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UE: Bigboss gets new 600-bed dormitory block to ease congestion

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The Bolgatanga Senior High School is set to abolish the double-track school system that saw students attend school in the shift system. This falls in line with the earlier announcement by the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Professor Opoku Amankwah that double-track system this academic year will be a thing of the past at various senior high schools.

The school has received a 600-bed capacity dormitory block to help curb the double-track system that was introduced in 2018 under the Free Senior High School system.

The dormitory block forms part of the government’s emergency projects under the Getfund geared toward improving quality education as well as tackling the infrastructural challenge at various high schools.

The Upper East Regional Minister Stephen Yakubu who commissioned the project applauded the contractor (Abera Construction Limited) for the quick response to the government’s quest in addressing the infrastructural challenges at the school.

The minister also used the opportunity to call on the beneficiary students to take key interest in their studies and make good use of the facility.

“Education is key for our development, especially, we in the Northern sector, I expect nothing but the best of tuition from teachers so that these students can become the best in society,” he said.

In appreciation the Assistant Headmaster of the school, Cletus Zuut assured to put to use the facility as well as inculcate discipline amongst students and teachers alike.

He further indicated that the facility has already received the necessary materials such as beds, and mattresses from the government hence it will soon be put to use.

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