Batavuru gave the remarks during the reproductive health program conducted in the school by health tutors of National Health Training Institute (NHTI) Maridi.
He further showed his gratitude to all parents whose daughters are in school for the effort they have made to ensure that their children report to school early as stipulated by the school administration compared to the previous terms where some students took days to report.
Bullen however urged parents to give medical, financial and academic support to their daughters.
He also urged the parents to be closer to the school administration for better performance of their girls and school management.
The principal said the parents should give sex education to their daughters at early stage to avoid early pregnancy.
The school principal finally called upon the parents to turn up for PTA Annual general meeting due to take place on in October for the success of their daughters.
In an interview with one of the teachers Samuel Chidiga he said they started with lots of challenges like lack of teaching facilities, poor reporting by the students and many more and appealed to the parents to move forward reporting students who don’t want to revise during holidays.