The celebrations began on 3rd November with varieties of learning and fun activities including, inter-house quiz, soccer matches, cleaning exercise and many others.
It is under the theme:40 years of Secondary School Education for the deaf in Ghana: Its Impact and the Way Forward.
The festivities will be climaxed with a Speech and Prize giving Day which is on Saturday.
Headmaster, Joseph Sam said in an exclusive interview with The New Crusading GUIDE that, attending the event would aid in changing the attitude society has towards special children.
According to him, being a hearing impaired person does not limit one’s abilities, giving an assurance that they do things marvelously which can only be seen if they were given the chance.
Subsequently, the headmaster is extending a public invitation to Non-Governmental Organizations, benevolent societies and the general public to come witness the event, feel what they go through and support them in overcoming their challenges.
Even before invitees respond to their invitations, Mr. Sackey of the Eastern Regional branch of Friends of Indian Society (FOIS), has pledged on behalf of the group, to be present at the event and lend support.
FOIS, he recalled, has been a regular contributor to the school’s welfare for a long time and expressed how happy they were with the school authorities for making special education an interested task.
Mampong Secondary Technical School for the Deaf, the only Public School for the Deaf started in 1975 with sixteen students by Reverend Andrews Foster, a foreign missionary at the Christiansborg Castle in Accra and later transferred to its current location in MampongAkwapim.
The school currently boasts of a student population of 406, with 244 being males and 162 females and a total staff of 62 and its being managed by government.
Source: Paa Kwesi Agyefi