As schools break for the April holiday, Kwambu primary school in Lugari constituency requires a quick intervention to construct new classrooms before re-opening next month, this is after classrooms collapsed.
According to the school management, a total of 220 pupils have been left without classes and may be forced to take classes under tree if action is not taken before the schools re-open.
The collapsed classrooms are those used by grade two and three pupils.
The school, which is among the oldest schools in the region with a total population of over 1,000 pupils, is faced with shortage of classrooms after eight classrooms were condemned by the department of public health in the area.
Parents led by Maurice Makokha have appealed to the local leaders, well-wishers, both the national and county governments to intervene and help construct new classrooms to create a conducive learning environment for both teachers and pupils.
The classrooms collapsed at night thus no injuries reported.