The Alumni of St. Johns Senior High School in Sekondi has over the years undertaken a number of developmental projects for their alma mater to enhance teaching and learning.
This year, as part of its 24th homecoming celebrations, the 1994 year group of St. John’s senior high school have constructed a concrete pavement worth GH30,000. The pavement extends from each classroom block to major streets on campus.
The intervention according to the group is to help students walk freely without stepping in mud, as it has been for years especially when it rains.
The extraordinary homecoming celebrations is under theme: “celebrating 24 years of leaving school and giving back to our Alma Mater”
A member of the 1994 group, St. Francis Akom Boadu told Skyy News’ Eric Gyetuah that there are plans to refurbish more facilities in the school in subsequent years.
He urged the students and management to use these facilities judiciously and as well undertake proper maintenance.
St. Akom Boadu hinted that the alumni would collaborate with school management in every capacity to improve standards and performance in terms of academics.
Some of the activities lined up for the celebration include an inspection, handing over of the project, mentoring session with students, Omotuo party, a dinner-night and thanksgiving service.
Story: Eric Gyetuah