is also important to help students understand that the infection can happen to anyone and to empathize with those who are affected.

Common Areas
Preparing your Child to Return to School

We are certain that students will be eager to return to school, meet their friends and teachers in person. It is equally important to help your child understand that the school experience will be different. Offering your child information upfront will help him / her cope with the changes that he / she will experience. 

You can help by sharing information about COVID-19 and the need to protect ourselves from the virus. This is the reason that we have to do things a bit differently at school. You can share the new arrangements as listed above.

Teachers will also communicate with your children. They are preparing photos of the new classroom and common area arrangements and a short video to welcome them back to school. The video will contain key messages related to the Health & Safety Measures. Some teachers may choose to give a live virtual tour of their classroom during one of their lessons this week.

We recommend the following additional action items
What to Bring to School
Measures for Suspected Cases

Anyone who is suspected of having COVID-19 will be isolated in a separate Nurse Room. Parents will be called to pick up the student to be taken to see the doctor. The school will inform the Ministry of Public Health and will stay in contact with the family for updates.

If the suspected case is tested positive for COVID-19, the person affected will have to stay isolated for at least 14 days and return only after full recovery.  The person affected will have to show a certificate of good health issued by a hospital to return to school.

The school may close the classroom or entire floor or entire school for a period of time after the confirmation that a member of the community is tested positive for COVID-19.

Oversight Committee

The committee providing oversight to the Campus Health and Well-being Measures includes:

Ms. Saowaluk, Committee Leader

Ms. Boonyapa, Secretary

Ms. Serene, Adviser

Ms. Helen, Adviser

Ms. May, Finance

Ms. Air / Ms. Sarintorn, Facilities and Cleanliness

Ms. Parisara, Kitchen

Ms. Supattra, Communications

Helpful Links

For more detailed information and advice please check the following websites:

Ministry of Public Health – Department of Disease Control

World Health Organisation

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

International SOS Updates

Global Cases by John Hopkins CSSE


COVID-19 Prevention Measures