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Ming’s Graduation Party

Written By: Tuen - Dec• 17•08

Ming had a graduation party in school last evening. He will be leaving Essex Heights for St. Kevin’s next year.

The graduation party was pretty interesting.  Compared to the Speech and Prize Giving nights of St. Kevin’s and Sacre Coeur, it was of course much less formal with a lot less pomp and grandeur.  However, it had a charm of its own, and I dare say I actually enjoyed it more than I did the other two events.

The Principal’s and Chairperson’s speeches were short and to the point, and each of the four graduating class teachers had a chance to say something about their classes.  

To our delight, Ming received a Classroom Citizenship Awarding; only two pupils in each class receiving such an award.  There was also a drum performance, a dance item, a Power Point presentation (prepared mainly by Ming) and a few singing items.  The night was capped off by a disco party.  Unfortunately, I didn’t manage to get any photos of the disco.

Photos can be found here.

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  1. Grandpa says:

    Ming should be proud for the Classroom Citizen Award. We are very happy for you as the citation shows you have shown examplary conduct
    as a pupil and has been regarded as a role model. Congratulations.
    The girls in his class all look so much bigger than Ming. THe photo with 2 girls on his sides makes him looked sandwished. So, Ming, did the girls bully you?
    I would like to watch him doing the disco dances with his class-mates of the weaker sex but bigger bodies.

  2. Grandpa says:

    Hahaha, further to my email above, I have mistaken the 2 guys in photo 17 as girls. lol.

  3. Grandma says:

    Bravo Ming! Congratulations! We are all very proud of you. Do keep it up and give us even more future surprises.

  4. GabZChris says:

    Congrats, Jerome! Sounds like your future’s really promising already. And to be able to prepare a Power Point presentation at your age is, I must say, impressive. Either that, or I was really slow. XP

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