Principalís Message

  

PRINCIPAL
MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
I would like to thank the almighty God for having granted us the mercies to reach this far in the development of our school. It is with great pleasure that I welcome you all to the school’s website.

The website is meant to allow for a closer interaction with all the stakeholders of the school. This presents an opportunity for all interested parties to play a continuous and interactive part in the nurturing of Kuoyo Kochia into a truly 21st century school.

The school has made and continues to make tremendous strides in the adoption of ICT both for management and curriculum delivery. The development of the school website marks the culmination of a process of making the school globally interactive so as to achieve the school’s objective of producing global citizens.

We encourage all of you to utilize this opportunity to interact much more closely with the school and contribute to its growth through sharing ideas and pointing out prospective areas of development.

To the school alumni, here now lies a better forum of mobilizing yourselves. We are creating a alumni data base and would greatly appreciate our former students (both old boys and old girls) coming up and identifying with this great school. Your contribution towards the motivation of your successors in the school is a noble responsibility that you should not downplay.

Kuoyo Kochia continues to be a pioneer in many fields; the school recently held its first Student Council elections effectively phasing out the now archaic prefect system. With this our learners’ potentials are greatly enhanced and exposed.

Once more, welcome and let’s together make Kuoyo Kochia the school we want it to be. May I also take this earliest opportunity to wish all our candidates KCSE 2011 success and God’s tidings as they prepare to sit for their examinations.

God Bless.

Okeyo Malachi
PRINCIPAL  

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BOG/PTA/STAFF RETREAT - GOLGOTHA - SORI

 

Mr. Malachi Okeyo, Principal, taking a breather after

a rigoruos session during the BOG/PTA/Staff …

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