Students of Mona School exhibited their talents and creativity at the Grand Exhibition 2017 in the following arena.
a) Science & Technology b) Geography & Space Science c) Arts & Crafts d) Dance-Drama show on Social awareness e) Robotic f) Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Programme.
Multiple Group Act!The students of middle section of Mona school put together different acts portraying trending themes as Service to Humanity, love towards all the creations of God, Importance of Grandparents, Save Our environment, The Beauty of adoption of orphans, Role of Junior youths in bringing about a positive change in the society.it was indeed a spectacular show put forth by the talented students of the middle section of Mona school.
The Annual Sports Day was celebrated with full gaiety and enthusiasm at Mona School on 17th December.
A Dance show was organized for the students of the primary section of Mona School.Children enthralled the audience with their well-choreographed dance sequences and provided thorough entertainment with their graceful and energetic moves.
Mona School organised a Role Play Competition for the students of Primary section. The tiny-tots participated with full enthusiasm and enthralled the audience with their performances. The objective behind the competition was to make the students aware of speaking and acting skills and to provide them a platform that will boost up their confidence.
The Tiny Tots of Pre Primary section of Mona School enjoyed the Role Play Competition held on 30th September 2016. The students participated whole heartedly and gave Brilliant performance on the stage.
The competition proved fruitful in boosting the confidence and speaking skills of the students.
The most awaiting event 'Fancy dress Show' . The grand and gorgeous fancy dress event was held in our school on 23rd september 2016 for the pre primary section.The atmosphere was filled with excitement and joy. Thanks to parents for great collaboration!
The 31st Foundation day of Mona School was celebrated on the 10th of September,2016. It was a joyous occassion that marked 31 years since the founding of the school.It was a day to be etched in the memories of the students. The celebration included refreshments and a programme dedicated to dear Mona Mahmoodnejad and her life.
The most awaited event of the year ‘BRAINSTORMING’ took place on 10th August 2016 and was an event of excitement and learning through sharing of ideas and information.
The students of class 4th of Mona School had a field visit to the Post office. They were welcomed warmly by the staff at the Post- office. They were taken around to see how letters are collected, segregated, stamped and then stored in pigeon holes for the postmen to collect. It was altogether a great learning experience.
The students posted letters to their parents and their relatives It was delightful to see the excitement on the children’s faces as they were posted their envelopes in the post box.
Extempore is the art of public speaking that is carried out without preparation or forethought. It puts to test one’s ability to think on the spot and also their spontaneity. To imbibe a true spirit of learning,a sense of confidence and to enhance the communication skills in the students, an Inter House Extempore Competition, was held at Mona School on 30th July 2016
Say: Nature in its essence is the embodiment of My Name, the Maker, the Creatorâ€ªVAN MAHOTSAV at Mona School, Satara.
Mona School celebrated International Yoga Day.
Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition . It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being.
Congratulation to Riya Lahoti for achieving the highest percentage in SSC Board Exam and becoming 1st Rank in Satara City.
The Staff and the Principal of Mona School, congratulate all the students of Tenth standard for their Marvellous achivement and achieving 100 percent results in SSC Board Exam for the 18th Consecutive year.
Successful Mona Cricket camp April 2016
Junior youths of Mona school touched the hearts of senior citizens of Matoshree Vruddhashram (Home for Aged People) Students spent moments of joy and happiness with the senior citizens by arranging games and programmes followed by snacks for them.
International women's day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal by Mona school.
"The world of humanity is possessed of two wings: The male and the female. So long as these two wings are not equivalent in strength, the bird will not fly. Until womankind reaches the same degree as man, until she enjoys the same arena of activity, extraordinary attainment for humanity will not be realized; humanity cannot wing its way to heights of real attainment. When the two wings become equivalent in strength, enjoying the same prerogatives, the flight of man will be exceedingly lofty and extraordinary."
"Every Ending has a new begining!"
All your sweet memories will last forever.
we wish you all the best in all your future endevours.
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A Dance show was organized by Mona School on 17th December 2015 for the students of class V to VII.
The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances.
The school congratulates all the participants for their hard work and dedication towards making the show a Grand success.
The winners were:
1st Aditya Shah and Group
2nd Yugam Doshi and Group
3rd Pratham Kaware and Group
A Dance Show was held on 12th December 2015. Over 90 students participated in the most awaited event of the year.
The spectators bore witness to the enthusiasm and energy of the young participants as they enthralled everyone with their performances.
1st. Isha Shah & group
2nd. Neel Pilke & group
3rd. Heeral Shalgar & group
3rd. Omraj Lakhapati & group
The tiny tots of Pre primary section participated in the Role Play competition which was held on 11 Dec 2015, with full zeal and enthusiasm. The performance of the participants was appreciated by the Audience and the Judges.
