Kod Sekolah: AEA6063

Ditubuhkan pada 1 Mac 2012.

Majlis Perasmian Sekolah

Oleh DYMM Pemangku Raja Perak Darul Ridzuan pada 24 Jun 2013.

Puan Roslina binti Othman

Pengetua Keempat SMK Toh Johan.

Program Ihya' Ramadan

Agar ibadah yang dilakukan mendapat ganjaran pahala.

Pelancaran Program Jom ke Sekolah

Semoga murid-murid akan rajin bersekolah.

Khamis, 31 Mei 2012

Selamat Datang Puan Pengetua!

Pn Azizah bt Sharif, Pengetua
Warga sekolah mengalu-alukan perlantikan Pn Azizah bt Sharif sebagai Pengetua pertama SMK Toh Johan.  Pn Azizah sebelum ini ialah Penolong Kanan (P) di SMK Khir Johari, Sungai Sumun.

"Selamat Datang!"

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Ahad, 27 Mei 2012

Kursus untuk Pengawas: Peraturan-Peraturan Sekolah

Persembahan PowerPoint mengenai Peraturan-Peraturan Sekolah.

Kursus Pengawas SMKTJ 2012


Lihat persembahan PowerPoint lain daripada basrihamzah.

Program Kepimpinan Pengawas Bil.1/2012

En Mohamad Suhaimi Talib, PK Pentadbiran menyampaikan ceramah..
"Gigih Berusaha, Kreatif, Inovatif dan Berwawasan".  Itulah tema Program Kepimpinan Pengawas yang telah dijalankan pada hari Sabtu, 26 Mei 2012 di Bilik Multimedia.

Pengawas Sekolah merupakan sekumpulan murid yang dilantik khas oleh sekolah untuk membantu dalam pengurusan disiplin murid. Program Kempimpinan Pengawas ini adalah anjuran usahasama Unit Bimbingan dan Kaunseling dengan Lembaga Pengawas Sekolah.  Program diadakan untuk memberi pendedahan serta pengkongsian pengalaman tentang kemahiran-kemahiran yang boleh membantu Pengawas Sekolah dalam menjalankan tugas dengan berkesan.  Seramai 35 orang Pengawas Sekolah telah hadir dalam program ini.      
Sila klik di sini untuk melihat album Program Kepimpinan Pengawas Bil.1/2012

Sabtu, 26 Mei 2012

Mathematics..it's a beauty (Part 2)

If I could give just one piece of advice to math students, this would be it: Keep up with the class. I’ll say it another way: Don’t fall behind. Noltling’s book makes it crystal clear: “Getting behind is academic suicide.”

To an extent that’s true in any field, of course, but it’s particularly true in your math courses. More than any other field, math is relentlessly cumulative. Almost every class depends on what came in the immediately preceding classes. If you don’t quite get the material in one class, you need to learn it yourself right away or you can pretty much expect to be lost in the next class.
Since it takes a huge effort to catch up once you fall behind, your best strategy is not to let yourself fall behind. If you don’t understand something, deal with it right away. (Very few things magically become clear over time.) In class, ask a question. Don’t wait: your brain will be nibbling at the thing you didn’t understand and that will distract you from the rest of the lecture.

Outside class, you have a little more time, but still make sure to get all your questions answered by the start of the next class. Start by reviewing your textbook. If you need to, visit the Baker Center, work with your study group, visit the instructor, whatever it takes.


If you have to give one course short shrift because you don’t have enough time one week for all your classes, don’t slight the math class. I say this not because math is better or more important than any other class, but because the penalties for falling behind are more severe. In most classes you can usually understand most of one lecture if you didn’t understand the previous one; in math that’s generally not true.
What if you do fall behind? It can happen even to good students. In this case, my advice is to put in extra effort and work through the missed material in order. Since the concepts are sequential, it will be pretty inefficient to try to study what the class is studying if you haven’t mastered the previous week’s work. Stick with the same order that the class followed, but put in the extra effort to catch up as quickly as you can while still learning everything.

