Wednesday, October 27, 2010

In ability

Sorry to state that I am no longer able to update this blog on new events at SCA as I recenlty relocate out of Chuuk State. Apologies to followers....

Kinissou ren Ekkewe Fansoun.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Back On....

Months of blackout~!!!! apologies to those following. We were out of service due to lack of technological support,,, notice there won't be pix to be posted. A new camera is on its way, and hopefully i can begin to repost with pix.

we'll start with graduation 2010 and summer session preps.

cheers from Da Dolphins!

Sunday, November 29, 2009

culture celebration 2009

This year, SCA started its culture week on November 25 that culminated in the food and dance festivities on Friday, November 27. Sandwiched between these two days, the "National Prayer Day" on Thanksgiving Day was an added hype to the three-day long Culture Week. On Friday, President Manny Mori handed to the Principal during a short formal ceremony a check of $500.00 dollars with which he encouraged the SCA to start a "Culture and Environment Program". This amount will be SCA's start-up fund to make the President's encouragement a visible reality.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Kimpiokai at SCDC

On World Food Day, Chuuk held a Food Fair and Kimpiokai at the Saramen Chuuk Development Center. 14 farmers displayed there produce to a sizable crowd of students, gov't workers, ngo's, and the general public at the gymnasium. COM-FSM Chuuk LandGrant did a local food cooking demo and offer some tips on nutrition and health. The day was also attended by Honorable Mark Mailo, President of The Senate, Chuuk Legislature, and the Chief of Staff of the Governor's Office who represented the Executive Branch of Chuuk State, and Honorable Roger S. Mori, Northern Namoneas Congressman at the FSM Congress.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Girls In Research

Junior girls: Myranda Rudolph, Jandora Bisek, Kareleah Masaichy going through piles of old newspapers searching for information. On line research is still problematic on campus due to limited connectivity. It aim to ensure we graduate student who are proficient in computer search and related applications.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Spirit Week Actions

Girls delving into boxes of pure flour searching for coins. Lovelyn Berdon captures the show.

K.Kris Victus attempting a layup for team Grean Power, the superpower of basketball.

Thorn Aritos soaring up high before a kill. Tr. Alexcia poses for defense at he recieving end.
Mochese girls at their trademark: AKELET. Tr. Matt going native in background.

And the winner is,...............???? Kristaleen or Riann -- sisterly brawl.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Community Service Project

On October 2, 2009, SCA had a Community Service Project on Weno Island. The school community was grouped down in six groups. Each group had a place to clean. One group visited the prisioners and cleaned around Boat Pool area. Another group visited the wards at Chuuk Hospital and cleaned the hospital area. Another group went to visit Mr. Tito Bossy at his home in Neotes and worked on the roads over there. One group worked on campus and around church area. The group in the photo above cleaned the road from Truk Stop Hotel all the way to campus. The SCA colors were seen all around weno on this Friday. Class time was cut short to give time to this service endeavor from around 1PM to 4PM.

Tr. Julia directing traffic as Tr. Dion and students work on drainage on SCA Campus.

Aida Paul and Kamalin Sablan took time to fix their weed wacker right behind the Family Mei Pin Church.
Two SCA girls with a banner at road side outside Truk Stop Hotel flashing a wish for Chuuk to be much much more peaceful and a place for loving people.