Winners of Role Play 2015
1st Shlok Chavan
2nd Anvi Devi
2nd Rajveer Jagdale
3rd Samrat Jadhav
3rd Annika Pawar
1st Dhairyasheel Deshmukh
2nd Sachee Mundhekar
3rd Dhruvtej Nalawade
1st Sunidhi Sabale
2nd Ananya Gurav
3rd Swara Patil
3rd Reva Deshmukh
Open Day at Mona School
Mono Act competition for the primary section of Mona school was held on 4th December 2015. It was a day of rejoice as all the participants enraptured everyone on the different themes chosen along with their beautiful, exciting and interesting custumes. The different characters that they portrayed were quite emotional and entertaining which impressed everyone. Overall the programme was commendable.
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1st Heeral Shalgar Std IV (Green House)
2nd Siya Pawar Std IV (Blue House)
3rd Manasvi More Std I (BLue House)
3rd Isha Shah Std II (Blue House)
Diwali vacation homework is available on school website, student's corner through login by their password
Mona School pays Tribute to Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam on his 84th Birth Anniversary by arranging a variety of praogrammes in the school.
The Inter house Declamation Competition for the Junior Group (Std V-VII) was held on 26th September 2015. The students spoke on an array of topic. Their efforts were indeed commendable and made it very difficult for the judges to select the winners. All the participants were well prepared and their knowledge about their topics left everyone in awe.
The winners were-
1st Position- Sanika Athavale (White House)
2nd Position- Niharika Dixit (Blue House)
3rd Position- Aditya Shah(Red House)
The students of Std V, VI and VII had arranged a funfair with variety of games and prizes for the students of the school. It was the event celebrated with gusto and grace. There was lot of excitement among the students. Different games with colorful ribbons, balloons etc gave the area the look of a fairyland. The day was enjoyable and memorable for all.
The students of Std 9th were taken on an educational visit to a Stone crusher on 19th September 2015, they were shown the process of crushing stones and its uses for different purposes.
The visit was very informative and educational and students learnt a lot.
The Interhouse story telling competition for the primary section was held on 18th September 2015, all the participants narrated their stories confidently, with proper action, expressions and fluency of language. They were appreciative and acknowledged by all.
It was a successful event with many new faces coming out with their hidden talents.
1st Hiral Shalgar Std IV
2nd Rajvardhan Dagade Std I
3rd Shravani Jadhav Std II
Today our Environment is in an alarming condition. Though we are witnessing rapid advances in the fields of science and technology, unfortunately, this has caused escalating degradation of the environment. As the youths and responsible citizens, our aim should be sustainable development and we should achieve it by conserving,preserving and protecting our environment. Today, dated 16th september, Mona school was highly privileged and honoured to have the presence of Mr.Arun Pawar, an advisor of Plast India Foundation, Mrs.Kalpana Andhere representative of Plast India Foundation, for a day seminar in Mona School. They explained and educated the students through sideshows and discussions about the proper usage of Plastic and how to manage and control the problems arising due to itand achieve the objectives of sustainable development. Mona school is always in the forefront to initiate such activities that works for the betterment of the society. Students promised to follow the maximum Reduce, Reuse and Recycle and to make Satara a 'Clean and Green City' The programme was a grand success.
The Tiny tots of the Pre Primary section of Mona School participated in Rhyme Competition held on 11th September 2015. It was indeed a contest which unfurled the smartness and agility of the tiny tots who effervesced with pride, reciting sweetly, rippling and swaying in accordance with the musical tune of the rhymes.
The Winners Were-
1st Position- Anish Athavale (U.Kg)
2nd Position- Rajveer Jagdale (Nursery)
Ananya Gurav (U.Kg)
3rd Position- Sai Shaha (L.Kg)
Mugdha Wagh (L.Kg)
Trisha Pawar (Nursery)
Musical concert on the occasion of Mona Foundation Day!!
A day filled with gratitude "Teachers' Day"
Mona school celebrated 68th Independence Day with full of joy and enthusiasm.
Mona School aims at a Greener India by planting 1000 saplings on auspicious 68th Independence Day.
It was a matter of pride and honour to have a Distinguished guest, highly influential personality, An Additional Director General of Police and I.G Prisons, Maharashtra State and also popularly known as an Iron lady, Mrs Meera Borwankar to give a visit to Mona School and be amist the students.
This upright and down to earth officer, in her short visit had an interaction with the students. She is of the belief that ' Women need to leave behind the baggage of the past and move on'.
