The Headmaster congratulated Lion House for exemplary behaviour
regarding punctuality and attendance.
Lion House won the InterHouse Athletics Competition by a wide 
margin. The Lions managed to accummulate 172 points while 
Springbok with 98 points became second. Lion Captain Chester
Nyando won all his races ( 800m, 1500m, 4x400m). On the girls side
Keneetse Mombala and Gotamang Tatolo showed great talent, winning
the 100m, 200m, 4x100m and 4x400m.
Mr Lenna Leshego has been appointed the new Head of Lion House.
He is a former student of Maun Secondary School (1989 to 
1991). He then studied Mathematics at the University of Botswana and
taught at Ghantsi Senior Secondary School before coming to
to Maun Secondary in 2002.
We wish him all the best in his new position.
Lion House loses three teachers at the end 
of this term.
    Mr A. Letham (Maun SS 1993-2002) has been the Head 
of Lion House for the past three years. His organisational skills 
and his devotion have made  Lion House the Top House at 
Maun Secondary School. He is an outstanding sports coach 
who helped many of our students to reach international standards.
We will miss him dearly.
    Mrs A. Maudlin ( Maun SS 1999 – 2002) will best be remembered as Class Tutor of 5M, a most outstanding group of students, who shone in academic and sporting activities. She, and the class, are the embodiments of Lion Spirit : work hard, play hard. They helped make Lion House what it is today. Mrs Maudlin is a caring, hard working and conscientious teacher ; her calm, mature presence will be missed. We wish her good luck in the future.
    Ms Gaborone ( Head of Home Economics) set a great example to all around her. Always dressed to perfection, she is the epitome of competence and reliability. The Home Economics Department and Lion House lose an outstanding teacher.
Ridah Shuma, Lion's Captain, left for Mozambique 
as part of a BISA squad for the COSSASA Reginal 
School Ball Sports Championchips.
Good Luck, Ridah
Onalenna Oabona won the 800m race in the BAAA Senior Championship in Molepolole. 
Another Lion, Modisa Lesalamose took third place in the 1500m race, behind former Lion 
Keeneitse Moswazi  and the Swazi Champion. Lion Gaope Kebapile took second place in the 4x400m relay. Soon Onalenna will be leaving  for Jamaica  to participate in the World Junior Championship.
At the COSSASA Championships Lion's Onalenna Oabona won Gold in 800m setting a new Botswana Junior Record of 1min 50.2 sec. He gained a second Gold in the 4x400m relay helping the team to set a new COSSASA record.
Former Lion House member Leslie Sekotswe received the SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR and the BOXER OF THE YEAR award from the Botswana Sports Council at their annual Award Ceremony.
Congratulation, Leslie !
Last year we dominated sports. This year our hopes of retaining the crown have been dented. We came second in inter-house athletics. Congratulations to Cheetah House, they thoroughly deserved their victory. Well done to our boys who won their section. Well tried to our girls who started late and made heroic efforts to catch up, winning the last five events… but it was too late, out of the first 33 points we only scored 2.
Form 4’s have arrived. Hurrah!… Lions (as expected) gave them a courteous welcome. Thank you form 5’s for your good manners and organisation – especially at our reception at the MM Hall, it was pure theatre, in which each one of you played your part to perfection. All staff were impressed by the ABSENCE  of talking and chatter amongst the audience. We  have never seen such a polite attentive audience.
This is athletics term. The school and Lion House have proud records to defend. Will Lion House retain the Inter-House Title???  Pundits say “ no chance” with Springboks favourites for the 2002 title.
Shepard Modisa Leselamose celebrated his New Year with a win in the gruelling 15 km road race in Tamaga.
Five Lions travelled to Francistown over the weekend to play in Botswana National Table Tennis Ranking Tournament. The squad met with mixed results, our best performer being DAFRIEN GOPPANI who gained overall 16th rank in Botswana. Other results were : Ntwala Kanyenvu  8th in Ladies competition. Tapologo and Emanuel came 16th in Mixed Doubles.

The new Head of Lion House       

Mr L Leshego



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The new Head of Lion House 
Mr L Leshego