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International rankers at the Math and Science Olympiad

 International rankers at the Math and Science Olympiad, Master Ahmad Yasin from the IX D and Master Ibrahim Khalil from VIII D have represented the School at the National level.

These Olympiads are conducted by the Science Olympiad Foundation.

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Lets Read Carnival Spreading the joy of Reading

1500 municipal school children were introduced to the joy of reading at the Lets Read Carnival held in our School on 22nd June 2017.

Our students from Std.8 were willing volunteers.

This was a part of the SSCP.

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International Day of Yoga

International Day of Yoga, is celebrated annually on 21 June, since its inception in 2015.

An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on 11 December 2014.

Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice attributed mostly to India.

St. Stanislaus High School celebrated International Day of Yoga in the School Auditorium by demonstrating different asanas to the students, under the guidance of Ms. Devyani Ghosh, Yoga Instructor.

 

Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self to the self”.

--- Bhagavad Gita

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Distribution of Text Books

Free text books from the Maharashtra State Education Department were distributed to the students of Stds. 5, 6, 7 and 8 by the Class Teachers on the first day of School.

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St. Stanislaus Certificate Programs (SSCP)

St. Stanislaus High School has launched the St. Stanislaus Certificate Programs (SSCP) an Enrichment Programme for all students of Standards 6th, 7th and 8th

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Maharashtra Day 2017

Maharashtra Day is celebrated to commemorate the formation of the state of Maharashtra after its division from Bombay State on May 1, 1960.

The celebrations started off with the hoisting of the National Flag by the Chief Guest, Mrs. Shailaja Mulay,  the reciting of the Pledge and Prayer.

A skit showcasing the various leaders of Maharashtra, their works, and messages and a  lezim display  highlighted the energy and enthusiasm of this beautiful State.

Mrs Mulay in her speech to the students encouraged the students to read and write at least 5 sentences in Hindi and Marathi and 15 sentences in English. She told the students that they were the future of Maharashtra and to be “Persons with a class to stand above the Mass”.

The Atharva Trust Dombilivi, Awards of Craft and Drawing competition at the State Level were also awarded to the winners.

The programme ended with a vote of thanks by our Vice Principal, Fr. Andrew Rodrigues s.j.

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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