HALE School from Australia has stepped in to assist Siro community high school with lightings and computer appliances over the weekend.
The handing over of the equipment was done at Siro school ground, in Ngella Central province.
“Thank you for the gifts Hale school,” the school’s principal James Irarawauri said.
“These gifts will surely help boost the morale of the students here.”
He told the Solomon Star that the school was happy with the gifts.
The gifts included a generator, eight laptops, a chainaaw and school stationeries and sporting equipment.
Principal Irarawauri added that it was a true friend who did that for such rural school located in rural areas of Ngella.
“Thank you Hale school for the support.”
Fr Dougall told the School, these gift were from his students.
“Hale students want to help you with these gifts to help improve your school to provide excellent learning environment for the local students,” Fr Dougall said.
“We are friends, these are to help friends who in need of such things,” he said.
He urged the school board to look after the gifts well for the betterment of the school from now and onwards.
Hale school usually supports school that are in need.
According to Siro school principal, this was their fourth visit to the country and to Siro .
The group first arrived in the country in 2009.
They returned in 2011 and 2013 where they came and build dormitories for Siro and installed solar systems there.
By LESLEY SANGA