The world is held anxious and spellbound, as we collectively fight to eradicate the spread of the novel Coronavirus. With some countries recordings lowercases and effectively flattening the curve, it is important to collectively stay hopeful of winning the war against the vicious virus.
One organization leading the way in maintaining hope is Ghana’s first private international school. Soul Clinic International School, which was founded 1968 and featured in Westminster’s celebration of the commonwealth, on Thursday 23rd April 2020 had the school fully disinfected and sanitized.
The disinfection procedure was carried out by staff of Zoomlion Ghana Limited and was done to prepare properly for reopening the third term.
In a message to media, the school management preached a message of calm, ” Do not fear. Fear not. When God grants mercy because of his love to mankind, we must also repent from habits and mindsets that aren’t pleasing him”, said a rep.
The school has maintained an attitude of optimism, while staying in touch with Parents and Students, in the hope that they can spread the calm. The school, whose 50th anniversary motto was “A renewed mind for growth”, encourages the public to guard the boundaries of their minds, hearts and souls. In a solemn line of prayer, the Schools rep stated, “We commit our Doctors, Health Workers, Governments, Teachers and all professionals contributing so much good to the service of others around the world, into the God’s hands.”
The school ended its message to the Press by encouraging students across the globe to continue learning and building their knowledge, in order to confront pandemics of the future, while asking everyone to keep the compass of their souls pointing up.