Before the resumption of academic activities for the second semester, Help Liberia Foundation Community School held a special program to indicate the close of the first semester and the start of the semester.
The program was well-attended, as teachers, parents, students, and community residents were in attendance to grace the occasion.
The Guest Speaker was Ms. Esther Johnson Paygar, the Executive Director of Women Rights Watch. She spoke on the topic: “Building the Future.”
The program comprised songs, recitations of poems and Bible verses, dramas, academic quizzing, speeches, and so forth. The academic progress reports of students were also given to parents.
We are happy that we ended the first semester and started the second semester, which is ongoing. We remain grateful to all of our sponsors and friends.