Kpastech PTA Meet Parents Over Matters Arising And Students Welfare.


The Executive of the Parent/Teacher Association of Kpassa Senior High Technical School in the Oti region has, July 13 meet parents of students of the school to discuss how best to handle issues of the welfare of the students, current happenings, and the school.

The decision follows some emergency meetings by the school’s Board of Governors in the aftermath of the recent matters speculating and hunting the girls in their dorm a couple of days ago.

Close interactions with some of the girls indicate that unknown sounds and screaming voices at midnight, drops of blood on the corridors, and many other strange things that are causing fear and panic to them, this has sent some students whose parents leave in and around Kpassa home as others couldn’t get that opportunity and still waiting for response and actions from authority.

Abraham Babum Bigirni, Senior HouseMaster has revealed some bad attitudes of people from town making themselves teachers after the official teaching periods and pleaded with the community to leave their students alone after classes.

 “The act of students leaving the school premises without permission including many others that the management and staff are ready to handle with immediate effect” He, therefore, encouraged parents to get a teacher’s number to be checking how their child is doing in school.

Ubor Konja Tasan IV, Paramount chief of Kpassa and Board chairman of the school in his speech has thanked both teaching and non-teaching staff of the school for their contribution towards the development of the school. He said it’s a great privilege given to him to serve as a board chairman to his former school and promise to protect the integrity of the school and the welfare of the students.

According to him, management has put before him the current challenges confronting the students and the school of which he’s coming to look at it both physical and spiritual.

Moreover, Ubor Konja IV told parents the school management has witnessed some so-called Ghetto’s and falls prophet in the school that as a matter of urgent he’s coming to scratch away those Ghettos and investigate in the prophet and other matters happing.

Finally, Ubor Konja Tasan IV has appealed to parents to monitor their wards in school and after school. He said free SHS has made some parents relatable and unconcern about their wards academic performance and welfare, he, therefore, entreat any parents as said earlier by the senior housefather to at least get a teacher who will monitor their child’s in and out in the school.

“The time has come for the board to critically look at how best we can help solve these problems of our students having ghettos, smoking, and other spiritual matters, for such activities instead of productive activities” he added.

All things being equal, parents have agreed to pay 50gh to support the school in completing their fence wall to boost their security system.

The meeting was held in the absence of the headmaster due to some undisclosed reasons.