According to the architectural plan, the facility will comprise of two classroom blocks each with two doors, an office and a store, two latrine blocks for both male and female pupils each with 5 stances, bathing shelters and a 10,000-liter water tank.
According to the 2019 PLE result, Apoi primary school did not get any pupils in first, second and third grade. It, however, registered seven pupils in grade four and nine in division U, out of a candidate class of 16.
The strike came a day after management conducted an impromptu inspection in the student’s dormitories and confiscated unauthorized items including mobile phones, radio sets, solar systems and 12 bags of casual wear.
The trouble for the teachers stemmed from their late reporting when the first term had just opened. It is reported that most of the teachers reported either days or a week after the re-opening of 2019 term one.
Billy Okunyu, the Apac District Education Officer said the head teachers failed to meet the required performance targets in the 2018 Primary Leaving Examinations.According to Okunuyu, some of these head teachers have been performing so poorly in the administration and failing to managed funds meant to finance UPE activities among others.
Okunyu also says 31 head teachers and 57 deputies in government aided primary schools have been reshuffled. He says the move follows a huge decline in PLE performance. In 2014, Apac registered 241 PLE candidates from Apac district obtained first grades as compared to only 162 last year.
The arrested include, Ogali Darius Atigo, the deputy head teacher of Awila Primary school, in Akokoro Sub County, Otile Polino, the chairman of the school procurement committee and Adoc Joyce, the committee treasurer.