The School Weekly - 28th July 2014

Weather
21st July 14: Weather in Bali has really become cool! The students are wishing for more rains and looking forward to a rainy holiday! The School Campus has magically turned green! Fresh grass has cropped up; trees look washed and greener; students crave to sit outside and study! Lowest temperature was 26°C, while highest was 35°C and humidity is 85%. The whole week sky was filled with nimbus clouds, threatening to rain!
Service
4th July 14: Krystal Sung an LC student visited the school to meet the students and spend two days on the campus raising awareness for water preservation. We are extremely thankful to her for raising $4000 to help the school install an RO plant under her Girl Scout Gold Award project. During her stay she interacted with the students to brief students about her project and how she has been successful. She organized activities in Junior School.
Thank you Krystal for the gift of the RO Plant

Krystal did a session on water with the students of the Eco Club and inspired them to take up social work in rural area to help people live better lives. Krystal and her father visited the forest with Class XII students to see the water reservoir which is filled with the water now. It is indeed our pleasure to thank Krystal for the work she has done for us. We wish her good luck for her future and hope she gets a gold medal soon.

Mr. Sung, Krystal’s father took up a session each with Class XI and XII to throw light on avenues open for students in Geology. He himself is a geologist and wished our students could take up this as a profession. He was of the opinion that this is one way in which you know your country best. With commerce students he spoke of the big time money that they can make if they take up a profession in geology.

Skills
It was a huge surprise to see a lone tortoise roaming freely on the campus. He had to sadly return to his home in the jungle as all students were inquisitive to take a peek at its head and movement. Students could then watch it trudge back to its home!
22nd July 14: New Editorial Board
We welcome our Editorial Board for  2014-15
English Editors
Staff: Ms. Bharti Rao & Ms. Deepika Bhatt
Students: Santosh Paliwal, Silvi Mehta, Kritika Mansion, Aditya Kansara
Hindi Editors
Staff: Mr. Krishn Gopal Dave & Mr. Dinesh Bharti
Students: Bhanupratap Singh, Priyank Rathod, Adityapratap Singh, Jaswant Singh,
Art & Craft Editors
Staff: Usha Pawar
Students: Kushagra Singh, Khushi Rao, Nikhil Soni, Vaishali Rao
Sports
25th July 14: School organized a friendly volleyball match students and staff with Krystal in the evening followed by dinner. The match was played in four groups. Girl versus lady teachers and male teachers versus Class XII boys. Gents staff and Class XII boys played two  matches and students won by 2-0!

The Fabindia School played a friendly cricket match with Kanakraj Sawantraj Lodha School. Unexpected showers interrupted the match. Only the Lodha Team batted and made 26 runs in 4 overs with 3 wickets. The hosts Lodha School looked after us very well, thanks to Lodha School! Both the teams have promised to meet again to play a memorable match.
Studies
DEAR Program is catching pace slowly and steadily. Classroom Libraries are in the offing for Classes I and II. This will help students to do story telling in the class itself.

26th July 14: Saturday saw a regular activity day. Hindi Essay Writing Competition was organised for students of Class III to X. About fifty students participated in the competition. 
Compiled by Bharti Rao for The Fabindia School.

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