She said a healthy society can help contribute to national development.
Madam Omar made the call at the end of the Second Family Day celebration of the school at Dodowa, in the Greater Accra Region.
It was aimed at strengthening the already existing cordial relationship among the teachers, parents as well as the students.
The Day saw the students, teachers and parents taking part in games such as Soccer, Sack Race, Spoon and Lime race, Volleyball, Table Tennis.
Richmond Whyte won the Sack Race in the Lower Primary Division, with Ibrahim Omar winning in the Upper Primary segment, whiles Henry Tetteh-Wayo came first in the Junior High School Division.
Madam Omar said the school, which was established 12 years ago, came first in the last year’s Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) in the Adenta Municipality.
She said the school would continue to offer quality teaching and learning at all times and expressed the hope that the school would continue to win more awards in the ensuing years.
Madam Omar urged the students not to indulge in any form of negative vices that would ruin their future.
Mr Daniel Sorkpor, Headmaster of the school also appealed to parents to cooperate with the teachers to ensure effective teaching and learning.
He urged the Ghana Education Service to put in place measures that would curb examination malpractices.