Samakkhi Witthayakhom School

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Samakkhi Witthayakhom School
โรงเรียนสามัคคีวิทยาคม
Chief Building of Samakkhi Witthayakhom School.jpg
Building 1 which houses the administrative divisions of the School, built during the Second World War
Location
159, Thanon Banphaprakan, Tambon Wiang, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Rai, Changwat Chiang Rai
57000
Thailand
Coordinates 19°54′24″N 99°49′38″E / 19.90667°N 99.82722°E / 19.90667; 99.82722Coordinates: 19°54′24″N 99°49′38″E / 19.90667°N 99.82722°E / 19.90667; 99.82722
Information
School type National budget, Public school
Motto Balaṃ saṅghassa sāmaggī
(Unity constituting Strength)
Religious affiliation(s) Buddhism
Established 1908
Founder Phraya Si Suriyaratchawaranuwat (Suk Ditsayabut), Governor of Chiang Rai
Status State agency with
juristic personality
Oversight Office of the Basic Education Commission,
Ministry of Education
School code 1008570101 (present)
08570101 (previous)
Director Prasoet Kanthawang
Staff 400
Faculty 8
Teaching staff 250
Grades 7-12
Gender Every
Age range 12-19
Number of students 4,000
Language Thai, English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Korean
Hours in school day 10
Classrooms 100
School colour(s)      White and
     Blue
Slogan Be the finest education, the best comportment and the most excellent development
Song March of Samakkhi Witthayakhom School
National ranking 22 (out of 200) (2007)[1]
Budget THB 190,341,710,300 (Budgeting Year 2008)
Website

Samakkhi Witthayakhom School (Thai: โรงเรียนสามัคคีวิทยาคม; rtgsRong Rian Samakkhi Witthayakhom; Thai pronunciation: [rōːŋrīːən sǎːmákkʰīː wíttʰājāːkʰōm]), or, in brief, SWK (Thai: ส.ว.ค.), or formerly, Samakkhi Witthayakhom Chiang Rai Provincial School (Thai: โรงเรียนประจำจังหวัดเชียงรายสามัคคีวิทยาคม; rtgsRong Rian Pracham Changwat Chiang Rai Samakkhi Witthayakhom), is a public high school in Changwat Chiang Rai, the northernmost province of Thailand.

Established by Chiang Rai Governor Phraya Si Suriyaratchawaranuwat (Suk Ditsayabut) in 1908, it is tallied as the twenty-second oldest public high school of the Country, the fourth oldest of the Northern Region and the oldest of Changwat.[2][3] The School has celebrated its centenary in 2008.

In pursuance of the law on Ministry of Education organisation, it is a state provincial agency with juristic personality, subsidiary to the Office of Chiang Rai Educational Area 1, the Office of Basic Education Commission, the Ministry of Education, respectively.[4]

History[edit]

The origin of Samakkhi Witthayakhom School could be reckoned from the initiation of "Samakkhi Witthayakhom Chiang Rai’s Provincial School" (Thai: โรงเรียนประจำจังหวัดเชียงรายสามัคคีวิทยาคม) in 1908 by Chiang Rai (CR) Governor Phraya Si Suriyaratchawaranuwat (Suk Ditsayabut) (Thai: ศรีสุริยราชวรานุวัตร (ศุข ดิษยบุตร)) by and with the advice and consensus of all the local public servants. The name of which was later minified to "Samakkhi Witthayakhom", meaning the "Academic Institute Established by the Unanimous Unity". At that time, the school affairs took place at the foothills of Wat Ngam Mueang (Thai: วัดงำเมือง), and only Grade 4 to Grade 6 was provided; however, it was extended to Grade 9 in 1917.

