Access Roads At Tepa SHS Deplorable …Headmaster Appeals For Support
The Tepa Senior High School has undergone tremendous transformation in the last three years since Mr. Peter Anarfi Mensah assumed office as Headmaster of the school, which started as a Teacher Training College in 1965.
The school has since benefited from various interventions for growth, with the Ahafo Ano North District Assembly providing an 18-unit two-storey classroom block for it at a contract sum of GH¢849,627 to add to the existing infrastructure.
The Assembly has also provided a 6-unit classroom block, with an office, for the school at GH¢222,133 under the District Development Fund (DDF).
The Headmaster, however, complains of lack of adequate infrastructure befitting the school, which celebrates its 50 th Anniversary of its founding.
http://thechronicle.com.gh/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/133.jpg He indicated that the school has no Assembly and Dining halls, and that one borehole serves as the only source of drinking water.
With a student population of 2,445, Headmaster Anarfi Mensah said it would be better if an additional borehole was provided to serve their needs.
He bemoaned the poor drainage system and nature of streets on campus, saying improvement on the road network in the school would add value to the existing infrastructure.
The Headmaster has therefore appealed to the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Ministry of Education, and the Ghana Education Service, as well as the District Assembly to come to its aid in the provision of basic needs for the school.
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