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Kostka House Feast & Children's Day

The feast of St. Stanislaus Kostka, patron saint of our school and the Kostka House was celebrated on 18th Nov 2016, with Mass. Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas s.j., Manager, was the chief celebrant.

Std 5A, 6C and 7A won the chart-making competition based on life of St. Stanislaus Kostka.


Children’s day celebrations, held on the 19th November 2016, commenced in the School Hall with a prayer service and the lighting of the lamp followed by performances by the special students of AAWHAAN PALAK SANGHA.

 The Teachers enacted and sang the song “Try a little kindness” with a message to our boys.

In the inter-class dance competition, Std 9th won the first prize. The boys enjoyed the entertainment programme, quiz and won spot prizes.

The celebrations concluded with a throw ball match between the staff and the Student Council. The Staff won the match.
 

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STD 9: Second Unit Test Time Table (January 2017)

DATE

DAY

TIME

MARKS

SUBJECT

20th January 2017

Friday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m.

20
20

Marathi

History-Pol Science

21th January 2017 Saturday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m.

20

20

English

Science 1

23st  January 2017

Monday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m

20

20

Hindi/ Hindi composite

I.C.T.

24th  January 2017

Tuesday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m

20

20

Maths 1

Science 2

25th  January 2017

Wednesday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10.45 – 11.30 a.m.

20

20

Maths 2

Geography

27th January 2017

Friday

9.00 – 9.45 a.m.

10

French composite
 

Note: Portion is given in the almanac.         
Confirm the portion and the outline with the subject teachers.
For other details open Koolkampus site        
www.Koolkampus.co.in
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Constitution Day 2016

The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishes the structure, procedures, powers and duties of government institutions and sets out fundamental rights, directive principles and the duties of citizens. It is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world. The nation is governed by it. B. R. Ambedkar is regarded as its chief architect. It imparts constitutional supremacy and not parliamentary supremacy, as it is not created by the Parliament but, by a constituent assembly, and adopted by its people, with a declaration in its preamble. Parliament cannot override the constitution. It was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, and came into effect on 26 January 1950. With its adoption, the Union of India became the modern and contemporary Republic of India replacing the Government of India Act, 1935 as the country's fundamental governing document.. It declares India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic, assuring its citizens of justice, equality, and liberty, and endeavours to promote fraternity among them.

An assembly was conducted to celebrate Constitution Day on 25th Nov, 2016.

A quiz on the constitution was conducted as well for standards. 5 to 10 and winners were awarded certificates.

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STD 10 Prelims Time Table December - January 2016-17

STD 10  : PRELIMS TIME TABLE ( December - January  2016-17)
Date  Day Time Marks Subjects
19th December 2016 Monday During School hours  - Maths MCQS
         
20th  December 2016 Tuesday  9 am - 11 am 40 ICT
    11.00 am - 1.30 pm 50 Work Education
         
21st  December 2016 Wednesday 9 am - 9.45 am 25 PT
    10.30 am - 12.30 pm 50 PD
22nd December 2016  Thursday Christmas  Celebration  -  --
23rd December 2016  to 1st January   2017    Christmas vacation         
2nd January 2017 Monday School as usual - --
         
3 rd January 2017 Tuesday   11.00 - 2.00 pm 80 English
         
4th January 2017 Wednesday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 Maths I
         
5th January 2017 Thursday Study Holiday    
6th January 2016 Friday   11.00 - 2.00 pm 80 Marathi
         
7th January 2017 Satruday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 Histroy/Poli.sci
8th January 2017 Sunday Study Holiday    
9th January Monday   11.00 - 2.00 pm 80 Hindi /Hindi Composite
         
10th January 2017 Tuesday Study Holiday    
11th January 2017 Wednesday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 Science I
12th January 2017 Thursday Study Holiday    
13th January 2017 Friday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 Maths II
         
14th January Satruday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 Geography /Economics
15th January 2017 Sunday Study Holiday    
16th January 2017 Monday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 Science II
17th January 2017  Tuesday   11.00 - 1 .00 p m 40 French Composite
18th January 2017 Language orals and science practicals
 
Note: Portion is given in the almanac. 
Confirm the portion and the outline with the subject teachers.
For other details open Koolkampus site
www.Koolkampus.co.in
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Tr. Ruby Vaz - Art in Heart

The Stanislaus Parivar bid farewell to Tr Ruby who for 36 years encouraged and brought out the creative best in the students. 

