Thursday, June 01, 2006

Brother Vincent Corkery & Mr Adrian Tsen -- A Pleasant Surprise

Pupils of the Ipoh's St Michael's Primary school were greatly thrilled when two very prominent figures -- La Salle Brother Vincent Corkery and Old Michaelian Association president Mr Adrian Tsen stopped by to greet the young Michaelians and wished them well before they sat for their mid-year examinations. Both were on their way to the construction site, located just behind the current school premises, where works of a new school block are in progress. Built at a cost of RM3.5 million, the 4-storey building will replace the dilapidated and termite-infested primary school block which has stood the test of time for the past 40 years. Scheduled to be completed early 2007, the new block, "Brother U Paul Memorial", merges Primary One and Two -- to be named as SK St Michael, Ipoh.

1 comment:

Henry Yew said...

Hello Mr Khiew,
It was nice of you to drop by my blog. I'm sorry that I couldn't stay much longer to have a longer chat with you during Speech Day. Thousand apologies. Nevertheless, I'll make it a point to come in the afternoon (about 20 minutes before the morning session ends and before the afternoon session begins) to really have a chat with all teachers whom I know, especially you.

I'm impressed by your blog too. Your content is very meaningful and it keeps me updated of the goings-on in SMI. Keep it up, sir!

Guo Zheng