Warangoi Secondary School in East New Britain Province, will be launching two projects that will take place this year.
This includes the launching of a new school truck worth K155, 000 as well as two school policy books created by both the Principal and the Deputy Principal of the school.
According to School Principal, Mrs. Naomi Vuvu, the first policy book is titled BMP which stands for Behavioral Management Policy (BMP) and the second policy book is called SLIP which is the School Improvement Plan Policy.
Mrs Vuvu said that both books will serve its’ purpose on shaping the school in terms of discipline, academic and financial stability.
“As for the Behavioral Management Policy Book, we will use that for the discipline of the school.”
“This book will be used as a guidance for students in disciplining them well and putting them on the right path,” Mrs Vuvu said.
“For the second book which is the School Improvement Policy, this book is more tied to the budget of the school. How we spend the school’s project fees and so forth will reflect on this book. Therefore, it is important we have this book so the school is guided on how to spend money wisely.”
Mrs Vuvu added that funding for the school truck as well as the two policy books have been funded and taken from the school’s project fees.
“This is the first time for the school to be funding our own projects without the help of anyone in authority. Though it is quite challenging for the school, it is also an accomplishment because this shows how independent we are as well.”
Mrs Vuvu said that the official launching of the projects will be launched by the Member of the Pomio, Honorable, Elias Kapavore.
Apart from the launching, the school has an upcoming project that is set to take place soon and that is the duplex houses for the teachers.
Mrs Vuvu said the duplex houses will also be funded by the school itself worth K460, 000.
“These are the projects that we the school are funding for the benefit of our students and staff. This comes with improving the quality of infrastructures and education in the school.”
Mrs Vuvu further added that the school is looking forward to a good outcome from these projects and hopes for a better and improved school for the sake of the students and teachers.