'If you have a clean heart, enjoy your work with passion and if you are transparently honest in your work, your smile automatically becomes eye catching.'
She shared with the students Five Thoughts provoking words important to reach to the pinnacle of glory.
a. Remain focused
b. Be disciplined
d. Never give up and there is no shortcut for hardwork
Her speech was a source of inspiration and encouragement to the students. Her presence will ever remain etched in the memory of Mona School.
She also mentioned that her association started with Mona school when she admitted her children to the school and the atmosphere of school was such that it is always remembered by her children as a happy and joyful environment and a place where quality education is imparted and they have life long memories to cherish.
In addition to Av rooms, Mona school started Digital classrooms. Digital classrooms : A boon for students
YOGA AN ANCIENT INDIAN HERITAGE International Yoga Day was observed in Mona school with full enthusiasm and eagerness.
Mona school students paying tribute to Mona Mahmudnizhad and the Nine other Bahá’í women. Thirty-two years ago today, Mona Mahmudnizhad, was executed along with nine other Bahá’í women. They sacrificed their life for the truth and welfare of humanity. They faced Hatred with Love, Hardship with Perseverance and Death with Astonishing Courage. "I wish I had not only one but a thousand lives to give in the path of God" , were the words said by Mona Mahmudnizhad.
The Staff and the Principal of Mona School, congratulate all the students of Tenth standard for their Marvellous achivement and achieving 100 percent results in SSC Board Exam for the 17th Consecutive year.STUDENTS SCORED MORE THAN 90% IN S.S.C BOARD EXAM. MARCH 2015Name of student Percentage1. Ameya Machave 96.802. Yashraj Molawade 96.603.Sandisha Sudrik 95.204. Pooja Kadam 95.005. Aksha Khairmode 94.806. Snehal Gajre 94.807.Aasawari Supekar 94.608. Vineet Gadhave 94.209. Ashish Mohite 93.8010. Srushti Salunkhe 92.8011. Vaishnavi Pilake 92.8012. Shefali Zad 92.4013. Samruddhi Jadhav 92.2014. Mohammad Kumail Mulla 91.8015. Siddhant Mahadik 91.8016. Shital Nalawade 91.6017. Siddhart Chillale 91.4018. Shivani Pore 91.2019. Harshada Ghadge 90.8020. Aditya Bandgar 90.6021. Neha Shalgar 90.60STUDENTS SCORING HIGHEST MARKS IN DIFFERENT SUBJECTSSubject Highest marks secured Name of Student by the students English 95 Pooja KadamMarathi 92 Pooja Kadam Samruddhi Jadhav Hindi 92 Yashraj Molawade Shital Nalawade Pooja KadamMaths 100 Rutuja Bhosale Siddhart Chillale Snehal Gajre Pooja Kadam Aksha Khairmode Ameya Machave Siddhant Mahadik Yashraj Molawade Vaishnavi Pilake Neha Shalgar Sandisha Sudrik Science 100 Ameya Machave Social Studies 99 Ameya Machave Yashraj Molawade Aasawari Supekar.
Mona School organized a visit to 'Matoshree Vruddhashram',The home for aged.
Though the visit was for A short time it left a great lasting impression on everyone's heart. The inmates were very friendly and welcomed the students with a heart full of love .
To break the monotony of their lives the students presented few entertainment programme for them. The students interacted with them and spent quality time with them. The senior citizens were very happy to have the group there and they said they will look forward for our next visit.
The visit not only brought smile on the innocent faces of the senior citizens but it made the students also realise the value of their grandparents and the tenderness with which they need to take care of them.
Their love towards their family speacially grandparents has grown stronger through this visit.
The Annual Prize Distribution of Mona School was celebrated gloriously. The Chief Guests and principal gave away the prizes to the winners and encouraged the students to work hard and emerge as a winner. " To be successful you dont need to do extraordinary things, you just need to do ordinary thing extraordinarily well."- Jim Rohn.
The Year 2015 may be called as a year of Science. Today rapid development is taking place in the field of science and technology which was exhibited and shown by the students of Mona School.
Mona School organised a Science and Arts Exhibition recently on 6th February 2015. The budding scientists of our school presented many creative ideas as exhibits.The exhibits were creative, innovative and attractive.
The main attraction was the inauguration by the Robots which never before took place in the History of any school. These robots were designed by the students which shows students immense creativity and innovation. This event was highly applauded and appreciated by the visitors.
We had many dignitaries and visitors who were full of praise for the students and the teachers for the tremendous amount of efforts they had put in.
