Koluedor: Community members renovate Roman Catholic primary school block
Community members of Koluedor in Ada West district have mobilized resources through fundraising to rehabilitate a block of three classroom units with an office complex belonging to the Catholic Primary School building whose roof corroded a few years after completion, leaving the structure unsafe for use by the school authority in teaching.
Koluedor Electoral Area MP, Francis Addibuer Baako and members of the Unity Committee led the people on a fundraising day at the premises of Koluedor Catholic Primary School to raise the amount needed to roof renovation.
Contribution was made by community members, alumni and staff of Koluedor R/C Primary and Koluedor D/A Junior High School and various churches in the community. Other people who have supported funding for the renovation are students and fellow assemblyman lecturers at All Nations University, Koforidua.
Mr Francis, who addressed the gathering of community elders, youth and guest on the purpose of the gathering, said the need for their subsidiary effort to revamp the building was to ensure that the Teaching and learning become effective in the school, regardless of the weather and the weather, adding that education has been the main factor in any successful life.
“We organized this fundraiser to help restore the building because we value education so much to ensure that teaching and learning become effective in this city,” he noted.
He lamented the last days of their stay at school when a light sign of rain during student contact hours meant teachers had to take high tuition and allow students to return home due to school structures. exhausted which cannot guarantee the safety of the pupils during heavy downpours. .
“We don’t want our younger brothers and sisters to experience the distortion in classrooms that we suffered many years ago when any sign of rain just means the school has to close,” he said. .
He added that the unfortunate situation forcing teachers to shut down students is affecting student performance and putting pressure on teachers to adjust time to cover lost lessons.
Speaking after the program, Mr. Francis Addibuer Baako expressed his deep gratitude to the people for their understanding and tremendous efforts to help in various ways to ensure the achievement of the restructuring.
BY: Nicholas Tetteh Amedor.