As per the directions of Honorable Punjab and Haryana High Court and further action taken by the DC and DTO-Ludhiana, Auto-rickshaw (three wheelers), vehicles older than 15 years and the defaulter vehicles not complying with Government’s “Safe School Vahan Scheme” have been declared unfit for ferrying the school children. So you are advised to check the private vehicles in which you are sending your child to the school. Such vehicles in any case will not be allowed in school.
Note:- Please click here to check the list of defaulter vehicles.
A survey on social, emotional and physical wellbeing of the students has been done in the school, where we found that children are not only struggling with emotional and health problems but are intolerant, impatient, Money demons, high speed stimulus junkies, challenge law and order, more attached to their gadgets than to their parents or family. Deterioration in values will definitely give birth to anarchically society. I request parents to provide the child with a safe, secure, nurturing, loving, and supportive environment that allows the offspring to have a happy and healthy youth . Define boundaries for kids, keep channels of communication open, limit their media exposure, keep a vigil on child’s activities, indulge child in constructive activities, encourage your child to have healthy eating habits and discourage tuition culture at least till class 8 and underage driving as well.. Let’s join hands to shape the youth, so that they can be productive contributor to self, family, community, and society.
Health Tips for Monsoon season
Everyone loves the rain, but the onset of this season proves to be a health menace as there are so many diseases come along with it. These diseases spread mainly through stagnant water, muddy puddles and inadequate drainage. During this season, the germs and infections spread rapidly and you tend to feel sick.
Some of the common illness includes dengue, cold, flu, malaria, gastroenteritis, cholera and many more. Out of these, few are incurable and can make you feel so sick that it may take a long time to recover from the condition. Prevention is better than cure. Here are some preventive measures one should take care of-
Here are some quick tips to prevent monsoon diseases:
Use Safe Drinking Water: Always boil or filter the water well by a purifier before drinking.
Prevent Stagnation of Water: Keep your surroundings clean and see through it that there is no water accumulation nears your house, potholes etc.
Use Insect Repellents: You should take every measure to stay away from mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches by using insect repellents or nets.
Wash Your Hands: Make sure that you maintain a proper hygiene by washing your hands well before eating anything.
Avoid Spread of infections: Always cover your mouth and nose with a handkerchief while coughing or sneezing to avoid the spread of infections.
Avoid Eating Out: You might be a foodie, but this is the time you should control your taste buds and avoid the street food as it may cause stomach disorders.
You should always remember that “Prevention is better than cure”. However, the basic monsoon disease cure is to ensure that you take full precaution and receive the right measures early enough, before the disease gets deeper into your system. Thus, in order to stay healthy, you need to follow the preventive measures properly.
Guidelines about Safe use of Internet
The internet is a time-efficient tool for everyone that widens the possibilities for self-growth. Children being digital natives use internet on a daily basis, for everything from chatting to shopping, gaming, streaming the latest TV shows and of course surfing educational sites. Unfortunately, this grand tool comes with a darker side. Allowing children to have a free access can put children at risk for cyber bullying, human trafficking, sexual assault and can also make them vulnerable to various emotional problems.
In order to help children safely utilize this extraordinary tool it is critical to teach them internet safety practices. The following tips will help you and your family minimizes your exposure to cyber risks.
- Do not share your name, phone number, e-mail address, password, postal address or picture on networking sites or with strangers.
- Do not give your phone to strangers for any of the reason.
- Do not open emails or attachments from unknown people.
- Do not become online ‘friends’ with unknown people.
- Never arrange personal meeting with whom you have met online.
- Join social networking sites that your child uses, so that you can monitor what they share.
- Avoid illegal downloads.
- Apply child lock to channels and sites you don’t want your child to visit.