The programme started with a  prayer dance by our boys , followed by a reading from the Holy Bible and a short homily by Fr. Ambrose. Darryl Loyola, an ex student presented “You touched my life”. His drawing and art is a culmination of Tr. Ruby’s encouragement and artistic talent.

A PowerPoint presentation captured the golden moments of Tr. Ruby’s life.The teachers put together a traditional song and dance of Vasai.

The PTA, Staff and students stole her heart through their cards and good wishes.

A farewell speech was delivered by Principal Anna Correa.

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Teacher’s Day 2016

The PTA members joyfully celebrated Teacher’s Day on 2nd and 3rd September 2016.

2nd September was marked with a Eucharistic celebration, where in  Father Elton Namory, the main celebrant,  in his homily inspired the teachers to use their God given talents to educate the young minds and to bring out the best of the child’s abilities and potentials.

On 3rd September, the PTA began the celebration with a meaningful prayer service followed by an entertainment program in the school hall.  Master Ojas Jhadav, School Captian hosted the program for the Secondary School teachers.

The enthusiastic and talented PTA members worked very hard to train the Primary and Secondary boys to present a lovely and lively show for their teachers.

Darryl D’Souza the VP of the PTA concluded with a vote of thanks.

A Celebration packed with music, dance and a sumptuous lunch at the Manuel Gonsalves Trust was held later in the afternoon.

The teachers sang a thank you song to show their appreciation and gratitude to the PTA members for organizing this beautiful program.

Sahashaleya Upakram (H- West Ward) Lezim Competition

St Stanislaus High School played host for the H-West Ward Inter School Lezim competition. Lezim is a folk dance form, from MaharashtraIndia. This dance is named after a wooden idiophone to which thin metal discs are fitted which produce a jingling sound and the dancers use this while dancing. Dholki, a drum instrument is used as the main percussion music. It is a very vigorous exercise and a drill. The rhythmic dance formations are executed in unison and are truly a lovely sight.

On Thursday, September 22nd, 2016 St Stanislaus High School held the Inter School Lezim Competition. This competition was organised by the Sahashaleya Upakram (H- West Ward).

13 schools participated making it a huge success.

The judge for this was Mrs. Jayshri Rajesh Shivdas  

The winners of the Lezim Competition 2016-2017 were:-

1st place           New English School (Bandra –E)

2nd place          Mary Immaculate Girl’s High School (Kalina)

3rd place           Raja Rameo Podar Shala (Santacruz – W)

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153rd Annual Awards Day 2016

The 153rd Annual Awards Day was held on Saturday 27th August 2016

The Chief Guest was Mrs. Smita Jadhav, the mother of our current School Captain, Master Ojas Jadhav and our Guests of Honour were, Mr. & Mrs. Rony Quadras,

parents of our school S.S.C topper, Master Gerard Quadras.   The Comperes for the function were, Master Raudman Irani and Master Jayden  D’Mello.

The function began with the lighting of the lamp followed a brief introduction of the guests and presentation of the token of appreciation.   The cultural program.  brought out a superb range of pulsating performances by the students.  The students of The Stanislaus International School, got an opportunity to make an appearance during grand finale song “Dare to Dream”.

The Chief Guest was invited to speak and this was followed by the much awaited and most important part of the function, the presentation of the certificates. A total of 625 certificates of achievement were presented to the students

Come, Feel the Pulse

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Principal’s Day 2016

The Staff, PTA representatives and a few student council members joined together to celebrate Principal Anna’s birthday, which was on the 7th September.  The boys sang for the Principal at the morning assembly and expressed their heartfelt gratitude towards her for her tireless efforts in making the school a better place.

 Mrs. Anna Correa was given a warm welcome as she entered along with the Manager, Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas s.j. The PTA members started with a short prayer for Tr. Anna followed by a beautiful hymn sung by the teachers, a short speech by Fr. Frazer and cutting of the birthday cake. Small tokens of appreciation were gifted to Principal Anna by the Staff, PTA and Student Council.  A beautiful portrait painted by PTA member Jeanette D’souza was also presented.

Singer Shaan, Writer/Director, Milap Zaveri and Actor, Errol Marks, all ex-students taught by Principal Anna, sent in their wishes through short video messages.

“Behind every successful school there is a caring Principal”

English Choral Recitation

English choral recitation was held on 22nd July 2016 for students of Std V to VII. The elimination round was held on 16th July and two classes from each standard were selected for the final round. The students were judged on the basis of choice of piece,stage presentation, voice modulation, pronunciation, expression and clarity. Classes 5C, 6A and 7A were selected as the best performers.

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