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Last week, Sandford International School had invited parents to attend the Annual Parents Assembly on Friday, March 15th. However, because of the low number of attendance, Capital learned that the meeting was postponed for the next two weeks.
The board of Governors of Sandford International School had sent out invitation letters on March 7 to all full fee paying parents to attend the annual assembly which could not be held last year due to pending issues with the Charities and Society Agency.
The annual rescheduled meeting had various items on its agenda, including the review of last year’s audit report, the report of the Board of Governors of Sandford International Endowment, the assessment of amendments to the bylaws of endowment as well as holding an election of board members. Sandford is one of the oldest schools in Ethiopia, with its origins going as far back the 1940s. The teaching staff comprises of foreigners and locals, with most expatriates from the UK and from other English-speaking countries. According to the school’s official website, expatriates currently account for 73% of its teaching staff. The school is divided into three sections, with Primary School (Nursery to Year 6), Secondary School (from Year 7 to Year 13) and Adult Evening School. It offers both public and international examinations.
Sandford has a student population of about 700 drawn from approximately 50 nationalities. The school, which is a member of the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) and the International Baccalaureate Organization, said that a significant percentage of the students are Ethiopian.