C L DAV Senior Public School
Panchkula,Haryana 134112
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Circular V  

CIRCULAR V            

Dear Parents,                                                     

I welcome the students who have comeback rejuvenated and refreshed after summer break. I also take immense pride in sharing with you the heartening result of our class X & XII students in CBSE Board Exam held in March this year. All 118 students who appeared in class X examination have exhibited excellent performance, 25 students scored 10 CGPA, 41 students scored above 9CGPA. In class XII Exams Rajat Aggarwal brought laurels to the school by scoring 93.4% in the Commerce stream followed by Anchal Dhiman 91.6%, Shivani Sharma 91.2% and Ankita Sharma 86.4% secured and 22 students scored distinctions. In the Science Stream Ruchika Bakshi topped with 93% marks followed by Priteesh 88.8%, Navdeep 86.6%, Samyak 84.4% and Shreya Singh 83.4%.

Change in School Timings:- Parents of classes Pre-Nursery to class I students are hereby informed that the school timings from 7th July onwards will be from 7:45a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Classes XI & XII will also get over at 12:30p.m. Timings for classes II to X will be 7:45a.m. to 2:10p.m.

Hike in Transportation Fee:- As per the orders of the District Administration, the schools have been asked to depute lady conductor in the school buses for the safety of the girls and to also provide other facilities such as GPRS, Speed Governors and CCTV Cameras. In order to bear this additional expenditure there will be a nominal increase of Rs.100/- per student in the transport charges. Parents are requested to cooperate. Kindly discourage the use of auto-rickshaw and rickshaw for safety reasons. School will not be held responsible for any untoward incident. We wish to facilitate smooth and safe transportation for our students.

Change In Winter School Uniform:- As per the instructions of Head office DAV CMC New Delhi, there will be uniformity in the school uniform for all DAV schools throughout India. New uniform will be introduced in winters. You are requested to purchase winter uniform as per instructions of the school. Summer uniform will be changed in the next session. (2016-17)

Reading:- Children can be encouraged to utilize their free time to read story books, magazines, comics and news papers. This will definitely help to improve their reading skills and vocabulary.

Academic Assessment:- FA-II and SA-I Syllabus have already been sent. You are requested to motivate your child to prepare thoroughly. Kindly spend qualitative time with your ward.

PTM:- The next PTM is scheduled for 28th August 2017. It is mandatory to attend PTM as per the roll number schedule to know about your child’s performance.

Payment of School Fee:- Parents must ensure that all the dues i.e. school fee, bus fee etc. are paid by the due date i.e. 15th of every quarter. (July, October & January)

Code of conduct:- Students would be fined Rs. 1000/- if they bring two wheelers without a proper license and use cell phones on school premises.                

Keys to Successful Parenting:

1a)     In today’s scenario, a child is influenced by so many things – the TV, neighbors, teachers, school and a million other things. He will go the way whatever he finds most attractive. As a parent, you have to make yourself in a way that the most attractive thing he finds is to be with the parents. If you are a joyous, intelligent and wonderful person, he won’t seek company from anywhere else. For anything, he will come and ask you.

1b)    If you are genuinely interested in giving your children a good upbringing, you should first transform yourself into a peaceful and loving human being.

2. Give Unconditional Love:

Firstly you must remember that children are not going to remain young always. Time flies so fast, that they will grow up soon. Hence, you should make the most of your child’s growing years.

The childhood is the time when you can spend maximum amount of time with your child and grow close to him/her. Once, they grow into teenagers and adults, they get so busy with their own lives. You should try to have as many as happy memories as possible at each stage of your child from toddler to teenager. Let them know how much you love them and that you will always love them unconditionally.

3. Use Action, Not Words:

Statistics say that we give our children over 2000 compliance requests a day! No wonder our children become “parent deaf!”. Instead of nagging or yelling, ask yourself, “What action could I take?” For example, if you have nagged your child about unrolling his socks when he takes them off, then only wash socks that are unrolled. Action speaks louder than words.

4. Develop Healthy Eating Habits From a Young Age:-

Make it a point to feed your child healthy food right from the young age. Give them fruits instead of chips and pizza. If your children eat healthy foods right from the young age, then it is likely that the habit will continue till adulthood. Food habits developed at the young age often stay on till later in life.

5. Have Family-Time:

Many fathers come late at night, by which time their children are already in bed. Make it a point to have at least one meal together as a family. Basically, you should try and make it a point to do something together as a family. Set aside fifteen minutes every evening, when the entire family will together clean the house! Or, you can also play some board games five days a week together like ‘Monopoly’. This will help all of you to bond together as a family and will also help siblings become closer. 

6. Maintain a Friendly Relationship:

Do not imposing yourself on the child. Create a strong friendship rather than being a boss. Don’t sit on a pedestal and tell the child what she should do. Place yourself below the child so that it’s easy for them to talk to you.

7. Try to Make Your Children Self-Reliant:

Try to make your child independent and self-reliant. Do not do everything for your child as this will make him more and more dependent on you. Children should be given an opportunity to do simple tasks which can be done by them, without the parent doing it for them. Some parents do everything for their children which can cause problems later on in life. When children do things by themselves, they become self-reliant which in turn increases their self-esteem. At the end of the day, remember to be good role models for your child.

(Anjali Marriya)