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Kisangara Family Education Trust donates 200 text books to Rwenzori High School

By Obed Kithende

Rwenzori High School has received a consignment of 200 text books to enrich the school’s library.

The books donated by the Kisangara Family Education Trust were delivered at the school campus today by Yoson Baluku.

While delivering the books, Baluku said the donation is part of the efforts by the Trust to revamp the once academic giant of the Rwenzori sub region. 

Baluku added that the books, copies of the recently published Guide to O’ level English authored by Exevia Kule, a teacher of English language who is also an old boy of the institution, will go a long way in  helping learners comprehend English better and subsequently boost their performance in the rest of the subjects. He courted the learners especially those in the candidate class to maximally make use of books. 

William Bwambale, the Deputy Head teacher at the school said the newly acquired books will enrich the library and increase the resources at the disposal of students. Bwambale, who also revealed that the school’s enrollment has risen from about 500 learners to more than 700, expressed gratitude to the Kisangara Education and committed to using the books to better the performance of the 52 year -old education facility.

Alex Balinda, the school’s Director of Studies said that learners had already formed discussion groups, adding that he was confident that the discipline being exhibited by the current students would propel them to academic excellence.

Flavia Masika. a senior four student thanked Kisangara Education Trust for the new batch of text books procured. Masika added that the novels and other text books that were procured earlier were already playing a role in improving their command of the English language.

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