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Thursday, April 18, 2024

NEW MCSS BOSS VOWS TO CREATE A SAFE, SUPPORTIVE, AND INCLUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS

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MONROVIA – The newly nominated Superintendent for the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS), Mr. James Augustine Sabelia Momoh, has vowed to work with relevant stakeholders in creating a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for all students in the consolidated school system of Monrovia.

Mr. Momoh made the vow barely a day after he was nominated to the MCSS top post by President Joe Boakai. The new MCSS boss was among a new batch of officials nominated on 21st March 2024, to various positions in government.

He thanked President Boakai for his preferment, and hailed his supporters for their unwavering support up to the time of his nomination, pledging to work closely with them and other stakeholders aimed at advancing their shared vision for schools within the Monrovia Consolidated School System.

“As I take on this new role, I am committed to working closely with you and other stakeholders to advance our shared vision for the schools in Monrovia. Together, we will work to create a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for all students and to ensure that every child has access to a high-quality education that prepares them for success in college, career, and life,” the new boss of the MCSS stated.

He asserted that the success of schools within the MCSS depends on the collective efforts of all members of communities within Monrovia, adding; “and I am committed to fostering a culture of collaboration and shared responsibility.”

He intoned that as Superintendent of the MCSS, he will together with stakeholders, ensure that every child has access to a high-quality education that prepares them for success in college, career, and life.

He noted that his desire to work in President Boakai’s administration is driven by his commitment to ensuring that the Boakai-led government addresses the priorities of Liberians, pointing out that this can only be achieved through the joint efforts of his coworkers, teachers, support staff, parents, and students.

“Therefore, our precious golds are our teachers, coworkers, students, and support staff,” he stressed.

He emphasized the significant role teachers play in the education system, indicating; “Our teachers are essential in transmitting investments in schools to students as they take the curriculum into the classroom.”

He continued: “We know that teachers are not always adequately compensated for their services, but we want to see that our teachers and their families across Liberia can live decent lives.”

He then promised to make a positive difference in the lives of students and their families, adding that it is an honor to serve as the Superintendent of the Monrovia Consolidated School System and that he’s grateful for the opportunity and looks forward to working alongside other dedicated and passionate Liberians.

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