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St John’s Basic School marks 68th anniversary with fanfare

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The St. John’s Basic School has celebrated its 68th anniversary amidst pomp and pageantry. The esteemed public basic school commemorated the feast of John the Baptist, after whom the school was named.

The school premises reverberated with echoes of joy and nostalgia as alumni, current students, teachers, and invited guests commemorated nearly seven decades of academic excellence and community impact.

The highlight of the event was a cultural extravaganza featuring spellbinding performances by students, reminding all present of the area’s rich history and heritage.

Amidst the festivities, the school also took the opportunity to honor hardworking students for their sterling performance.

The overall best student in Basic 7 was Miss Roosevelt Alale. The overall best student in Basic 8 was Annabel Pegyine, while the overall best student in Basic 9 was Anthonia Nyaaba Azure.

Exceptional performance in STEM went to Godly Ayinskiya Amalba and Francisca Apiya. Gabriela Natio-IC was awarded the neatest girl, while the neatest boy recognition went to Jerry Ayinbono Akunbobel. Marcilinus Ayinbire was awarded the well-behaved student.

Speaking at the event, the headteacher of the school, Theophilus Akwara, underscored the institution’s unwavering dedication to empowering generations of learners and shaping responsible citizens for the future.

He expressed gratitude to all the stakeholders—past and present—who have contributed to the school’s journey and emphasized the need for continued collaboration in achieving greater milestones in the years to come.

He, however, called on parents to support the school in achieving its aim of raising responsible leaders by providing learning materials for their wards.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Samuel Adagom|Bolgatanga

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