The Ghana Education Service took to its Facebook page to inform all Senior High Schools including the Technical Schools that the form three students will observe the mid-semester break as stated earlier. But there is a change; the students will not go home as they used to do. This is due to the COVID-19 which still active.
Mid semester break for SHS 3 students should be observed in the schools with NO academic activity. This means that students are NOT to be allowed to go home. Reason stated in the letters below.
Academic work will resume on the 26th of July as earlier communicated.This decision by the Ghana Education Service will surely incur the wrath of many Ghanaians. The break allows the students to go home and relax, help their parents to gather a few items for resumption. But now that the students are going to remain in the school premises, it makes no difference.
It will be better if the break wasn't given in the first place. According to the GES, there shall be no school activities during that time. Let's wait and see what comes out of it. Until then, all the students, heads of schools and the parents should take note of this information. Kindly share this information to reach as many people as possible.
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