Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folashade Adefisayo, has told schools to continue to adhere strictly to COVID-19 protocols to avoid closure.
She also urged approved private schools to improve and upgrade their facilities.
She spoke at the Supreme Education Foundation School’s 30th anniversary recently.
The Commissioner lauded the founder for the growth of the school compared to when she served as a principal from 2014-2017 at the school.
The founder, Mrs. Adenike Adamolekun, while reminiscing on the establishment of the school, said: “Thirty years is not just number, but thirty years of success, love, engagement, impartation, change and above all bringing hope to the hopeless.”
She described the establishment of the school as a road to stardom for her.
Mrs. Ogunfowokan Aderonke, the longest-serving staff of 24 years and a member of the Information Communication and Technology Department attributed her long stay in the school to her relationship with the founder who treated her as a daughter and also made sure her four kids were in a university.
Mrs. Olukole Abosede, the second longest-serving staff of 20 years of the Vocational Department said she stayed so long because she enjoyed working with the school due to the teamwork among the members of staff and the founder’s interest in the welfare of everyone.
Aderonke and Abosede were awarded N150,000 and N100,000.