In 1924, owing to the limitation of the location, CR Governor Phraya Ratchadetdamrong (Phon Sarutanon) (Thai: พระยาราชเดชดำรง (ผล ศรุตานนท์)) ordered the classes of SWK be dichotomised to Grade 4–6 and Grade 7–9. The aforesaid was ordered to move to use Wat Ming Mueang (Thai: วัดมิ่งเมือง) as an interim place of education, the latter, to Wat Chet Yot (th: วัดเจ็ดยอด). The Governor also gathered the public contributions and donations for uses in establishing the new permanent office of the school. During which the school was compelled to use many places as interim office, including inter alia: CR Provincial Military Headquarters was dissolved at the end of 1925.

In 1927, CR educational officer Luang Kittiwat (Thai: หลวงกิตติวาท) granted Government budget to the School to cover the permanent office establishment costs; and Grade 4–7 was pulled out of the school to become a new school entitled "Damrong Rat Songkhro School" (Thai: โรงเรียนดำรงราษฎร์สงเคราะห์); however SWK prolongated its education to Grade 12, being Grades 6–12.

Owing to the delay of establishment, SWK acting Director Khuang Sukhontharot (Thai: ข่วง สุคนธรส) and CR educational officer Boonsing Boonkham (Thai: บุญสิงห์ บุญค้ำ) decided to disburse three hundred and fifty Baht to purchase the six-rai estates at Wat San Pa Daeng (Thai: วัดสันป่าแดง) from the American Missionary headed by Ray W. Battelle, and further adjacent estates enumerating about one plaeng (Thai measurement unit). Great amounts of estates and money were also donated to the school by the government, public servants and aristocrats, including inter alia: renowned physician and former Minister of Public Health Sem Phringphuangkaeo (Thai: เสม พริ้งพรวงแก้ว) and six hundred million Baht from the Council of Ministers.

A panel was set up by CR Administration to supervise the establishment, with Boonsing Boonkham as chair. The panel signed a contract hiring the bid-winning company of a Chinese Huiyuan Hangtrakun (Thai: ฮุยหยวน ฮังตระกูล) to carry out the establishment. On 2 March 1937, the ceremony was held to lay the cornerstone to the heart of the estates where the permanent office. And on 11 February of the following year CR Governor Phra Phanom Nakharanurak (Hokkai Phisanlabut) (Thai: พระพนมนครานุรักษ์ (ฮกไก่ พิศาลบุตร)) presided over the inauguration of the chief building.

Upon completion of the establishment, the Council of SWK Government Teachers resolved in 1940 to use the school flag and anthem (see "Symbols" below). The abbreviation "SWK" and the motto Balaṃ saṅghassa sāmaggī ("unity institutes the power") were also officially invented and declared. Following that, many buildings and places have been installed within the school so as to serve the public needs.

For decades the school has provided the public education prescribed in the law on national education and served various public wills. As an outgrowth of such performances, the school has been awarded many times, those have been conferred to the school are included inter alia: 1990 Royal Best Secondary School Award, granted by Bhumibol Adulyadej's daughter Maha Chakri Sirindhorn at Dusitalaya Hall, Chitralada Palace, Bangkok, 20 May 1991, for extensively pursuing the public advancement; the "Best Classroom Advancement School" Reward granted by CR Educational Office in 1996; the "Best School for Educational Reform" Reward from CR Governor in 2001; the "Best Curricular Arrangement School" Award from the Government in 2002; the "Best Buddhist Development and Support School" Award from the Office of National Buddhism in 2004; the "Example School for Democratic Development" Award from Privy Councillor Prof Kasem Watthanachai in 2005.

In 1993 female students were accepted to SWK for the first time after the sixty years of accepting only male students, and the Regional Scientific and Technological Education Centre was declared open at the school. The Regional Arts Centre was also opened in 2002, followed by opening of the "English Programme" for Grade 7–9 students in the same year, as well as Thailand’s Self English Access Centre under patronage of the World Bank, the "Buddhist School" Project and the "Technological School" Project in the next year, respectively.

