Obeying school rules and regulations on top of Ten Commandments is the only way school going children can excel in life, both spiritually and academically.

In his homily while presiding over holy Mass at Excel Preparatory school in Kamulhukwizi cell Kasese Municipality yesterday, the Kasese Cathedral Parish Education Chaplain, Rev. Fr. Godwin Mumbere said the church has Ten Commandments as schools also have rules and relegation which he asked school going children to obey for future generation.

He encouraged parents, guardians and teachers to ensure learners know and obey the Ten Commandments as well as teaching them faith, saying a family is the domestic and first church. Fr. Godwin one on faith…..

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He said the fourth commandment urges children to obey their parents to live long, encouraging the young generation in school to respect their teachers as their parents if they to excel academically.

Fr. Godwin two on respect…

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The school Head teacher, Ms. Loice Kamujenga said the Mass was intended to reawaken the pupils spiritually and returning thanks to God for the gift of life and good performance.Ms. Kamujenga speaking …..  

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The school Managing director, Mr. Steven Thembo Muhasa called for collaborated effort between the school management, parents, pupils and community.END

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