Wednesday, March 14, 2012

A Run Through Of Happenings At St Michael's

Special guests at the St Michael's Centennial Logo Unveiling and Cake-Cutting Ceremony on February 24, 2012. 
Mr Adrian Tsen presides over a monthly meeting of the Old Michaelians Association. Established in September 8, 1933, the OMA is respected and recognised all over the world. 

A student decorating the class notice board beginning of the year.
Boys selling sweets to raise fund for St Michael's Centennial Fun-Fair which falls on April 29, 2012 at 8am. 
The Michaelian Heritage Gallery continues to attract visitors from far and near. In this picture, Brother Vincent explains the setting up of the gallery to a professor from the United States. 

Old Michaelians have never failed to return to the alma mater each time they are back for holidays. 
Young Michaelians resting at the Adrian Tsen Pavilion. This resting area, located at the end of the school field, is the venue of activities for fellow Michaelians. 
In the staff room-- retired St Michael's teacher Master Lee Kem Siang speaking on his mobile with a  fellow pal. He still coaches tennis and has been travelling extensively since his retirement. 

Harneak Singh, old boy class of 1980, chanced upon the second generation owner of a coffee stall in Kampar. Harneak's grandfather patronised this stall regularly when he was a worker at a factory nearby. Harneak was a young boy then. Surprisingly, the lady still recognises this young man!  
Five students attained all As in their STPM 2011. In 2009, three students achieved 4As while last year, two brought home 4As. Congratulations. St Michael's continues to show its mettle and fortitude in academic excellence. Note: It was earlier reported that nine students scored all As in the 2011 STPM. We have five. We look forward to an increased number of excellent students in years to come.  
Scouts preparing their specialties during the year's induction day. 
Happy days are here again. Seng Boo and his scout buddies at a practice session. 

March 13, 2012 - Mr Tan posing with his creation. Wushu boys will be getting a pair of lion heads and eight drums - thanks to caring and generous contributors.

SMI Multi-Purpose Building project team in discussion. This massive project involves the Board of Governors and the Old Michaelians Association.

A scene at the Michaelian quadrangle during rain in the evening. It's time to landscape this area a little.

Master Timothy Chee having a brief session with the cast of this year's Centennial Play," John Baptiste; The Lost Chronicles", 6 & 7 July 2012 at 7.45pm.
St Michael's never rests!

Signing off,
Peter Khiew

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