caption: Arrival at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Sabah, Strong support from the Brothers at the conference, Brother Visitor Thomas Lavin declaring open the conference, Brother Anthony Rogers' plenary session, Group discussion, sharing an idea at the conference and the delegates at the 4th. Malaysian Lasallian Educators Conference.
June 8 to June 11, 2009. The get-together of some 94 teachers from all our the country to share and network. Among the schools attended were St Francis' Melaka, St Xavier's Penang, St Andrew's Muar, La Salle Brickfields, St Martin's Tambunan, La Salle Kota Kinabalu (host), SK Sacred Heart Tambunan, St John's KL, St Paul Seremban, St George's Taiping, La Salle Klang and St Michael's Ipoh.
Moving Forward as Lasallians in Malaysia
Our Identity as Lasallians in Malaysia
We are a community of diverse races and ethnic groups, religious and faith traditions aspiring for unity as Malaysians. This is rooted in our common understanding of the Spirit of Faith which helps us to see our work as God’s work.
Our Priority in our Educational Service
As Lasallians in Malaysia we see to the holistic and integral, human and spiritual formation of the Young with preference for those who are weak and poor.
Organic Unity of the Educative Community
The dynamism of the Lasallian Community in Malaysia is linked to a new partnership with Brothers, Parents, Board of Governors/Managers, PIBG and Alumni.
Formation of the members of the Lasallian Family
In order to deepen our Lasallian identity, be more committed to the Lasallian Educational mission and build our Educative Community we need to be more aware of our Lasallian Heritage and Spirit.
Note: St Michael's was represented by Mr Velupillai, Mr Loo and Mr Peter Khiew.