We are proud to present you the 155th Anniversary Concert, which will be held on 30 April 2015 (Thu), at 7:30 pm in our College Hall. All of you are cordially invited to come to our concert.
If you have any remaining deposits on your PPS accounts, we would appreciate it if you could submit your pps balance refund application before 30 April 2015. You could either collect the money in person or donate it to the school’s ‘Fund for Student Development’. Please download the PPS Balance Refund Application Form from the school website and return the completed form to the School Office by fax or via email. After 30 April 2015, any unclaimed deposit will be allocated to the Fund for Student Development as donations.
Your cheques or donation receipts will be available at the School Office for collection from 2 July until 10 July 2015 (Monday to Friday).
Thank you for your attention.
Wash hands frequently with liquid soap, especially before handling food or eating, after going to toilet, or when hands are dirtied by respiratory secretion after coughing or sneezing.
Avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes and avoid visiting wet markets with live poultry or contacting poultry especially when travelling to H7N9 virus affected areas.
Maintain good indoor ventilation, including opening windows as widely and as many as possible.
If symptoms of influenza-like illness are developed, you should seek medical advice promptly and avoid returning to the school if you are sick.
This year’s Easter Celebration underlines the importance of reflection about what it takes to transform our lives into one that is worthy of Christ’s unconditional love for us on the Cross.
On 31 March, the Catholic Formation Core Team first took us through the fine example of Betty Kwan, an awardee of Presidential Citizens Medal in 2010. Ms Kwan serves the homeless and the forgotten in her neighbourhood with free hot meals day after day. Her act of charity stemmed from her gratitude to those who had once served her hot meals when she was ravenous.
In another minute, we were enthralled by local stories about parents who never think of giving up teaching their children with difficulty in adjusting to society and expressing themselves. With an iron will to benefit their own children, these parents witness Jesus’ complete acceptance for humanity.
There were other moving videos that melted our hearts about Jesus’ calling for His own followers to watch and bear the Cross until He returns. After that, we spent time putting down what we would like to do in response to Jesus’ unreserved love. Then, students from 1E and 4D, together with Ms Priscilla Tang boldly shared with us their plans. Eventually, Sr Veronica, our Principal, invited a few more students and Mr Ignatius Chow to share their thoughts about how they repay Christ’s love on the Cross. We had special moment learning from each other.
The Easter Programme would not have been through without the guidance of Ms Maria Keung, Ms. Christine Ng, Mr. Ignatius Chow and Mr Anthony Mo. Credits must also go to The Backstage Team for their technical support.
Followed the Easter Programme, we went on celebrating the achievements of Young Entrepreneurs in S3 who completed their fund-raising projects with anniversary souvenirs of their own designs. Many of these items were sold out at the Fun Fair and additional orders had to be placed. The proceeds will go to S5 Extended Learning Week funds. When prizes were given, the Hall was filled with sheer cheers and roars. Congratulations to you, S3 classes andS4 project leaders!