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Welcome to the month of Halloween and pumpkins: Xaverians are here for anything and everything revolving around pumpkin. Although Halloween parties are a no-go this year, of course, but we never like to miss an opportunity to connect with our friends for some spooky and artistic fun, so lets turn “scary” into “silly”, St. Xaviers High school, sector 49 Gurugram, is organizing “ *Carve The Pumpkin* ” Competition for the students of Grade VII – VIII on 31st Oct, 2020.

    Keeping up with the tradition and the Halloween fever which has already started igniting within us to look our scariest, we at St Xavier's High School, Gurugram Sec -49, have organized a scary extravaganza for our children. An interclass competition, *Dress To Scare* on 31st October 2020, for the students of grade III To VI.

      Generations after Generations and centuries after centuries, Ramayana has been the book India’s people, culture and rulers have looked upon to learn virtues to lead their lives and follow ‘Dharma’. The stories, shlokas and Ramayana quotes are a treasure house of knowledge which inspire people to lead a righteous and virtuous life.
      Good deeds are the means to reach a higher plane and likewise bad deeds lead to destruction and doom — is the ultimate message that the Ramayana teaches. The truth that each one is responsible for his acts, good and bad and will have to face the consequences is strongly stressed. It is shown that even birds and animals will be of assistance to one who treads the right path; but to him who chooses the wrong path, even one’s kith and kin cannot be of any help.
      To depict the beautiful messages from this great epic, Xaverians from grade III- VIII will come live on Facebook to present 'Conflation: A Unique Blend of the Profound Saga of Ramayana' entailing 6 episodes from 19th October-24 October 2020.
      We look forward to your presence in the live webinar from 1pm- 2pm.
      “Beauty may leave the moon, Himalayas may become bereft of snow, the ocean may transgress its shores but I will never violate the promise given by my father.” – Lord Rama.

        “Of all the skills of leadership, listening is the most valuable — and one of the least understood. Most captains of industry listen only sometimes, and they remain ordinary leaders. But a few, the great ones, never stop listening. That's how they get word before anyone else of unseen problems and opportunities.”

        St. Xavier’s High School brings to all of you Ms. Jayshree Arora, an Indian film, stage and television actress, and a trained dancer of Kathak and Manipuri dance. She has played supportive roles in numerous Bollywood films and Hindi soap operas. She had been acting in theatre since the age of 9. It's an honour for Xaverians having Ms Jayshree Arora as our eminent guest speaker in conversation with the shining stars of Grade VII and VIII for the Live Facebook Webinar 'Lending an Ear: Improving Listening Skills' to be held on 17 October 2020 from 1pm-2pm. 

        Looking forward for your eager participation for the Webinar as "Every great conversation starts with a good Listening."

          Animals are not  Property or  Things But rather Living Organisms, who are worthy of our compassion , Respect , Friendship and Support .

          Every animal has the right to co-exist with us; Mahatma Gandhi once said, " the greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated". 
          Hence to raise awareness about the well-being of animals, improve the welfare of animals and to sensitize our students about animals being recognized as sentient beings and full reward should pe paid to their welfare, St. Xaviers High school, Sector 49 Gurugram, organised English Poem Composition *for the students of Grades III - V and  *Slogan Writing Competition for the students of Grades VI-VII on 9 th Oct, 2020.

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            “It only takes one voice at the right pitch, to start an avalanche.”

            How apt is this quote in today’s world! Having opinion and keeping it wisely is the most eminent quality of strong personalities. Through these open discussions, one acquires unique educational benefits, as you learn and polish skills far beyond what can be learnt in any other setting. It create leaders. Leading requires skills such as intelligence, vision, empathy and efficiency. Analysing and studying both the sides of the coin cultivates these essential leadership skills in young children.
            St. Xaviers High School, Sector-49 Gurugram, organises an online colossal discussion on ‘The Relevance of Gandhian Philosophies in the 21st century’ by students of grades VII & VIII. 
            Our enthusiastic Xavierians express their opinion and evaluate Mahatma Gandhi's doctrine in the modern times.
            What better way of celebrating and paying tribute to Bapu on his 151th birth anniversary, where we remember Gandhi ji’s mission and vision.

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              "The quest for knowledge never ends; it just leads to more curiosities that leads to a greater mind."

              To quench our students' thirst for knowledge, the school has decided to organise a Monthly Quiz on Current Affairs every month. 

              We are eagerly waiting for the enthusiastic participation of the XAVERIANS  in- The Monthly Battle For Being MOST COGNIZANT- A Vigil Eye.

              'The Path of Light is Quest for Knowledge.'


                "Truth is like a vast tree which yields more and more fruits the more you nurture it"- Mahatma Gandhi 

                India will now celebrate 151st birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, an Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and writer who became the leader of the nationalist movement against the British rule of India.

                To remind the world of the timelessness of his ideals, Xaviers decided to organise an Online Quiz Competition : "How well do you know the Father of our Nation ?" for the students of Grades III - VIII . 
                All the best !!!

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                  "Eat beans, not beings"

                  A vegetarian diet is high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and low in saturated fat. This helps to keep your blood pressure and cholesterol levels in check.
                  To engage and enlighten the students on the same thought and on the occasion of World Vegetarian Day,  a 3D Poster Making Competition is being conducted for the students of  III-V on the topic - let’s Go Vegetarian

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