LACE Executive Director Ramses T. Kumbuyah
Principal Wants Fast-Track Cape Palmas High Upgrade
By John Bropleh, Maryland County Correspondent
HARPER March 7 (LINA) -The principal of the Cape Palmas High School in Maryland County is concerned about delays by the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) in completing renovation work on the school.
Mr. Hampson Murray said failure to complete the renovation, which started in 2011, before the coming rainy season could force an estimated 518 students out of school.
He told the Liberia News Agency (LINA) that the school has become vulnerable as a result of the ongoing renovation work, which has
left windows, doors, and the entire campus open.
He noted that the school was established to ensure academic excellence and wants this principle to be adhered to by providing conducive learning facilities and environment that will inspire the students to aspire for excellence.
Meanwhile, Principal Murray is commending the central Government through the Ministry of Education for deploying science teachers to the school.