The school challenges
(i) Early marriages:
The school faces a great challenge due to high drop out cases, particularly the girl child. Most girls are married before reaching standard eight. Others drop out due to early pregnancies.
Boys are also affected by sand harvesting and tobacco farming in the area. Most pupils are orphaned due to HIV/AIDS and other diseases
Since the introduction of Free Primary Education there has been high enrolment in our school. The pupil population is 497 in standard one to eight.
There are also about 200 pupils in the nursery classes. The number of desks and other sitting facilities are inadequate.
(iii) Secondary education
Most of the students called to provincial schools do not respond. This is due to economic inability of most parents/guardians.I am glad the CDF has come to help those in need
The following have been the Head Teachers in the subsequent years:
1. Mr. Kenneth Onyango Ogol 1980-1983
2. Mr. Hesborn Alando 1983 - 1985
3. Mr. Samson Yogo 1985 - 1987
4. Mr. John Adawo 1987 - 1988
5. Mr. Lawrence Muga 1989- 1991
6. Mr. George Obao 1992 - 1993
7. Mr. John Opere 1993 - 1995
8. Mr. Gilbert Chumbe 1995 - 1997
9. Mr. John Agufa 1997 - 1999
10. Mr. Benson Ochieng’ Polo 1999 - 2003
11. Mr. Nahashon Mauko 2003-2004
12. Mr. Dan Ojwang’ 2004 to date
13 Mr Charles Odida 2005-2013
14 Mr Jack Ochieng -2013 to date
The school needs the following facilities:
(i) Additional 100 desks to match the growing pupil enrolment.
(ii) 6 more pupil toilets.
(iii) A kitchen for the staff.
(iv) Teachers’ houses.
(v) Bursary funding for the orphans and the needy.
(vi) Additional staff
(vii) Sports equipment e.g balls,uniformsJACK OCHIENG
Head Teacher/Secretary S.M.C.