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Students of Sekolah Cikal in Serpong, South Tangerang, finally had the chance to briefly visit their school again in mid-June after completing the last two months of the academic year through online classes.
The school arranged a drive-thru meeting to maintain physical distancing between the students and the teachers. As the students and their parents arrived at the school’s compound, teachers approached their cars to congratulate them and give them their “moving-up” certificate. (JP/Seto Wardana)
(JP/Seto Wardhana and Yuliasri Perdani)