Kuulpeeps, it looks like some Prempeh students do yawa.
More than 100 students have reportedly been withdrawn or will be repeated by school authorities at for non-performance following implementation of government’s Free Senior High School (SHS) programme.
The affected students have been served with letters notifying them that they will either be dismissed or repeated by the Senior High School.
The school, however, is in a fix as to whether to charge fees for about 50 of the students who are supposed to be repeated in the first year. This is because first-year students are currently benefiting from the Free SHS program with school authorities warned not to charge fees from any first-year student.
The letter from the school to parents and guardians reads:
“We are sorry to inform you that your ward has been repeated/withdrawn. Contact the Assistant Headmaster, Academic for further details”.
The affected students comprise of 59 (Form 1 students) and 129 (Form 2 students), myjoyonline.com reports.
Some teachers told the reporter, some affected students failed in five of the seven courses they are pursuing while others failed all seven courses for two consecutive terms.