To take a walk down the corridors of nostalgia, the school celebrated ‘RETRACE’ the Annual Alumni Meet on 26th December, 2015 in the school premises. The occasion was graced by more than 150 Alumni across various batches.
Events like cricket, tennis, football and basketball were organized for the members of the Alumni Association.
The cultural programme started with a welcome speech by the President of the Alumni Association Mr. V. Seshagiri. He extended his heartfelt thanks to the members of the Managing Committee who graced the occasion for extending unconditional support and co-operation in organizing the event.
Posted on December 26, 2015
‘National Mathematics Day’ now known as ‘GANIT’ was celebrated in the school premises on 22nd December, 2015. ‘GANIT’ stands for GROWING APTITUDE IN NUMERICAL INNOVATIONS AND TRAINING. The day is also celebrated all over the country as Srinivasa Ramanujan’s birth anniversary.
On this occasion, several competitions were organized in the school premises from 16th- 22nd December, 2015. Children not only participated in the activities with great zeal and enthusiasm but also learnt the techniques to apply the knowledge of the subject in a variety of contexts.
Posted on December 22, 2015
A ‘Community Development Programme’ was organized as a part of Social Responsibility by the school on 9th December, 2015. Taking part in such programmes helps students to empathize in order to bring about a positive change in the society and learn to be responsible citizens.
A team of students from classes 8 to 10 were taken to Mandal Parishad Pradhan Unnata Pathshala which is located in Gopulapuram, Shankarpally Mandal to distribute school bags, water bottles, notebooks and dictionaries to the students of the school.
The team from JHPS received a rousing welcome from the Mandal Education Officer Mr. Syed Akbar, the Sarpanch Smt. Konte Yadamma, the Chairman Mr. Cheera Guttaiah, the Head Master Mr. D. Anjaiah, the teachers and the students of the school.
One of the teachers, in his speech compared the qualities of King Alexander with King Ashoka. Though, both wanted to conquer the world, King Ashoka chose to do it with love and kindness after the destructive Kalinga war.An eye opener for our students which also made them empathize with the students of the government school, was an interview, in which the latter spoke about their travails in this remote area of the state. The students of JHPS were also taken aback when they came to know that the farmers in this area were still using the traditional methods of farming with limited water supply.
This programme was initiated by one of the parents Sri. Konda Srikanth, coordinator of ‘Youth for Seva Programme.’
Posted on December 9, 2015