Newsletter – October 24, 2010

From Principal Shawn Liu

  • Thanks to Melisa Huang and Joe Kang for hosting the cooking seminar last week and the curry dumplings tasted great. If you missed the seminar, you can find the recipe here.


  • The PinYin input seminar has been rescheduled to next Sunday, 10/31. Instead, this Sunday, 10/17, between 2:30 and 3:30pm, Tai-Chun Pan, our Tai-Chi teacher, is giving a talk on Yang style Tai-Chi for the Tai-Chi class in the cafeteria. Parents are welcomed if you are interested to learn about the subtlety of Tai-Chi.
  • Next Sunday, 10/24, between 2:15 and 2:45pm, Jerry Shiau, our computer teacher, is going to give a seminar on how to setup PinYin input method in your computer?
  • We are in the process of publishing the school directory and are looking for sponsorship in the form of business advertisements as well as individual donations.  If you know of any potential business advertisers or if yourself can support this effort, please contact Su-Ju Chen ( before October 31, 2010.  Individual or family donor names will be published in the directory (without the donation amount) for recognition.


From Vice Principals Celia Lee

  • PARENT DUTY – The following parents are scheduled to work on Oct. 17: 
    Charles Chang & Lichin Lu (10/17, 10/24)
    Joshua Lawerence (10/17, 10/24)
    Christopher and Nicky Eng (10/17, 10/24)
    Pang Kueh Lo & Chooi-Wan Leong (10/24, 10/31)


  • You can now find your parent duty schedule for the 2010-211school year on our website ( and it will also be posted outside of the office.
  • Parents on duty should report to the Office (Room 243) at 1:45pm. If you cannot come, please contact Vice Principal, Celia Lee(508-337-6071, is a $50 fine for absence without prior notice to the Vice Principal.

From Curriculum Director  Sheng-Chu Lu,Tung-Mei Pan

  • We offer only 30 school days for the whole year. It is important that you keep up with all classes. For all the young and adult students, should you miss any class day, please email your teacher to get the content and the homework, and make it up before next class.