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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, ODOGBOLU NEWSLETTER FOR OUTGOING JSS3 STUDENTS (2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION) 30TH MAY, 2022
On behalf of the Management, Staff and Students of Federal Government College, Odogbolu, I wish to sincerely and immensely thank God for the successful completion of the Basic Secondary Education of our beloved JSS3 students.
These young boys and Girls were admitted into the College shortly after infancy with little or no knowledge about Secondary Education, though with zealous appetite for knowledge.
Today, they look better, stronger and knowledgeable, especially after meticulously passing through the fruitful academic sessions. I am also overwhelmed with joy and deep appreciation to God for financial provisions granted you to enable you meet your financial obligations towards your children and wards in their course of staying in the College. God will surely reward and bless you the more.
GOING ON HOLIDAYS/RESUMPTION:
Please ensure that all belongings of each student are taken away from the College. Resumption dates for the new session will be announced as soon as the Federal Ministry of Education gives clearance for this. Parents and guardians are to be on the lookout for the release of BECE results. Parents should please note that the College website www.fgcodogbolu.sch.ng/home is functional and contains information relevant to the needs of the Parents and students.
ADMONITIONS: Parents and Guardians should engage their children and wards in activities that will enhance their development and prepare them well for the next challenge of Senior Secondary School while on holiday.
Particular attention should be focused on their talents and natural potentials to guide them towards their career path which kicks off with relevant subjects’ combinations in the Senior Secondary School
. It is our practice to encourage our Basic Education candidates to take advantage of the break to learn a skill that will add value to them and help them in their area of study as they go into the Senior Secondary School when they report on to the College at resumption to SS1.
PAYMENTS OF OUTSTANDING BILLS: Parents and Guardians of students with outstanding bills should ensure that the bills are fully paid, failing which their children and wards will not have access to their BECE results when eventually released.
For Mathematics: Each student is to resume with I. Four Figure Table by WAEC II. Cordless, Noiseless and Non Programmable Scientific Calculator III. WAEC Standard Graph Book IV. Mathematical set.
Each student is to resume with the following items (i) One cutlass (ii) Two bunches of brooms (iii) One mopping stick (iv) One bottle of Izal (500mls) (v) 1kg Detergent
The form for choice of subjects from G&C has been given to each student. Parents and Guardians are encouraged to guide their children/wards.
Parents/guardians are encouraged to engage their children/wards in acquisition of skills, computer training and reading as many literature books as possible before resumption.
The College policy of Four pairs of Uniform per student as agreed is still in force. Therefore, each student is expected to resume with at least TWO PAIRS of Uniforms while the College will give each of them the TWO PAIRS that will be captured on the College bill after the release of their results.
We all know the security situation in the Country, therefore we should put
emphasis on our children and wards being security conscious anywhere they are On resumption, each student (Day/Boarder) must report at the College Clinic to be registered and checked for their health status in the Senior Secondary School level.
Apart from the payment of School fees and PTA dues, please note that the payment of I. Five Hundred Naira HOUSE DUE II. Two Hundred Naira CLASS DUE Is mandatory to be paid by each student on resumption.
CONCLUSION: I wish to appreciate the efforts of my Vice Principals, the teaching and non-teaching staff for their contributions towards the lives of our beloved outgoing students. And for you parents, thank you for your positive contributions towards the College. Parents/Guardians should also note the attendant changes in their College requirements as a result of the transition to the Senior School.
The Federal Ministry of Education has just approved new bills regime for all Unity Colleges to serve you better and the College has keyed into this to provide quality services in line with the policy of Government on quality education at a subsidized rate. This became unavoidable in view of the general global trend. Consequently, the College authorities communicate these bills to parents through our platforms for communication and crave for understanding in view of the earlier bills provided on the day of vacation.
Please remember that payment should not be made until 2nd of January 2021 as 2020 is winding up and all funds in the Remita: Single Treasury Account (TSA) will be turned in to the central treasury of Federal Government.
