The 2005 Year Group of Jachie Pramso Senior High School Old Students Association (JAPOSA) has donated 12 dustbins worth over GH¢2,000 to their alma mater.
It is also to ensure that MIGHTY JAPASS, which has a reputation as being one of the cleanest schools in the region, continues to maintain its high standards.
Mr Mathew Nyame who led the group to made the presentation, said the donation was to complement the efforts of government and stakeholders to improve the sanitation in the school in the era of Covid-19.
“This school has made us who we are today and it is only appropriate that we give back to support the activities of the school. We are more than grateful and we need to contribute to support the current students to farewell,” he said.
The 2005 Year Group also held a Mentorship session for the students.
The session, saw old students from various professions share their experiences and what students needed to do to get into the various fields.
Mr Seidu Issah a lecturer at Legon who is also an old student speak on indiscipline and its effects on education.
He noted that indiscipline had become a serious problem across most SHS in the country saying “Indiscipline is expensive for nation-building because it is destructive, and can destroy the overall performance of students and their future.”
Mr Samuel Arthur Customs Officer, urged students to be steadfast and listen to their elders and teachers to forestall indiscipline behaviour in school.
Mad. Naomi Owusu-Aboagye, Assistant Headmaster of Japass, who received the items thanked the 2005 year group for the kind gesture and asked stakeholders to support the development of the school.
She said old students of JAPASS had been very supportive and urged them to continue to help them as Oliver Twist always asked for more.