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Director of Membership and Youth
Media Program visits Salah El-Deen

Director of Membership and Youth Media Program with the journalism team

Thursday, 31st March, 2011
    Mrs. Anindata Dutta, Director of Membership and Youth Media Program pays a short visit to Salah El-Deen Secondary school at 11.30 a.m. This unprecedented visit comes in the context of following the implementation and progress of The High School Journalism Program in Kuwait which is fully sponsored by I Earn-USA.
    Mrs. Anindata, accompanied by the General co-coordinator of the program in Kuwait, Miss Amal Al-Randy, met the school principal, Mr. Mahmoud Faraj, who warmly welcomed their coming hoping all the success of the program.
     The visitors held a meeting with Salah El-Deen journalism team headed by both Mr. Medhat Hamdy and Mr. Ahmed Mohammed. The Visitors got acquainted with the students. I Earn-USA’s official had a look at the file prepared by the journalism team which documents the team’s works. Then, Mrs. Anindata had a brief talk with the students demonstrating the prospects and the ultimate goal of the project. Also, she listened attentively to the queries and challenges expressed by the journalism team. After that, the guests had a glimpse at the blog issued by Salah Al-Deen Journalism team. Finally, the attendance had photos. Mrs. Anindata and Miss Amal Al-Randy said good bye wishing the best of luck for Salah Al-Deen generally and the Journalism team specifically.    

Salah El-Deen honors top students

The school principal with one of the top students
Wednesday, 30th March, 2011
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     Salah El-Deen honored its academic best March. 30. The honoring ceremony was held at the school yard. A total of 38 students from Grades 10, 11 and 12 classes were honored for achieving an average of 90 per cent or better.  
     The honoring ceremony started with reciting the Holy Quran, saluting the flag and a brief opening address by Mr. Mahmoud Faraj, the school principal, in which he congratulated the students on their academic success and wished good luck for the others. The celebration which lasted for more than two hours included knock out and sporting competitions