To create an overall eco consciousness the Eco Team conducted an online webinar on 18th July at 3:15 till 6:00 p m for the communities of our Province. All the local Eco Coordinators were present. Three speakers were invited and were given particular topics to speak on. Miss. Shivangi Kanodia spoke on the practical steps of being Eco friendly. She made us aware of the importance of the proper disposal
All the bees of the sweet honeycombs of Auxilium Lonavala were busy buzzing the spellings of different words of their scholastic vocabulary in preparation for the great event of the Annual Spell Bee Competition. After going through the elimination round based on the “ Fastest Finger First’ on the Google Forms platform on the 26th of July, the best entries were enrolled to the Final Spell Bee Challenge, held at
On the first World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly pronounced by Pope Francis, the students, locked up in the confines of their homes, in the midst of this pandemic, were encouraged to make their Grandparents feel special in their own creative way. Their creative love took on various forms; poetry, cards, hugs, dances, songs, short speeches and the likes, making their elderly feel loved, appreciated and honoured. The students
The first Virtual Past Pupils meet for the year 2021-22 was held on 20th July at 15:30. The meet began with a short prayer, led by Tr. Veena Barbosa. The Headmistress, Sr. Elizabeth Coelho introduced the new Manager and Animator Sr. Rosy Mascarenhas. Sr. Rosy welcomed the gathering and was happy to see so many past pupils present. Sir Chalton then introduced the speaker of the evening, Rev Dr. Bolmax
On 27th July, in honour of the feast of Sts. Joachim and Anne, our enthusiastic Auxilians kept up the Grandparents’ Day. They decorated their homes, cooked special dishes, spent quality time with their grandparents, gifted them handmade cards and posted the pics of the celebration on the groups. The grandparents were also invited to the online classes to speak a few words to the students and enlighten them with their
On 26th July the students of Auxilium Community College, Ahmednagar celebrated Grandparents’ Day in honour of Sts. Joachim and Anne. The online celebration began with a short prayer moment. The students thanked their grandparents through song, dance, recitation of poems, speeches and offered them saplings, gifts and bouquets. It was a beautiful celebration. The grandparents were happy and thrilled. It was indeed a rare and a meaningful initiative.
On 26th July, we the Ashish Bhavan community along with our boarders celebrated the Grandparents day with the widows from the Kune village. Nearly 10 of them were present. The day began with short prayer and cultural programme which brought smile on their faces. Then Sr. Reshma Nune, the animator spoke few words to them and we ended with thanks giving and distributed them snacks.
Amidst the silence and vacuum created by the pandemic, Auxilium Carona looked grand at sight. One could hear these melodious words- If you wish to know the secret, what we look so grand a sight. If you wish to know the reason why our hearts and eyes are bright… With these sentiments our eight young and dynamic children came forward to be part of the School cabinet for the year
Teacher’s orientation programme was conducted on 22nd July, 2021 from 9am to 12.30 pm. The programme was organized by Sr. Shiny Alphonse, headmistress of Auxilium Pali, Bandra and attended by teachers from Pali Hill, Carona, Lonavla, Ahmednagar, Pansora, Baroda and Wadala. The Guest speaker was Fr. Johnson Ponthempilly SDB, from the Bangalore Province currently serving as Vice Principal of Don Bosco College Wayanad, Kerala. The session started with a short
An online session was conducted to enroll the students of 2020 and 2021 batches the Association of the Past Pupils. There was a participation of 76 members. Sr. Judy Gaikwad began the meeting with a moment of prayer. Mrs. Trupti Sawant welcomed everyone. The animator, Sr. Teresa Vettickal in her message told the young girls to remember all what they have learnt here at Auxilium Pali Hill and to spread