The rice was provided from the school's feeding programme which pupils have not received since the closure of schools due to COVID-19.
Headmaster, Ansumana Jawo said he hoped that the rice will help the pupils and teachers and their families during the period of the state of public health emergency due to Coronavirus.
He said they are concerned about the welfare of their students during the stay-at-home period, expressing hope that the food package will help improve the pupils’ health status.
Chairman of the school's management board, Busary Ceesay urged parents to actively monitor the activities of their children during their stay at home.
He also urged teachers and parents to ensure that they strictly observe the World Health Organisation and Health Ministry's prevention recommendations to avoid the spread of Coronavirus.