Gov't Commended for Completing Project
Miss Felicia Mary Ghansah, headmistress of Senya-Beraku Secondary/Technical School, last commended the government for completing the 450-million cedi block of classrooms for the school.
The headmistress, who received the keys to the facility, also praised Professor Ameyaw-Akumfi, the Minister of Education for fulfilling his promise that work on the project would be completed, during the school's 10th anniversary celebrations early this year.
She said the block would enhance teaching and learning, adding that the school could now enroll 500 students instead of 240.
Miss Ghansah, therefore, appealed to parents to send their children to the school that had qualified and committed teachers.
She said plans were advanced for the construction of a 600-million cedi girls' hostel, two additional teachers quarters and a VIP toilet.
Mr. R.K. Amponsah, the Finance Officer of the school, appealed to parents to pay the school fees of the children promptly to enable the authorities to provide adequate facilities for the smooth running of the school.
He also asked philanthropists and non-governmental organisations to assist the school with educational materials.