Disturbances force Siota school to downsize


IF Siota Provincial Secondary School’s (PSS) Administration continues to be disturbed from operating properly then its student size will be reduced by doing away with junior forms.

This is according to the Premier of Central Islands Province (CIP) Hon Patrick Vasuni recently when the province was struggling to re-improve the school’s fallen administration during the past year.

“Knowing very well that there are two community high schools near Siota PSS, we can leave them to concentrate with junior Forms while the Premier school of the province can concentrate on the senior level,” said Mr Vasuni.

The Premier recently meeting with the provincial Education Authority (EA) and new School Administration of Siota PSS said they are expecting the community around Siota to help look after the school as well because the establishment there has been a benefit for everyone.

Siota PSS Administration is now under the monitor of both the Education Authority and Provincial Executive.

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