Mindful on the rapid student increment and public need of education, the Government announced, in 1994, open a branch of SWK, entitled "Samakkhi Witthayakhom School 2".

The School celebrated its centennial in 2007. The manifold cerebration, ceremonies and activities were held under the name "Uniting Hearts, Uniting Wills, the Centenary of Samakkhi Witthayakhom School 2008" (Thai: ร้อยใจ ร้อยไมตรี ๑๐๐ ปี สามัคคีวิทยาคม พ.ศ. ๒๕๕๑, RTGS: Roi chai roi maitri nueng roi pi samakkhi witthayakhom phoso song phan ha roi ha sip et). The highlight of which included the opening of the Centenary Building—established in May 2007, given the name "King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary Commemorative Building" by Bhumibol Adulyadej—presided over by Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.

Containing intention to prepare the efficacious scientists for the future Thai society, the School in 2008 set a new class for forty students selected from scientific classes of Grade 10 through extra examination. At 15.00–16.00 hours every Tuesday and Friday, these students meet in a special laboratory to receive an intensive training in mathematics, physical science, chemistry, biology and computers.

Administrators[edit]

No. Name Years in office[5]
Principals
1. Vice Grand Secretary Chit 1914–1916
2. Vice Grand Secretary Pui Yuwawan 1916–1922
3. Vice Grand Secretary Chuea Kusonlawong 1922–1925
4. Vice Grand Secretary Amnuai Makhatsathian 1925–1927
5. Vice Grand Secretary Khun Minanan 1927-1929 (First period)
1930-1932 (Second period)
6. Vice Grand Secretary Dai Buranakon 1929–1932
7. Vice Grand Secretary Inthrathat Sirorot 1932–1935
Headmasters
8. Khuang Sukhonthasan 1935–1938
9. Uthit Patchimaphirom 1938–1941
10. Sophit Sukkasem 1941–1953
11. Prasit Thanapanyo 1953–1962
12. Muan Thanachaikhan 1962–1969
13. Banchong Phongsat 1969–1977
Directors
14. Somsak Sisuwan 1977–1984
15. Prasit Saenchai 1984–1987
16. Arun Asa 1987–1989
17. Bunsong Chailam 1989–1994
18. Thara Chatuprayun 1994–2000
19. Kittichot Hoiyiphu 2000-2004 (First period)
2004-9 January 2007 (Second period)
20. Pricha Phuanukunnon 10 January 2007 – 25 January 2008[6]
21. Kittichai Thongpanya
(Director ad interim)
26 January 2008 – 30 June 2008
22. Thawisak Phiphatthanasak 1 July 2008 – 30 September 2010
23. Yutthasak Supphaphatthrayut
(Director ad interim)
1 October 2010 – 23 December 2010
24. Prasoet Kanthawang 24 December 2010 – 30 September 2015
25. Tawat Chumchob 21 October 2015 – present

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Nattakan Lonoppharat : teen idol[7]
  • Nichamon Ongkhasuwan : singer and musician[8]
  • Decha Bunkham, professor emeritus  : Landscape architect, National artist 2003
  • Thawan Duchanee : Painter, National artist 2001
  • Thanphisit Sotthisewi, Lieutenant : King’s guard[9]
  • Thitirat Rotsaengrat : CU Band singer,[10] teen idol, teen star, singer[11]
  • Butsarin Tiyaphairat Woraphatthananan : Senator[12]
  • Prasit Saenchai : Civil servant[13]
  • Piya Techathirawat : Thammasat University lecturer[14]
  • Phairot Thammarot : Guitarist.[15]
  • Yongyut Tiyaphairat : House of Representatives member[16]
  • Yongyut Hongprayun, Pol Maj Gen : senior police officer[17]
  • Rueang Charoenchai : Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization's Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts director[18]
  • Wiset Sisuwan : Ministerial adviser[19]
  • Sawanya Kaeomichai : singer
  • Sasinthon Insithon : teen idol[7][20]
  • Saowalak Duangsong : teen idol, teen star

