Some parents in Kumasi the Ashanti regional capital has commended government for the reopening of schools across the country.
“Parents were seen accompanying their children said, they have confidence in government’s ability to ensure the safety of all students and teachers.
They expressed gratitude to the government for reopening of schools.
“Marching to their schools wearing colorful uniforms nearly after 10- months break, streets of Kumasi were swarmed with students on Monday morning.
After visiting a few schools, both public and private found that school authorities had put up sanitizing machines, clean water, and made facemasks mandatory for entering into the premises. Teachers and students have been asked to wear facemasks all the time.
The classrooms were also looking different, with spaces between the desks to ensure social distancing.
*”Meanwhile* Director of Progressive Shalom Int Sch Mr Adu Poku, has appealed to government to be fair to its members in the distribution of PPEs as schools reopening.
According to him, Most private schools has been collapse since the outbreak of COVID-19.
He further called on government to come to their aid, realeas a grant to support private school across the country.
“As the pandemic, which led to the closure of schools, has impacted negatively on their finances.
Mr Adu Poku