The Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) says it has approved for the heads of Senior High Schools in the country to take a mid-semester break from Monday, March 8 to Thursday, March 11, this year.
This state will enable the students to have ample time to prepare for teaching and learning and also for the Management of various Senior High Schools to prepare to welcome the first-year students.
Academic activities for this academic year, it said will commence fully about two weeks ahead, for the Form 1 Senior High School students.
According to the spokeswoman for the Education Service, Cassandra Ampofo in the statement noted the mid-semester break is not compulsory and so students who wish to stay on campus can do so but must adhere to school rules.
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