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Monthly Newsletter Feb 2020

2020.03.12

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[Recent reports in Khotang]
<Tianyi Zong (Ten) in conversation with YouMe Students >

Recently, we have started online lectures in YouMe School starting with our first guest Tianyi Zong, a cloud recruiter by profession in Google.
Tianyi, shared her experiences and dreams that led to a segment of Q&A session where our curious students got to know her journey from school to one of the leading companies in the world. Our students made the most of video time and thoroughly enjoyed chatting with Tianyi.

We are extremely happy to use this platform to let inspiring people share their story and knowledge to motivate students who may have similar aspirations and dreams, and encourage them to achieve their goals.

<Saraswati Puja Celebration Time – At YouMe School, Khotang>

YouMe School, Khotang celebrated Saraswati Puja, the goddess of wisdom and learning with full energy and excitement. Students shouldered all responsibilities of preparation for puja with teachers.
All the teachers and students gathered at school premises to celebrate the day filled with celebration and fun.
The celebration came to close with distribution of Prasad, and light snacks.

<Sports Week 2076 in YouMe School, Khotang>

This year we held a sports week at school with the belief of encouragement in participation of students in games activity. We had a variety of indoor and outdoor games like football (Boys and Girls), Volleyball, Badminton, Chess, Long Jump, High Jump, Ludo, Sack Race etc lined up in which students participated with exuberance and enthusiasm.
It was a pleasure to watch the interaction between students and some of their great sporting skills on the show.
The week concluded with some prizes and certificates distribution for winners acknowledging their achievements and hard work as we believe the value of sports in school is significant and profound in student’s life. 

<Welcome Back!!>

We always welcome people from various walks to visit school and share their talent and experience with our students. After a year of volunteering in YouMe School, our well wisher, Kohei Akita has come to visit YouMe School again.
The reunion seemed nostalgic and joyful as it brought back many memories, they had together when he was in Khotang with them. We hope  to see him again soon.


[Recent reports in Morang]
<Saraswati Puja Celebration>

YouMe School, Morang celebrated Saraswati Puja, an auspicious festival to commemorate the goddess of wisdom, learning and music, with much enthusiasm and fervour.
The entire school had a festive look and decoration done by the students. We believe this kind of celebration helps students stay in touch with the custom of our country; learn qualities of teamwork and cooperation among students.

After worshipping Goddess Saraswati on the day, the very next morning there is a tradition of immersing the statue of Goddess Saraswati into a river which marks the end of Saraswati Puja for a year.

<Master and Ms. YouMe Competition>
We also had a competition ‘Master and Ms. YouMe’ organized by a school where students fervently participated and the excited audience was ready to see some stellar talents showcasing their best skills to impress and win the competition.

The participants were from Grade IV to Grade V. As the show moved on, the fellow students cheered and rooted for their friends up on stage. The competition was divided into categories of ramp walk, talent show, and question, answer round.

For this we had a panel of judges for the decision making.  Finally, the winners were announced Master YouMe Hridesh Rai from Grade VIII and Miss YouMe Chandani Rai from Grade VIII, other subtitles winners were also felicitated and after that the show came to end. What an electrifying event it was. Huge congratulations to them.


[Recent report of online school]
Regular Classes Ongoing>

As SEE is approaching, our teachers and students are on full preparations for the examination.
Revision classes and pre- tests are held on a regular basis for students to practice and learn more.
The teachers have full focus on students and their studies for them to achieve the best results.


[School Bags Donation Project]
Approximately 1,000 school bags are now available, leaving about 20,000.
This time, a schoolbag ceremony was held in the mountain town of Taplejung on the east side of Nepal near the border with India.

About 500 second- to fifth-grade children attending Amarapuru and Sri Janata schools were given school bags.
Lastly, it will be presented next week to about 500 children attending four schools in Limchungbung, Udayapur District, where there are online schools.

Thank you for reading.
See you next time.