Sixteen years is not a very long period of time, but long enough
to make the Students' Union the most influential organisation of
St. Joseph's College. Ever since its establishment in 1981, the
Students' Union have zealous students willing to take up the
posts in the Executive Committee, contributing their effort and
sacrificing their time, working for the school and serving all
Josephians. What they have been trying to do in these years is
not simply organising school functions, but to uplift school
morale and discipline, and to act as a bridge between the school
authorities and students.
Executive Committee 96-97
Click here to view the names of our Students' Union Executive Committee Members 96-97.
After the formation of the Executive Committee, in the first week
of September, the Exco members paid visit to each class,
accompained by our Principal Rev. Bro. Thomas and our Discipline
Master Mr. L. Tsui. During each visit, the functions and goals of
the Students' Union were introdued, so that students could get
acquainted with the Students' Union more easily.
Issue of Student I.D. Card
In mid September, a Student I.D.Card was issued to every student.
With this I.D.Card, all students officialllly became members of
the Students' Union and could enjoy the various functions
organised throughout the year. At the same time, they were also
obliged to carry this Student I.D.Card whenever they attended
school for lessons and activities, so as to remind them that they
all belonged to one big family.
||Our swimmers and athletes achieved excellent results in this
year's Annual Inter-School Swimming Gala and Athletic Meet. Apart
from the systematic and intense training program, the
enthusiastic support from our Cheering Team should not be
neglected and the slogan "SJC Forever!" was clearly
heard in every corner of the stadium.
Functions held in this year
The Students' Union Executive Committee could not run all
functions on its own, as its workload would then be too enormous.
Therefore, weveral subsidiary boards are set up in order to
facilitate the internal administration and to lessen the burden
of the Executive Committee. They are as follows:
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