Principal Urged Parents, Students To Increase Their Trust In God
The Principal of Holy Cross International College, HCIC Yaounde, Sis. Constance has called on parents and students to increase their trust and believe in God as schools resume for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.
Speaking shortly after lessons began at HCIC, Sis. Constance said, it is a worrisome situation to note that the school is beginning within the context of COVID-19 pandemic. To this end, she said, only prayers; trust and believe in God alongside respecting all barriers measures put in place by the government will help to eradicate the pandemic.
Concerning the school, she said the administration has done everything possible to make sure the environment is free and safe from COVID-19. She assured parents that, just like the Form 5 and Upper Sixth students stayed safe in school when they were writing their end of year examination, all the students will continue to stay safe.
“We have disinfected our school campus. Our compound is safe, free and ready for classes. Dormitories, classrooms and refractories have been arranged respecting social distancing,” she said.
She added that, “The school is looking forward to putting extra-effort in bringing up the children. There will be a one-one coaching between teachers and students. In addition, the timetable has been crafted to help bring up the children to the standard that they are going to excel.”
“I am happy and excited to see my beloved children again after this unprecedented long break. Together we shall produce the best. We shall make HCIC a place to always be,” she added.
Pupils and students in Cameroon are going back to school after the teaching/learning process was forcefully stopped in March 2020 due to the outbreak of the corona-virus pandemic in the country. HCIC registered 100-percent pass in the Cameroon GCE Examinations.
By Etienne Mainimo