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Parents told to Work closely with teachers

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In 2019 the school topped in Nyamira county with a mean of 8.01 and was placed position 78 nationally, in which more than 370 students qualified to university translating to 77.57% pass .

Kitutu Masaba Member of parliament Zadrack Mose [with microphone ] addressing Nyambaria Boys students , look on his Chief Justice David Maraga and School Principal Boaz Owino [Photo Brighton Makori]

Parents have been challenged to work closely with the Teachers and board of management in schools as one way of improving Education standards.

Addressing Parents , students and other Education officials  at Nyambaria Boys  High school during Education day   and celebration of last year’s KCSE results, Area Member of Parliament Shadrack Mose said that he has but more effort in Education sector.

“As one of the beneficiaries of Education, I would like to encourage parents to invest in Education, once one invests in Education there is better future” Said Mp Mose

 At the same time he challenged them to ensure that they monitor their children while in school and even when they are at home by guiding them and motivating without forgetting mentoring them spiritually.

According to MP  giving Education first priority we make  school shine and perform  well when they are well equipped with infrastructures and even when all stakeholders come in board and work together .

As one way of helping the school he gave out   a cheque of 1 million shilling in aid of the construction of Multipurpose all.

  He also hailed the chief Principal Boaz Owino for the effort he has done since he joined the school , and it has maintained  an upward trajectory in KSCE.

  The area Mp also attributed success of the school following devotional   Teachers, parents, subordinating staff and students in large who have shown discipline.

 In 2019 the school topped in Nyamira county with a mean of 8.01 and was placed position 78 nationally, in which more than 370 students qualified to university translating to 77.57% pass .