Be sure to let your instructor know what happened; s/he may be able to give you specific advice or help to use your time most effectively. If your instructor knows you had a problem but you’re trying to catch up, s/he will probably be willing to work with you, possibly even to cut you some slack about quizzes if the problem was beyond your control. – Stan Brown, 2006


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Khamis, 24 Mei 2012

Cuti-Cuti Belajar

Cuti Pertengahan Tahun 2012 adalah selama dua minggu iaitu mulai 26 Mei hingga 10 Jun 2012.  Sehubungan dengan itu, pihak sekolah menganjurkan Program Cuti-Cuti Belajar untuk semua murid.

Program ini merupakan salah satu daripada Program Peningkatan Akademik sekolah.  Ia bertujuan untuk meningkatkan pencapaian akademik murid-murid dan mewujudkan budaya ilmu di kalangan murid-murid.

Pihak sekolah berharap ibubapa dapat memastikan anak-anak mengikuti program ini dari mula sehingga akhir.  Selain itu, pihak sekolah turut berharap ibubapa dapat memastikan keselamatan anak-anak sewaktu pergi dan balik sekolah semasa program ini dilaksanakan.

Sila klik jadual untuk melihatnya lebih besar.

Rabu, 23 Mei 2012

Mathematics..it's a beauty.

PART 1
In many ways you can approach math like sports:
·            Train with a buddy. If you possibly can, get a study buddy or form a study group, and meet regularly at least two or three times a week. Very often one of you will be able to help the other one with a problem.
·            Deal with cramps right away. When there’s something you don’t understand, you may be tempted to just put it aside and hope for the best. That strategy doesn’t work at all in math! Because everything builds, if you don’t understand A you will probably not understand B and C either.
If this happens in class, ask a question right away. Don’t apologize and don’t worry about looking stupid; probably other people have exactly the same question.
Outside of class, use the Baker Center tutors or talk through the problem with your study buddy. Visit your instructor during office hours or make an appointment for another time.
·            Warm up before the event. Before class, look back over the readings and your homework. Make sure you are ready with any questions.
·            Stay in training. Review your notes after class, even rewrite them to make sure you understand everything. If there are several days between classes, review the material at least every other day to keep it fresh in your mind.
Make sure you train enough. The College recommends 2–3 hours per classroom hour, but you may need more.
Recognize especially that in the summer you’re making a big time commitment. If your class meets five days a week for an hour and 40 minutes a day, that’s two 50-minute classroom hours, which means you should expect to study 4–6 hours per night, every night.

When you study a foreign language, you know there will be a lot of words you don’t know. The same is true in math, except that many of the words look like English words. But math terms like set, prove, hypothesis, term, solution have special meanings that are different from ordinary English. Approach math like a foreign language and make sure you understand every term. It might be helpful to build up a vocabulary list in your notebook.

When you’re building a house, you would never think of trying to put up the second floor before the first floor. Building is a sequential process.
The same is true in math: each concept builds on the ones that came before. In history, you can understand the Depression pretty well even if you didn’t study World War I. But in math it’s different: you need to understand factoring very well or you won’t be able to solve equations.
This means that if you’re strapped for time, the one course that’s most dangerous to let slide is your math course. With other courses, if you don’t understand day 11 you can probably follow the lecture on day 12. With math, you have to understand day 11 or you’ll likely be lost in day 12.
The moral is that you need to stay current. If ever you don’t understand something, get help on it right away. Otherwise you’ve just knocked away the first floor of your house, and you know what that will do when you try to put up the second floor. - Stan Brown, 2011.

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Selasa, 22 Mei 2012

Mesyuarat Guru Bil.3/2012

Untuk makluman semua guru.

Mesyuarat Guru Bil.3/2012 akan diadakan mengikut ketentuan berikut:
  • Tarikh:    Khamis, 24 Mei 2012
  • Masa:     2.00 petang
  • Tempat:  Bilik Mesyuarat Utama

Sabtu, 19 Mei 2012

Taklimat Pengurusan dan Pengendalian PBS

Pn Zarina Mohamed Yusoff
Sistem pendidikan negara melalui transformasi penting apabila tidak lagi bergantung 100 peratus kepada peperiksaan bagi menentukan gred pelajar.

Untuk itu, Sistem Pentaksiran Pendidikan Kebangsaan (SPPK) diperkenalkan yang memasukkan kecerdasan akademik, sahsiah murid dan penglibatan dalam kokurikulum sebagai penentu gred peperiksaan awam.

