By Enos Masereka & Misaki Bwambale,
Lt. Joe Walunsimbi, the Kasese Resident District Commissioner has threated to arrest teachers who may attempt to miss classes as schools resume operations next week.
He warned against any connivance between teachers and head teachers allegedly shielding absentee teachers saying the perpetrators will be brought to book.
Speaking at the official release of the district PLE results 2023 held at Kasese Multipurpose hall, Walunsimbi vowed to sermon head teachers who reportedly abscond from duty without notification to their supervisors. Lt. Walunsimbi speaking…
Releasing the results this afternoon at Kasese Multipurpose hall, Mr.Ernest Thabugha, the acting District Education officer reported a slight increase in performance compared to previous years with overall perfomamance of 93.4 out of 110,76 learners that sat for 2023 PLE. Mr. Thabugha speaking…
He identified the best performing Government primary schools as, Ruboni, Bwera Church of Uganda and Kagando Primary among others.
Mr. Thabugha two speaking….
The worst primary schools include, Kahendero, Maghoma, Nyakaningo, Kyondo, Kasenyi, and St.augastine.
Schools with withheld results are, Kinyabisiki, Bweyale and Ruboni with a total number of 112 candidates. Details will come later. END.