The School Head Teacher of Omili Primary School in Lae, Dorin Boas, said 200 boxes of school basic materials delivered to the school will not cater the school population for 2018.
Boas said the distribution is the first Tuition Fee Free component of Teaching and Learning materials the school has received from the National Department of Education.
Meanwhile, Morobe’s Provincial Program Advisor for Education, Keith Jiram, said materials will be given out to schools that are in need of more.
Pictured is the 200 boxes of school basic materials that were distributed to Omili Primary School on Monday.
The boxes contain student, class and school sets of materials. They are packed according to the student data for 2015.
Omili Primary School is the second biggest school in Lae with more than 2,300 students and 50 teachers.
The basic school material is the Teaching and Learning materials component of the Government’s Tuition Fee Free Education policy.
The distribution for schools in Morobe began in Lae District last week Wednesday and ended yesterday.
Distribution for Markham District commenced yesterday. All Schools in Morobe should receive their materials by the end of February.