SUBEB Chairman Stresses Importance of Open Day Visit in Primary Schools

May 17, 2012

The Chairman of the Ekiti  State Universal Basic Education Board, (SUBEB), Professor Modupe Adelabu has said that the open-day visit recently introduced by the board in public pimary schools in the state was meant to enable parents  assess the activities of their children in their various schools.

Professor Adelabu  who made the assertion  at the SUBEB Model Nursery and Primary School,  Efon Alaaye-Ekiti in Efon Local Government Area of the State urged parents to support teachers in raining the pupils.

She commended women for their large turn out and urged fathers to check their children’s school works regularly, stressing that delinquent children could also be counselled.

Professor Adelabu added that the open-day was set aside as free days for parents to talk to the teachers, ask questions on the activities of their wards, their various challenges and to profer solutions to those problems.

The Caretaker Chairman of Efon Local Government,  Dr. Adio Folayan who commended Governor Kayode Fayemi for fully  implementing the 8-point agenda of his administration to the letter said seven health centres were under construction in the Local Government.

Dr. Folayan revealed further that electricity supply had improved noting that infrastructures were receiving attention in the Local Government.

He advised parents to take good care of their children describing them as future leaders of the country.

The SUBEB Chairman and her entourage visited three local government areas which include Efon, Ijero and Ekiti South West Local Government Areas.

The open-day visit which started on May 14, 2012 would be rounded off on May 23, 2012 with Ikere and Ado-Ekiti Local Government Areas.

Last modified: May 17, 2012

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