St Joseph Business College celebrates PTA's day

Parents and Teachers Association (PTA) of St Joseph College in Fasi-mo e-Afi donated TP$14,660 Thursday 24 for the school during a day celebration that brought together the parents, staff and students.

The money was collected through events and activities organised by the school students for the day and it has been given to help the school.

St Joseph Business College, a Catholic vocational training school has been operated since 1970. Students study Business, English, Finance and computer as well as Proficient Training in a two-year study program before awarding with certificates in business training.  

The day had been a blessing to both ex-students and students of the school as well as the parents and teachers.

The principal of the college Soana Kauhalaniua thanked the parents and the students for the donation and their support.


Ongoongo Faka-Tonga / News in Tongan

'Aho fiefia e Matu'a moe kau Faiako 'o Komesioló

NUKU'ALOFA – Na'e hoko 'ae 'aho Tu'apulelulu, 24 'o 'Epelelí koe 'aho fakafiefia kihe Matu'a tauhi fanau mo e kau Faiako 'o e 'Apiako Fakapisinisi ko Sangato Sosefó koe'uhi ko e lava lelei hono faka'ilonga 'o honau 'aho makehé ni pe koe 'aho 'o e PTA.

Koe taha pe eni 'o e ngaahi ouau fakata'u 'a e 'apiakó pea na'a nau kotofa ai 'ae 'ahó ni ke fakahoko ai hono faka'ilonga'í.

Na'e fakahoko 'ehe ngaahi kalasí ha ngaahi faiva fakame'ite 'o tatau pe kihe faiva faka-Tonga pe koe faiva faka-Polinisia.

Koe 'apiakó ni foki koe 'apiako pe kihe fanau fefiné 'aia 'oku teuteu'i ai kinautolu 'ihe ta'u 'e 2 kihe ngaue faka-Sekelitali pe ngaue faka'ofisí. Koe fo'i kalasi pe 'e 4, 'aia koe kalasi 'e 2 meihe Ta'u 'uluaki pea kalasi leva 'e 2 meihe Ta'u 2.

Na'e foaki ai 'ehe matu'a tauhi fanau 'ae $14,660 kihe 'apiako lolotongá 'ihe 'ahó ni. 'Ihe lea fakamalo 'ae Puleakó, Soana Kauhalaniua, na'a ne fakamalo'ia 'ae matu'a tauhi fanaú koe'uhi koe ngaue faka'utumauku moe vale 'ia tama 'onau fai ai 'ae foaki ma'ongo'ongá ni koe'uhi pe ko 'enau fanaú pea mo honau kaha'ú.

Na'e fakahoko pe 'ae katoanga fiefiá ni 'ihe 'Apiako Fakapisinisi ko Sangato Sosefó 'i Fasi mo e Afi.

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