Mr. Charles Kokonya
D/Principal - 2011 to Date
Mr. Stanley Avudiku
2008 - 2012
It has always been my wish to have an ideal school; a school that is complete, a school where students do not feel neglected, a school where everyone knows what he needs and all members of the community know the right thing to do and how to do the same.
To attain levels of such a school, one key element has to be focused upon: the student’s ability to keep a high level of discipline. Over the past three years we have achieved a lot as a school in terms of discipline and performance. We have tried to eliminate some unnecessary hooliganism, carelessness in study habits; don’t care attitude and generally a lack of focus in many of our students. We still have challenges: truancy, dirty dressing, low speed of movement and occasionally, sleepy students in class.
But most importantly, we can achieve this envisaged ideal school, we all dream of, if efforts are deliberately made to address these few failings in our system. I am aware of other threats such as ethnicity, hostile politics, detractors and mistrust but it is quite amazing to just remember more often than not that Musingu has a huge potential we can unlock this potential through disciplined unity. We must therefore eliminate smelly students who do not bathe, solidarity in wrong doing, covering up or tolerating or encouraging those non-focused students who distract us and who still exist in our midst.
If in our minds, we set out to achieve this, then the school of our choice will become what we want; a place to be, a fruitful institution, a way to success and an ideal school. May God bless Musingu.
M’mbaha .S. Avudiku