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MFANTSEMAN: Mfantsiman Girls SHS tutors to receive laptops
The Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) is in a process of procuring laptop computers for the teachers of the School.
Mrs Theodora Froko, Chairperson of the PTA, who announced this at a meeting held at the School, said the executives of the Association had entered into an agreement with rlg, a computer company for the supply of the laptops.
She said the laptops would facilitate the work of the teachers and also help in storing important information.
Mrs Froko appealed to parents to motivate the teachers, who were saddled with the preparation of two separate year-groups of students, writing the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in 2013.
“We need to help the teachers to get the impetuous to prepare the students for the examination,” she said.
The Headmistress, Ms Charlotte A. Addo appealed to parents and guardians to register their wards with the National Health Insurance Scheme and ensure that they come to the school with their insurance card to enable them to access free health delivery service.
The Headmistress urged parents and guardians to impress upon their wards to study at home during vacations.
“Books don’t go on holidays, and Mfantsiman Girls is not a School where students go to look for only a classmate,” she stressed.
Dr Derrick Akyeampong Bonsu, Medical Superintendent of the Saltpond Municipal Hospital talked about the importance of the Health Insurance concept and said it had helped to reduce maternal deaths in the country.
He said the NHIS Cards were very necessary for people who stayed away from their “breadwinners.”
Mrs Miriam Adjei-Amponsem, Assistant Headmistress, Academics, expressed concern about delay by students in reporting to school after vacation, saying, “Such attitudes affect the progress of work in the School.”
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