A 13-member board of governors for the
Adobewora Community Day Senior High School (ADOSS) in the Atwima Mponua District of the Ashanti Region has been constituted to run the affairs of the school .
In a speech, read on her behalf by the Regional Head of Human Resource Unit, Ghana Education Service (GES), Mr David Oppong, at the inaugural ceremony at
She urged them to produce a school of excellence comparable to any first-class school in the country.
The 13-member board is made up of the Headmaster of the school,
The rest include representatives from the office of the Director-General of the GES, office of the founder of the school, the district assembly, old students association, Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) and the teaching and non-teaching staff.
The interim Chairman,
He charged the students to stay away from using and abusing hard drugs, especially Tramadol, which could derail their potential and
The headmaster noted that the major challenge confronting the school was the deplorable road network in the community and recounted an experience where the school’s bus which was returning to the school with students on-board after a sporting festival in Kumasi, had to spend the night at Kwanfinfi, a nearby town, because it had rained heavily making the road unmotorable.
Another challenge he mentioned was the lack of accommodation for teachers and students and appealed to the government to consider building a dormitory block for the school.
He said some students lived as far as six
The Chief of Adobewora, Nana Kofi Boamponsem, assured the school of his continuous support in making it one of the best in the region.