The Wasu Secondary School in Morobe’s Tewae- Siassi district has resumed classes last week Thursday.
The school has been suspended since Monday last week, following a fight that broke out amongst the students.
The Deputy School Principal said the fight started after a student contesting the SRC elections stepped down because insulting comments were written on his poster.
His supporters started a riot, which resulted in 4 students being injured.
Three ancillary staff houses of Wasu Secondary School were burnt down.
On Tuesday morning last week, some students set fire to the boy’s dormitory, however bystanders managed to put out the fire.
The Deputy School Principal said the teachers held a meeting and decided to suspend classes because of the tension.
The School has resume classes but the tension is still high.
In Lae, students at Bumayong Secondary School were forced to close up today by the Morobe Provincial Education Board.
The decision came after a fight broke out amongst the students and the outsiders few weeks ago.
This has also disrupted the students who are sitting for their mock exams this week.
Bugandi Secondary School in Lae will also close up early tomorrow for term three break, due to non-payment of electricity.
Jiram said there are sub committees formed by the Provincial Education Board, to deal with specific issues concerning education in the province.