The Savannah Regional Education Directorate has appealed to first year SHS Students of the 2023/2024 academic year to report to school as soon as possible.
Speaking on Padfm’s super morning on Tuesday, 28th March, 2023, the PRO of the Regional Education Directorate, Mr. Kpiirika Jatuat explained that Management of the Ghana Education Service in the Savannah Region has observed through their monitoring that, some candidates of the 2022 B.E.C.E students who are now in SHS form one are still at home.
He said some of them have been enrolled in the various Senior high schools within the savannah region but have not reported to their schools and therefore appealed on behalf of Management of the Savannah Regional Education Directorate to parents, guardians, teachers as well as the media and other important stakeholders in the region to encourage the said students to report to their respective senior high schools within the region as soon as possible for effective teaching and learning to take place.
He indicated that the Free SHS secretariat in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service will be conducting head counts across all SHSs within the region and across the country of which all first year students are expected to be present in their respective senior high schools to take part in that important exercise.
Meanwhile, first year SHS students were expected to report to their respective schools on the 20th of February, 2023 across the country but many of them are still home with reasons best known to themselves
Source: Padfm.com.gh/Kumatey Gorden/0243531604