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Contribution by Students of St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh to GOONJ - (20 April 2018)
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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

The occasion of School Foundation Day is a joyous occasion for SMS family not just because it is our School's Birthday but also because it is a day wherein we help our less fortunate brethren in poverty stricken villages every year by donating books, stationary items,school uniforms through aegis of Goonj. This year also more than 20 sacks of the above stated educational material along with 500 library books, school bags, tiffin boxesand water bottles were contributed.
Mission Buniyad - (10 April 2018)
200 books were donated by students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh to students of Classes I to VIII of Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Ambica Vihar for Mission Buniyad on 10 April, 2018.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh contributes whole heartedly to SOS, India - (22 February 2018)
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Sharing and caring is an integral part of the ethos of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The SMS family shares and cares through SOS India, an independent, non- profit organization that works for the holistic development of orphan and abandoned children. This year, the SMS family contributed Rs.4,92,600 to SOS India on 22 February, 2018, a cheque of the above mentioned amount was presented to Ms. Shilpa Bisht, Senior Manager, Individual Partnerships Pan India (SOS Children’s Villages of India) by the Chief Guest Mr. Manoj Tiwari, BJP Chief, Delhi during the annual day celebrations of the school. Ms. Bisht highlighted that St. Mark’s School has been the top collector amongst schools all over India from the past many years. Mr. Manoj Tiwari complimented the school for its commendable efforts.

The top student collectors for SOS were :

Preet Arora (II-E) – Rs. 6,500; Satwika Vepulla (I E) – Rs. 5,100; Ishita Gupta (VI E) – Rs. 5,050; Charvy Yadav (I A) - Rs. 5,000 and Devesh Marwaha (VI A) – Rs. 5,000.

The top collector class was IV-D which contributed Rs. 20,000 for the noble cause.

GOONJ Collection : Helping India’s Poor Survive the Bitter Cold - (December 2017)
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On slaught of winters spells misery for our country’s poor and homeless people.

The St. Mark’s family extended a helping hand to alleviate the suffering of people due to extreme weather conditions by contributing winter clothing like sweaters, blankets, socks for our lesser fortunate brethren through the aegis of NGO – GOONJ. More than a vanload of material was contributed by the students in the month of December, 2017 which was gratefully accepted by the GOONJ volunteers.
A Visit to SOS Village, Bawana - (28 December 2017)
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On 28 December, 2017, 30 students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, MeeraBagh of Classes VI to VIII and XI visited ‘SOS Village, Bawana’ with their teacher incharges, Ms. A. Jain, Ms. R. Malhotra and Ms. N. Agrawal. The students were enthusiastic to meet the children staying with their caring ‘mothers’ and spent quality time with them by interacting, dancing and playing with them. While returning, the students gave them new year wishes by distributing chocolates, stationary items and biscuits.
Diwali Celebrations - Earth Saviours Eco Club - (12 to 14 October 2017)
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Harit Diwali Swasth Diwali’, this was the theme of the Diwali Celebrations done by Earth Saviours Eco Club this year. The celebrations kick started with children of Classes IV and V going to India Paryavaran Bhawan and taking a pledge to celebrate a clean and green Diwali and make Delhi pollution free.

The children from classes III to VIII decorated diyas. Pledge was taken in the classes wherein the children promised to have a safe Diwali. A Nukkad Natak (street play) was staged for primary and middle classes. A Power point presentation was shown in all the classes showing the children hazards of bursting crackers followed by a discussion / talk. Last but not the least a rally was taken out in neighbourhood areas, where also children raised slogans urging people to have a ‘Safe Diwali’ and the street play was shown to the pedestrians.
We pay homage to Gandhiji through SHRAMDAAN - (2 October 2017)
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Cleanliness is next to Godliness” was the mantra of Mahatma Gandhiji. He demonstrated, propagated and insisted on individual and community cleanliness throughout his life. Following his footprints, students of Class XI of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh initiated a community cleanliness drive on October 2, 2017. The young students began their initiative by undertaking a Swatchhta Pledge wherein they pledged to make Gandhi’s vision of clean and green India -a reality. It was followed by a brief interactive session in which students recalled incidents from Gandhiji’s life. Thereafter armed with brooms, dustpans, garbage bins and righteous zeal the young brigade started ‘cleaning up’ and ‘sensitizing’ people in the LIC colony and areas adjoining the school. The students spoke to residents as well as passerbys and encouraged them to contribute to swatchchta mission.

Shramdaan by the students of our school is a continuation of the proud legacy and tradition which was started more than six years ago wherein we pay homage to Bapu by incorporating his ideals in our life.
We Share because We Care - (31 August 2017)
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Students and staff of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh extended a helping hand to the victims of floods in North East and Bihar on 31 August, 2017. The SMS family contributed dry rations including wheat flour, sugar, rice, pulses, tea leaves, milk powder, oil and other essentials like sarees, bed sheets, tarpaulins, sanitary napkins as a part of Rescue and Rehabilitation initiative – collaborating with GOONJ – an NGO working at the grassroot level in the disaster prone areas.
International White Cane Day 2017 - (3 August 2017)
St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh contributed Rs. 7,500/- to the Indian Association for the Blind, Madurai on 3 August 2017 on account of International White Cane Day for the welfare of the visually challenged children.
Contribution to Goonj - (20 April 2017)
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On the occasion of the School birthday on 20 April, 2017, the students and staff members of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh contributed new books and notebooks, stationery items, lunch boxes and water bottles, old clothes and shoes for our less fortunate brothers and sisters in the nearby villages of Goonj.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh extends a helping hand to SOS - (19 February 2017)
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Sharing and caring is an integral part of the ethos of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The SMS family helps the cause of orphan and abandoned children through SOS. This year also the SMS family contributed Rs. 4,14,000 to SOS on 19 February, 2017. The cheque was collected by Ms. Shilpa Bisht, Senior Manager, Individual Partnerships Pan India (SOS Children’s Villages of India). She highlighted that St. Mark’s School has been the top collector amongst schools all over India from the past many years.

The top student collectors for SOS were I - Vedansh Chugh – VI D (Rs. 6,000/-), II - Avni Chopra – I A (Rs. 5,500/-), III - Jaskirat Singh – II A, Hriday Chatrath – III F and Aayush Sharma – IX A (Rs. 5,000/-), IV– Gurleen Kaur – I D, Arnav Gupta - IV G and Ritik Chugh - II A (Rs. 4,000/-) and V – Akshat Kapoor – III D (Rs. 3,801).

The top collector class was I A which contributed Rs. 14,400/-.
 
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