NTUNGAMO- A cross section of Muntuyera High School Kitunga old boys have donated masks to the candidates and staff as corporate social responsibility to avoid the spread of coronavirus once they are back to school this week.
The head teacher Joseph Twine Muganga said a group of four old boys have contributed funds to procure the Masks for candidates who are reporting back to school on Thursday.
Muganga said this has helped students to have a uniform mask at school. “This will bring uniformity at our school as S6 have their own color that matches with their uniform as well as S4 candidates,” he said.
He added that each candidate will receive two washable masks as well as teachers. He said the ministry has a limited number of teachers and staff at school to only those who handle candidate’s classes and the rest will report next year when other students report.
“We have received 500 masks for students and 100 for teachers and they are of the best quality which will take them throughout the learning season,” he said.
He identified the old boys who donated to the students and teachers as Killian Tumwebaze, Asaph Abenaitwe, Godfrey Arainitwe and Johnson Arinaitwe.
“This is part of the other donations they are giving school to bring back its original glory and uplift its standards high,” he said.
Muganga said the students will find the masks at the gate on the rival. He said they are marked as MHSK staff, MHSK S6 001 and MHSK S4 001 an abbreviations for their school Muntuyera high school Kitunga.
He said though inspectors have not inspected them to see if they match with SOPs but am sure we have fulfilled everything and we are ready to resume studies.
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