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    "Earth Day" is celebrated on April 22, worldwide.
    It is important for each one of us to love Mother Earth and to respect the Natural resources
    bestowed upon us by the Almighty.
    To reduce pollution, plant trees, save the water- bodies, not to waste electricity should be a collective responsibilty.
    Our young students of Class 3 also contribued by making beautiful pictures and writing slogans.
    We appreciate their effort and will continue praising them for their hard - work .
      A workshop on Electronic Waste Management was conducted on April 12, 2019 to enlighten the students of Class 8 about waste and its kinds. With an activity, they were explained that people need to be educated about segregation of waste. This will help them understand the importance of 3R’s in their lives . Students actively participated in the activity and pledged to educate the masses on the above mentioned topic. 
      The workshop concluded with an open questionnaire session which clarified their doubts and highlighted on the importance of E-waste.

        ‘What I stand for is what I stand on.’

        In order to implement the promises towards Mother Earth , the students of Class 8 conducted a Wall Magazine Activity. They creatively presented their thoughts and feelings on a piece of paper about their Mother Earth and how humans could be friends with nature without exploiting it.With pride they showcased their love and affection towards their mother and made a promise to take care of it just the same way the mother takes care of them.

          Sally Ride EarthKAM

          A one-day Sally Ride EarthKAM event was conducted at Sri Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka Sector- 18 on April 9, 2019 under the Universe In The School (UITS) program of SPACE India. It is a unique scientific opportunity that enables students to participate in a space mission through the Sally Ride EarthKAM (Earth Knowledge Acquired by Middle school students) project, a NASA-sponsored education programme. It is an educational program that enables students to take pictures of their own planet from a digital camera on board the International Space Station (ISS) via a web interface and photograph locations of their choice on Earth from the perspective of space! The EarthKAM camera is till date a permanent payload on board the ISS and supports approximately four missions annually, one for each season. The recent mission was opened from April 9, 2019 to April 12, 2019.


          The event took place in the senior computer lab of the school from 8:30 am- 10:30 am. 24 students from Classes VI participated in this workshop. Ms. Heena Bhatia, Senior Educator at SPACE India gave a presentation on Sally Ride EarthKAM and how the program works with a brief demonstration showing the students how to request for the photographs keeping various aspects such as orbital path, weather, location, day/night preference in mind.
          Participants were given technical information and background regarding the ISS and were guided about selecting locations and submitting them through an interface, for subsequent photographing by a camera placed aboard the ISS. Students studied geographical features, environmental problems, climatic sciences, meteorological changes and results of natural phenomena and disasters like deforestation, glacier recession and coastline changes. During the process, they gained exposure of tools such as Google Earth, and learn about orbital mechanics and mapping. 
          To inspire and motivate the students, certificates were given by Ms. Nita Arora, Principal, Sri Venkateshwar International School and Ms. Vineet Tomar, Middle Wing HM, Sri Venkateshwar International School.

            These are some of the table etiquette that were discussed and were displayed by the students of grade V today during the Table Etiquette Day activity. Here are some glimpses..

              ‘Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs but not every man’s greed’.

              The students of Sri VIS , sector 18, conducted a special assembly on Earth Day. The assembly comprised a nukkad natak by the students of classes 6-8 , which showcased the concern for Mother Earth. The young actors gave goosebumps to the audience by portraying the importance of water in our lives and the consequences of scarcity of water.

              A short skit was presented by the students of class 8 C , highlighting the importance of cleanliness . A self composed lyrical poem by Hrehaan Zafar of Class 8 on insensitivity of mankind towards nature was recited by the young poet himself.

              Students took a pledge to make the Mother Earth a better place to live.

              The school also celebrated Solar Day on the same day by organising safe solar observation. Students got an opportunity to view the sun through telescope using safe methods. It is one of the many initiatives towards celebrating the Global Astronomy Month by the Space and Astronomy Club.

              School Principal, Ms. Nita Arora, addressed the gathering by enlightening them to have a focussed vision and perspective towards life. She felicitated ‘Super seventeen JSTSE toppers ‘ who have made the school proud and have proven that hard work and dedication can do wonders. She also congratulated Mayank Bhardwaj of XII D, the Vice Head Boy who received the ‘Student of the Year’ award by NIE.

              The assembly concluded with the National Anthem and a deep message to make the Earth Clean and Green.

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