A junior school academy has drawn public attention for maliciously posting a huge burden to parents in the name of Competency-Base Curriculum.
According to the whistle blower, students of Vineyard Academy in Donholm were expected to avail themselves with food commodities for course work. Parents were expected to pack the following for class activities an old calendar, 0.4 kilograms of rice beans and green grams, office glue and four food colours.
The informant was certain that parents were going through an uphill task to ensure that their children enjoy a meal. Therefore, the parents should be spared with unnecessary burdens. This is due to the fact that the junior students would end up wasting the food in a classroom setting.
The school head should control what parents are requested to provide for their children apart from, the school fees.
Some parts of Marsabit County are experiencing drought. It is unbelievable that some institutions can waste food while other people are starving due to lack of food.
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