Symbols[edit]

Phra Phutthamani Maitri Rattana
  • Motto Balaṃ saṅghassa sāmaggī (Pāḷī) or "Unity constituting Strength"
  • Slogan "Be the finest education, the best comportment and the most excellent development"
  • Byword "Good examples prevailing good instructions."
  • Seal The Seal of the School composes of a strand tighly roped in the figure of the abbreviated school title in Thai, "ส.ว.ค.", as a symbol of unity. Under the strand lie the clouds representing respectfulness. Upon the strand, there is the royal insignia with glorious light, as a sign of illustratiousness. And beneath the strand is the establishment year in Buddhist Era and the ribbon with the school motto.
  • Buddha Statue "Phra Phutthamani Maitri Rattana" (Thai: พระพุทธมณีไมตรีรัตนะ, "the Jewel Buddha of Precious Friendship"). Formerly, it was untiled but called under its artistic identification "Phra Phuttharup Chiang Saen Sing Sam" (th: พระพุทธรูปเชียงแสนสิงห์ 3, the Chiang Saen's Three Lions Buddhist Statue). On 1 July 2004, Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara, the Supreme Patriarch of Thailand) entitled it with the present name to celebrate the School's Centenary in 2008. The Statue is erected of bronzed, aged around 400–500 years back since the Chiang Saen period. Having the size identical to a mature child sitting in a meditation posture, its length is 17 inches. Three lions mentioned in the former name are the artistic features of the Statue: lion-like feature, divine-like feature and Buddha-like feature.[21] Presently, it is installed within the Building 1's auditorium as a principle Buddha statue.
  • Anthem "March of Samakkhi Witthayakhom," composed by the Council of Teaching Staffs of the school in 1940 for use in cheering sport competitions.[22] The march lyrics invite people to come and join the school's sport competitions, as well as call for unity and preserverance among the competitions. Listen to the March here.

School precincts[edit]

Building 1 built in the 2nd World War art style

Samakkhi Witthayakhom School located in the urban of Changwat Chiang Rai with various man-desire healing places encircled, namely, supermarkets, department stores, student dormitories, hotels as well as Buddhist temples and temples of other religions.

Particularly, the School's area holds 5 rai, 5 ngan, 200 square metres, consisting of 13 academic buildings, 5 minor buildings, 90 classrooms and 45 academic laboratories. Academic buildings are as follows:

  • Building 1. First floor is used as the location of the Office of Director, the Office of Steering Affairs, the Office of Student Affairs, the Office of General Affairs and the Office of Academic Affairs. Second floor, the honorary hall and the auditorium. It is the oldest building among the others, established in 1938, having rarely been modified and improved since then. The art style of the Building dates back to the Second World War Period.
  • Building 2. The location of the Department of Science, the scientific laboratories and the Library of the Scientific and Technological Education Advancement Centre.
  • Building 3. The location of the Department of Vocational and Technological Education's Computer Division, and the Information and Communication Technology Centre.
  • Building 4. The location of the Department of the Thai Language and its library.
  • Building 5. The location of the Department of Mathematics and the mathematical laboratories.
  • Building 6. The location of Charoenchai Library or the Central Library, the Department of Social, Religious and Cultural Education, and the Department of Arts.
  • Building 7. Upper floor is the Grand Conference Hall, lower floor is the Department of the Foreign Languages. The Central Gymnasium and Thammasathan, the place for religious affairs, are located nearby.
  • Building 8. The location of the English Programme Programme.
  • Building 9. It is the newly installed building, Bhumibol Adulyadej entitled it "King's 80th Birthday Anniversary 5 December BE 2550 (2007) Commemorative Building."

Within the School, there thoroughly exists the bonatical garden in honour of Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, the Princess of Thailand. The garden chiefly contains local plants, flowering plants and fragrant plants. Moreover, there are two canteens behind Building 9, the one called "Sinthani Canteen," the other one, "Canteen 2." The official residences are located at the back of the said canteens.

