The Headmaster of Ada Senior High Technical School, Mr. Abraham Tetteh Narh Saam, has appealed to government to help in providing a six unit classroom block to accommodate the 800 first year students allocated to the school this year.
He said the school, which was the only senior high in the Ada West District lacked adequate classrooms, and if urgent measures were not taken to improve the situation, it would be unable to admit all the students allocated to the school.
Mr. Narh made the appeal when the School’s Parent Teacher Association handed over a new Information and Communication Technology (ICT) centre to the school on Saturday.
In the past, part of the school’s library was used as an ICT section.
Mr. Narh explained that a classroom block built about four years ago had developed deep cracks on the floor.
He expressed gratitude to the P.T.A for their support in helping to improve teaching and learning in the school.
Mr. Gideon C. Akwerh, Chairman of the P.T.A, said the association was committed to helping the school to achieve its aims.
He also appealed to government to help provide the school with a bus and complete the assembly hall and dinning projects which had stalled for four years.
From Godfred Blay Gibbah, Sege