Sunday, August 30, 2009

don't say I didn't warn you...

Just to let everyone know, the teachers are (according to Jasper Yee who was talking to Chem Yeo) leaving school at about 11am on Monday (31 Aug 09) for a Teacher's Day Lunch. So, if you come by 12, you might see a few teachers, maybe a few Junior School teachers, and that's it. So, if you bought lots of gifts, I suggest you come earlier!

Don't say nobody told you.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Remember the contact list?

Hey guys.

I was just looking through the Google Docs with our class contact list. Saw a couple of blanks that shouldn't be too difficult to fill in. So I thought you guys could help out.

I listed the missing details below. If you know the answer, drop me an email at [ronaldliong at gmail dot com]. (I think you know how to type that in the "To" section. Enough said.)

a) Where these people are studying (you can post on the tagboard for this one):

b) The handphone number of these people (if they have, and if they're willing to give):
-Jon Phang
-Matthew Tang
-Ben Toh

c) The email address of these people (if they have, and if they're willing to give):
-Melvin Tan
-Matthew Tang

Please don't post contact details on the tagboard.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Class gathering in detail...

Okay, It's August, which means we're supposed to have a class gathering at the end of the month!

Thus, I've created a poll to find out what's the earliest time you can come down for the get-together. Simple choices - 10am, 12 noon, 2pm, or if you have a full Monday timetable and no half-day, 4pm.

At the moment, the plan is just to meet in SASS and walk around looking for teachers, wishing them Happy Teacher's Day, and then meeting together as a class in some corner of SAV/Potong Pasir (which means either we go to the Upper Court/canteen, or we invade MacDonald's).

I don't want to make too many plans because to be honest, there's no point saying "we'll have a soccer time" and only those who want to play turn up while the rest don't feel like coming. It'll just be a 'come, say hi, then what do you want to do now' kind of event. What you want to do after we say hi to the teachers and fellow '4sa-ians' is up to you. Chat over lunch (or Starbucks for the more sophisticated bunch), or just window shop at ion Orchard (how's it, by the way?).

So, yeah. Choose a time so that I'll know how many will make it, and then call up your other friends to see who else wants to go eat some beef noodles at MacPherson with you.