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RELIGIOUS SERVICE

   In keeping with the Christian character of the school, only Christian religious services are permitted in the school premises.

DISCIPLINE

   Special attention is given to ensure a high standard of morality in the school. Parents are requested to collaborate in this with the authorities of the school by urging the regular attendance and punctuality of their children. Periodic reports will keep parents informed of the progress of their children. The reports are to be signed by the parents and returned.

Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience, bad conduct within or outside the school premises or sickness liable to be injurious to other students, justifies dismissal.

VACATION

   There are two vacations during the year, viz., in June (Summer) and in December-January (Winter). Short periods of holidays are also given for Easter and Durga Puja. These holidays may not be extended or anticipated.

SCHOOL UNIFORM

   Every student should wear clean uniform daily, without which he/she will not be admitted to the class.

The uniform for Boys will be:

            Black long pant, white shirt

            Black shoes, black socks

            Black sweater with white border

            Black neck tie with white stripes

On Wednesdays: School Tracksuit, School T-shirts, white canvas shoes and white socks

The uniform for Girls will be:

            Black skirts, white shirt

            Black shoes, black socks

            Black sweater with white border

            Black neck tie with white strips, red ribbons

On Wednesdays: School Tracksuit, School T-shirts, white canvas shoes and white socks

 

NOTES TO  PARENTS & GUARDIANS

Parents and guardians are requested to co-operate with the school authorities:

  • By urging the children to be regular and punctual in attendance.

  • By seeing that children are diligent at their home works and lessons.

  • By insisting on the neatness and cleanliness of their uniforms, text books, note books, etc.

  • By occasionally meeting the Headmaster/Principal to discuss the progress of their children.

 

DON BOSCO

    John Bosco, commonly known as Don Bosco was born in 1815 at Becchi, a village near Turin, Italy. At the age of two, his father died. John, who was to become the father of orphans, became an orphan himself at a tender age!

Through heroic sacrifices and by dint of hard work he became a priest in 1841. As a priest, he dedicated himself to the service of boys, especially the poor by offering them food, lodging and education. Through the help of generous persons he opened Technical Schools, Hostels and other institutions. He founded a society of collaborators and extended his work to all of Europe and even to other continents.

      Don Bosco was one of the greatest educators of the last century. He died at the age of 72 on 31st January 1888. He was declared a Saint of the Catholic Church on 21st April, 1934. His work was done! He saw his religious society grow into a big organization with three main branches – the Salesian fathers and brothers who take care of the boys, the Salesian sisters who take care of the girls and the Salesian co-operators who are ordinary people who through their work try to make the world a better place to live in. Millions are now the past pupils of Don Bosco, all over the world. They are proud of their education. Among them can be counted many who occupy places of responsibility in various countries.

 
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Tel: 8837283714/9862250906

Office Number: 9402831894

Office assistant: 8413942825 (For all inquiries) 

Email: dbszubza18@gmail.com

Don Bosco Higher Secondary  School,

Sechü-Zubza

Kohima, Nagaland