The Dzodze-Penyi Senior High School (Dzosec) in the Ketu North Municipality has received valuable infrastructure support from its Parent and Teachers Association (PTA), aimed at enhancing teaching and learning experiences.
The PTA's contribution, valued at thousands of cedis, included 122 pieces of dual desks.
Mr. Moses Azaglo, the PTA Chairman, highlighted the significance of the support during a brief donation event at the school's premises.
He emphasized that the donation was a proactive step to address the infrastructural deficit faced by the school, with parents and guardians willingly contributing to the cause through levies and dues.
“The PTA over the years championed the construction of a 14-unit classroom block for the school as well as other ongoing infrastructural projects,” Mr. Azaglo stated.
He also revealed the Association's plans to gradually address other challenges, including insufficient teaching and learning materials, and urged parents to regularly pay their dues to further alleviate these issues.
Mr. Benjamin Atsu, a representative
from the Ghana Education Service (GES), expressed gratitude for the donated items on behalf of the school's staff and students.
He commended the PTA for its generosity and encouraged other school associations in the municipality to emulate such initiatives, fostering improved and quality education.
Mr. Freeman Adehe, the Assistant Headmaster in charge of Administration, expressed appreciation for the support received. While appealing for assistance from other benevolent corporate organizations and the government to address additional challenges facing the school, he urged all members of the school community to contribute towards achieving further success.