The first weekend of Week 1, Term 2, DBTI inaugurated the SALT (Servanthood and Leadership Training Program, with an Orientation program. All the 2nd year Trade students numbering 148 and 59 EOSDT students spent overnight in school on Friday, 22nd April. They were divided into 10 groups for a variety of fun games and group building exercises.
The staff and students undertook the “Penitential walk” from DBTI to Holy Cross Cathedral on Holy Thursday, 24 March 2016 from 5.00 AM. A large wooden cross, carried by about 8 students, with a 22 m white cloth held by the ones following the cross.
Italian Government Delegation visits DBTI On Wednesday, 16th March 2016, the Italian delegation that came to Solomon Islands for a one-day visitation for meetings and consultations, visited Don Bosco Henderson at 4.30 pm and spent an hour seeing the facilities there.
WOMEN’S DAY celebrated at DBTI On Wednesday, 9th March, a day after the International Women’s day, DBTI celebrated the occasion. In fact, on Tuesday, when the whole world celebrated this special day, DBTI was preparing the way for the celebrations on the next day, with motivational inputs, distribution of the purple ribbon, etc. The ladies, both staff and students, together with volunteers from among the gentlemen practiced the singing, and helped out with decoration of the Gym.
RECTOR’S CUP inaugurated at DBTI
HOPE FOR THE FLOWERS – Leadership Camp for Bosconians
Don Bosco Elects School Leaders Tuesday, 16th February, the head boy and the head girl were elected to lead the SRC (Student Representative Council) of the school. The SRC consists of the Captain and the Vice Captain of each class. Four candidates were nominated by the Senior students of the school: Abraham Rocky of the Automotive Trade and Jerius Watehau of MFM (Machinist Fitting Maintenance) for the Head Boy; and Vernonica Ilita of Life Skills and Emily Aruhe of the electrical trade. Nominated candidates : (L to R): Abrham Rocky, Veronica Ilita, Emily Aruhe, Jerius Watehau
There is no known formula for success after graduating, says Governor General Sir Frank Kabui. He addressing 70 new graduates at the Don Bosco Technical Institute yesterday. "Graduating after completing a course of training in any institution of any description is a time of feeling relieved, successful and happy and also anxious about the future," Kabui said. He said such feeling are familiar to him because he once had been there before as a law student and a participant in a graduating ceremony at the University of Papua New Guinea.