It has been weeks since I last wrote. As usual, received e-mails about why postings have stopped, just that there are just too much things to work on and the brain just won't function - writer's block. I replied worry not as I will get the blog moving very soon. Here goes, just after the launching of the book, Life Ever Dawning, at St Michael's Institution, Ipoh. Life has been hectic, with examinations and assessments coming in. PT3 starts this year and the school is involved, with 361 Form Three students in nine classes sitting for the assessment. The boys are sitting for their papers from 12 to 17 October 2014.
Form Five and Form Four students are working hard for their respective examinations. I observe that our boys are more serious this year, including the Form Six students.Yes, the book launch saw an attendance of some 200 people, mainly former teachers, old boys and well-wishers. A review of the book was carried out by Ipoh Echo and you can read the write-up in the October 1, 2014 issue. http://www.ipohecho.com.my/v3/photo/pdf/955_20140929144900mjfdz.pdf
I must mention our band boys who are making waves nationally. Not only they make the school proud by participating at most functions, they never said no to invitations if the outings do not clash with their examinations or tests in school. Michaelian spirit prevails at SMI.
Last holidays I attended the Malaysian Lasallian Educators Conference (MaLec 6) in Taiping, themed, " Inspiring Dignity. Nurturing Quality". A total of 120 delegates, 12 La Salle Brothers, two Infant Jesus (IJ) Sisters and 10 presenters participated in conference. St Michael's was also represented by Mr Lawrence and Mr Sivagobi (new teacher).
|Isaac, second from left and his adviser Mr Waran, with another contestant and an officer before the result was announced.|
That's all for now. Oh yes, there is a programme organised by the SMI Alumni Klang Valley. A poster is attached.
Have a cheerful day ahead and best wishes from all of us at SMI Ipoh.