Our Annual Sports Day is on again, and we can’t hide the excitement. Prior to this event, we shall consider the developments at the school as well as previously discussed issues, for follow up. In attendance, will be: Fr. Henry Kasasa, the Headmaster, Mr. James Batte, the Deputy Headteacher (Administration), Mr. Rex Regis Ssemulya, the Deputy Headteacher (Academics), Chairman P.T.A., Board of Trustees; and the other organs of the school. This meeting will be open to the public.
Parents, students and community members are invited to attend this meeting, which discusses educational issues at the high school and its middle and elementary schools. Schools in the Kerrington cluster are: Aldiger, Caramba, Chesterfield, Cutterey, Fraiser, Johnson, Antonio, Lorney Winston, Ramos, and Westford secondary schools; Monterey and Tilt middle schools; and Kearrrinfton High. All schools and district offices are closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Year-round schools resume school. Open to the public.
The Clairemont High School junior received the honor from the youth division of the international animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
The multi-group recital included jolly renditions from the Lower School and Middle School choirs, the Gong Gang, Marimbas, Ukestra, and the Jazz Couriers. Our wonderful Lower School students were recently visited by three charity representatives after they raised over £1,500 for charitable causes. As part of their annual DUCK week (Developing, Understanding, Caring and Kindness), each year group decided on a different fundraising method, organising activities from discos and games, to face painting and volunteering.
Healthy Schools. Bale was saluted for his successes in giving Secondary School “a shared vision for student and staff wellness, in large part because of Michael Bale’s dedication and efforts to promote wellness,” according to the provider’s website.