Senior High Schools (SHSs) throughout the country re-opened on Monday to allow final year students to prepare for the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The Yellow Track students are also back to school to complete their first semester, in line with the Presidential Directive as part of the gradual easing of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Some students of the T.I. Ahamadiya Senior High in Salaga in the Savanna Region told Diamond news that they are happy to be back on campus to finish with their examination.
Abdul Somed Al-hassan, an agricultural science student, told Diamond News that it as a good feeling returning to the classroom to finish what was begun some three years ago, but stalled due to the covid-19.
Diamond news during a visit to a number of senior high schools within the Tamale Metropolis, including Ghanasco, Tamasco and the Northern School of Business observed that students had dully reported.
Some final year students were going through registration processes at the time of our reporters’ visit. That involves school authorities picking their students particulars, checking their temperatures with the thermometer guns and supplying them with nose masks before being allowed to access the dormitories under strict health protocols.
At the various transport terminals, some students carrying their school boxes and trunks were seen trying to catch a bus to their school locations.
Source: Nelson Adanuti Nyadror | www.diamondfmonline.com |Ghana