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Go green for future environment day celebration at St. Xavier’s High School Borivli (East)

Published On : 15 Jul 2017   |  Reported By : Ronida Mumbai


“It’s our birth right to live in a clean and green environment”. There was anxiety and words were chosen for future of every Xavierites. The school celebrated its Environment Day on 15th July 2017. The programme had elegance with the presence of luminary from various fields.

Our guest Dr. Sudhakar Pujari, Mr. Bharat Soni, Ms. Hemangi Mhaprolkar, Ms. Nishika Rupamwar was highly delighted to see the enthusiasm and efforts taken to arrange the programme. The programme started with a Bible Reading, Prayer, and Special Prayer by Pst. Wilfred Faleiro harmonious prayer song and welcome song.

 

Students put a magnificent skit portraying the power of slogan “Each One Plant One” for a healthier environment. The students of the primary section performed a melodious environment song and also highlighted the importance of the Environment. The students who excelled in various competitions during the environment week were felicitated on the occasion. The guest stimulated the students for being responsible for the environment.

“Each One Plant One” with this motto tree plantation was carried out in the school premise.

The guest present for the celebration highly appreciated the endeavor of Chairman Sir Dr. A. F. Pinto, Managing Director Madam Grace Pinto, The management; Headmistress, Supervisors, Staff and Students for breath taking and significant event.

 







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