Zeen, the Special Projects Officer of the 29th CI Club, has had such a lasting impression during her term that several freshmen have expressed a strong desire to emulate her.
Zeen is an amazing person with a huge heart and a listening ear for freshmen. She is a key player in involving her batch in the myriad of school events, and can be counted on to be there at WKWSCI initiatives and adventures.
Zeen's work speaks volumes, and has contributed so much that listening to her speak about her experiences in the school imparts valuable lessons about life in WKWSCI.
As a regular volunteer of MINDS, Jamiyah Home for Children and a WeeTripper for WeeVolunteer, Aqil eventually became the chairman of WKWSCI WeeVolunteer in AY20/21. Aqil often offers his guidance to his juniors, patiently answering all their queries regarding school, in the same way he enthusiastically offers himself as a proud WKW ambassador at every WKWSCI Open House.
In his past year in WeeVo, he led his team to start a social campaign workshop for Laotians from Souphanavong University, teaching them how to effectively do campaigns in English. He also leveraged on the contacts he established in his 2019 Weetrip in Laos to spearhead his team to produce videos based in Laos (with the help of Laotians) despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Having worked in so many committees in his time in WKWSCI, Aqil has a wide network of connections in WKWSCI and continues to be the bridge that connects people together in WKWSCI.
Shashneetha, or Shash, as she is so affectionately called, embodies the WKWSCI Spirit through her work in WeeVolunteer. Shash has been a volunteer with WeeVo since she was a freshman and has been a familiar face to the children over at the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore for years.
In AY20/21, she bravely took up the responsibility of being the vice-chair of WeeVolunteer, leading WeeReach and proving to be a valuable asset to the team. She oversees WeeReach's volunteering programmes at Jamiyah Home for the Aged, MINDSville@Napiri, and St Luke's Active Ageing Home.
Nurturing, visionary, kind, and full of love, few would have anything negative to say about Shash.
Seth, the 28th CI Club Business Manager and now 29th CI Club Vice-President is passionate, kind, creative, and hardworking. Seth's keen eye for aesthetics and brilliant mind for building the WKWSCI community embodies what a WeeKid stands for, allowing him to use his incredible talents for both the school and professional clients, including McDonald’s and New Balance.
Personal creative work aside, Seth puts his talents to use for the school, ideating and producing promotional social media posts for WKWSCI’s Open House. The fresh and unique branding Seth created had a less corporate focus and greater relevance to the school’s energy and culture. Despite the pandemic in 2021, the branding of “Vibe With Us” highlighted sunset-inspired colours to portray hope and warmth for prospective and current WeeKids. In 2022, Seth conceptualised “WKWSCI:Declassified” with bold neon colours to bring excitement for the future to entice prospective WeeKids to discover more about the school.
Athena, President of the 29th CI Club, shoulders the responsibility of leading the CI Club. Even so, she still takes the time to check up on her peers, listen to them and have heartfelt conversations to better understand them. It is staggeringly impressive how, on top of all of her other commitments, she also still manages to do well in her own coursework.
Kai has repeatedly embodied the WKW spirit in the past 2 years, with his creative ideas in schoolwork and willingness to work hard to present his best work. Kai is also passionate about his love for magic, frequently sharing them with his fellow Weekids.
As the president of WeePlay, Kai regularly organises bonding events such as games night for his peers to gather and have fun. He also spearheads initiatives such as WeeSoccer, encouraging WeeKids to go for training sessions to enrich their WKWSCI experience outside of academics.