Next behind the School, are Chiang Rai Vocational College and Chiang Rai Commercial College.

Education[edit]

Education Arrangement[edit]

The General Assembly of the Language-Gifted Children of the Northern Thai Educational Area, 23 October 2004
  • The School provides basic secondary education (Grade 7–12, called in Thai "Matthayommasueksa (th: มัธยมศึกษา, secondary education)" 1–6) in conformity to Thailand's National Basic Curriculum,[23] National Education Plan, Government policies and relevant resolutions of the Council of Ministers. Furthermore, it arranges and provides extra programmes in addition to the said secondary education suitable to the diversity of student's capabilities.
  • Grade 7–9 contain twelve classrooms each, being thirty six classrooms in total, which can be categorised in accordance with the education arrangement as follows:
    • Class 11–12 : for the gifted students under the "Programme on Education Arrangement for Science-and-mathematics Gifted Children" (th: โครงการจัดการศึกษาสำหรับผู้มีความสามารถพิเศษทางวิทยาศาสตร์และคณิตศาสตร์) providing the extraordinary scientific and mathematic education.[24]
    • Class 9–10 : for the English Programme's students. The students will have all subjects of education in English with the exception of the Thai Language Subject. The School employs qualified foreigners as instructors under this Programme.[25]
    • Class 1–8 : for general students assuming the basic secondary education.
  • Grade 10–12 contain fifteen classrooms each, being forty five classrooms in total, which can be categorised in accordance with the education arrangement as follows:[26]
    • English-Thai-Sociology Programme (Class 1)
    • English-Chinese Programme (Class 2)
    • English-Japanese Programme (Class 3)
    • English-French Programme (Class 4)
    • English-Mathematics Programme (Class 5-6)
    • Science-Mathematics Programme (Class 7-15)
  • [27] Gifted Children Programme or the "Programme on Education Arrangement for Gifted Children in Thai Language Branch, Foreign Language Branch, Mathematics Branch and Science Branch" (th: โครงการจัดการศึกษาสำหรับผู้มีความสามารถพิเศษทางภาษาไทย ภาษาต่างประเทศ คณิตศาสตร์ และวิทยาศาสตร์) is an extra programme provided by the School, it is initiated by Thailand's National Education Council and, presently, supervised by Office of the Secretary General of the National Education Council (Osec) incorporating Chiang Mai University's Faculty of Humanity.[28][29] The process of the programme commences with the selection of gifted students in Grade 10–12 through requiring them to do the specific examinations, to be in the interview test, etc. The selected students will have extraordinary educations for the branch whereof. Students graduated under this programme will receive the certificates from Osec. The chief objective of the programme is to provide education suitable to the student's capacity and to advance such capacity to be productive.[30]
  • The School organs having chief duties to provide educations are called "8-D" (eight departments), consisting of the followings:
  • Department of the Thai Language
  • Department of Foreign Languages
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Science
  • Department of Social, Religious and Cultural Education
  • Department of Physical Education
  • Department of Arts
  • Department of Vocational Technology
    • Division of Agriculture
    • Division of Domestic Education
    • Division of Computer

Admissions[edit]

Grade 7[edit]

Grade 7 Students' report to the School on 22 April 2005

A person admitted to education in this grade shall contain Prathommasueksa 6 (th: ประถมศึกษาปีที่ 6; primarily education, or Grade 6) certificate or other certificate having the same level. Upon completion of the enrollment normally taken place from every year's February to March, selection of the applicants will be practiced through two means as follows:[31]

1. Lot drawing The applicants having census in Amphoe Mueang Chiang Rai enjoy right to draw a lot whether they are admitted or not, each applicant has right to draw only one lot. In each academic year the School will determine the number of admitted lots. And the lot drawing is normally held at the commencement of April.

