The Warsay Yikealo Secondary School in Sawa conducted work assessment meeting of the past 5 years from 5 to 7 March. Sawa, 11 March, 2012- The Warsay Yikealo Secondary School in Sawa conducted work assessment meeting of the past 5 years from 5 to 7 March.
In a report he presented during the meeting, Director of the School Mr. Kiflay Andemichael said that since its establishment 10 years ago the Warsay Yikealo Secondary School has accommodated about 120,000 students. He also reminded the need to chart future plan that would encompass curbing present challenges and as well as strengthening opportunities and advantages witnessed at the school.
Pointing out the positive influence recorded in the initiative taken at the school within the last 5 years in peer education programs and school based pedagogy, Mr. Kiflay said that their liabilities were primarily because of the backgrounds students brought with them to the school.
Noting that the Warsay Yikealo Secondary School has gradually made improvements in its working and organizational procedures, director of the office of the Minister of Education, Mr. Mehari Menghisteab, on his part underlined the need for continuous efforts and supervision in a bid to maintain the progresses so far achieved.
Following presentations on the previous and prevailing teaching-learning process in details, various department heads at the school assessed its positive as well as negative sides recorded thus far.
Also during the meeting, head of Monitoring of Institutions of Higher Learning at the PFDJ, Mr. Kaleab Haile, said that the Government is working relentlessly to equip students who did not acquire opportunities for higher learning with vocational skills.