Bihoro pledges support to school

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The National, Monday March 3rd, 2014

 THE Morobe provincial education division has promised to help Omili Primary School build classrooms.

Provincial education programme adviser Murika Bihoro met head teacher Doreen Boas, deputy head teacher Mark Nanu, board chairman Kay Takising and treasurer John Peka last Friday.

Parents and guardians have over the years been funding infrastructure projects.

Bihoro promised to help the level eight school get more funding to cater for increase in student population.

Apart from the school’s double classroom, they funded a teacher’s quarters.

“Omili came out of nowhere to be where it is now. And in light of the developments we are promoting quality education, parents look for the best school and you are in that category,” Bihoro said.

“I will go with your structure, we have to modernise our schools and we got to work within our abilities,” he said.

He asked the school board and administration to submit a proposal containing classroom design and budget plans.