2. Educational tests The applicants—other than the persons having already passed the lot drawing—including the persons whom failed the lot drawing are required to engage in the educational tests in the subjects and at the time and place determined by the School. The testing instruments are arranged and produced by the School in accordance with the standards determined by the Ministry of Education. For the exceptional classes (Class 9 to Class 12), the applicants whom passed the aforesaid tests, and their guardian also, are further required to take part in the interviewing tests.

Grade 10[edit]

A person having admission to the education in this grade shall contain Matthayommasueksa 3 (th: มัธยมศึกษาปีที่ 3; initial secondary education, or Grade 9) certificate or other certificate having the same level. Upon completion of the enrollment normally taken place from every year's February to March, selection of the applicants will be practiced through various means as follows[31][32]

1. For Class 8 to Class 15 (See "Education Arrangement" above) There will be the educational tests which the applicants for such Class are required to engage in. Testing instruments are arranged and produced by the School in accordance with the standards determined by the Ministry of Education. And upon announcement of the name of whom having passed the tests and after such persons have reported themselves to the School, they will completely be the School's students.

2. For School's alumni The applicants whom are alumni of the School, id est, having succeeded the education in Grade 7-Grade 9 from the School, have right to submit their grade point average to the Committee(s) installed by the School to select in accordance with the rules and procedures stipulated by the School. After having reported themselves to the School, the applicants whom passed the selection of the Committee(s) will completely be the School's students.

3. For general students The applicants having succeeded education from wherever are required to take part in the educational tests identical to 1., but the scientific and mathematic side is not underlined as much as the applicants for such Class. Another methods are on the par with the others.

In each year there exists tremendous number of the applicants for both Grade 7 and Grade 10, up to more than ten thousand, but the School can accept only six hundred students for each Grade.[33]

Graduation[edit]

The certificate of initial secondary education will be conferred to the graduates from Grade 7 to Grade 9, and the certificate of terminal secondary education, Grade 10 to Grade 12.

School's Problems & Insurgences[edit]

19th Director Transferring Controversy[edit]

Office of Chiang Rai Educational Area 1 (OEA-CR1) Director Suthat Phatthayakon on 22 December 2006 issued an order transferring local school directors according to the resolution of the Subcommittee of Chiang Rai Educational Area 1 's Government Teachers and Educational Personnel. According to the order, SWK Director Kittichot Hoiyiphu was substituted for Chiang Rai Chulabhorn Royal College (CRC-CR); CRC-CR Director Thawisak Phiphatthanasak, Damrong Rat Songkhro School (DR School); and DR School Director Pricha Phuanukunnon, SWK.[34][35]

Kittichot, who was displeased with the order, stated to the media that he declined to comply with it and would file a lawsuit against it, citing that it was unjust and in breach of laws according to this understanding. He had then lodged the Administrative Court and the Office of the Basice Education Commission (Obec) against many local public servants, which caused the local administration to be at a standstill.[36]

In order to extinguish the problem, Chiang Rai Governor Amonphan Nimmanan ordered supspending the transferring and requested the Obec for advices. Obec Secetrary General Khunying Kasama Voravan Na Aydhaya replied that the OEA-CR1 order was fair and lawful, resulting it to continue into force.[37]

The OEA-CR1 Director later revealed that the controversial order was issued after he had discovered several corruption cases within the large schools under this supervision and the inquisitorial panel he appointed had found that the cases are prima facie. He also accentuated that he would give disciplinary punishments to whom contravening the said order.[34]

Thailand's News Agency reported that it was Kittichot's misunderstanding of laws.

