Headmaster commends teachers, tells students to be obedient

National

SAINT Luke’s Gusap Pimary School in Ramu Sugar celebrated Independence Day with a cultural show last Thursday.
The town of Ramu came alive when students and teachers marched through town to the school grounds for a parade and traditional dances.
Headmaster James Kaven told the students to be obedient and respect each other in order to become respectful citizens.
“You can all contribute to the development of this nation by doing little things that might seem small in the eyes of others. But small things can make a big difference in development as well,” he said.
He said the school had planned to facilitate all its resources in order to achieve their goals academically.
“This primary school is one of the largest in Madang and caters for more than a thousand students, Kaven said.
“I am proud of the teachers for their cooperation and commitment to raise the schools standard and make it attractive and successful.”
Ramu police station commander Inspector Patrick Wallis thanked the teachers and children for hosting the celebration without any Government funding.

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