ABOR/VR: PTA Supports School with PPEs

The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) of ‘In My Father’s House’ School in Abor, have donated some Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other items to the management of the School to fight the coronavirus disease.

This was part of measures enacted by the Association support and safeguard both the Students and Teachers from the ugly spectacle of the corona virus.

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The items include face masks and shields, soft drinks, gallons of hand sanitizer and liquid soap, footballs, and rolls of tissue towels.

Chairman of the Association, Clemence Kafui Ansah who presented the items on behalf of the PTA noted that there is the need for all parents and individuals to ensure proper monitoring on safety for staff and pupils of the School.

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He indicated that Covid-19 is still on the upsurge hence the need to support the students and teachers in whatever way the association deems fit. 

Mr. Ansah further called on benevolent organisations to also contribute to the safety of the students especially in this COVID era.

The Headmaster of the school Mr. John Agbadi, upon receipt of the items lauded the massive effort of the association to protect the students and teachers against the corona virus.

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He urged them to continue the good work and pledged his commitment to ensuring that the items are used purposefully. 

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Story By: Blamey K. Kekeli/SandcityRadio/Keta-VR


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