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MCSS Plans Big Homecoming …Top ‘Cardinals’ Tweah, Doe-Nah, Zoom In For Keynote Speeches

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MONROVIA: The Administration of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS), is expected to hold a big homecoming event scheduled to take place from March 31- April 2, 2022, under the Theme: “MCSS Championing Opportunities for Growth & Development, A Change for Hope”.

The event will kick off with a symposium on March 31st, at the Monrovia City Hall. The symposium will bring together certain personalities, who have been invited to speak on different topics.

They include Thomas Doe Nah, Commissioner General, Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA); Samuel D. Tweah Jr., Minister of Finance & Development Planning (MFDP); Isaac Saye-LakpohZawolo, Superintendent, Monrovia Consolidated School (MCSS); and Mrs. Lisa White, Lonestar Cell MTN’s Corporate Communication Director. The MCSS Student Union Representative will also speak at the symposium.

Mr. Thomas Doe Nah is expected to speak on the topic- Creating Access to Quality Education for a Model System, while Minister Samuel D. Tweah Jr. is invited to speak on the topic- Funding & Financing: The Prospects & Challenges for Championing a Model System.

The Superintendent of the Monrovia Consolidated School System, Professor Isaac Saye-LakpohZawolo will speak on the topic: “MCSS Now, the Hope for the Future” while Lisa White, Lonestar Cell MTN Corporate Communication Director, will speak on the topic- “Corporate Family Engagement & Education Digitization.” Mr. Elijah Blamoh, President, MCSS Student Union, will speak on a topic that will highlight the lived experience of MCSS students.

On April 1, 2022, which is the second day of the homecoming activities, a grand parade will begin at 8:00 a.m, at the Sports Commission on Broad Street; and ends at the William V.S. Tubman High School, where sporting activities will take place.

On the 3rd day, a big fundraiser & dinner will be held at the Monrovia City Hall, beginning at 6:00pm. The dinner will bring together students, government officials, prominent individuals, and members of the various alumni associations.

The goal, according to the Superintendent of MCSS, is to raise fifty million Liberian Dollars ($50,000,000.00LRD) that will augment government’s subsidy efforts in repairing MCSS schools’ infrastructures; to build the capacity of teachers and administrative staff; and to digitize and introduce Student Information System.

Superintendent Zawolo emphasizes that the homecoming is a way of rebranding the MCSS; and reminding the public that it is still the “Paragon of Academic Excellence” and can be restored to its prewar status.

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