The school board and staff including the community had built two semi-permanent classrooms worth over K6, 000 containing desks, blackboards, and office space for teachers.
School chairman, Aron Dupnai urged students and the community to take care of the classrooms.
“We cannot travel far to Kiunga and other villages to look for school. Education is now right in our village so take care of these facilities," he said.
He said educating children is important, as these children will help develop the community, district, province, and country. The school also received wash stations and a water tank from World Vision.
The opening of classrooms also corresponded with their first graduation ceremony of 66 students.