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Schools and directors that made major contribution in enabling their students win Zagre Award receive prizes

12 high schools and directors in remote areas that made strenuous efforts to nurture outstanding students who won the Zagre Award received prizes yesterday from President Isaias Afwerki.
Asmara, 15 September 2010 – 12 high schools and directors in remote areas that made strenuous efforts to nurture outstanding students who won the Zagre Award received prizes yesterday from President Isaias Afwerki.

The prize include the Zagre Medal with the name of the respective school inscribed on it for the schools and hand watch for the directors. Such prizes awarded for schools in remote areas that emerged victorious through overcoming obvious adversities are aimed at encouraging the schools and their directors to redouble efforts for still greater achievements.

The schools that received award are Tsebra secondary school in Nacfa sub-zone, Tsorona High School, Areza Secondary School, Afabet High School, Daero Secondary School in Logo Anseba sub-zone,  Kudo Abuer High School in Emni Haili sub-zone, Mohammed Seid Shemsi Secondary School in She’ib sub-zone, Woldeab Woldemariam High School in Assab sub-zone, Mai-Mine Secondary School, Duta High School in Barentu sub-zone, Hadinet secondary school in Foro sub-zone and Tio High School.

The Warsay-Yikaalo School in Sawa was also awarded a similar prize for its double responsibility of nurturing academically competent students, in addition to inculcating the sentiment of nationalism in their minds.  

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