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Farewell Mr Simon Chisti

Come December and there is a charged atmosphere at school. Why you may ask! Christmas is approaching! All Stanislites are busy preparing their hearts and using their creative talents to decorate Christmas ornaments to be displayed both in the class and along the school corridors. The crib, too, is set up to welcome Baby Jesus.

As this is the season of giving, our boys donate generously, articles like pulses, Complan, Bournvita, and mats etc. for our Twin Mission School.

The Christmas tableau and children’s celebration was on the 22nd of December.  It began with a meaningful prayer service, followed by an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s ‘The old Shoemaster’, Papa Panov’s special Christmas,  on how to make Christmas more meaningful and ‘CHRIST’ filled by reaching out to the poor, unfortunate and those excluded from society. This was followed by a Christmas themed Fancy Dress Competition for the boys of Std. 5.6 & 7.

Keeping in mind the theme of giving, our school management and the PTA gave the boys a Christmas gift; a lovely red pouch and wonderful memories to cherish.

Mr Simon Chisti, our Lab Assistant for the past 28 years was also given a fond farewell .

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Farewell Batch of 2016-17

 7th February, 2017 was a day of mixed feelings for the outgoing Std X batch of 2016-2017.  The boys, looking dashing in their well tailored suits, both Western and Indian, were gathered in the school auditorium for a final good bye.

It was an incredible day hosted and organized by Std. IX students together with their teachers. The program began with a prayer service to invoke God’s blessings on the students followed by inspiring messages by the School Captain, Ojas Jadav,   Manager, Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas and the Principal,  Mrs Anna Correa.

Games and spot prizes, pulsating music by the student rock band and  a movie which brought back fond memories of the years spent at St. Stanislaus, all added to the fun.

The auditorium was set ablaze with a ramp walk by twenty students who participated in “THE STAN PRINCE” contest.

The much awaited result crowned Ojas Jadhav  as “The Stan Price For 2016-2017, Nahum Lobo and Kenan Barboza were the runners-up.

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Marathi Festival 2017

27th February is the birth anniversary of a great Marathi poet and author V.V.Shirvadkar. In his honour, every year, Marathi Divas is celebrated in Maharashtra. Our school also celebrates this festival every year.

This year, the celebrations of Marathi day started a week in advance by conducting various competitions in Marathi as well as the morning assemblies, prayers and announcements during the day were also in Marathi.

The day of celebration was organised on 28th February 2017. Mrs. Leena Gonsalves an ex primary teacher was the chief guest for this programme. Various dances depicting the life of farmers and Adivasis staying in Maharashtra were performed. A skit based on the day to day plights of the farmers was also performed.

The special attraction or highlights of the programme was the fashion show where in the children were dressed as the famous personalities of Maharashtra.

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A filmy day for the film club

On the 20th January, 2017 the students of the film club assembled in the museum to witness a short seminar on “Guidance to the right path of Film direction, Acting and Advertising.” by Mr. Errol Marks, an Ex-Stanislite.

Mr. Errol Marks began his acting career whilst in school. His desire to be an actor prodded him to get a break in his college play. His persistence got the attention of an Assistant Director who gave him his first advertisement  for Crabtree switches. As of December 2016 he has been a part of close to two hundred commercials  like Reliance, Havells, Dish TV, Nokia , Star TV, MTV and many more.

Mr. Errol walked the boys through the basics of advertisement and also showed them some of his works, including his first film. He  spoke about the different types of challenges faced while ascending the ladder and reaching this present position. He then talked about different jobs available on and off the set, the different salaries, popularities and difficulties.

The seminar concluded with a speech by Principal Anna and Mr. Errol was given a token of appreciation.

