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Rev. Dr. Fr. John Alwyn Dias
President,
CEB

 
Rev. Fr. Robin
D’ Souza
Executive Secretary, CEB


Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes
Treasurer, CFSS .


Fr. Anil
D'Costa

Principal

 

 

News and Events


VANAMAHOTSAVA

‘Lend a Hand, Save our Land’, was the motto echoed on this year’s Vanamahotsava Celebrations that was held in the school premises on June 14, 2019. The event, compered by Ms Rania of Grade 8, commenced with the planting of saplings in our school garden. Teachers of EVS Studies, and students accompanied by our Principal, Administrator and Academic Co-ordinators, and Ms Avleyn the event co-ordinator, planted saplings in the school grounds, kick-starting the Vanamahotsava Celebrations.

The dais glowed with the dynamic presence of Principal, Administrator and Co-Ordinators. The event continued with a powerpoint presentation by Astle and Akanksh, who briefed the students about the culture and importance of Vanamahotsva. The powerpoint presentation was followed by inspiring speeches by Tushank of Grade 9 and our Academic Co-ordinator Ms Maggie Lewis, who iterated on the importance of the need of the hour to protect and plant trees, in order to save our environment and reminding us that ‘Forests are the world’s best Air conditioning systems’.

Students of Grade 7, melodiously echoed their sentiments on the occasion through a beautiful, thought provoking song ‘Naa kaato Mujhe, Bada Dukh Hota Hai (Do not cut me down, It hurts and pains me)’’

In his address, the Principal stressed on the urgent need of protecting the environment. He encouraged the students with the idea to have their own ‘pet plant’ at home or at school. He also mentioned that the present scenario of poor rains has been caused due to the incessant deforestation and pollution of the environment. He reminded us that our school patron – St. Francis Assisi was a lover of nature, and we too like him must love and respect our nature and its surroundings.

The event concluded with the vote of Thanks, by Sumanth of Grade 10.


 

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