Senior Educationist Opito asks parents to monitor their children closely

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Mr. Jimmy Opito, a senior educationist and the director of Exodus Junior in Akwon Sub County Amolatar district has directed the parents to closely monitor their children’s movement while they are in for their holidays.

Opito was speaking on Friday 11th/Aug/2023 at the school while breaking off their children for the second term holidays where he said for the three months they have been struggling with the children and now it is parents turn to look after their children since the teachers may not be able to reach each and every child.

He said that children shouldn’t be left but they need guidance that during holidays it is the responsibility of the parents to provide to their children.

“A child should not be left roaming but should be given advise we as the school we have struggle and now that they are going home it is the parents turn to do so monitor your children movement you know they are slippery” Opito Said

He advice the children not to forget their books while spending their holidays since this is not the end of studies. He said pupils should aim for higher level.

He applauded parents for cooperating with them in the daily running of the school which has made their work easier and providing suitable knowledge to the learners.

Okello Umar the chairperson parents’ teachers association appealed to pupils not disrespect their parents since they are the once that blesses them.   

Umar added that the school leadership is committed to providing everything to see that the school records good performance in the nearby future.

Exodus Junior School is located in Akwon Sub County Amolatar district now has an enrollment of over 400 pupils and has been among the top performing schools in the district and it is dedicated to providing quality education to the community in and around the region.