Kilusakwalo Christain Community High School (KCCHS) students have been urged to look after their new learning facilities for the benefit of the current and future students.
Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development Undersecretary Ambrose Malefoasi made the call yesterday when he officially handed over the new science and home economic labs over to the school.
Mr. Malefoasi said the facilities are very important learning assets that other schools in the country lack.
He therefore urged the students to look after them so that the future generation can use it.
He appealed to students to stop necessary vandalism on the new donated facilities.
“Vandalism is a common bad practice that is found in almost every school in the country.”
While he encourages the students, staff and the community to look after the facilities, he also congratulated KCCHS for their collective effort which sees the handing over of the two news facilities back to the school to be used.
By BIRIAU WILSON SAENI