DOUBLE TRACK in dining halls usage is expected to surface in some Senior High School when schools reopen on 18th January 2021.
SHS3 and Green Track SHS2 students are to report to school together to commence academic work this month.
Mr.Frank Opoku Kusi, the Assistant headteacher of Ahafoman Senior High school is worried his school will have to run a shift system at the school’s dining hall when school reopens.
Ahafoman Senior High is located in the Ahafo Region. Mr.Frank Opoku Kus has called on the government and the Education Ministry to take urgent action to assist the school to avoid the situation. He said an expansion of the dining hall would help deal with the possible double track challenge.
In an interview with Newsghana24 regional correspondent, he disclosed that although the leadership of the school has taken some proactive actions to ensure the safety of their students their Major challenge remains the Dining Hall.
He furthered that the school’s dining hall cannot accommodate students due to its size and that it will compel the school to run-double track system.
His appeal was made to the MoE during the disinfection and fumigation exercise embark to ensure schools are ready and safe before students return to campus. The DOUBLE TRACK in dining halls may cause delays and student crowd man agent if mechanisms are not put in place.
The Management expects Zoom Lion Ghana, is supporting government efforts to embark on the disinfection and fumigation exercise in all schools at all levels in the Ahafo Region.
Mrs. Margret Buobu applauded the company for their support to ensure learners return to a safe and conducive teaching and learning environment for academic work in the wake of COVID-19. She added that the regional officers at the GES in Ahafo Region will sensitize the general public ahead of the 18th January school reopening day.