Students of St. Charles Senior High School in Tamale have received a boost to Information and Community Technology (ICT) education as their predecessors augment stock in the school’s computer laboratory.
The North America Branch of the old Boys Association of the school has donated twenty (20) laptop computers and a projector to their alma mater.
President of the Branch, Victor Ninsau told Zaa news at the presentation ceremony that the gesture is meant to encourage and improve the learning of ICT among students. This he says will go a long way to improve general learning of students.
Mr Ninsau further mentioned that the school should expect a second consignment in September. The branch has over the years supported the school in diverse ways including infrastructure. Mr Ninsau proposed that an oversight committee be formed to see to the protection of the computers and items donated.
”We are here to present these computers to the school to improve the general learning of students, and so we would like students to form a committee that will be incharge of the well being of these computer for generations yet to come”, he says.
Receiving the items, Northern Regional Education Director as well as Acting Headmaster of the school, Dr. Peter Attafuah commended the North America Branch for the gesture and promised the school will take proper care of the items. He assured that the computers will be put to good use.
”On behalf of the school, I would like say a big thank you to the old boys for always coming around to support these young ones, we promise to put the computers to good use”, he assued.
The schools’ prefect on behalf of the students expressed his profound gratitude to the old students, saying the computers will go a long way to aid teaching and learning.
”These computers given to us is going to help us in our studies, because we sometimes find challenges in our ICT lessons, but now tha we have these, learning will be very easy for us”, he indicates.
Source: zaanews.com/Lilian D. Walter