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Producing the front page of a newspaper is not easy, but participants who attended the first two Best School Newspaper Awards 2005 (BSNA 2005) student workshops this week managed to come up with one in just 45 minutes.
Schools are advised to suspend Physical Education (PE) classes if the air quality, which is worsening in several parts of the country, shows a drastic drop.
THE La Salle schools in Brickfields will be organising a dinner next month to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
A total of 31,362 Pizza Hut vouchers will be given away to newshounds from schools who worked hard to put their newspaper together.
You could easily have heard a pin drop when Inessa Irdayanty Khairil Anwar acted out her nightmare as the child of an abusive and drunken father. The audience was totally caught in the whirlpool of emotions, and the fear, anger and pain coursing through I>Family Portrait/I>, the drama which won the Inti College Drama Competition award recently, was almost palpable.
MCA has asked top scorers to file their appeals and not to give up in despair.
The police should be given more powers in the fight against gangsterism in schools, say many educationists and parents.
Close to 70,000 students from 247 schools signed up for the Best School Newspaper Awards 2004 in anticipation of producing an exciting school newspaper and winning pizza rewards.
HERE'S a couple of letters which I would like to share with readers today. The first is from Alex Zulkarnian and the second is written by lower secondary student Kenneth Hiew. Both are new comers to the local Scrabble circuit.
NIGEL Richards played flawlessly at the De La Salle Scrabble Invitational in Kuala Lumpur on Feb 21-22 to cruise home with his first tournament of the year.