Shashe River Secondary School Worried By Poor Results

Come Friday, all roads will lead to Tonota, where one of the country’s oldest schools, Shashe River Secondary School (SRSS) will commemorate its 50th anniversary amid concerns of dwindled academic performance.

The school administration has already raised a red flag about the fallen academic performance of the school whose examination results used to be amongst the top.

Speaking to The Monitor last Friday, Lenah Lekgetho, a head of department at the school and coordinator for the coming 50th anniversary commemorations was openly concerned by the poor performance of the school.

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