Laloato school eyes better education system


LALOATO Community High School (CHS) in Guadalcanal Province is now focusing for a better standardised system in their schools education.

School Principal Mr Ishmael Tabeti during celebrating the Official opening of their new boy’s dormitory last week said they need to further strategically systemise their methods of daily administration from top to bottom lines for improvement.

“These strategies cannot be achieved if there are no infrastructural developments. We need improvements in our working and living conditions. Thus, I want to declare that we need change. Change for a better and standardized system in our schools and education system,” said Mr Tabeti.

He reminded the school that the dormitory they have built is just a small step in achieving infrastructures for Laloato CHS.

“This success taken is just the beginning. But you must stand for more than that. You must find your place in promoting the change in our school as the change we now speak off is the change our nation demands.

“The change we need to see in our schools and the change we need to see in our communities and along the coasts of Weather Coast.”

The dormitory project is under Japan’s Grassroots and Human Security Project Scheme contributing SBD$494,341.50 in total last year.

Embassy of Japan representative attending the handing over ceremony expressed their appreciation of the strong leadership by the School Principal and all Board members in handling the project properly from its beginning reaching completion.

“Education is the essential of development. Under the Japan Grassroots and Human Security Projects Scheme, School Projects is one of the priority areas to focus on basic human needs of the people of Solomon Islands,” said the Embassy of Japan representative.


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