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School Heads Hope To Continue Raising Academic Standards

My father works as the supervisor at Valebasoga Tropik Board Limited in Labasa and is very proud to see me become the head girl.“I would like to thank the teachers for having faith in me and I promise to diligently perform my role.
02 Feb 2019 11:00
School Heads Hope To Continue Raising Academic Standards

Arfa Bi, 18, was happy that she was selected as head girl. This means a big thumbs up from her parents.

“I am fortunate that I have a very understanding father, Mohammed Hafif Khan, and he promised to support my ambition,” Arfa said.

“My father works as the supervisor at Valebasoga Tropik Board Limited in La­basa and is very proud to see me become the head girl.

“I would like to thank the teachers for having faith in me and I promise to diligent­ly perform my role.”

Meanwhile, the newly in­ducted head boy Muzammil Khan, 17, of Valebasoga, La­basa, said he knew he would be the head boy of the school because he was the junior head boy last year.

“I feel very happy and had promised my principal, Ahmed Tauwab, that I would continue to raise the educa­tion standard of the school,” Muzammil said.

“Since 2016 our school has recorded 100 per cent pass in the Fiji Year 13 Certificate Examination and 91 per cent in the Fiji Year 12 Certificate Examination.”

Aspiring to become a vet­erinarian, the eldest of three siblings said this will only be achieved by working togeth­er with 110 students from Year Nine to 13, 20 teachers and 27 prefects.”

The chief guest was the Northern Divisional Educa­tion officer, Selemo Droka­maisau, advised the prefects to be fair, humble, honest, confident, patient, and be role models for the students under their charge.

The deputy heads are: Raj­neel Prasad and Oznur Hus­sain.

Edited by Susana Tuilau

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