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PTD Mater Dei Secondary School Awkuzu to provide railings, protectors in school

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PARENTS Teachers Dialogue (PTD), Mater Dei Secondary School Awkuzu have promised to provide iron railings and protectors in the ultra-modern school building as part of their contribution to the development of the school.  

  The parents made the promise during the PTD meeting over the weekend at the school hall.  

  The PTD Chairman, Nwabueze Muotuanya said that the gesture came at the right time, noting that the building needed to be completed for a more conducive quality learning environment owing to the growing population.  

  Mr Muotuanya explained that the PTD meeting was for the children’s welfare, where parents deliberate on the academic prowess and holistic training for their children.  

  The chairman also said that the school needed a coaster bus to aid students undertaking excursions and for other activities outside the school, promising its procurement once the fund was available.  

  The Principal, Rev. Sr. Uzonna Orakwue while thanking parents for the donation, emphasised the management’s commitment to giving the children the best.  

  Sr. Orakwue expressed shock at some parents, who did not attend the open day to monitor the academic performance of their ward(s).  

  The principal also informed the parents that they have three nurses at the sick bay, expressing worries that some students would not go to the bay when sick.  

  She said that parents who wished to treat their ward(s) at home should communicate with the school officially, enjoining others to urge their children to access the bay when unwell.  

  The School Matron, Rev. Sr. Stellamaris Ugwu urged parents to stop purchasing mobile telephones for their teenage children, explaining that most characters they exhibited were from pornography videos and pictures they watched from the phones.  

  The matron while enjoining mothers to make their children, especially daughters their best friends to enable them to be close enough to gain their confidence.  

  Mrs Tina Nweke, Business Studies urged parents to reciprocate the gestures of the management by being there for their children, monitoring their academic performance, noting where they lag behind and seeking possible solutions with the teachers.  

  Mr Francis Amaechi and Mr I k Oliobi in their separate speeches thanked the management of the school for their untiring efforts at bettering the life of the students under their care

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