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School Advisory Committee

The School Advisory Committee (SAC) is an integral part of the Hong Kah family and have built close relationships with the staff and students of the school. The members have been actively involved in many aspects of the school and have provided much support and advice to nurture our students to be world-ready.

Chairman
Mr Ho Kok Wai, BBM(L)

Vice-Chairman 
Mr Tan Hang Huat 

Patron 
Mr Peter Liong Thiam Keong, BBM
Mr Jimmy Lew Kit Foo , PBM 

Members 
Mr Goh Cheng Tee, PBM
Mr Naresh s/o Vijayakumaran 
Mr Ng Sue Keong, PBM 
Mr Tay Joo Kiah Roger
Mr Tay Liang Wee, Alex

Charity Golf under SAC

The school wishes to thank the School Advisory Committee (SAC) for its unwavering support to help our needy students. 
 
To help raise funds to build a Student Activities Centre at the upgraded school premise, the SAC organised a Charity Golf Dinner on 9th Dec 08. The Guest of Honour was Mr Lim Boon Heng, Minister, Prime Minister’s Office and Member of Parliament for Jurong GRC.  It was a huge success and a total of about $160 000 was raised through the event. We would also like to acknowledge the support of our parents and vendors in  contributing a total of $2,078 to this worthy cause.
 
Through the support of our key partners and the community, when we move back to our original site at Jurong West at the end of 2009, our pupils can look forward to enjoy the comforts of a second home at the Student Activities Centre. Under the watchful guidance of the teachers, our pupils can stay back after school to study, play games, exercise, learn retail and service skills, while earning some pocket money at the retail outlet run by the pupils for the pupils, and at the same time pick up important life skills and values.
 
To ensure that the centre is sustainable, we will use solar powered energy efficient LED lights and solar powered charging stations. The hydroponics and herb gardens located next to the centre will be equipped with a solar-powered watering system to impress on our pupils how green technologies can be creatively used in everyday life.