Chu Van An Senior High School Celebrating The 2010-2011 Year – End Ceremony
The ceremony takes place with all eagerness and delight of students after many months studying assiduously. In the beginning, Mrs Phan Thi Hoa – professional vice principle has stated the summary report of the last school year and issued indoctrination policy in the summer 2011-2012. As student representative, two students Nguyen Thi Nhanh – class 12A1 and Truong Quang Huy- class 10A1 have expressed their own feelings and thoughts during this school year.
The middle of the ceremony is full of atmosphere with impressive music performances from students so as to show their gratitude toward their dedicated teachers who continuously instructed and accompanied with every student during these months. Then Vice Principle Nguyen Trung An announces the decision to commend and reward those students who achieve excellent accomplishments as well as good studying consequences in this school year. Among them is student Nguy Ngoc Hoang Anh who is regarded as the best school student with outstanding proudest scholastic achievement.
At the end of the ceremony, teachers and students take a lot of photographs together before saying good- bye to a memorable school year 2010-2011. May all teachers and students enjoy a meaningful summer vacation in preparation for a new school year with more challenging experiences.
Should you need any further information about the school schedule for the next year, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Website http://cva.edu.vn
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