Sunday, May 23, 2010
it's CONFIRMED. 21st june
is our class outing date!
it seems to me that it's the most popular date among the 3, so make sure u guys come!!!
It's still a long way from now, so try to make that whole day free for 2A alright?
Monday, May 17, 2010
Heyho everyone. Long time since we had a meeting, so this JUNE hols we'll be having a class outing!
iceskating> bowling> dinner> movie.
Choose 1 date from 7,14,21 JUNE. Please try to come! Inform me asap via dhs mail,msn, sms or in person which date you can make it.
Thanks!:-) oh n please visit this blog more often to be updated!
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Miss the noisy but homely classroom I enter every morning.
Miss the times where we got into trouble.
Miss the times we got singled out for various notorious reasons.
Miss the times we got punished by running 6 rounds around the track.
Miss Level camp and our dance.
Miss the parent-child day.
Miss our terrible sportsmanship and class league points.
Miss all the times we pissed teachers off, real bad.
Miss the times we made our teachers proud, too.
Miss the prep talks from teachers.
Miss the post exam activities we had.
Miss the train rides home.
Miss the times we had outings.
Miss the times we TRIED to have outings (but failed).
Miss Yiren and her hair.
Miss Mrs Kang.
Miss Miss Tang's okays.
Mr Tan's silly actions and his self-proclaimed "hui ge".
Miss the one and only class chalet.
Miss the cliques.
Miss the breakups.
Miss the makeups, too.
Miss the arguments.
Miss the times we made each other cry.
Miss the catfights and dogfights.
Miss the bitchy-ness.
Miss the drama.
Miss the screaming.
Miss the laughter.
Miss the gossips.
Miss the love.
Miss everything about you, altair, but we know those memories can never be relieved again.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Hey all. Maria here, posting on behalf of Miss Chan. here goes:
I promised your class before that I'd never lie to you, or hide things from you, and I didn't want you to find this out only next year. I am leaving the teaching service as of the end of this year, so next year, you won't see me around in school. I'm going to sound really cliche, but I'll miss all of you so, so much.
You should know that you're my first form class, and also my ONLY form class, so you're definitely special! Just like I've always told you in class, the thing I love most about your class, is the fact that you all have unique, distinct personalities. And put together as a class, you are sometimes chaotic, sometimes in conflict, but always always different from others. I cherish that, and I hope you continue to hang on to, and stay true to yourselves.
Each year, I brace myself before I enter a class, because I know that if I grow to love the class, ultimately my heart will be broken, because I will lose the class, because you are your parents' children, and you are your own person. But life doesn't work that way, and most-times you cannot help yourself. Having you for two years doesn't help this situation at all.
You all know that I don't have children of my own (yet), so in some way you're all my children. I've been protective and possessive of you. You don't get to see it, but I'd fight tooth and nail for anyone in our class any day. I only reproach you and ask you to conduct yourself above reproach, because I believe we should always try to, whether or not anyone is there to see.
I'm sorry that I fell in such bad health earlier this year, and later was really unfortunate in not getting to spend much time with you until the EOYs were approaching, and we did nothing but revise and revise. I hope that won't be the Miss Chan that you will remember :(
I still remember what you were all like when you entered DHS at the beginning of last year. You would ask teacher everything! (note broken english) It was crazy! Most of you were small and cute. Now you are big and still cute (some!), but maybe not as cute in that cuddly way :p I remember you before your little cliques formed (and I remember the first cliques that formed). Things are so different now.
I've tried to explain once in class that it's normal for you to want to hang out with different groups of people and different points of time, as you find a different part of yourself, and it doesn't make another part of yourself, hence another group of your friends obsolete. Friends are magic mirrors of ourselves. Many of us keep on changing, or rather, we keep on discovering new facets of ourselves, and each facet may get along better with one group of friends than another. So it really breaks my heart when I see you get angry with one another for moving from one group to another. Or say nasty things to one another (it makes me wonder how much of those nasty things you really really mean? or are you saying it in the heat of the moment?). I hope that when you move to a new class, even if you discover new facets of yourself, that you don't forget and enstrange your fellow Altairans.
I don't know how many of you will miss the class and being in the class. I most certainly will. For all the memories we've made together, even the times when I'm very very vexed, you know I forget those really fast, and I remember better all the good moments, all the sparks that each of you have, all the times you had made me smile.
You all shine in such different ways. And we'd formed the most beautiful constellation.
Hope you had the time of your life.
I know i'll miss ALTAIR... :-(
Thursday, November 5, 2009
This 're the final details for the class chalet.
It's from 11th nov - 12th nov ( wed-thurs)
As for the time we're meeting, i'll inform you all @ a later date.
Everyone is to pay about $10, unless you're only coming for half-day or less.
Try to be co-operative & make this a successful class chalet yes?
Thank you very much :-) ,
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Just a little something for you guys.
Gringo is a Spanish word used in Mexico and other parts of Latin America, generally to denote people from the United States. The term can be applied to any person who is known, or assumed to be from the United States regardless of race, or it can denote a strong association or assimilation into American society and culture. The term in its functional use is mostly encountered by Americans traveling abroad to Spanish speaking countries. The American Heritage Dictionary classifies gringo as "offensive slang," "usually disparaging," and "often disparaging." Hispanophones disagree on whether the term is derogatory.
Friday, September 25, 2009
Hey all. (:
Just a little revision for maths probability.
Wesley found it. ^^
~Have a nice weekend.