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Final Exam Time Table

DATE DAY STDS  5 - 6 STDS  7 - 8 STD 9 
15th March 2017 Wednesday School  7.20am - 1.25pm 7.30 - 9.00 a.m. P.D. Exam school till 1.25pm
16th March 2017 Thursday Holiday
17th March 2017 Friday 7.30  – 8.30  a.m. 7.30  – 8.30  a.m. 7.30  – 8.30  a.m
    Integrated Studies Integrated Studies Integrated Studies
    School till 1.25 p.m. School till 1.25 p.m. 9.30 - 10.30 a.m.
        P.T. Exam
18th March 2017 Saturday School till 9.50 a.m. School till 9.50 a.m. 7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
        Work Education
20th March 2017 Monday School till 9.50 a.m. School till 9.50 a.m. 7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
        ICT Exam
21st March 2017 Tuesday 7.30-8.45a.m.  7.30 - 9.00a.m. 7.30 - 10.30 a.m.
    English (40 mks) English (50 Mks) English (80 marks)
22nd March 2017 Wednesday Study Holiday Study Holiday 7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
      French Comp. Std.8 Hist - Pol Sc   (40 marks)
23rd March 2017 Thursday Holiday
24th March 2017 Friday 7.30 - 8.45 a.m. 7.30 - 9.00 a.m. 7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
    Maths (40 marks) Maths (50 marks) Maths I   (40 Marks)
25th March 2017 Saturday Study Holiday Study Holiday French Comp. Std.9
26th March 2017 Sunday Holiday
27th March 2017 Monday 7.30- 8.45 a.m. 7.30 - 9.00a.m.  7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
    Science (40Mks-6th std) Science (50Mks) Science I (40 marks)
         EVS I (5th Std)    
28th March 2017 Tuesday Gudi Padwa  Holiday
29th March 2017 Wednesday 7.30-8.15a.m.  7.30-8.30a.m.           7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
    Geography(20Mks) Geography(25Mks) Maths II(40 Marks)
    5th std study holiday    
30th March 2017 Thursday Holiday 
31st March 2017 Friday 7.30 - 8.45 a.m. 7.30 - 9.00 a.m. 7.30 - 10.30 a.m.
    Marathi (40 marks) Marathi (50 marks) Marathi (80 marks)
1st April 2017 Saturday Study Holiday Study Holiday Study Holiday
2nd April 2017 Sunday Holiday
3rd April 2017 Monday 7.30-8.45a.m.  7.30 - 9.00a.m. 7.30 - 10.30 a.m.
         Hindi(40Mks)      Hindi(50Mks) Hindi (80Mks)
4th April 2017 Tuesday Ram Navmi Holiday
        7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
5th April 2017 Wednesday Baseline? Study Holiday Baseline? Study Holiday Geog - Eco (40 marks)
6th April 2017 Thursday           Holiday
7th April 2017 Friday Baseline? Study Holiday Baseline? Study Holiday Study Holiday
8th April 2017 Saturday 7.30- 8.15a.m.  7.30-8.30 a.m.          7.30 - 9.30 a.m.
    History(20Mks) History (25Mks) Science II (40 Marks)
    EVS II (5th std)    

Dear Parents,

  1. The school timing from Monday 6th March  2017 onwards will be from 7:20 a.m. to 1:25 p.m.
  2. On days of S.S.C. examination, school will close at 9:50 a.m. (S.S.C. Board Exam on 7th , 9th , 11th , 14th 16th , 18th , 20th ,  22nd ,25th ,27th, 29th, 30h & 31st March '17 On the above days school will end at 9.50 a.m. )
  3. Also note that 5th to 8th Std students will have second Baseline Test (Dates Awaited)
  4. Full portion of the year for the Baseline Test.
  5. Std 9 Extra class will beging from 17th April 2017
  6. Special Program for all the students(5th -9th std.) will be arranged from 10th April to 1st May 2017                \
  7. Before you plan your vacation, kindly note: All students who fail in the Summative Evaluation in the Second Term will be called for remedial teaching  till Saturday , 29th April 2017. Attendance is compulsory. The last day of the school is 1st May 2017.                                              

Tr. Anna Correa                
Principal                

 

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R.S.P. Road Awareness Programme

On Wednesday 11th January, 2017 a R.S.P. Road Awareness Programme was conducted by St. Stanislaus High School, Bandra (West) and the Bandra Traffic Police.  The Police Raath arrived in the school compound at 10.15 a.m. sharp to be welcomed by 60 students from Apostolic Carmel Convent, Bandra (West) , 60 students from Anjumam Islam School, Bandra (West) and more than 110 students from St. Stanislaus High School, Bandra (West) and also took an active part in the programme.

Inspector Rane, Inspector Shinde and Retired Inspector Shelar and four other Police Constables briefed the students about Road Safety later in the School Auditorium.  Present at the programme were the R.S.P. teachers from St. Stanisluas - Sir Pathak, Tr. Anita Dave and Tr. Cindrella D’Mello.

