By : David Amoateng
The Parents Teachers Associaton (PTA) chairman for Nkawie Senior High Technical School (NSHTS) Mr Osei Barnieh Kwabena has advised free SHS students in the country to be guided against excessive use of rioting, demonstration and attacks in addressing their grievances even when they face some challenges.
He said one of the best ways to help sustain the free SHS policy in dignity is when students stop these attacks.
According to him, the rate at which section Schools resort to indiscipline behavioural approach for example, not abiding to school rules and regulations are adversely killing the SHS policy.
He said, the worst scenario was when students start destroying school properties, use weak side of the numerous challenges facing the free SHS to run from school without exeat, as well as indulging in indecent lifestyles such as sexual immoralities among section of the free SHS girls schools at the expense of the state’s well-being.
Mr Barnieh Kwabena gave the advice during the school PTA meeting which was also coincided with official inauguration of the new headmistress of the school.
Describing as very unfortunate and disturbing, the PTA bemoaned how most students are found of attacking each other’s vehicles, inflicting cutlass wounds on colleagues as some even go to extent of fighting their headmasters and mistressess.
He said all these acts is eating into the fabric of free SHS thus, making the of the policy costly if it remains uncheck in the country.
Commenting on the NSHTS infrastructures, Mr Barnieh told that the school needs facilities such as generator, new school administration block including roads network to help link and beautify the school.
He said studies becomes problem at night when it is light-out.
He made a passionate appealed to old boys and girls of the school including other phillantropic organizations to quickly come in to help them acquire a generator.
For her part, Mrs Gladys Sarfowaah the new headmistress of the school revealed that, very soon NSHTS will receive a transport bus from the Office of the government to help running of the school reach a maximum height.
She was worried about since the establishment of the school in 1970’s by late Kutu Acheampong, the school had seen limited infrastructural development, this she appealed to the government to institute new and modern furnished Technical, Clothing, Metal and Fabrication as well as Applied Electricity Workshops for the school to help catch up with modern world school of Technical and Engineering.