Saint Soldier International School, Sec 28 B, Chandigarh celebrated its Founder’s Week in the last week of December 2019. To commemorate the great celebrations, a plethora of activities was held. Poster Making competition on the theme ‘How I motivated my friend for saving water’ was conducted where Manjot Kaur of VIII B won the first prize. Bhavishay Rai of IX B and Simran of IX D bagged the second prize, Loveneesh and Sweta of IX D secured the third prize while Diksha Singh of VIII D was awarded a consolation prize. Poetry writing competition in Hindi, English and Punjabi on the theme ‘My School’ was also held. In Punjabi Poetry Writing, Priyanka of VI C, Aditi and Tanvi Khurana of VI B won the Ist, IInd and IIIrd prize respectively. In Hindi Poetry Writing, Isha Rawat of VII A and Drishti of VII B bagged the first prize, Khushi of VII C was bestowed with the second prize while Harshdeep Singh of VII B and Naina of VII D got the third prize. In English Poetry Writing Competition Mridul of X C, Diksha Rana of X C and Harkeerat of X D were felicitated with the first, second and third prize respectively. Hand writing competition of Class II was also held where Dravin of II A, Ishan of II D and Prajna of II B were endowed with the first, second and third prize. The students of Class V presented a Special assembly on Christmas activities while PTM day had Art Display, Food and Games stall and Teacher’s Talent competition. The students of VIII D showcased a Special assembly on the theme Founder’s Day. A Prize Distribution to felicitate the winners of different events was also held on the same day. Ms. Vijaya Sidhu, Principal, Saint Soldier International School congratulated all the winners and motivated them for their future endeavours.
A three day Akhand Path was also instituted in the school premises with the arrival of the Holy Book Shri Guru Granth Sahib in the school campus. Chairman Mr. Ravinder Pal Singh Hayer, Directors Mr. Jagwinder Pal Singh Hayer and Mr. Amarinder Pal Singh Hayer and Principal Ms. Vijaya Sidhu along with staff and students paid homage to the Holy book and sought blessings. The pious event concluded with Bhog followed by Langar for parents and school fraternity.