2007 Bomb Threat[edit]

As an impact of the New Year bombings in Bangkok, Chiang Rai Provincial Police Headquarters's Crime Suppressing Inspector Pol Maj Surachat Buncharoen on 13 January 2007 led his forces to inspect Samakkhi Witthayakhom School after having been informed by the School Director Pricha Phuanukunnon that an anonymous phone call was made to it warning students and teaching staff of the explosive devices and telling them to leave the area within twenty minutes, but nothing was demanded. Luckily, it was the time the daily courses were just finished, the Director therefor ordered the students to come back home and convoke all the School personnel instantaneously.

Following the inspection, the police found nothing mistrustful and suggested that it was just a person wanting to see or cause insurgency. However, the forces have stationed on the School for many days.[38]

2008 Fire Hazard[edit]

On 9 September 2008, 14.45 hours, Chiang Rai Provincial Police Headquarters's Inspector Pol Lt Col Songkran Sanwong led his force, accompanied by Chiang Rai City's firefighters, to abate the fire flaming over the wooden Arts Store of Samakkhi Witthayakhom School. The success of performance took more than thirty minutes and was steered by Mr Somphong Kunlawong, Lord Mayor of Chiang Rai City in the capacity of the Director of the Local Public Danger Prevention and Mitigation. The fire also expanded to the adjoining Teacher Village and burnt at least one teacher dwelling.[39] The fundamental ground of this fire hazard was due to a short circuit.[39] The damages initially costed more than five hundred thousand Baht.[40] The students were reportedly in turmoil while leaping away from the fire.[40]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Siam Zone : Web Board : -*-200 อันดับโรงเรียนเก่งที่สุดในไทยปี 2550
  2. ^ พัฒนาการทางด้านการศึกษาของเชียงราย , ม.ป.ป. : ออนไลน์.
  3. ^ ประวัติโรงเรียนสามัคคีวิทยาคม, ม.ป.ป. : ออนไลน์.
  4. ^ พระราชบัญญัติระเบียบบริหารราชการกระทรวงศึกษาธิการ พ.ศ. 2546

    "มาตรา 34 ให้จัดระเบียบบริหารราชการของเขตพื้นที่การศึกษา ดังนี้
    (1) สำนักงานเขตพื้นที่การศึกษา
    (2) สถานศึกษาที่จัดการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐานหรือส่วนราชการที่เรียกชื่ออย่างอื่น

    การแบ่งส่วนราชการภายในตาม (1) ให้จัดทำเป็นประกาศกระทรวงและให้ระบุอำนาจหน้าที่ของแต่ละส่วนราชการไว้ในประกาศกระทรวง ทั้งนี้ โดยคำแนะนำของคณะกรรมการการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน

    การแบ่งส่วนราชการภายในตาม (2) และอำนาจหน้าที่ของสถานศึกษาหรือส่วนราชการที่เรียกชื่ออย่างอื่นให้เป็นไป ตามระเบียบที่คณะกรรมการเขตพื้นที่การศึกษาแต่ละเขตพื้นที่การศึกษากำหนด

    การแบ่งส่วนราชการตามวรรคสองและวรรคสามให้เป็นไปตามหลักเกณฑ์ที่กำหนดในกฎกระทรวง

    มาตรา 35 สถานศึกษาที่จัดการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐานตามมาตรา 34 (2) เฉพาะที่เป็นโรงเรียน มีฐานะเป็นนิติบุคคล

