The School President

Call it a challenge, privilege or even a heaven sent opportunity but leadership remains to be one thing –influence, nothing less. It is one of those moments that can make and yet again break you into pieces.  At times you feel so strong and ready to take on anything that comes your way. Another time it pushes you to the wall but you still have to bounce back;you are czar! I have learnt to hope for the best as I prepare for the worst. To believe in me no matter  the  state  I  am  in.  Optimism  remains  my voice,attitude and tone. I have learnt that each of us is uniquely beautiful and gifted, that the world is spiced up by our differences and to appreciate the simple gifts
of life, like sunshine.


Leadership further proves that trying to please others is the shortest and surest route to failure.  That being humble is not thinking less of yourself but rather thinking of yourself less. I know that a journey with God starts with one small step at a time even as I prepare for greater posts in future; God does not expect me to run the mile but promises to give me strength to walk the distance.The brilliance and commitment of my fellow students promises a tomorrow worth waiting for.The resolve of our teachers to churn more dazzling go-getters is all explicit.

Alone,I would travel only a distance but with all, I have been able to walk for miles and I am still rearing to go.The support I enjoy from all and sundry in the school makes every challenge an opportunity that I must always leap upon.Chairing a cabinet of eighty four secretaries makes me feel more powerful than the president of the nation!The principal's motherly counsel keeps us going.I salute the teachers' for lending a hand in all spheres of life in Lwak. The secretaries' objective nature is worth shouting about on roof tops!The students…so amazing!

Being the president also allows me to bring sunshine upon the lives of others and I believe that I let the sunshine go away from me. Call it being of service and selfless. Leadership is about these.
Students, let's keep thinking BIG, because we become what we think most of the times. We MUST keep the academic embers warmer and the flames brighter. Discipline and hardwork is are sure ways of unlocking our potential.I salute all the ALUMNI and only wish the bonds between grow stronger.

I am happy for having being elected the Rarieda Sub- county President for the period 2015-2016.My pleasure it is pleasure to serve ALL stakeholders of Rarieda Sub County St. Mary's Lwak School. Remember: Life isn't a matter of milestones, but of moments. LONG LIVE ST. MARY'S LWAK SCHOOL.

 

PRESIDENT – CHERYL OKUMU.

 

President – Cheryl Okumu

Call it a challenge, privilege or even a heaven sent opportunity but leadership remains to be one thing – influence, nothing less.

It is one of those moments that can make and yet again break you into pieces. At times you feel so strong and ready to take on anything that comes your way. Another time it pushes you to the wall but you still have to bounce back;you are czar! I have learnt to hope for the
best as I prepare for the worst.

To believe in me no matter the state I am in. Optimism remains my voice,attitude and tone. I have learnt that each of us is uniquely beautiful and gifted, that the world is spiced
up by our differences and to appreciate the simple gifts of life, like sunshine. Leadership further proves that trying to please others is the shortest and surest route to failure. That
being humble is not thinking less of yourself but rather thinking of yourself less. I know that a journey with God starts with one small step at a time even as I prepare for greater posts in future; God does not expect me to run the mile but promises to give me strength to walk the distance.The brilliance and commitment of my fellow students promises a tomorrow worth waiting for.The resolve of our teachers to churn more dazzling go-getters is all explicit.
Alone,I would travel only a distance but with all, I have been able to walk for miles and I am still rearing to
go.The support I enjoy from all and sundry in the school makes every challenge an opportunity that I must always leap upon.Chairing a cabinet of eighty four secretaries makes me feel more powerful than the president of the nation!The principal's motherly counsel keeps us going.I salute the teachers' for lending a hand in all spheres of life in Lwak. The secretaries' objective nature is worth shouting about on
roof tops!The students…so amazing!

Being the president also allows me to bring sunshine upon the lives of others and I believe that I let the sunshine go away from me. Call it being of service and selfless. Leadership is about these. Students, let's keep thinking BIG, because we become what we think most of the times. We MUST keep the academic embers warmer and the flames brighter. Discipline and hardwork is are sure ways of unlocking
our potential.I salute all the ALUMNI and only wish the bonds between grow stronger.

I am happy for having being elected the Rarieda Sub- county President for the period 2015-2016. My pleasure it is pleasure to serve ALL stakeholders of Rarieda Sub County St. Mary's Lwak School.

Remember: Life isn't a matter of milestones, but of moments.

LONG LIVE ST. MARY'S LWAK SCHOOL.