Satu taklimat mengenai Penilaian Berasaskan Sekolah (PBS) telah diadakan untuk guru-guru di Bilik Mesyuarat Utama  pada hari Sabtu, 19 Mei 2012.  Taklimat telah disampaikan oleh Pn Zarina bt Mohamed Yusoff, Penolong Pegawai Pelajaran Daerah (PBS).


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Tahniah Kerana Naik Pangkat ke DG44

Pn Nurul Huda, En Mohd Zairul dan Pn Noor Sidah
Tahniah diucapkan kepada Pn Nurul Huda bt Saleh, En Mohd Zairul b Hj Idris dan Pn Noor Sidah bt Mohamad Said yang telah dinaikkan pangkat ke Gred DG44.  Semoga kenaikan pangkat ini akan menjadi dorongan untuk terus memberi perkhidmatan yang cemerlang. 

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Khamis, 17 Mei 2012

Album Sambutan Hari Guru 2012

Riang ria di Hari Guru 2012
















Hari Guru 2012 telah disambut meriah pada hari Rabu, 16 Mei 2012.  Lihat album:


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Ahad, 13 Mei 2012

E-mel Warga Sekolah

E-mel warga SMK Toh Johan kini sudah boleh digunakan.  Sila klik di sini untuk log masuk ke e-mel.

Arazmi Mat Dalleh

Mohamad Basri Hamzah

Mohamad Fazlee Kamal

Harun Ahmad

Norhasniza Yahaya

Nurul Huda Saleh

Nor Izzianie Mat Daud

Jamaluddin Abdul Rahman

Letchumanan K. Packiam

Marzuliana Marzukhi

Prakash a/l Rajagopal

Rahimah Ibrahim

Rosnani Nazar

Salmah Mohd Nasir

Noor Salmiza Ismail

Noor Sidah Mohd Said

Mohamad Suhaimi Talib

Norasyikin Alias

Mohd Yusoff Hamid

Yu Zaini Bahadin

Ahmad Zahidi Lit

Zainurin Ahmad

Mohd Zairul Hj Idris



Isnin, 7 Mei 2012

Peperiksaan Pertengahan Tahun 2012

Selamat Menghadapi Peperiksaan
Semoga Berjaya!

Lihat atau muat turun jadual waktu Peperiksaan Pertengahan Tahun 2012.  Sila klik pilihan di bawah:

Khamis, 3 Mei 2012

Selasa, 1 Mei 2012

Pemberian Komputer 1 Malaysia

Seramai 71 orang murid sekolah kita telah terpilih untuk mendapat Komputer 1 Malaysia.  Antara syarat-syarat pemilihan adalah:

  • pendapatan isi rumah kurang daripada RM3,000 sebulan, dan
  • keluarga belum pernah mendapat komputer 1 Malaysia.

Satu majlis penyerahan Komputer 1 Malaysia akan diadakan di SMK Toh Johan pada pukul 8.00 pagi hari Sabtu, 12 Mei 2012.  

YB Datuk Hj Rosli bin Hussin 
Majlis Penyerahan Komputer 1 Malaysia akan disempurnakan oleh YB Datuk Hj Rosli bin Hussin, Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Kawasan Trong.  Murid-murid yang terpilih akan menerima surat jemputan pada minggu ini dan ibu-bapa atau penjaga diwajibkan hadir.  

Di majlis tersebut, seramai 1,300 orang murid dari 10 buah sekolah menengah dalam Parlimen Bukit Gantang akan hadir bersama guru dan ibu-bapa masing-masing.  Sekolah-sekolah yang terlibat adalah:
  • SABK Maahad Al-Maarif Al-Islamiah, Batu 9, Changkat Jering
  • SABK Maahad Al-Tarbiah Al-Islamiah, Batu 8, Changkat Jering
  • SMA Addiniah, Jelutong
  • SMK Toh Johan, Trong
  • SMK Simpang, Simpang
  • SMK Pengkalan Aur
  • SMK Matang, Matang
  • SMK Tat Beng, Trong
  • SMK Tengku Menteri, Changkat Jering
  • SMK Dato' Wan Ahmad Rasdi, Changkat Jering
Sila klik di sini untuk melihat Album Majlis Penyerahan Netbook 1 Malaysia

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