    เมื่อมีการยุบเลิกสถานศึกษาตามวรรคหนึ่ง ให้ความเป็นนิติบุคคลสิ้นสุดลง"
  5. ^ ทำเนียบผู้บริหารโรงเรียนสามัคคีวิทยาคม, ม.ป.ป. : ออนไลน์.
  6. ^ INNnews, 2551 : ออนไลน์.
  7. ^ a b Nongnut Traisaeng, 2006 : 22.
  8. ^ Nongnut Traisaeng, 2005 : 5.
  9. ^ Nongnut Traisaeng, 2005 : 16-17.
  10. ^ วงดนตรีสากลสโมสรนิสิตจุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย, n.d. : Online.
  11. ^ หนุ่ม ม.กรุงเทพ สาวรั้วจามจุรี ชนะเลิศ ทาเลนท์ บอย แอนด์ เกิรลส์ 2009, 2009 : Online.
  12. ^ Office of Senatorial Secretary-General, n.d. : Online.
  13. ^ Nongnut Traisaeng, 2005 : 9.
  14. ^ Samakkhi Witthayakhom School, 2009 : 12-13.
  15. ^ "ECT" Band history, n.d. : Online.
  16. ^ Leosak Phunsawat, 2008 : Online.
  17. ^ Nongnut Traisaeng, 2006 : 16.
  18. ^ Dr Ruang Chareonchai, n.d. : Online.
  19. ^ Nongnut Traisaeng, 2005 : 18.
  20. ^ Suniphit Nanthachai, 2006 : 20-21.
  21. ^ http://www.samakkhi.ac.th/swk100y/swk100y.htm
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  33. ^ ไทยรัฐ. (2551, 21 มีนาคม). ชี้เปิดสอบ 100% ทำยอดสมัคร ร.ร. ดังลด. [ออนไลน์]. เข้าถึงได้จาก: http://www.kruthai.info/board03/show.php?Category=news&No=236. (เข้าถึงเมื่อ: 25 มิถุนายน 2551).
  34. ^ a b ฟ้าล้านนาเน็ต. (2549, 26 ธันวาคม). ครู ชร.ป่วน หลัง สพท.เชียงรายเขต 1 สั่งโยกย้าย ผ.อ.32 ราย. [ออนไลน์]. เข้าถึงได้จาก: http://www.fahlanna.net/hotNews/View_print.asp?id=574. (29 เมษายน 2551).
  35. ^ เว็บบอร์ด สพท.ชร. 1. (2549, 30 ธันวาคม). เอาไงดี กับบทบาทประธานสมาพันธ์ครูเขต 1. [ออนไลน์]. เข้าถึงได้จาก: http://web.chiangrai.net/chiangrai1/webboard/view.php?No=3781. (29 เมษายน 2551).
  36. ^ กรมประชาสัมพันธ์. (2549, 26 ธันวาคม). ผู้บริหารโรงเรียนไม่พอใจ หลัง สพท.ชร.เขต 1 สั่งโยกย้าย ผอ.32 ราย. [ออนไลน์]. เข้าถึงได้จาก: http://www.moe.go.th/news_center/news26122549_20.htm. (29 เมษายน 2551).
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References[edit]

Printed materials

  • Samakkhi Witthayakhom School.
    • (1992). 1990 Best School Award Celebration Souvenir, February 14–15, 1992. Chiang Rai : Chiang Rai Advertisement and Printing House.
    • (2003). Essential Projects, Academic Year 2003. (Copy).
    • (2006). Student-Parent Manual. Lampang : Lampang Bannakit Printing House.

Articles

  • Thawisak Phiphattanasak. (2009). "Editorial Notes". Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 17).
  • Nongnut Traisaeng.
    • (2005).
      • “Sous-Lieutenant Thanphisit Phongsai : Our Proud Alumnus”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 9).
      • “Editorial Article : Nichamon Ongkhasuwam, National Best Pianist Champion”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 9).
      • “White-Blue Relationship : Teacher Prasit Saenchai”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 9),
      • “White-Blue Relationship : Introducing Parent-Teacher Association Chairperson”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 9).
    • (2006).
      • “From Senior to Junior : Drops of Experience”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 11).
      • “Our Stories : Gifts for Junior”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 10).
      • “White-Blue Relationship : Police Major General Yongyut Hongprayun, Our Proud Alumnus” . Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 10) .
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  • Suniphit Nanthachai. (2006). “From Senior to Junior : ‘My Germany’”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 11).
  • Suphani Singpan. (2003). “The School that Promotes Gifted Students”. Boek Fa Banda Roa Magazine, (Volume 5).

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