The vote of thanks was delivered by the Head Mistress of St. Stanislaus High School – Mrs. Anna Correa.  The Asst. Head Master Rev. Fr. Andrew Rodrigues, S.J. was a moral support from the start to the end of the programme.      

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Kids for Tigers

Children are the Future of Tomorrow. Keeping this in mind, Bittu Sahgal started “Kids for tigers” in 2000, to create awareness among students, to safeguard the natural habitat of Tigers and protect them.

Kids for Tigers conducts plays, competitions, lectures and organizes trips for  school children to the neighboring forests and wildlife sanctuaries to introduce them to a culture of biodiversity and habitat.

Every year the “Kids for tiger” organization conducts the TIGER festival at Maharashtra Nature Park, Mahim. This year the fest was held on 3rd February 2017

St. Stanislaus High School has a vibrant Nature club, which conducts different activities and training sessions for their students.

At the TIGER fest, the Nature Club students of St. Stanislaus High School participated in different events like face painting,  Rangoli,  Poster making,  Skit,  Band,  and  Best out of Waste, with great enthusiasm and fervor.

The school won the first prize for the skit competition. The event was a great success and the students got the message loud and clear to “Save our Planet”.           

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Consumer club

The Consumer forms largest economic in any country.  In a developing economy like India, the market is flooded with wide variety of goods. Adulteration, duplicating, price cheating, inferior quality products are common practices in the market.

Consumer  organizations  play a crucial role in educating and protecting the  interest of consumers. Mumbai  Grahak  Panchayat(MGP)  is very active in imparting education and fighting for the rights of consumers. The objective of MGP is to protect consumers in respect of quality, weight , choice and price by educating them.

Our school believes in preparing well balanced citizens in the world and as a result we too have joined the organization and take active part in all the activities organised by MGP.

Fifty students from Std. VIII  were enrolled for the Consumer Club. The MGP organised sessions for school students to bring awareness about their rights and duties as a consumer.  Mrs. Pramila Mardikar,  the coordinator for our school,  conducts sessions every month.  

The MGP organises many activities in a year and some of the activities that our students participated in were Elocution, Quiz and Drama competition.

It was a moment of joy and pride when our school won third place in the drama competition among 18 schools all over Mumbai.

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St. Stanislaus High School Council

The word “Election” means a formal decision making process by which a population chooses an individual to hold public office. The process may also be used in private organizations and in school as well. The outcome in all cases is the appointment of Leaders who sit in office for the duration of the term, primarily looking after the interests of those who have elected them.  

Here at St. Stanislaus High School, we follow the democratic form of elections.

The School Council plays an important role in the day to day functioning of the school and is actively involved in maintaining discipline.

The candidates for the post of the School Captain and the Sports Captain are selected from Std. IX, and the House Captains from Std. VIII.

On the day of the Investiture Ceremony, the newly elected council took the oath to carry out their duties faithfully and with responsibility, and secured their sashes and badges from the Principal and Vice Principle respectively.

 

School Captain:                           Master Elvis Vaz

Asst.School Captain:                   Master Kris Corriea

Head Leader:                                 Master Kevin Andrade

Asst.Head Leader:                        Master Raj Karbhatkar

Deputy Head Leader:                   Master Aakash Ranade

Sports Captain:                             Master Amey Kadam

Asst. Sports Captain:                   Master Naman Jain

Britto House Captain:                  Master Darren Gomendes

Asst. Britto House Captain:         Master Jaden Gomes

Loyola House Captain:                Master Krish Pinto

Asst. Loyola Captain:                   Master Rosh Arical

Xavier House Captain:                Master Reuben D’souza

Asst. Xavier House Captain:      Master Gilchrist Cabral

Kostka House Captain:               Master Ahmad Yasin

Asst Kostka House Captain:       Master Kris Albuquerque

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Britto House Feast

 St. John de Britto also known as The Red Sand Saint was a Jesuit martyr in India. His feast is celebrated on 4th February every year.

A  Bookmark making competition on 27th January,2017 with the  theme “FOR GOD AND COUNTRY” started off the celebrations .

The Feast Day on 3rd Feb. 2017, began with a Eucharistic Celebration. Fr. Luke Rodrigues, was the main celebrant. His meaningful message to the boys was in keeping with the Britto house Motto .

The Mass was followed by a programme in the school hall

Vice Principal,  Fr.Andrew s.j.  briefed the boys about the life of St. John de Britto by showing them photo clippings and videos.

He also conducted a quiz competition and prizes were distributed

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