The School Weekly - 4th February 2019

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Priyanka Deora/VIII was selected as the Student this Week for showcasing responsible behaviour while conducting school co-curricular activities. She said it changes the character of the person who is responsible and that person is special for everyone. 
EDUCATOR: Ms. Manisha Deora was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on the advantages of being responsible. She said that responsibility is the ability or opportunity of taking decisions without authorization.
Mr. Yagyapal Singh was selected as the Educator this Week. He shared his views on  integrity towards work. He said that if we want success in life we should focus on our goals and develop our knowledge skills
ALUMNI
(ED: Editor, DV: Darshan Vaishnav)
ED: Which was your batch year?
DV: 2002-2009
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
DV: Yes, I was an active participant of all kinds of sports other than that I used to participate in the activities like Debate competitions, Elocution competitions, Extempore,  Annual days, etc.
ED: Which was your favorite spot in the school?
DV: In the School my favorite spot was that Compost pit which is constructed behind the last block .
ED: What are you doing these days?
DV: These days I am working as a Software Developer in Hyderabad.
ED: What are your qualifications? 
DV: I have completed my B. Tech and M. Tech from the IIT Gwalior.
ED: What have you learned from The Fabindia School?
DV: From The Fabindia School I have learnt very important values like to be vocal about whatever you feel, to participate voluntarily, etc.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
DV:  In my memories I remember the time spent with my friends in various ways like sharing food, playing games, etc.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
DV: Participate a lot, don’t be shy and at the last I would like to quote that “Don’t try to fit in the shoes of others, you have your shoes so wear them” this means that don’t try to be like others, everyone is unique so, find your talent and don’t copy others.
STAFF: Ms. Rajeshree Shihag, Ms. Kusum Sharma, Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Mr. Suresh Negi & Mr. Byju Joseph went to Ajmer to attend a CBSE Workshop at Ajmer.
The faculty wished Ms. Swati Sood, Mr. Krishan Gopal & Ms. Ayasha Tak who had their birthdays that week. May they be blessed and good wishes for their future.
                   NEWS & EVENTS
Monday, 28th January: UT IV was conducted for Classes Nursery- VIII. Practices started for the commencing Half Marathon (Run for Cancer Awareness) on 3rd February.

Tuesday, 29th January: The House Trophy of Sports presented annually to the winning house was given to Teresa House for excellent scores in Sports and other Co curricular activities

Wednesday January 30: Today on the occasion of the ''Martyr's Day'', a two-minute silence was kept by all students and teachers in the Assembly. Today too students were seen practicing for the Marathon on the tracks. Children were seen doing stretching after completing the rounds. Regular revisions were done in the classes.

Thursday, 31st January: Class 10 had their Pre-board II. Jyotirmay Nag/II/RH was appreciated for distributing the Marathon Pamphlets at a good and right place which brought registrations from other schools.
Saturday, 2nd February: The School organized ‘Coffee with Teachers’ (New concept of PTM) The parents visited the school and they talked with the teachers and students. The students shared their results with their parents and answered to their questions. They had a get together, played games etc. Parents were happy and contend on their visit to school. 
Sunday, 3rd February: The School organized Half Marathon (Run for Cancer Awareness) on the occasion of World Cancer Day to create cancer awareness among people. Principal Rajeshree Shihag flagged off the Marathon at High School. There was a big gathering of parents, outsiders, students, staff, support staff etc. at High School. Approximately there were 650 participants who ran in the Marathon. There were five categories for the run. Category V: 3 km, Category IV: 7 km, Category III: 11 km, Category II: 18 km and Category I: 21 km. The first  
Three winners for Category II, III, IV & V were rewarded with medals. The participants of Category I who completed 21 km run were rewarded with gold medals. The winners of 21 km run were felicitated with cash prize; First Position: Cash prize of Rs. 5000, Second Position: Rs.2500 & Third Position: Rs. 1500. Chief Guest Brig. Karan Singh felicitated the winners with the prizes.
Results:
Girls
I Gungun Sheikh/IX
II Harshita Kanwar/IX
III Charu Vaishnav/IX and Vinita Sirvi/IX
Boys
I Bharat Kumar
II Prakash Kumar
III Malaram Choudhary
The first contestant completed his 21 km run in 2 hour 10 min, second contestant in 2 hour 15 min and the third contestant in 2 hour 20 min. Everyone appreciated the school to take the initiative of organizing such an event.
Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal,, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Mr Jafar Khan, Harsha Suthar, Anumesh Rao, Ipshita Rathore, Archana Koratkar, Meenakshi Choudhary, Vinita Sirvi, Charu Vaishnav,  Varun Malviya & Ronak Devda.

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