11.12.2008 Social News

Awudome SHS honours five award winners

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Awudome Senior High School in the Volta region has honoured five of its teaching staff for making the school proud in this year's teacher's awards.

The teachers include, Mrs Alice Dzifah Gligui-Denueme, 2nd runner-up in this year's National Best Teacher /Worker Award, Christopher Wuasi, Mr John Jerry Atsu, Mr Francis Dominic Kudolo and Miss Lucy Adde, all placed first in their respective categories at the Municipal level.

The ceremony was to inspire the school community and give students, teachers and non-teaching staff a sense of “feeling of excellence in all departments”.

Mr Godhold Bonuedie, Headmaster of the School in an address, urged students and workers of the School to be inspired by the achievement of the teachers to aspire to greater heights.

He appealed to teachers and the non-teaching staff to work in unity to facilitate good teaching and learning environment in the school.

Mr Geoffrey Bissi, Volta Regional Chairman of the Council of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) urged the award winners to be role models to students of the school and in their communities.

Ms Rosemund Keteku, Ho Municipal Director of Education said the achievement of the five teachers had made the municipality and the Volta region proud.

She challenged other teachers in the municipality to enter the competition next year.

All the five teachers were given citations and awards. Mrs Denueme on behalf of her colleagues expressed their appreciation to the honour extended to them by the school and pledged to strive harder to uplift the image of the School.

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