The Ashanti Regional Directorate of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has asked parents of students of Kumasi Academy Senior High School to send the wards back to school.
There was commotion at the School on Friday when students demonstrated over the deaths of some of their mates.
3news.com’s visit to KUMACA on Saturday morning saw parents on campus getting their wards home.
But a statement from regional directorate of GES on Sunday, April 2 said “the school has not been closed down as reported by some members of the public”.
“Calm has been restored and students are going about their normal duties,” the statement said.
GES said the deaths of the three students occurred outside campus contrary to the initial reports.
“Each of them on different days fell sick,” it explained. “The school gave them First Aid and parents were called to pick them up.”
It appealed to parents and the general public “who are worried to be calm and send their wards back to school since management has ensured the smooth running of academic work”.