Salamaua High School in Morobe Province is still providing boarding services for its students for this academic year.
School Principal Norman Apul said despite the school loosing it’s male dormitories last year to fire, it continues on to provide boarding services this year.
He stated that more than 80 male students are still accommodated in campus though losing its two male dormitories during an arson case last year.
Apul said students are accommodated in one of the incomplete building which is 75 percent complete.
He added that only few students are housed at the school mess building.
Apul is calling on authorities from the Huon Gulf District and the Morobe Provincial Government to help fix its accommodation issues.