LAE Secondary School board chairman Steven Mesa has praised the school for achieving high standards this year.
He told more than 300 students and their parents during the Grade 12 graduation ceremony last Thursday yesterday that 2014 had been “a good year” for the school. “From the view point of the governing council is the executive of the zero tolerance policy that governs the general behaviour of the students and give their parents and guardians the view of the running of the school,’ he said.
Mesa said education zero tolerance was initiated by the school’s parents, teachers and citizens association in February and which was adopted by the provincial government in March.
“Implementing the zero tolerance policy in the school is that it did not only become just the policy but we here in the school both the administration and the governing council we execute the policy,” Mesa said.
He urged the school management, teachers and parents to work hard to maintain the policy.
“Lae Secondary School, in terms of financial administration, runs on a K3.5 million budget which is an average figure that is controlled and expanded only by the school administration without the board’s involvement as we have big trust in principal Christopher Raymond and his administrators that have seen the school left with the balance of K1.1 to K1.2 million in the account,” Mesa said.
He said the school aimed to ensure that funds were available to maintain operations until it receive its 2015 government subsidies.
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