The National, Tuesday 06th December 2011
By ALBERT KAMANI
A GROUP of students have been advised to turn away from bad habits if they want to achieve their goals in life.
Kopen Secondary school chairman Fr Lucas Kambao told the graduating and continuing students on Friday that if they involved themselves in bad habits and give less priority to their education, they would achieve little in life.
He told the students that their minds would be distracted by all sort of things and take their focus away from studies.
He told the students that education was the key to good life in the future.
Fr Kambao told the students that if they played around with education and gave less time to their studies, they would regret it in the end.
He thanked the Neman community for looking after and assisting the school over the years.
He also thanked Highlands PNG Toners and Ink suppliers for sponsoring the dux awards for all grades.
Highlands PNG Toner and Ink suppliers sales manager David Kapon was proud to present the dux awards because most of the students had done very well in the examinations.
Kapon said K3,000 worth of prizes were presented to boost the morale of students.