The Ondo State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Yemi Olowolabi has charged the graduating students of Hallmark Secondary School, Ondo, to keep the flag of the school flying where ever they find themselves.
Mr. Olowolabi gave this at the Eighteen Valedictory Service for the graduating class of 2017/18 academic session of the institution on Thursday 19th July, 2018, at the Multipurpose Hall of the School in Ondo. He urged the students to remain focused and encouraged them to aim high, saying the journey to their success and greatness had just started.
The image maker of the State also advised the students to focus on their dreams and pursue it vigorously to achieve it , so that they would be a blessing to their generations, by finding solutions to problems facing the society.
The Information and Orientation Commissioner also reiterated the commitment of the Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu’s led administration in education sector, noting that the state government has awarded contracts for the renovation of dilapidated structures in all the public primary schools across the 18 local government in the state.
According to him, the renovations of the schools are at various stages of completion.
Mr Olowolabi stated that for first time in many years the state government also awarded contracts for massive parameter fencing in public primary schools in the state, which he said would go a long way in safeguarding pupils and educational materials as well as preventing encroachers from the land.
Speaking on behalf of the graduating students, some of the outgoing Prefects, Master Oluwatobiloba Akingbulugbe and Miss Stephanie Opeyemi Akins , appreciated God and their parents for giving them quality education , they also thanked the proprietress , Mrs. Aralola Faturoti for her motherly roles in building future leaders.