For earlier posts, go to SHEN JAI HIGH SCHOOL, IPOH Part 1
Teachers Day~Year 2013
An old photo of the original Shen jai High School but now it is the Shen Jai School of Commerce.
深斋独中 高三纯商’13 班歌 – 风筝
Published on Apr 18, 2013
深斋独中 高三纯商’13 班歌 – 风筝
Friday February 1, 2013
Pupils from schools happy to receive cash aid
By FONG KEE SOON
Photos by SAIFUL BAHRI
SMILES were all around as students and pupils from a total of 16 private schools, religious schools and Chinese independent schools in Perak received their RM100 school cash aid.
State executive councillor Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon presented the aid to the students and pupils as well as mock cheques to the schools’ heads and principals.
The assistance, Dr Mah said, was among the many initiatives taken by the Government to improve the welfare of the people.
“We hope the aid will further motivate our students and pupils to work hard and excel in their studies while lessening their parents’ burden at the same time.
“Education is an important aspect in the development of the country, which we are able to enjoy, thanks to the stability, prosperity and peace brought about by the Government,” he said during a simple ceremony held at the Shen Jai High School in Simpang Pulai last Saturday.
Form Four student Lai Kai Lin said the money would help to lessen her parents’ burden.
“My father works as a sales executive while my mother is a housewife, so every ringgit matters,” said the Shen Jai High School student, the eldest of three siblings.
State Education Department special education assistant director Aznan Alias said a total of 7,807 students and pupils from private schools, religious schools and Chinese independent schools in the state would receive the aid this year.
SHEN JAI: TOP SCHOLARS UEC 2012
SEW SHIN SOON
SHEN JAI HIGH SCHOOL: TOP SCHOLAR in 2012, 11A in the UEC!
That’s Shin Soon, on my left, in an older photo: she is a gifted speaker, too.
Older photos (either 2003 or 2004)
Come back soon!
2005 GRADUATION DAY
Pingback: SHEN JAI HIGH SCHOOL, IPOH Part 1 | weehingthong
Pingback: CHINESE EDUCATION IN MALAYSIA | weehingthong
Pingback: CHINESE INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS | weehingthong
I pay a quick visit each day some web sites and websites to read posts, except this blog
offers feature based posts.
Hello, I enjoy reading all of your article. I wanted
to write a little comment to support you.