According to the notification received by NBSE, the class 10 and class 12 results will be declared tomorrow during the afternoon. Mark sheets, pass certificates and P.C.R Books will be distributed to the students on 10th May, Wednesday from 9:00 a.m onwards.
The Lshss Anti-Bullying week was held in the last week of March. The event was organised to create awareness about bullying, its impact and how it can be prevented. The Anti-Bullying began with a short lesson on bullying followed by the Anti-Bullying Door Competition. This competition saw classroom doors adorned with anti bullying slogans and pictures. The judges were the Chairman and the Administrator of the school. Class 2D, 7B and 12C were declared the winners. An anti bully survey was conducted with a group of randomly picked students from different classes. The survey helped the school to understand what kind of bullying was prevalent in the school and the to come up with ways to solve that.
The art club members created posters that were pasted in the hall and the craft club members made an Anti-Bully poster on the theme, ‘Lend a hand. Stop Bullying Now!’
The Class 10 music students along with Miss Christina, worked on an Anti Bullying Video.
Spring Fest was a colourful event hosted by the students of Classes 1 & 2 on Saturday, 25th March. The parents were invited to view the students’ performances and to visit the stalls. It was an exciting show featuring spring fashion, dance, songs and poem. The chairpersons and comperes from Classes 1 and 2 kept the momentum of the program and hosted it flawlessly.
Another highlight of the day was the flower and crafts exhibition. The exhibition included a flower show and showcasing of spring’s fruits and vegetables along with craft items like dream catcher, paper mask and pressed flower art.
A parent commented that it was one of a kind and probably the first in Nagaland. Another parent lauded the creativity of the teachers and students.
The Spring Fest. was a wonderful platform for the Classes 1 and 2 students to display their talents and gain confidence as they perform on the stage and interact with the parents at the stalls.