Nazareth Convent High School, Vasai, observed the World AIDS day in a very unique manner on Dec. 1, 2014. The students of Classes IX & X conducted a meaningful assembly with a thought provoking line “It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance.“ The students performed a eye-opening street play about AIDS. The entire school family was educated through a powerpoint presentation on the impact of which was felt in the absolute silence that prevailed in the hall during and after the presentation.

The poster boards along the wall with catchy quotes on AIDS attracted the attention of everyone who passed by. Red ribbons were worn by the staff and students that reminded each other and the parents of the importance of the day.


The tiny tots of Nazareth Pre School in Vasai put the judges in a dilemma as they displayed their creative work during the competition on ‘Wealth out of Waste.” Almost all the students participated in the competition. Students brought with them different items like a piggy bag made of plastic bottles, beautiful flowers from egg shells, drums with coconut shells, and a cactus made of bubble wrap. Their creativity was very much appreciated by the teachers and the students.

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