By Pagine Ebraiche staff
The Jewish Community of Milan has established a committee to study the issues related to reopening the school after the long shut down caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
The school that offers from kindergarten to high school has been closed since March, with students attending classes online.
The committee held its first meeting at the end of April, also online.
The initiative has been promoted by the Education Department of the Community Council. Representatives of the school heads, the secretariat general, the technical and security offices, the Foundation for the School are part of the committee, which also counts of the cooperation of the president of the Milanese branch of the Italian Jewish Medical Association.
Among the issues addressed are how to rethink the use of school spaces, schedules, safety procedure and medical screening process.