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Founder's Day Activities at St.Xavier's High School Borivli (East)

Published On : 27 Aug 2017   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai: St.Xavier's High School,Borivli East, Mumbai is celebrating Founder's Day conducting various activities. As a part of this celebration mask making,flower making and project making competition were conducted for students.

The students showcased their creativity by actively participating in groups.The Students also visited the Orphanage to show compassion,love and care for needy children.The students distributed goodies among needy children and spent some time with them by playing and singing with them. Teachers encouraged the students and there was joy and happiness among all as they are celebrating their Founder's Day.







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