On December 24th, 2009. Our school celebrated Christmas Eve. We brought 2 big tanks of cakes and 12 big bottles of cokes for students to celebrate this special day as well as to welcome the upcoming Christmas day.
In recent year Cambodian people seem so popular to use and play white powder with good smell in many ceremonies, especially during Khmer New Year. As for our schools in almost every party and ceremony, they love playing powder with one another.
The students were gathering in the computer room to to vote for the best Christmas card which drew by all students from grade 4 – 6. Before voting, they were freely to check up all the Christmas cards for their favorite and decided which one they love. When voting, they had to arrange a small piece of paper and put them into the poll box. When the children have already put their votes into the box, Mr. Sovann Heng was a committee in the competition to pick out the vote for the winner.
The selection was really fair, because all the Christmas cards were voted by their friends. The table below showing a number of students who got top vote.
List of students who got 3 votes
Here are the next photos of the vote winners
From right to left: Panha, Sophy, Ratanak, and Briyel
The table below is the number of students who got 2 votes
From left to right
- First Line: Sokhani, Tanglay, and Sophealen
- Second Line from left to right Seïha, Sovansokheang, and Sreïsras
The table below is the number of students who got 1 vote
The students who got only one vote from their friends.They also got a nice shirts as a gift.
From Right to Left:
- First Line : Savori, Sophak, Sitha, Chalem, and next Chalem is Chili.
- Second Line : Siek Yi, Sreïpov, Rani, Lina, Kimma, Virak, Chhaiya, Baureï, and Sovanlida.
After selecting the top vote and giving gift to the achievers, all the students gather together at the English class to sing the Christmas song and dance the traditional Khmer song altogether.
At the end of the Christmas celebration, the students were taking the souvenir photos with their friends. Some of them holding the bottle of cokes, tanks of cakes, and glass of cokes. They were very pleased to take part in the Christmas celebration.
Movie : Jingle Bells sung by Vogel Students
Movie : Christmas Song sung by Vogel Students
We EVS3 staffs would like to express our deep thank to Mr. Rick Dyck, Mr. and Mrs. Kawasaki, The School of Mirauzi, Mrs. Phaly Nuon, Ms. Phallin Chea, All stuffs of TCSJapan, and other generous donors. Without you all, we don't have today. Thus, we will try more to help the students to be succeed in their future.
Thank for your continuous support!
We wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous Year 2010!