Students of the I-Help Liberia Project sponsored school, the Foundation Academy in Ganta, Nimba County have been urged to be more serious in their science courses if they are to be Liberia’s upcoming scientists and medical doctors.
Serving as keynote speaker of the 8th Kindergarten 2016 graduating class, Ms. Ria Modak said it is important for students to pay more attention to their science classes, noting, “The more attention you pay to your studies as science and mathematics students, the more you hope to excel in your academic pursuit. Students of science and technology are the bedrocks of any nation,” Ms. Modak an Indian American told his Liberian counterparts.
Ms. Modak is part of the five-men visiting American students in Liberia as part of the I-Help Liberia Project conducting training in Science, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) in Monrovia, Montserrado County and Ganta in Nimba County, at the same time holding Science Bowl Competitions aimed are having students motivated in these subjects.
The school’s graduation program which featured colorful activities including recitations and the presentation of certificates and grade sheets saw the founder of I-Help Liberia Project USA, Mr. Asumana Jabateh Randolph admonished to be more studious in their lesson if they are to serve as future leaders for Liberia.