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Sponsoring Online Learning for needy kids

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The pandemic has affected students greatly as all classroom learning have gone digital. After the online career guidance programme we conducted, and through some interactions with parents we noticed that many kids did not have dedicated devices for online study.

So naturally they fall behind in their studies as they simply cannot attend class. We requested Principal Sr. Arockia, along with class teachers to identify children based on their attendance in online class. They drew up a list of 21 children from classes V to X who needed the devices based on their online attendance pattern and economic status.

SSESA Secretary, Mr Vinay Pinto very happily sponsored brand new Lenovo and Samsung tab devices. We met all the kids 03 July 2021 through an interaction organised by Principal Sr. Arockia, and Vice Principal Felix and found all the kids were intelligent and eager to learn.

Many parents also came and were literally crying with joy. It was a happy and a sad moment. Each child sweetly wrote an individual letter to the school pledging that they will use the device for classes and learning, and not for games.

No Stanislite should be held back from learning. We must do what we can --- Vinay Pinto |SSESA Secretary

 

Career Guidance Programme for Std. X Students

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On June 12th, 2021, the St. Stanislaus Ex-Students Association (SSESA) & Vinay Pinto, Secretary SSESA organised a Career Guidance Programmes for Std. X students. The objective of the programme was to give the children an exposure to myriad real-life career options and show them the pathways to achieve success in each.

All the career talks were delivered by dynamic young ex-Stanislites who have demonstrated success in their field. The speakers were Brian Almeida on Marketing, Andrew Simoes on Human Resources, Dr. Ranjit Nair on Engineering & IT, Dr. Sailesh Advani on Medicine, Sumit Advani on Studying Abroad, Chef. Rohit D’Souza on Hospitality and Col. Asad Shaikh on a career in the Armed Forces. The programme was superbly moderated by Peter D’Souza.

The programme was broadcast live on YouTube and received over 500 views by the first day. It can be now viewed on the St. Stanislaus YouTube page: https://youtu.be/n7lOPM8EKr8

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A Tribute to Capt. Melwyn (Mel) Pais

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We pay tribute to Capt. Melwyn Pais who passed away on 16th May 2021.

He was was a Stanislite till the end and a great supporter of our St. Stanislaus Ex-students Association from its inception.

He was a familar face at all School and Ex-students acctivities be it Inter Jesuit Alumni Football matches, swims, Alumni Reunions, Lonavala Camps and of course AGM's. He served on the Managing Committee of the St. Stanislaus Ex-students Association. 

He participated in several JAAI (Jesuit Alumni Associations of India) Zonal and National Congresses starting with JAAI Milan National Congress held on the St. Stanislaus Campus. He also participated in the First WUJA (World Union of Jesuit Alumni) World Congress held at Kolkotta.

He was a nature lover and planted many trees at St. Stanislaus Villa Lonavala. He was truly one of a kind. May his Soul Rest in Peace. Our Condolonces to his Family

Tribute to Teacher Liz Rosario (nee Deniz)

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Teacher, Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt and Role Model

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Teacher Elizabeth Rosario.

Elizabeth Deniz was born December 26th 1947 to Joseph and Maria Deniz in Bombay. She passed away peacefully at home and went to her eternal rest on May 01, 2021 at the age of 73 years. She was predeceased by her parents, sisters Martha (Santamaria), Julie (Mendonca), brothers Valentine, Agnelo and Xavier. Her youngest sister Bridget (Rosario) sadly passed away two weeks after her. She leaves behind her husband of 46 years Kenneth Rosario and their son Adrian and her two sisters Lydia, and Teresa. Multiple cousins, nephews and nieces around the world are also mourning this loss.

Elizabeth was an introverted, simple, private, caring, and soft-spoken person, and we would like to honor that tradition in paying her tribute as a teacher and mentor to both her family and students.

In her over three decades of instructing young boys, as a teacher and Vice-Principal at St. Stanislaus High School in Bandra, she helped mold 1000s of young minds as children and teenagers into the adults they have become and their characters sub-consciously guided into preparing them for the challenges of life. She put hours into marking papers and encouraging students to make sure they were putting in their best efforts. She developed mnemonics to remember math equations making the subject more palpable. As former students, all would like to say “Thank You”.

Msgr. Nereus Rodrigues RIP

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We regret to inform you of the passing away of Msgr. Nereus Rodrigues (97 years) one of the oldest living Stanislites on November 26th 2020

Viewing for a limited number of persons at Mt.Mary’s Basilica on Friday, November 27 from 8 am to 10 am.

Funeral will be held privately due to present restrictions. The Holy Mass will be livestreamed on Mount Mary’s Basilica Website.

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