KOTA KINABALU: The Boarding School Alumni Club of Sabah and SM Science Sabah (CLASS) are appealing to the relevant authorities to build a new building in the school compound as the old building is decaying.
Disclosing this yesterday, its club president, Siti Noraishah Azizan, said starting Monday, students and teachers were forced to move to the Teachers Education Institute campus in Tuaran as the old school building was under maintenance.
“We hope the relevant parties will give serious consideration for the welfare for the students and teachers of SM Science Sabah.
“At the moment, we are forced to use the campus in Tuaran while maintenance of the old building is underway.
“We also hope the relevant authority will come to our assistance and provide the school with better facilities and infrastructure to preserve the good image of SM Science Sabah,” she said during a visit to the school with former teachers recently.
Siti Noraishah has served in the school for 34 years since 1984 and it is said that the school was the first boarding science school in Kota Kinabalu.