This week we are pleased to introduce Mr William Savitas, ICT & English teacher (7-12) and Boarding House Supervisor. Jedidiah Kalisa and Christina Thomas, Year 10 students present their interview of Mr Savitas.
Mr. William Savitas first joined OLSH in January, 2020. He comes from New Ireland and was previously attending Don Bosco Technical Institution (DBTI) in Port Moresby. He misses the morning assemblies he had in DBTI and all the friends he made there.
His favorite color is maroon and his hobbies are writing, creating graphic design, creating and editing multimedia.
He believes that the challenge OLSH is facing is - the era of COVID-19 has caused a lot of challenges for both students and teachers in terms of effective teaching and learning. Also one other challenge is the continuous blackouts that are beyond our control.
What Mr Savitas finds most appealing about OLSH is that the students and teachers of OLSH are friendly and also there is cooperation and collaboration between the teachers and students.
The book that he read and was a memorable one was Dr Ben Carson’s life story. It was a memorable book because it stated how Ben went through the challenges in life and become successful at the end.
His message for the students of OLSH is to be always grateful that you are a student here at OLSH. You have access to standard learning materials/facilities and teachers who can help you. Students in other schools don’t have the type of learning facilities that OLSH offers.
Christina Thomas and Jedidiah Kalisa