Good morning esteem parents and happy Salah celebration to our Muslim parents. Muslim parents are appreciated for their recently commissioned toilets facilities built by them for the use of the College community around the Mosque area. This is worthy of emulation by other stakeholders as it obviously puts relief on the existing toilets facilities and promote better hygiene in the College. It's been nine weeks of hard work for our children in the third term of 2021/22 session and we will be going on midterm on Thursday the 7th of July after morning assembly at 8am to return on Sunday the 17th. I have reviewed our progress so far and affirm that we are on course in the education of our children. However, there is large rooms for improvement if all stakeholders are on the same progressive page in the upbringing of these children. We all need to disabuse their minds from any form of belief in shortcut to success. We must continue to admonish them on the needs to reach their optimum potential through hardworking. The general notion to outsmart others in affairs of life by whatever means of sharp practice must be debriefed in their thought system. It has been revealed that some of our children despite regular admonitions, monitoring and chastising have continued to be indolent in their approach to studies. Some are even in the habit of not copying, but in the habit of stealing notes of serious classmates when it's time to assess copied notes. Punishments are meted out to them to discourage this habit and it should be noted that some might not be caught in the habit and have inflicted injuries on innocent and serious mates. Some when caught even lay claim to not having provisions for notebooks after exhausting the number provided through books deposits. Aside inadequate provisions for notebooks, it is also discovered that many of our wards return to school from holidays without necessary learning and logistics materials. A Hostel inspection carried out by the Principal on Saturday 2nd of July revealed that many of our children are lacking in requisite materials for their comfort in the Boarding house, especially the boys. Consequently thorough checking will be carried out during checking in on returning from midterm and children without necessary materials will not be checked in. May I remind us that improper provision for our children while in school put pressure of misdemeanors on them and some of the vices exhibited by them are traceable to this phenomenon. It should be noted that the responsibilities of parents to the children is central to the success of the training and activities in the school. It is of particular note that most of the boys in the Hostel are lacking in bedspread and torn mattresses. Reports had it that they tear their mattresses for cleaning shoes and toiletries, which result into very poor conditions of living in the boys Hostel. The living style of the boys is best described as deplorable. I must commend the Girls for keeping to the rules and regulations of the College and maintain very good hygiene. Let me re-emphasize it that students with incomplete items will not be allowed in after midterm break and it should be noted that they are starting third term Examination shortly after returning and I will not welcome call for appeal to permit children with incomplete materials. It should equally be noted that apart from their personal discomfort, children with incomplete items put pressure on others by stealing and their is evidence of violence behaviours associated to lacking. Parents are therefore expected to do a check on their children items by being part of the arrangements party of their children before embarking on return journey. The fear of blames may prevent the children from reporting their missing items. In conformity with fees payment, a list school fees debtors will be at the check in point as generated through the Central Billing System and defaulters will be denied access to the College. I want to appreciate those who are keying into our aspirations and observe our robust contributions to the progress of the College and with every parent safe as you take your children for the midterm and return as scheduled. Thank you as I remain in the service to our collective interest. -Principal
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, ODOGBOLU CHOICE OF SUBJECTS/CAREER FORM FOR SENIOR SECONDARY
INSTRUCTION: - A. The first FOUR Subjects are compulsory for all students
B. Tick NINE Subjects from your proposed/distinct field of study FIELDS OF STUDY S/NO. GROUP 1 ( SCIENCE ) GROUP 2 (TECHNICAL) GROUP 3 (COMMERCIAL) GROUP 4 (HUMANITIES) ART 1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENGLISH ALNGUAGE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS 3 CIVIC EDUCATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE CIVIC EDUCATION CIVIC EDUCATION 4 TRADE TRADE TRADE TRADE 5 PHYSICS PHYSICS FIN. ACCOUNTING LIT-IN-ENGLISH 6 CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT 7 BIOLOGY MW/WW/BIOLOGY COMMERCE HISTORY/BIOLOGY 8 F.MATHS/ECONS F. MATHEMATICS ECONOMICS ECONOMICS 9 AGRIC/P.E/F.N/MUS/VA TECHNICAL DRAWING SMGT/INS/OFF PRAC C R S/ I R S 10 GEO/COMPUTER GEO/COMP/ECONS GEO/COMP/FM/MUS/ FN/VA/HM/BIOLOGY YOR/IGBO/FN/VA/MUS/FREN. 11 MITA MITA MITA MITA A. COMPULSORY /CROSS CUTTING SUBJECTS 1. English Language 2. General Mathematic 3. Civic Education 4. One trade/ Entrepreneurial Subject B. TRADE SUBJECTS ARE: (i) Catering Craft Practice (ii) Carpentry and Joinery (iii) Dyeing and Bleaching (iv) Fisheries (v) Animal Husbandry (vi) Marketing. SIGNED BY CHUKWUDUMOGU, N. (MRS) V.P. (ACADEMIC1)
The Jss1 candidates admitted to the college for 2020/2021 session are to come with the following documents to collect the admission letter
1. NECO registration/result slips.
2. Admission slip( printed from fmeposting.com.ng).
3. Testimonial from Last school attended.
4. First school leaving certificate.
5. Certificate of state of origin.
6. Birth certificate (National Population commission).
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