Bobasi MP Innocent Obiri has pledged to construct two new classrooms to reduce congestion in St John Orogare Secondary School.
Speaking during the schools Education Day, Obiri said that despite constrained facilities, the institution has shown good performance in the recent past.
He lauded the school for being the best in Nyamache sub county in last year’s Kenya Certificate of secondary examination ( KCSE).
The school lacks adequate infrastructure but attained a mean score of 7.1 in the examination. It shows good performance on leadership than infrastructure” noted Obiri.
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He said some school Heads were worried with infrastructure and yet their schools performed dismally in national examinations and challenged them to emulate the school Principal, Mark Mose’s leadership skills.
The legislature who was accompanied by County Quality assurance and standards Officer, Joseph Ochieng and Father Thomas Maticha, pledged to support the school build two classrooms and a dorm to accommodate the increasing number of students.
Ochieng, who represented County director of education, Pius Ngoma challenged students to embrace discipline, integrity and set achievable targets to excel.
He said the sub county had no A plain in the examination and challenged candidates to strive attain quality grades to enable them join high institutions of learning.
Father Maticha challenged parents to shun attacking teachers at funerals and instead embrace dialogue to resolve conflicts affecting the school.