Torit, 30th May 2018. The Speaker Kapoeta State Legislative Assembly is challenging students of Chukudum Secondary School to maintain discipline during their school.
Peter Bosco says students to be punctual and maintain times of study in order to attain bright future.
Bosco blames students for late reporting to school during opening of the next term.
He also encourages them to make use of their teachers’ generosity for their continuous services despite salary delay.
Chukudum Secondary School Headmaster, Roman Loki Iko advises the students to make use of the carrier guidance to excel academically.
Headmaster Loki also reminds students to ensure that they obtain school uniforms as term two begins.
Meanwhile Loyel Paul John, Deputy Headmaster for Academic Affairs at the school, urges the authorities concerned to ensure equal opportunities for scholarships to all.
Loyel complains that his students have no chances to further their studies after accomplishing their ordinary level.
7/7/2019 05:48:39 pm
The speaker really did a great job. Under my research and observation, discipline is the key to any struggles we are facing right now. Whether it is a problem with traffic, increasing of criminals and problems encountered in both school and workplace. The discipline must have been grown on an individual itself. It has to be started from the person who really wanted change. Students nowadays tend to forget this word. Trust me, it is better to study than to work.
12/8/2019 05:51:59 pm
Students must mold their discipline even in a very young age. I suggest that discipline must really start at home and by school. It is really hard if you do not know this word. It really works at different aspect. It can be at work, at school, in the gym and everything you do. Once you do not do this, you continuously fail to do the tasks you are expected to do. Maintaining discipline is as hard as having one.
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