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 EDUCATION

SMK Madai launches canteen to classroom food delivery service

30th June, 2020

KUNAK: Among the initiatives being adopted by Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Madai to curtail student movement and reduce canteen congestion is a canteen to classroom food delivery service which was started Monday.

Its principal, Abdul Hussin Madjakinal, said the canteen operator agreed to the suggestion and a WhatsApp group for ordering has been started with 53, Form 6 students.

He said discussion ensued on the procedure and among others “orders must be sent to the classroom at least five minutes before recess starts”.

Abdul Hussin said the free service will be offered to Form 5 students after this.

At the moment there are four, 20-minute recess periods beginning at 8.30am for the 17 Sijil Peperiksaan Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Peperiksaan Malaysia (STPM) classes that have been started for 227 students.

Canteen spokesperson, Fatta Jon, 33, welcomed the measure to curb the spread of COVID-19 and said they plan to have two menus for rice and noodles, as well as a selection of drinks and kuih, which will be prepared by six workers.

“In order to adjust to the new normal, there was a new routine to the selling of food and drinks to students when school reopened on June 24,” Fatta said, adding that the free service allows her to fulfil her social responsibility. –Bernama

   
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