Dear Parents & Students,
Bring & Buy Sale
A short note to advise all students and parents that the school is planning to raise money for the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. We will therefore be holding a sale on Saturday, 9 April at 9.30 am at the school. This is a school replacement day. All contributions will be gratefully accepted, and parents, friends and family are all welcome.
In addition, ALL students can come to school next week, from Friday, 25 March to Friday, 1 April in “Mufti” i.e. not in school uniform of which there will be a small charge. This is your chance not to wear uniform on a school day. So do grab the opportunity whilst contributing to a good cause. Teachers and staff are encouraged to join in the mufti and contribute to the cause. It …
Traffic flow during peak drop off and pick up times at building No. 23 has not been smooth lately due to limited space. Therefore, we have cleared the parking area to make it easier for parents to park and pick up or drop your children off. Please adhere to this traffic flow diagram at all times (noting the advised left turn out of the gate for your own safety):
To ease traffic flow, secondary school students should be picked up or dropped off at building No. 13 during and shortly before or after normal school hours. At any other time, please use No.23.
First Term Break 12 – 20 March
The first term break starts on Friday, 12 March until Sunday, 20 March. Sri Araians, go have a good break, and come back fresh to start a new term. …
The School’s Annual Motivation and Team Building Camp will be held from 26 Marth to 28 March 2010.
The cost for each child will be RM70.00. A copy of the itinerary and a consent slip are attached for your review and response. You are required to submit the payment together with the consent slip by Monday, 1 March 2010. Please contact Mr. Roslan for more information.
The latest news on our School Cafeteria – Our Mr Fix-it Dollah is still working diligently away at it and it is progressing slowly but surely. However, Molly couldn’t wait to start and get to know the students’ and their food preferences so she has actually started serving up some food. I have tried her nasi lemak and fried chicken and it was good whilst I hear her chicken curry and rice yesterday was a tremendous hit. Prices are well below that of SDS, who has been kind enough to provide our students their lunch to date, but our students were finding it very boring. Due to repeated requests from parents we brought Molly in to help us take care of this aspect of the school. We hope you will be supportive when her kitchen is fully ready. In the …