The 1994 year group of the Keta Senior High School have provided the school with two water tanks to help the school ease the water crises on campus.
The group led by Christopher Attivor noted that it became necessary to act swiftly to the call of the authorities in the provision of some facilities needed by the school
Presenting the items to the school, Attivor urged the students especially the girls to emulate their colleagues who did tremendously well and made the school proud in the just-ended National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ),
Mr Attivor said it was important for the school to have good facilities in place in order to help students to concentrate on their studies without worrying about challenges.
Aside from the water facilities, the year group also cut sod for the construction of a modern bathhouse for the girls’ dormitories.
According to Mr Ativor, the bathhouse facilities are not good enough and needed a much more modern and convenient bathhouse.
“The 1994 old level year group in the diaspora initiated the projects and those us in Ghana assisted to make the projects a reality,” he said.
Womens’ Organiser of the 1994 year group, Yvonne Delaporte urged the girls to concentrate on their studies and make good use of their time on campus a fruitful one.
The Assistant Headmaster of the school, Rev Gilbert Golomeke was grateful for the gesture towards the improvement of sanitation in the school.
According to Rev Golomeke, the school has a lot of problems that need urgent attention and it was a relief for the school to receive such a huge favour from the group.
He said the modern bathhouse which will be completed in six months for the girls will go a long way to help the girls in their sanitation issues.
He said the school needs expansion of almost all the facilities on campus to help with effective teaching and learning.
“We urged the other groups of old students to also come to the aid of Keta Senior High Technical School,” he said.
A member of the group, Eseli Normanyo Nutokor also presented $250 to NSMQ finalist, Francisca Lamini for her outstanding performance at the just ended competition.
The team was led by President, Christopher Attivor, Women’s organizer Yvonne Delaporte and organizer William Geraldo Del Lima.
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