The School Weekly - 15th January 2018

Wishing all our readers a very Happy new Year!
LEARNING FORWARD

    Respect
Respect is a sense of worth or personal value that you attach to someone. Respect is an overall evaluation you give some one based on many factors: what that person is doing with their life, how they treat you and others, whether they are honest or not and if they seem to consistently do good things ,large or small ,for other people.
The importance of Respect
*Give respect, get respect
* Care respecting others shows we care about them
Way of Respect
*Formal language shows respect
*Taking others advice shows we respect them
All of these areas of respect are very important for us in our life.  -Kusum Dangi/ Educator
ALUMNI
Interview
(ED: Editor & AS: Arvind Singh Sonigara)
ED: What is your name?
RC: My name is Arvind Singh Sonigara.
ED: Which was your batch year?
RC: My batch year was 2012-13?
ED: Who were your batch mates?
RC: My batch mates were Captan, Yogendra, Ashish, Shaily, Shefali
ED: Have you ever participated in any activities, tournaments?
RC: Yes, I have participated in Sports Activities and District Level Football Tournament.
ED: What are your present qualifications?
RC: I have completed my graduation and am working as the manager at Evergreen Safari, Ranakpur..
ED: What was your experience at Fabindia School?
RC: It was wonderful, enjoyed school life with teachers and friends and still remember my school days..
ED: Will you like to give any message to your juniors, school, or friends etc.?
RC: Yes, I’ll like to say that enjoy school life, work hard and achieve your goal. 
STAFF
Monday, 8th January- Thursday, 11th January: Staff had PDP Session and staff meeting  on those four days. On Monday the staff had their staff and HOD meeting where they discussed the format and syllabus mapping with their respective HODs. On Tuesday staff had a PDP session with Mr. Sandeep Dutt, School Chairman. He informed the Educators about the assignments that they have to upload after their level three. He also showed them how to login the online platform of LFIN and upload their Assignments. 
On Wednesday  Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi read out a thought ‘Students define the Classrooms, Not the Walls' from the book “Can We Teach a Zebra Some Algebra “by Debashis Chatterjee”. Educators then discussed their opinions, gave their views and uploaded a writ up with graphics and photo in Alchemy of Learning.
On Thursday Mr. Krishen Gopal read out a thought "गुणवत्ता के लिए हर व्यक्ति जिम्मेदार है"from the book "आइसक्रीम  मेकर" से सुबीर  चौधरी I Educators then discussed their opinions, gave their views and uploaded a writ up with graphics and photo in Ice Cream Maker. Principal Ms. Rajeshree Shihag took a session on 'Discipline' and how we can bring it in  the school environment. Educators discussed and gave their opinions and suggestions.
Wednesday,10th January: SMC( School Management Committee) meeting was conducted that day at the school. Five parents along with SMC members attended the meeting. Discussions and views were given on many important matters.

Staff wished Ms. Ishu Chouhan, Mr. Suresh Negi & Mr. Sandeep Singh a Happy Birthday. May God bless them and best wishes for their future.
The School welcomes Mr. Hirender Lal as the new Science/ Math Teacher. School wishes him a rewarding time with us!

Ms. Neelam Malviya was selected as the Teacher this Week. She gave a motivational speech to motivate the students. She started with giving her life experience about clearing an examination for which she had worked hard for many years. She faced disappointment for eight years but at last she got success this year. Finally she cleared the exam. She told us not to get disappointed from failures, instead we should learn something from failures and not to lose hope. Failures is the first step towards our success. Winning is easier than maintaining that position for longer period of time. At last she concluded her speech by saying that self satisfaction is more important than winning.
Interview
(ED: Editor, nm: Ms. Neelam Malviya)
ED: When did you join the School?
NM: October 2017 
ED: Who was the Principal at that time?
NM: Mrs. Deepika Tandon
ED:  Which classes did you teach at first?
NM:: At first I taught Class XI & XII and am still teaching them..
ED:  What is your qualification?
NM: M.Com and Net qualified.
ED: What do you expect from your students?
NM:: To work hard and never quit.
ED: Have you taught any school before Fabindia?
NM:Yes, K.S Lodha, and  in Emmanual I am still teaching.
ED: What message would like to give to the students?
NM: Always work hard for your goals, don't get disappointed by your failures, keep moving and moving till you don't achieve your goals.
ED: How do you like teaching in this school? How is it different from others?
NM: I always expected this type of working environment which I am getting from this school.I am happy and feel comfortable to work here.
PARENT THIS WEEK
Mr Alok Sompura f/o Jaideep Sompura/ LKG was selected as the Parent this Week. He addressed the students and  in the Assembly and told the students to work hard to achieve their goals.
Interview
(ED: Editor, AS: Mr. Alok Sompura)
ED: What do you do?
AS:  I am a businessman I have  business of marbles.
 ED: How many of your wards are studying here?
AS: My one ward is studying here and nine students of my family are studying here. We all stay in a joint family.
ED: Have you achieved your goal?
AS: No, I have not achieved my goal till now. I am struggling and am on the way to achieve my goal.
ED: What do you expect from your child?
AS: I expect from my child to become what he or she wants to become.
ED: What do you expect from the school?
BS: I expect from the school that students of this school should achieve something great in life.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
AS: I would like to give the message that they should become good human beings, and achieve something great in life.
ED: How did you like  visiting the school back? 
AS: It will be a great honour for me to return back to this school if the school gives me the opportunity.
SKILL
SELF- RESPECT

Self Respect cannot be hunted, it cannot be purchased, it is not for sale, it can never be fabricated out of public relations. It comes to us when we are alone in quiet moments in quiet places. There we realize all the good things we have done, the truth we spoke etc.If we don't have self respect for ourselves we cannot make our own decisions. Those people who don't believe on themselves are  often cheated, people take advantage of them and pushed into situations. In life a person needs to develop sense of self respect in order to make decisions and survive in this world. Most of the time self respect has a positive effect on an individual. A person lacking self respect develops a low esteem in society, leads himself to stress and goes in depression. So always develop a sense of self respect and achieve your goal and success.- Anumesh Rao/ IX/ GH

Richa Solanki/ XII/ GH was selected as Student this Week for her sincerity, creativity and skill in artwork. She addressed the Assembly and told the students that if they want to achieve success then they should do what they love and are happy in. She said that all should work hard to achieve success and said that 'Happiness is Success". 
NEWS & EVENTS
Monday, 8th January: School reopened after a fifteen long days’ winter break. All students were happy to return to school. Bright cheerful faces could be seen catching up for the holidays and greeting each other.
Tuesday, 9th January: CBSE awarded a Certificate of Merit to Muskan Rathod for achieving 10 CGPA in X Boards. Congratulations Muskan. The School is proud of you.
Saturday, 13th January: On the occasion of Makar Sakranti Kite flying and Kite making Activity was organized for the students of Class LKG to XI. Students of Class LKG- I made beautiful kites and displayed it on the soft boards. Students of Class I- XI flew kites on the ground along with their teachers.





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