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2007 STATE OF SCHOOL REPORT BY NZEMEKA E. OLISAH, PRINCIPAL

CHRIST THE KING COLLEGE, (C. K. C) ONITSHA

TARGET AUDIENCE: OLD BOYS ASSOCIATION OF THE COLLEGE

 

 

I greet you all in the name of the Lord. It is with deep joy and a thankful heart that I once again present to you the 2007 STATE OF THE SCHOOL REPORT. In this edition, I shall update the activities in our great alma mater from July 2007 to June 2008. The report will, in my usual pattern be presented in two parts viz:

 

  • The Journey so far
  • Proposals for the future

 

A.     THE JOURNEY SO FAR

Discipline: We have continued to make substantial progress in our effort to make our students imbibe discipline. I am glad to say that our efforts in making our students acquire good morals have continued to yield more positive results. This is seen from the encomium showered on the principal and staff of the college by the general public. Also many students who have graduated from the school and have been enrolled into tertiary institutions have come to realize the all-important role which the school, authority played in shaping their lives for the better. Hence, some of them have been expressing their gratitude to the school through various ways. Some even ask for the opportunity to talk to the present students on the need to heed to the advice of the school authority and always obey school rules and regulations for their own good.

 

Nevertheless, an Igbo adage has it that, “there is no fence/wall without lizards”. This goes to show that there are still some recalcitrant students who occasionally exhibit one form of undesirable behaviour or the other. Depending on the nature or magnitude of the offence, the following forms of punishment are given to serve as corrective measure or deterrent to others:-

 

·        The offenders are given manual labour

·        Those of them who are suspended for a definite period are asked to report to the school with their parents at the expiration of the suspension to write a letter of undertaking which will be countersigned by the parents.

 

Again, in an attempt to close the gap between the school and their homes, we have sensitised the parents to give us reports of their children’s behaviour, especially the day students. This approach is also yielding good results. Moreover, because of the large population and the difficulty in identifying the students, we have directed them to neatly print their names in full on the collars of their shirts and on their trousers. This measure has drastically reduced indiscipline among the students and pilfering school uniform from the boarding house.

           

The present high tone of the school has resulted to parents from all over Anambra State and beyond being eager to get their children/wards admitted into C. K. C... See Complete document of 2008 STATE OF SCHOOL REPORT BY NZEMEKA E

 

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