Political leadership, school fraternity, and the local community in Masaba South sub-county have expressed commitment to providing requisite infrastructure to upscale current educational standards.
This is despite economic hardships aggravated by Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) demands in the learning institutions.
The stakeholders spoke at Amasege SDA mixed secondary school during handing over of a school bus from the Education cabinet secretary (CS), Ezekiel Machogu, the area’s immediate former legislator.
Sitting MP Dr. Daniel Manduku pledged the much needed infrastructural support for the constituency’s schools to make it top among others.
He challenged the students and parents to ensure they posted improved examination performance through record university enrollment.
The support, he remarked, also included the recruitment of adequate teachers to motivate students to excel in compulsory subjects.
Dr. Enock Monda, the Board of Management chairman, who congratulated the institution upon receipt of the bus said it will cater to matters of academic and community welfare.
He predicted enhanced national examination performance by the school despite a myriad of constraints facing it.
The principal Robinson Matara expressed hope that the school will be able to mobilize resources towards the construction of a library which he cited as one of the major hurdles.
The principal termed the bus a blessing in disguise since it will not only boost learning programmes but also help school-related activities in the community.