Atasemanso R/C Prim School grateful to BTAC, Friends

The Headmistress of the Atasemanso Roman Catholic Primary School, Rev. Sister Grace Nuamah, has, on behalf of the Catholic Diocese of Kumasi, School Management Committee and Parents /Teachers Association, expressed profound appreciation to the Bridge-To-Africa Connections (BTAC) for the tremendous support accorded the school over the last few years.

She noted that the BTAC assistance had helped to improve the standard and performance of the pupils.

Bridge-To-Africa Connection, founded by Madam Dawn Sutherland, is a USA nonprofit making organisation dedicated to investing in education and health in Ghana and Africa through development partners of African Americans in the Diaspora.

Madam Dawn Sutherland has since 2014 relocated from Los Angeles in the USA to Atasemanso in Kumasi.

Rev. Sister Nuamah mentioned that with the partnership of its circle of friends, BTAC has adopted the Atasemanso R/C Primary School and thus provided a number of learning and teaching materials as well as infrastructure.

She said the BTAC has provided the school with a state-of-the-art library christened “Beautiful Minds Kids Library”, as well as providing a decent place of convenience, a borehole, and renovated a four-unit classroom block.

The BTAC has also fenced the school and provided a laptop for the school’s ICT laboratory.

The Headmistress also mentioned the roofing of one Kindergarten block duly furnished with 30 chairs and tables for the students, and a teacher’s table and chair.

Rev. Sister Nuamah said the BTAC was also sponsoring the education of more than 90 pupils of the school, as well as providing free breakfast to the students, and hoped the ties between BTAC and the school would be sustained into the future.


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