Reopening date for Students in Junior High School Form 2 and students in Senior High Schools form 2 will be returning to school on Monday October 5, 2023.
This was in a statement by Cassandra Twum Ampofo, the Head of Public Relations Unit of the Ghana Education Service monitored by Tertiary Ghana.
According to Ghana Education Service, the reopening date for JHS 2 and SHS 2 students is to enable them to complete the third term and second semester respectively of the current academic year.
Prez Nana Addo in an address to the nation in August announced that the JHS 2 and SHS 2 students will return to school to complete the academic year and write their terminal examinations.
“With Junior High Schools operating with class sizes of thirty (30), and Senior High Schools with class sizes of twenty-five (25), SHS 2 and JHS 2 students will be in school for ten (10) weeks to study, and write their end of term examinations,” the President said on Sunday, August 30, 2023.
The Government of Ghana following the reopening date for JHS And SHS, there have fumigated and disinfected all Junior and Senior High Schools across the country to ensure the safety of the lives of teachers and students returning to school.
In addition, Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to be given to teachers and students according to the Ghana Education Service (GES) had been distributed to all schools as part of efforts to ensure a safe school reopening.
He also indicated that the two category students will be given reusable face masks, and JHS 2 students will also be given one hot meal on daily basis.
The Management of the Ghana Education Service also assured students, parents, teachers and the general public that all the necessary measures have been put in place to ensure their safety while in school.
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