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Plastic Committee - (4 September 2019)
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The fact that plastic is forever, poisons our food chain, affects health and causes pollution, is more than enough to be a part of anti plastic drive and to bring down plastic footprints. Keeping this in mind a committee was formed comprising the students and teachers of all the three branches of St. Mark's School. The first meeting was addressed by Director, Mr. R. Aggarwal and Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal on 4 September, 2019. The main agenda was to find out ways to reduce plastic footprints of the school and to achieve target of becoming a plastic free school. There was a group discussion on single use plastic and to find out it's alternatives. Students would carry a pre audit of plastic usage in their school and present it in the next meeting.
Students of St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh Lend a Helping Hand - (2019)
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In times of calamity a billion Indian hearts beat together... hands reach out to help.

St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School Meera Bagh contributed 35 sacks of bedsheets and sarees and 1700 packets of sanitary napkins to the flood affected victims in Assam and Bihar through the aegis of Goonj - an NGO which is working at the ground level in both the flood affected regions.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh organises Umang : Celebration of LIfe - (2019)
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St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh bade goodbye to 2018 by organising Umang - Celebration of life, an event for the lesser privileged children of the society.

With excitement and enthusiasm the organising committee, consisting of students from grade XI, brought cheer and happiness to around 160 children from near and far as it organised a range of activities - meditation, music, races and art for the children to participate and enjoy.

The Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal, motivated the children with her address and along with the Vice Principals, Ms. R. Anand and Ms. A. Gupta gave away the prizes to the winners of the races as well as art competition. Each child was also given a gift hamper for the New Year.
We Share because We Truly Care - (February 2019)
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For the past many years St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh has been associated with SOS Children's Villages of India which is a non - profit organisation working for holistic development of parentless children belonging to vulnerable sections of society. This year also the SMS family contributed Rs 5,11,582 (Rupees Five lakhs, Eleven thousand, five hundred and eighty two) to SOS in a cultural extravaganza "Jashn- e- Hindustan" organized by the primary wing of the school.

The SOS representative Ms. Kavita Shrivastava thanked the SMS family for their generous contribution and appreciated the school's active involvement in social work initiatives. She also applauded SMS,Meera Bagh as the top contributor school pan India for the past many years.

The top student collectors are:

Vedansh Chugh (VIII C) contributed Rs. 7000/-,
Keerat Banga (III C) contributed Rs. 6000/-,
Sanvie Sethi (I B) contributed Rs. 6000/-,
Charvi Yadav (II A) contributed Rs. 5100/-,
Preet Arora (III E) contributed Rs. 5100/- and
Kabir Jain VIII F contributed Rs. 5100/-.

The top collector Class was II E which contributed Rs. 24710/-.

St. Mark’s School Encourages Waste Management Practices and Sustainable Lifestyle - (2019)
To sensitize and empower our students towards sustainable lifestyle by promoting and enabling action on solid waste management and reducing the ecological impact of solid waste, students of Class VIII-H of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh started green bag system. As a part of this each student brings a small bag or a pouch to carry the waste generated by him or her. This gives them accountability of how much waste each one produces and how it can be reduced and finally turned to ZERO which is the need of the hour. The best part is that there is no dustbin in the class and the class remains clean throughout the day. This group will now act as catalyst to sensitize other classes of our school so that our school becomes zero waste school.
 
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