Principal Carey Sheffield's efforts lauded
CHITRAL: The parents of a number of students of Langland
Public School and College Chitral have appreciated the efforts of
the incumbent principal Carey Sheffield for raising
the standard of the institution which was otherwise on the way of
In a press statement issued by Musa Khan Ozherik, Maqsood Ali Shah
and others, it has been said that the public school was established
in late 1980s in public sector under district administration to
introduce quality education in the area by the then senator
Shahzada Burhanuddin of Chitral.
Keeping in view the importance of English language, British
teachers were hired by the school management with a British
national G.D. Langland as its principal who was a seasoned
educationist and had served in Aitcheson College Lahore, it said.
After 9/11, the press release reads, the British teachers were sent
back on security grounds but the principal continued till three
years ago when he was replaced by the incumbent who brought about
drastic changes in the school affairs leading to its improvement.
In the course of improvement and overhaul, the principal had to
send home a number of teachers and support staff who did not had
shining and desirable record of service at their credits and firing
them was at the best interest of the institution, they said.
The parents have reiterated that their children had made tangible
progress in their academic activities making them fully satisfied
about the future of their children.
The disgruntled teachers and support staff fired from the service
are hatching conspiracy against the incumbent principal to get
themselves reinstated in their services and are giving frantic
calls to the government which should not be paid heed, the press