By Benjamin Heribeths
Tinputz High School has resumed classes and the school community is now eagerly anticipating the completion of a 4-in-1 classroom.
The school returned to its original location and resumed operations following a two month suspension of activities relating to a land dispute.
Since school moved, the arguments and disputes came to an end and parents, students, teachers and other stakeholders of the school were happy to work in an argument free area.
Students started having classes in a temporary building while waiting the new 4-in-1 classroom which is still under construction. It is expected to be completed by the end of this term.
A new Tinputz High School board of governors has also been approved by the Bougainville Education Board. The original board of governors was dismantled by the Bougainville Education Board and parents approved the new one from the direction of the BEB and the Catholic office in Hahela.
Following a meeting of school parents on Monday 22 August 2016, the new board of governors is up and running.