1. SPC Foundation Updates
Dear Fellow Alumni,
I hope everyone is healthy and continue to stay well.
It is probably one of the most unforgettable summer in everyone’s life. Under the spectre of Covid-19, our daily life has changed dramatically to accommodate for the effort to combat the disease. We have to keep social distance with each other, cover our faces in hot and stuffy weather and minimise meeting other. However, nothing stops our alumni’s continuous support of our alma mater.
As I indicated in my last newsletter, there is a major revamp of the organisation structure of the Foundation. I would like to report that the task is complete and the committee convenors and members have started functioning.
Presently, we are proceeding to the next phase of the School Enhancement Project, a new front entrance and foyer, an indoor Swimming Pool, and a modernized Library. We will build new structures and will redesign the location of the special rooms, school office and the staff rooms, so as to allow enhance connectivity between students, teachers, parents and alumni.
Please do support us as usual. For more details and further information, please contact us at 852-25462248 or email@example.com.
Ian Chan Yau Nam (’67)
St. Paul’s College Foundation
2. News from St. Paul's 2019-2020
The digital version of "News from St. Paul's" is now available at the College website. The new issue features news and updates about the College and our global alumni communities over the past year. We hope you enjoy reading it.
Incidentally, while we are delighted to mail hard copies of the publication to our alumni around the globe, we at the same time encourage them to go green with us and consider subscribing to the e-edition. You may simply let us know your preference by filling out the Google Form.
Read online: http://www.spc.edu.hk/content.php?id=164&mid=1-211
Support our paperless drive: https://forms.gle/dWvd6RWAc6bHN3Hr7
3. Meet the Principal of SPCPS - Mr. Michael Mak
||26 August 2020 (Wed)
Every year, the Primary School Headmaster will share with us news from our junior section. To preserve the tradition while keeping social distance, Mr. Michael Mak will meet interested alumni online. Please click the below link to join the event's whatsapp group for more details.
4. 170th Anniversary Dinner Organising Committee
Sign up for the St Paul's College 170th Anniversary Dinner Organising Committee!
Our alma mater will turn 170 years old in 2021. To celebrate this historical anniversary, the St Paul's College Alumni Association (SPCAA) is now forming a committee to organise a gala dinner at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. This monumental task cannot be completed without the help of fellow SPC alumni, therefore we are openly recruiting Paulines who are interested in voluntarily serving as committee members. Please sign up by filling in the form via the below link, and you will be contacted by SPCAA shortly.
Sign up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfUQR3vtaDQnSZdYjZb65TvsnJkpdJ5L-Q9l4WFGje0Aa_Bug/viewform
For enquiries, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. SPCAA Committee Meeting Minutes
The minutes of the nineth 2018-20 Committee Meeting is now available for members' view. Please use the password below to access the file.
9th Meeting (27 May 2020)
Password: [please refer to email]
6. Be Connected with SPC
The College is building a database to bond closer with the alumni. This database will be maintained, protected and operated only by the school authority to update you regularly with the information about the College's activities and growth plans. To support the College's ongoing development, we would like to invite and encourage you to fill out the form at https://www.spc-connect.net/.
7. Meeting Teachers & Class Reunion
The SPCAA would like to extend assistance to classes of alumni who wish to:
1) meet their past teachers; or
2) celebrate their quinquennial anniversaries in 2020.
Please contact the SPCAA by email (email@example.com) for more details.