A Warm Welcome Back to School
I hope that you have all had a safe and relaxing early “summer break” and are feeling ready for the resumption of face-to-face lessons next week. The past two months were indisputably in a state of disarray when the city was overwhelmed by the fifth wave of Covid-19. Intermittency is an important lesson for us to learn because we are often faced with changes that aren’t necessarily good or bad but natural and expected. Can you remember the theme of our Christian Union this year? “Rejoice in Hope”. “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.” Romans 12:12. We must value our courage to navigate life’s ebbs and flows with flexibility and positivity. I am earnestly awaiting your return to school for physical learning on the campus.
I watched the production of our Chinese Drama Team twice during the break and was hugely impressed by the originality, creativity, and enthusiasm of Jubileans transcending the geographical boundaries and putting the show online. At the same time, I believe many of our other teams such as the Chinese and English Debating teams, the STEM Society and others also had fulfilling experiences in the past months. When you return to campus, I look forward to seeing your participation in your social and emotional lives, which you have missed out on during the pandemic.
We will miss Mr. Choi Yeuk Lam and Ms. Poon Dik See Daisy after mid-May as they have decided to leave Hong Kong. On behalf of all Jubileans, we thank them for their dedication and exceptional effort all these years. We wish them a very happy and wonderful life. You will be missed, Mr. Choi and Ms. Poon.
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