Jintana Maensurin

Pattaya begins 2015-2017 budget planning

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 17:19
Pattaya educators and health organizations have been asked to submit budget requests for projects they hope to implement over the next three years as the city begins work on its 2015-2017 development plan.
More than 2,000 Pattaya school children will receive graduation certificates from Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome during a mass ceremony at the Eastern National Indoor Stadium March 20.

Pattaya officials begin 2014 Songkran planning

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 16:49
Songkran still may be two months away, but Pattaya officials already are making plans to bring at least some sanity to Thai New Year bedlam.
Pattaya education officials are promising more teacher training and earlier student testing as the city scrambles to join Thailand’s promised “revolution” in education to reverse sliding standardized test scores.
Pattaya officials met with school administrators to lay plans for next month’s Buddhist Lent candle parade and World Music Contest’s marching band competition in the Netherlands.
Pattaya School No. 5 marked its 62nd anniversary with congratulations and a Buddhist blessings ceremony. Principal Montree Kanjonphak and students welcomed Pattaya Education Department Director Jintana Maensurin to the May 23 event. Local politicians and administrators from other Pattaya schools also offered their congratulations.
The Pattaya Education Department thanked employees for their work during 2012 with gifts and a New Year’s party. Deputy Mayor Wattana Chantanawaranon and department head Jintana Maensurin hosted the Jan. 4 party at the Pattaya Youth Stadium. Employees, directors and Pattaya city council members joined in...
Pattaya first-graders will receive 1,500 tablet computers as part of the national government’s “one tablet per child” initiative. Pattaya Education Office Director Jintana Maensurin said the Prathom 1 pupils will be allowed to keep the Chinese-made, Android-powered tablets for two years, using them in class and...
Pattaya will spend 1 million baht on a reading and writing program to improve child literacy. Jintana Maensurin, director of education promotion and acting director of Pattaya Education Office, met with school principals, teachers and bureaucrats to discuss programs for 2012-13 at city hall Oct. 16.
The Amari Orchid Pattaya and Central Center Pattaya celebrated HM the Queen’s 80th birthday by offering an 80-meter-long mango parfait, servings of which were sold to raise money for charity.