The Class 84 of Olds Boys’ Association, St. Pius Grammar School, Onicha-Ugbo in Aniocha-North Local Government Area of Delta State has stressed the need to upgrade the school’s educational standard.
The association stated this at Onicha-Ugbo community, during its 5th Bi-Annual Convention, themed, ‘Harnessing New Frontiers of Consolidation’.
Mr. Austin Omordi, National President of the Association, in his addresss, said the school must return to the path of glory, stating that the school was now a shadow of itself.
Stressing that the convention was aimed at repositioning the association for the overall gain of the school, Omordi pleaded with members to deliberate on how to contribute to the positive development of the school.
He said: “We are at the point of harnessing new frontiers, aimed at repositioning the association and the school, as we seek to consolidate on the gains thy puts us on the lime light.”
The association donated several materials to the school such as books, bed sheets, chairs, mower, among others.
Meanwhile, Mr Austin Nwanu, the Asaba Branch President of the association, appreciated commended the members, saying their cooperation enabled the branch to record meaningful progress.
Mr Tim Maha Felix, the Warri branch president, called on members to function in full capacity, as they strife to strengthen the educational wealth of the school.
Rev. Dr. Anthony Banye, principal of the school, who was represented by Rev. Father Solomon Ukwumadu, the music teacher, appealed to the association to attend to needs of the school ranging from new classroom blocks, construction of adjourning roads linking the school to the express road amongst others.