Many guardians and their wards have been abandoned in schools in Cape Coast as the returning date for Senior High School (SHS) three students was changed similarly as they answered to class on Tuesday.
A WhatsApp message was shipped off the guardians reporting the new date as Wednesday, May 5, 2021, without earlier notification, the guardians said.
Guardians, who drove their wards to the schools, couldn’t keep down their indignation as the schools’ specialists requested that they send their wards back home.
At Wesley Girls, the Parents Teacher Association had organized transports for the students from Accra, Tema, Kumasi and different urban communities.
The students, who accompanied the Accra transport, were quick to get the upsetting news.
A few guardians, who took their wards to the schools, had left before the information on the new returning date got to the School.
As at 0915 hours when the GNA got to a portion of the schools, it was seen that students from different schools were trusting that vehicles will take them back home.
At the point when the GNA got to St. Augustine College, left vehicles were found in their numbers with students in them.
When all is said in done, there was uncomfortable quiet at the schools and large numbers of the guardians and students looked disillusioned and baffled.
Mrs Cecilia Andoh, a parent, said the school specialists had bombed the guardians, adding that the solitary pardon given by the specialists was that they had the data in the late long periods of yesterday.
“They have our contacts; we expected that you transfer each data to us so we know our left from our right. This has quite recently been a misuse of cash and time,” she added.
At the Adisadel College, a staff who argued secrecy told the GNA that “we took a stab at illuminating the larger part regarding the guardians yet we were unable to get into contact with all. We actually can’t fault the school since this is a mandate from the Ghana Education Service.”
At the Holy Child School, a source told the GNA that the students answered to class on Monday, April 5.
Communicating stress, a SHS three understudy said she needed to convey every one of her things home, adding that the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) was quick drawing nearer and accordingly, they required sufficient time in their individual schools to consider.
She said it was grievous they needed to go through one more month at home.
The Authorities neglected to remark on the circumstance.