The management of the Krachi Senior High Technical School are calling on the government to come to their aid as the school lacks the needed infrastruc
The management of the Krachi Senior High Technical School are calling on the government to come to their aid as the school lacks the needed infrastructure to aid teaching and learning.
According to the management due to the lack of adequate classroom and boarding facility in the school, admitting students have become a challenge to them.
[ads1]According to the school’s authority, all building projects under the GETFund anticipated to have been completed before the new batch of students are admitted into the school, have come to a standstill and this is affecting teaching and learning of the school.
The Krachi Senior High Technical School is the second public second cycle institution serving the technical educational needs of people of Kete-Krachi and surrounding communities in the Krachi West District of the Volta Region. This makes enrolment into the school to continually increase, but that cannot be said about its corresponding infrastructure.
The school practical room on campus is non-functional and also under lock. The teachers and students share the same washroom facility.
The teachers have no common room, therefore, has to find consolation under shade of Tree as teachers’ common hall.
Some students also complain bitterly about teaching and learning materials which are not available in the school and they are made to study under the dilapidated structure.
The Senior Housemaster of the school Ken Tawiah Agudey noted that currently, the huge challenge facing the school is that of classrooms and an assembly hall.
But speaking to the District Chief Executive of the Area, Douglas Adjei Nti, noted that, projects such as a two storey-12 unit classroom block, and other projects by the GETFUND have all come to a standstill but work will begin soon to give the school a facelift.