Flag Day for Lions Befrienders

Dear Students,

Lions Befrienders will be having their annual Flag Day on 25 August 2018 (Saturday). The funds raised will be used to support their operations to serve our seniors and help them age-in-place in the community. The details are provided  below.

If you are keen to help out, please sign up via their website: https://www.lionsbefrienders.org.sg/get-involved/flag-day-2018/. After you complete the Flag Day Service, please obtain an official document from Lions Befrienders stating your name and the hours you volunteered. This document must be signed by the personnel in charge or stamped with the official logo of the organisation. Then submit a copy of the document to Ms Madeleine Chew or Ms Wong Ho Yan within 2 weeks after service, personally or by email to madeleine_chew@sst.edu.sg / wong_ho_yan@sst.edu.sg.

Date25 August 2018 (Saturday)

Duty Shifts:
1) 9am to 2pm
2) 1pm to 6pm
3) 9am to 6pm

Collection Centres/ Meeting Points:
1)      Ang Mo Kio Hub
2)      Bedok Point
3)      Bishan MRT
4)      Bugis Junction
5)      Choa Chu Kang MRT
6)      Clementi MRT
7)      Far East Plaza
8)      Jurong Point
9)      Novena Square
10)   Orchard ION Link
11)   Paya Lebar MRT
12)   People’s Park Centre
13)   Punggol Waterway Point
14)   Serangoon MRT
15)   Tampines MRT
16)   Tiong Bahru Plaza
17)   Toa Payoh MRT
18)   Yishun MRT

Thank you.

National Day Celebrations

Dear students,

The attire for National Day Celebrations in school will be as follows:

S1 & S2: S&W Attire
S3 & S4: Red / White top with jeans or bermudas with covered shoes

Please be reminded to bring along your reading materials for the reading period.

Programme for S1-3 should end around 1030hrs. For S4, it will depend on your learning journey.

Invitation to Participate in the 2018 Australian Informatics Olympiad

Dear students,

This is an invitation to participate in the 2018 Australian Informatics Olympiad (AIO).
The AIO is a 3-hour competition in which students must write computer programs to solve logic problems.

The AIO is open to all secondary students. There are two papers: 
  • Junior (Sec 1-2) 
  • Intermediate (Sec 3-4)

Within each paper are four tasks to test the students' skills using C, C++, C#, Pascal, Java, PHP or Python. 
Students only need to know one of these languages in order to compete. Those new to programming may find Python the easiest of these languages to learn. 

The AIO will be held in SST on Thursday 23 August 2018. Students' solutions are submitted online.

Please register by Monday 13 Aug 2018, 5 pm.

Link to the registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/K9Wt8ImApINuAogw1