Mr Albertos Mahama, the Headmaster of Bole Senior High School (SHS), on Tuesday said safety measures are in place to protect final year students returning to prepare for the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The second year Gold 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.
Mr Mahama said they had taken delivery of Personal Protective Equipment including Veronica buckets and sanitizers to be placed at vantage points for hand washing as part of the safety protocols.
“We have adhered to all the necessary precautionary measures directed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the students to feel safe amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,” he added.
Mr Mahama was speaking to Yagbon News during a visit to the school to find out its safety protocols put in place against the covid-19 pandemic.
He said the school will be receiving back 678 final year students and 370 SHS 2 Gold Track students and will adhere to the 25 class size without any difficulty as directed by the government.
“I must say everything is working as planned and we are ready for school activities to start as soon as possible because we can’t wait for everyone to report “, he said.
“Before you enter the school campus, your temperature is checked after which you wash your hands and apply a sanitizer before you are allowed entry into your dormitory”, he added.
Yagbon News also noticed that all teachers and students that were present were wearing facemasks.
Source: yagbonradioonline.com/Chipo Kwaku