Forces Senior High Technical School Celebrates its Maiden Homecoming

The Forces Old Students Association (FOSA), last Thursday praised its maiden homecoming at Burma camp in Accra. The multi-day festivity under the topic: “Quality Education and Discipline, My Role”, was planned for rejoining every past student of the school and revive graduated class exercises that will encourage advancement of the school.

Propelling the occasion at the Garrison Methodist Presbyterian Church (GMPC), the President of FOSA, Mr Harrison Ashong Tawiah said the basic role of rejoining every past student of Forces Senior High Technical School (FSHTS), was to help raise assets to build a ultra-present day sickbay to provide food for the social insurance of students.

As per him ,the old students organized the sickbay since they accepted the obligation of thinking about students goes past study hall sessions and that students depended unto the consideration of the school ought to be in sound health consistently .

He said the sickbay will be positioned with medical equipments, medications and hardware for crisis care, including that ideal soundness of students in school improves their learning experience.

He along these lines spoke to every single past student, guardians, people, corporate associations and the Military High Command to help the reason. He likewise beseeched proceeding with students to join the Association after fulfillment to help contribute their portion to the advancement of the school .

The Guest speaker of the event, Member of Parliament (MP) for La Dadekotopon Constituency and Deputy Minister for Communication, Vincent Sowah Odotei in his discourse praised the FOSA officials for such an activity to rejoin old students to think back and share thoughts to help the formative motivation of the school.

Refering to the topic for the festival, Hon Sowah Odotei said quality training is bolstered by three key columns, which are guaranteeing access to quality educators, giving the utilization of value instructing and learning materials and building up a sheltered and helpful condition for understudies. He encouraged FOSA to help its place of graduation to turn into a model school in Ghana. He further guaranteed the school specialists that he will recover his vow to give office supplies to the school.

The Guest of Honor, Commander Support Services Brigade Group, Brig Gen Stanley Brian Alloh said he was happy to share such a vital occasion with individuals from FOSA and to address a portion of the difficulties of the school.

As a component of keeping up discipline in the school , he begged the school specialists to guarantee all first year students join the cadet corps. He likewise proposed to FOSA officials to lead Career normal Guidance and Counseling projects to help proceeding with students in their vocation ways.

The Chairperson of the event, Col Anita Asmah in her comments said thanks to FOSA for the gift of books to stock the library and 100 plastic seats. She asked the present understudies to make progress toward greatness in all that they do, particularly in their scholastics.

The multi day program was described by exercises, for example, understudy make show, Bon fire and Jama night,health walk, therapeutic screening, nourishment bazaar, live band and peaked with a thanksgiving administration.

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