The management, staff and members of LIS family congratulate the proud winners of CBSE Western Zone Judo Championship. The championship was held at B.L. International Smart School, Toda Raisingh, Rajasthan from October 3rd- 8th, 2017. The schools from Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa participated in the Championship. The little champions of LIS gave a commendable performance by bagging two Bronze medals. Krishnapal and Mahipal made LIS proud by winning the bronze medals. It was a moment of double joy for LIS since both these students belong to LIS boarding house. LIS judo team gave a tough fight to the other well known schools who claimed the title in the previous years. LIS congratulates all the members of the Judo team, our Judo Coach Mr.Devisingh Tomar and the parents for their never ending support to make LIS reach newer heights.
From darkness to the light that empowers us to commit ourselves to good deeds, that which brings us closer to divinity; lights illuminate every corner of India during Diwali and the scent of incense sticks hang in the air, mingled with the sounds of fire-crackers, joy, togetherness and hope. Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu Festivals. Many of its symbols candles and lights, rangoli, flowers and fire work make the ideal subjects for exploration with the children through crafts. The festival of lights' came alive at Lucky International School, Jodhpur when the whole school wore a festive look with Diyas and lanterns adorning the corridors and the assembly hall in bright colors. The enthusiastic children participated with full potency in` D-Decore to decorate their class. They made lanterns, steamers, colourfull diyas, hangings etc. out of colorful papers and glitters. The preparation of the decoration items bonded each one as a family—LIS FAMILY.
Pre-Primary section of Lucky International School, Jodhpur celebrated Navratri in form of DISCO DANDIYA with great joy and vigor on September 27, 2017 by dancing on the famous Garba beats of Gujarat. The little Seedlites attired in traditional costumes added to the festive mood. Students and teachers came in traditional dresses. The function started off with the grand arti of Maa Durga followed by the traditional dance Dandiya. All of them celebrated the day with happiness and cheer. It was a colorful show with teachers and all other staffs joining the students enthusiastically in their dance.”
Navratri is celebrated with festivity all over India and every Hindu community the world over. These nine days are dedicated solely to Maa Durga (goddess Durga) and her nine avatars. On September 21, 2017, Lucky International School, Jodhpur celebrated Navratri Sthapna with a traditional and sacred essence. The celebration started with the special assembly by the scholars of class IX-A which comprised of the importance and significance related to Navratri followed by a quiz related to the festival. Navratri Sthapna was done at LIS campus. Students gave a performance on the beats of Garba dance reflecting the festiveness of the day. All the scholars learnt the importance of Navratri. Principal Mrs. Ragini Kachhawaha was feeling lively to see the joy and the spirit of the scholars.
LIS is proud of Raunak Agarwal and Aryan Choudhary of Grade IX for making their place in the Rajasthan State Junior Athletics Championship 2017 held on September 10th – 12th2017 at Kota, Rajasthan. There were 21 participants in the tournament (Long Jump). Our scholar Ronak Agarwal received special applauds for his tremendous performance. Manvee Bhimwal of Grade VI also made us proud by her performance in the District Table Tennis Tournament held on September 16th – 22nd, 2017 at Hanumangarh. We congratulate all the three star performers of LIS.
On September 16, 2017 a “Cricket Match” was organized at LIS. The match was of 10 - 10 overs between our two enthusiastic teams viz. LIS Royals and LIS Panthers. The match had the spirit of competition and thereby one has to loose and the other has to win. LIS Royals won the match. Our Principal Mrs. Ragini Kachhawaha inspired the scholars to take part in these types of sports and other activities which keep equilibrium between Academics and Co - curricular learning. Being a part of these activities and sports one faces the challenges, gains the team spirit and develops a feeling of brotherhood.
On September 15, 2017 Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized a competition for classes I and II titled as “Weave a Tale”. This competition was based on spoken skills as the scholars were asked to choose any super hero like Superman, Batman, Shakti maan, Avengers etc. and speak 4-5 lines about the character. These activities develop self-confidence presentation and linguistic skills in scholar’s helping them overcome the stage fear. This was a remarkable competition as it showed the courageous side of the young buds. Our school Principal Mrs. Ragini Kachhawaha was mesmerized by hearing the thoughts of the students and praised their efforts.
On September 13, 2017 Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized a special assembly for Pre- Primary presenting the theme: “Road Safety”. All the scholars were eager to learn the road safety measures and rules so the assembly delivered basics for the rules of the road. The scholars were taught that there are different types of road crossings, how to use them safely, how to cross the road safely where no crossing is available. The assembly was led forward with a bicycle ride by one of our scholar on the road as per the sign boards, then the scholars were shown various road signals like left turn, right turn, speed limit, stop etc. by witnessing this the scholars got the knowledge about traffic safety, sign boards and its rules.
Art exhibition was held on 09-09-2017 at Lucky International School, Jodhpur as a successful event. The exhibition included all the classes and their masterpieces. Parents were overwhelmed to witness such an excellent job done by their children. The exhibition was accompanied with PTM showcasing student’s progress. The exhibition had different fragments comprised of art, clay pottery and craft work. The school received superb feedback about the students and teachers efforts displayed. The parents realized that there children are not only good in academics but also have amazing creativity in visual arts. This was a great exquisite experience of work done by the scholars. Witnessing this, our school Principal Mrs. Ragini Kachhawaha encouraged all the scholars and praised their efforts appreciating parent’s involvement.