Moi Boys High School Kabartonjo in Baringo has been lauded for its unique annual programme that aims to identify and hone talent amongst students.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) County Director for Baringo Jackson Ogeto was on the forefront in recognizing the institution for its keen focus on talent development through the yearly event dubbed Tamasha.
He praised the initiative as one that takes into account the basic tenets of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC), pointing out that it sets a proper background for the Junior Secondary School (JSS) students.
Congratulating the Chief Principal Samuel Akufa for transforming the school, the county director assured that the ministry was fully committed in supporting the school in in its growth agenda.
Ogeto asked the students to instil self-discipline and self-control for better management of their lives after high school.
He identified vices like drugs, indiscipline and peer pressure as impediments to success that immerse young people in temporal pleasure.
Akufa commended the students for their pivotal role in exhibiting an array of talents ranging from speaking, dancing, acrobatics, and oral literature among others, saying that the messages conveyed was a replica of what is happening in the society.
He added that the school’s secret towards relevance is discipline and holistic development, plus an unwavering spirit of hard work.
The school is renowned for stepping up measures to mitigate climate change by planting a record 3,000 trees through the efforts of a volunteer group of 142 students.
By Alfred Kimosop
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