Role play Competition was held for the pre-primary Section of the School on 14th December.It was the most awaited event as it is always a pleasure to watch the toddlers dressed up as different characters and stuttering away their speech.Maximum students had participated and they came forward displaying their vibrant costumes.The competition brought an amiable ambience and it was indeed a mesmerizing event.
School organized a Grand Fun Fair on 13th December run by 7th,8th and 9th Std Students which included array of exciting stalls.The main idea behind organizing the fun fair was to imbibe in the students unity, co-operation and a sense of responsibility and most important to make them feel special and to allow them to enjoy the day to the fullest.The school campus was turned into a fair ground with variety of game stalls arranged by 9th standard and food stalls by 8th and 7th STD students offering a variety of snacks dominating the center of the field.With all students enjoying the various stalls and the ambience, the fun fair was a huge success.The proceeds of the sale shall go for charity.
The interhouse Quiz competition was held on 3rd December 2014 in the school hall which was exuberating, motivating and enlighteningThe competition was aimed at developing the knowledge and excellence base among the students through healthy and highly motivating meet. The students crammed themselves up with a lot of General knowledge for the quiz. In all there were 20 participants, 5 participants from each house with 6 rounds.Mr.Pushkar prepared and bombarded the students with a number of intuited and interesting questions testing each aspect of educational knowledge like Literature, Science, G.K, current affairs, sports etc. The Audio visual round was indeed exciting and greatly appreciated by the audience. The Rapid fire round left everyone amazed as the participants answered questions in quick succession. The quiz competition turned out to be a successful event. It was truly and enriching experience for the students.
Talent is a special natural ability or aptitude that every individual possesses. Young children have an ocean of hidden talents among them. To give the students a chance to showcase their talents, a story telling competition was organized for Pre Primary section of Mona School .The students were well prepared and narrated different stories having different props and with voice modulation and proper pronunciation , full self confidence and enthusiasm. It was a wonderful experience where all these tiny tots left everyone mesmerized.
Group Presentation was held on 21st November. There were total 6 groups. All the groups had prepared a presentation very effectively on the different topics which were an eye opener and thought provoking. They were all full of information and added to the students knowledge and understanding. The efforts of the participants was applaudable as well as commendable overall the programme was a success.
The Annual Sport Events in Mona School was flagged off with a running race for the students of the primary section of the school and that has set the pace for all the sport events to be held from 20th November to 17th December 2014. The students of various houses are eagerly participating in all the events and setting their goals to gain maximum points for their houses.
Mona School Launched ‘Cleanliness Campaignon 18th November which was a roaring success in many ways. The main purpose was to promote the importance of cleanliness. It was a great day for the students. Posters and banners prepared by the students aroused the interest and brought awareness to all the passerby enlightening them on keeping the environment clean. Students cleaned the vicinity area of the school. The main attraction was the enthusiasm of the students and their dedication to their cause. The work of the students and the school in this campaign was acknowledged by all. The students received commendation certificate for their excellent work in Social service.The concept of cleanliness has become a part and habit with the students of Mona School. Infact cleanliness is the culture of the students of Mona School.
Mono Act competition for the primary section of Mona school was held on 15th November. It was a day of rejoice as all the participants enraptured everyone on the different themes chosen along with their beautiful, exciting and interesting customes. The different characters that they portrayed were quite emotional and entertaining which impressed everyone. Overall the programme was commendable.
A day marking childhood. Childrens’ day 14November the birthday of our beloved Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was celebrated with great pomp and show in Mona School.The day was commemorated with immense joy, enthusiasm and magnificence. The atmosphere was full of celebration with Movie club and Childrens’ day programme highlighting the importance of this day. The main attraction was children coming to school in a colourful dress. Towards the end they were served with a light refreshments.It was a day of fun and frolic. The excitement and enjoyment of the students made the whole school glorify. It had indeed been an exciting day.
Students of Std. IX and X organised a charity funfair "Snack Fiesta". Students of Standard VII and VIII participated in the Snack Fiesta. There was an overwhelming response. The amount from the Fiesta will go for Social Welfare conducted by the School.
Mona foundation day was celebrated on 10th September to commemorate the birth anniversary of a Bahai martyr, Mona Mahmudnejad, who sacrificed her life for the truth and welfare of the humanity. The event began with a sweet note of prayer and was illuminated throughout by the thumping programme, refreshing the sweet memories and noble ideals of Mona, presented by the students. The poems, dances, speeches and presentations left everyone with a mindful thought to reflect on the speciality of this day.
Poster Making Competition was held on 6th September 2014. Students exhibited their unique talents and Skill.
Independence Day was celebrated in the School with great Enthusiasm and Pride.