Monday, October 13, 2008

Students and teachers build classroom

Students and teachers at Pararoa Primary School in remote Upper Watut, Morobe province, have taken it upon themselves to build a double classroom without waiting for assistance.

Seeing that there was an urgent need for extra classrooms, and no assistance from parents, they took it upon themselves to build the bush material double classroom.

On Thursday last week (October 9), they invited Bulolo MP, Sam Basil, to open the double classroom.

He told students, staff, parents and the people of Pararoa that his focus was on Local Level Governments (LLGs).

Mr Basil assured the students and staff of Pararoa Primary School that they would not be forgotten.

School captain Martin Max commended all students and staff for their hard work in building the double classroom.

“We are very excited about this,” he said.

“It was all the work of our students and staff.”

The school has 460 students from five villages in Upper Watut LLG, has Grades Three to Eight, and eight teachers.


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