De Youngsters supports special schools

donationDe Youngsters International School has donated assorted items in support of three special schools towards the upkeep of their pupils.

The items, which included bags of rice, maize, beans, sugar, gari, gallons of cooking oil, boxes of confectionaries, boxes of soap and toiletries were presented to the three schools at separate events.

The beneficiary schools were the Dzorwulu Special School in Accra and the Akropong School for the Blind and Mampong Demonstration School for the Deaf, both in the Eastern Region.

It was part of the school annual support for the disadvantaged in the society.

Mrs. Wendy de Youngster Bastine, Deputy Director of the School, presenting the items, said the school was determined to support the education of the physically disabled children.

That, she said was the only way to develop the talents of such children and to enable them to grow to become independent adults.

She commended the teachers of the various special schools for their immense contribution and sacrifices in educating physically challenged children, and assured the school of continuous assistance.

Mr. Atsu Hormadzi, Assistant Headmaster of the Akrpong School for the Blind, Mr. Solomon Kwashie, headmaster for the Mampong Demonstration School for the Deaf and Mr. Frederick Tetteh, assistant headmaster of Dzorwulu Special School, all thanked the management of De Youngster’s for their support which they described as timely.

By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme

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