Every year Uganda joins the rest of the world in celebrating International Wild life day. Kisoro Vision SS as one of the leading Secondary schools in Western Uganda in the aspects of conservation among others, has so often participated in the national and International wildlife celebrations and Competitions.
World Wild Life celebrations which are always held on every 3rd March, are always preceded by a number of activities that aim at creating awareness about conservation of fauna and flora. Competitions carried out on such a day include music dance and drama, reciting of conservation poems, demonstration on how to protect flora and fauna, identifying animal names and their sound etc. etc.
The March 2020 national wild life competitions and celebrations were spearheaded by Uganda wildlife Authority Complimented by sister conservation organizations which include; International Gorilla conservation program (IGCP), Nature Uganda, Green Peace, World life fund for nature and Environmental conservation trust.
The 2020 competitions for tertially institutions were held in Mukono University on 21/Feb/2020 and won by Bugema University; while Secondary Schools’ competition were held on 29/Feb/2020 at Seseme Girls’ SS and won by Kisoro Vision SS.
In appreciation to this commendable victory, Kisoro Vision SS was rewarded with a cow and cash prize of 5million that were handed over to the school at the venue of the National celebrations by Hon Minister of state for Tourism and antiquities Godfrey Kiwanda Ssubi and Kisoro District Governor/LCV Chairperson Mr. Abel Bizimana. These were received by a highly jubilating vision staff and students.
It is of great pleasure to see our beloved school, KVS reach such a commendation position at the national level. This is not only for Conservation competitions; but it goes along with other school discipline and virtues, whether academic, sports and moral discipline etc. Just as this school has always taken the lead in academic performance, it also has a matching record of excellence all other disciplines as demonstrated in the National Wild life competitions. Congratulations to our innovative teachers and students.