GHS Old Students Move To Bring Back Lost Glory.

The National President of Old Students Association of Government High (GHS), School Ilorin, Alhaji Raji Mohammed has assured that the Old students Association of the school will bring back the lost glory with the provisions of easy learning materials.
The president who made this disclosure on Monday while led others executive members of the association to an on-the-spot assessment visit to some of the facilities that needed urgent attention during forthcoming school 45th anniversary.
He frown at the ways and manner at which some teachers handle the teaching in the school, stressing that if the attitude is no change, adding that the old Students will not hesitate to take neccessary action against such erring teachers.
He urged them to justify the government spendings on the renovation of the school, disclosing that that old students of the school will not be happy if the facilities put in place by the old students and government for easy learning were being vandalized.
He appealed to staff and the management of the school to see the as their personal institution to be taking care off, advising the management to allocate a teacher in each of the class to maintain orderliness in the class.
He charged them to be up and doing in the maintenance of renovated facilities and clean environment of the school, charging both principals to fused together for the academic excellence of their students.
Raji Mohammed who was a former commissioner for Education and Human Capital Development in the state, soliciting for cordial cooperation between the principal and the staff for rapid development of the school.
He encouraged them work as a team with the spirit of determination and commitment to bring back the lost glory of the school, assuring that the old students of the school will continue in their effort to assist the school to bring the school to international standards.
Responding onbehalf of others staff, Mrs. Taye Tegidini, expressed displeasure over the attitude of some parents towards the the start of the school, lamenting that some parents creating problem for the school.
“We are trying on our part. But some students lacked home trainings. Even when we call PTA meeting many parents will not turn-up. When the principal gave the orders some of the students it will be violated”, she bemoaned.

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