Alumni’s work inspires students

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La Sallian Alumni chairman Michael Eluh presenting the 2019 annual school magazine to De La Salle Secondary School deputy academic principal Anneth Ingirin on Friday.

GOOD support from ex-students is encouraging current students of De La Salle Secondary School to perform well academically, says deputy principal Anneth Ingirin.
Ingirin made the statement following the launching of the La Sallian Alumni and reviving the yearly school magazine after 21 years.
“The more you support the school and give back, (the more) you are encouraging the current students to perform well,” she said.
The magazine for 2019 was handed over to the school last Friday. La Sallian Alumni chairman Michael Eluh said the objective was to assemble skilled and like-minded ex-students “to incorporate our trade, expertise and experience to support our former school”.
He said the 2019 school magazine was the first project “and we plan to do more projects in the future”.
The alumni will also support other La Sallian schools including Jubilee Catholic Secondary, La Salle Technical, Mainohana Catholic Secondary (Central), Kondiu Secondary (Chimbu), Sacred Heart Teachers College (Bomana) and Holy Trinity Teachers College and Demonstration School (Western).
Eluh thanked the De La Salle Brothers who have taken over the De La Salle Secondary school administration and made a lot of changes.
Grade 11 student Temple Oresi said what the alumni was doing “is a challenge to me to be a good example to continuing students”.

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