In abide to beautify the school structures that were in faded state, Maj. Gen. Moses Rwakitarate, the commander Vital assets in UPDF, and Entebbe Division ‘A’ speaker, Complex Kafeero plus fellow alumni have stepped up efforts to refurbish and repaint glorious Lake Victoria school structures.
Maj.Gen. Rwakitarate ,who attended Lake Victoria school for 7years, says he was not pleased with the looks of the school structures and to express his concern he responded by buying chain links and concrete poles to fence off the whole school and also give it a facelift. In the same vein, Entebbe Division ‘A’ speaker Complex Kafeero, has sponsored the repainting of the school Administration block while Baker Kamya class of 2010, generously sponsored the repainting of school main hall on top of fixing broken glasses on it.
Other alumni fixed two new beautiful gates that is main gate and exit gate in addition to installing a modern pole which hosts the school flag.
The school Headteacher, Stephen Nabende in an exclusive interview with the media, said he was grateful with the school alumni, who are concerned with the state of their former school by sacrificing some money to give it a complete facelift . He, however scoffed at his haters who were posting faded school structures on social media saying their attempt to decampaign his abled leadership is nolonger any more.
Hardworking soft spoken Nabende revealed that through contributions from the old students and well wishers, the school has been able to install four powerful solar panels each with capacity of 150 wats. He says following the installation of these solar panels, the school now saves Shs. 450,000 per month in electricity bills.
He added that through proceeds from last year’s marathon, the school has installed a mega water harvest tank with a capacity of 10,000 liters plus a smart tank (1,000 liters) for the purification of drinking water for learners. He asserts that these two water tanks have helped the school to reduce its monthly budget in terms of fuel and paying utility bills saying every month the school saves Shs. 150,000 in water bills.
Nabende also revealed that the school has been able to renovate its waterborne toilets in addition to providing more single-seaters for the ever-growing school population.
He further disclosed that because the school offers quality education to learners, and it has been consistent in excelling in national exams, as a token of appreciation in the coming financial year 2024/2025, Entebbe Division A has pledged to renovate the lower section of the school by removing all the asbestos and replace them with strong iron sheets, thanks to speaker Complex Kafeero.
Mr.Nabende notes that all the said milestones the school has so far attained have been made possible due to good cooperation with Municipal education authorities headed by sexy Joyce Nalubega plus parents, who have supported the school projects wholeheartedly.