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Warsay-Yikaalo Secondary School Completes 2010/11 Academic Year

The Warsay-Yikaalo Secondary School in Sawa has completed the 2010/2011 academic year. Speaking at the closing ceremony on March 26, the director of the school, Mr. Kiflai Andemichael, congratulated students, teachers, caretakers and parents, and indicated that over 100,000 students from the school participated in the National School Leaving Certificate Examination within the past 9  years. Sawa, 28 March 2011 – The Warsay-Yikaalo Secondary School in Sawa has completed the 2010/2011 academic year. Speaking at the closing ceremony on March 26, the director of the school, Mr. Kiflai Andemichael, congratulated students, teachers, caretakers and parents, and indicated that over 100,000 students from the school participated in the National School Leaving Certificate Examination within the past 9  years.

He pointed out the school enrolled students from 69 schools in different parts of the country, and that the number of female students has increased by over 42%. Noting that various programs were implemented this year for the success of student-centered curriculum which borne fruitful outcome, Mr. Kiflai explained that special attention was given to the task of inculcating noble values and discipline, beyond promoting academic merit.

Also on the occasion, the Minister of Education, Mr. Semere Russom, awarded prizes to outstanding students and exemplary teachers. Besides, the Ministry awarded TV set to the caretaker units each numbering 5.

Mr. Semere stated that the participation of students in the Warsay-Yikaalo Secondary School reflects the overall picture of the entire Eritrean society. Efforts are also underway to upgrade the competence of teachers, and that high school textbooks in all subjects would be made fully available as of the next academic year.

Sports activities, artistic show and exhibition featured at the closing ceremony.

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