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Bolga: Saint Paul Basic school celebrate 60 years, calls for stakeholder support

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The Saint Paul Basic School in the Bolga-Soe community in Bolgatanga, Upper East Region, has commemorated its 60th anniversary with a resounding call to stakeholders to actively contribute to the holistic development of the institution.

The school has faced persistent infrastructure challenges over the years, resulting in dropout rates among pupils.

The theme for this milestone event echoes the urgent need for collaboration in addressing these challenges: “The Role of Stakeholders in Holistic Education and Infrastructure Development.”

Robert Abugre, a spokesperson for the celebration, emphasized the significance of this occasion during an interview with A1 Radio.

He explained the prolonged struggle the school has faced with infrastructure challenges that have adversely affected the quality of education and contributed to student dropouts.

The 60th-anniversary event, he said, was not only a celebration of the school’s history but a rallying cry for support from all stakeholders invested in the well-being of the community’s future leaders.

Abugre articulated, “This celebration goes beyond just acknowledging the passage of time; it is a call to action. Saint Paul Basic Schools has been a bedrock of education in this community, but to continue positively impacting young lives, we need to address the infrastructure challenges that have persisted for too long.”

The chosen theme reflects the multi-faceted approach required to uplift the educational standards and facilities at Saint Paul Basic Schools. It underscores the pivotal role that community members, local authorities, parents, and well-wishers can play in creating an environment conducive to quality education.

Mr. Abugre noted that the funds raised during the anniversary celebration would be channeled towards addressing critical infrastructure needs, aiming to create a more conducive learning atmosphere.

The 60th-anniversary event drew a diverse range of participants, including alumni, current students, parents, well-wishers, and even the Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwasi Prat Jrn.

The celebration also served as a nostalgic reflection on the school’s journey but also as a platform to inspire collective action toward securing a brighter educational future for the children in the Bolga-Soe community.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga

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