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” Farewell Fiesta ” @ Greenwood, Hasanparthy


The Farewell Party (ADIEU) was held on 8th March 2024 for the Class 10 students of 2023-24 at Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, Hanumakonda. All the students, teachers and guests enthusiastically gathered in the pleasant evening for this memorable and emotional event.  This wonderful event was set off with the presentation of the ‘Importance of the Day’ describing the significance of the occasion which was eloquently presented by anchor G. Sahasra, highlighting the mixed emotions of joy and sadness as the school prepared to bid farewell to the outgoing students of Class 10 of 2023-24.

Next, a captivating ‘Welcome Dance’ was performed by V. Lakshmi Sahasra and her group of Class 9, mesmerizing the audience and initiating the celebration.Later on, M. Kethehwar from class 10 presented a marvelous ‘Classical Dance’. The performance was a spectacle of grace and tradition, with elegant movements to the rhythm of classical tunes.

Cordial welcome to the dignitaries: Honourable Heads of our Institution (Directors) Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy and Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, Guest of Honour Sri. G. Yellapa Naidu, General Manager Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar, Academic Principal Sri. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar , Administrative Principal Sri. T. Pavan Kumar, Finance Officer Sri. SK. Rabbani and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar were warmly welcomed onto the dais and offered bouquets by the students who were designated for it. Head Boy Mr. D. Abhinav Rao and Head Girl Ms. V. Laxmi Thanishka were also invited onto the dais.

Lamp Lighting: The traditional lamp lighting ceremony was gracefully performed by all the esteemed guests present on the dais, symbolizing the enlightenment of knowledge and wisdom.

Principal’s Annual Report: Academic Principal V.V.V Naveen Kumar presented the comprehensive Annual report, highlighting the achievements and milestones of the academic year.

Speeches: Inspirational speeches were delivered by students, teachers, and dignitaries, reflecting on the journey, experiences, and future endeavors of the departing students of class X.

Felicitation to School Cabinet Members: The dedicated members of the school cabinet were felicitated for their exemplary service and leadership. Each student was awarded with a memento.

RSTH & RMTH Prize Distribution: Regional Science Talent Hunt & Regional Maths Talent Hunt winners were acknowledged and rewarded by presenting a Tab, Smart Watch, Medal, certificate and memento for their exceptional Mathematical outstanding Science skills and achievements.

Prize Distribution for the PERIODIC TEST -3 Toppers : The prize distribution for the Periodic Test -3 toppers with a cash prize of Rs.500/- and a Medal of Excellence was a resounding success, encapsulating the joy and pride of academic excellence. Esteemed Guests honoured the students who had excelled.



Prize Distribution of Winter Sports Carnival – Games and Athletics: Athletes and sports enthusiasts were applauded and awarded for their remarkable performances in various sports events held in Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival 2023 – 24. The winners received certificates and medals from the chief Guests.

Aravali House clinched the overall Winter Sports Carnival championship. They won after competing in various sports events and games. Congratulations to Aravalli House for their outstanding performance!

Announcement of Overall Championship of House Activities – 2023-24: The whole campus was abuzz with excitement as the much-anticipated announcement of the Overall Championship of House Activities for 2023-24 was made. The competition spanned various activities, including Prayer Meeting, Notice Board, Swacch, Assembly, Club Activities. The culmination of efforts was seen in the Sports Carnival, where houses Aravali, Himalayas, Nilgiri, and Vindhya vied for the top spot. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and Sri. Challa Dharma reddy, the esteemed heads of our institution, declared Himalayas House as the champions, embodying the true essence of competition and teamwork. Congratulations to all the houses for their spirited participation!



Vote of Thanks: A heartfelt vote of thanks was extended, expressing gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the farewell party, marking the end of a memorable chapter in the lives of the Class 10 students of 2023-2024. The event concluded with words of encouragement for all students to continue striving for greatness in their educational journey.

The farewell party was a poignant and joyous occasion, filled with nostalgia, gratitude, laughter, and fond memories, as the school bid farewell to the class 10 students of 2023-24, wishing them success and prosperity in their future endeavors.


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“Vibrant Celebrations and Reverence: Vasant Panchami at Greenwood Gopalpur”


Vasant Panchami, the festival heralding the arrival of spring, was celebrated with great fervor at Greenwood Gopalpur. The day began with Mrs. Kavitha Chawla, The principal, addressing the student gathering about the importance of the day and blessing them for their future.

Next the students and staff offering fragrant flowers to the idol of Goddess Saraswati, the epitome of knowledge and wisdom. This act of devotion set the tone for a day filled with reverence and celebration.

Throughout the program, various classes recited slokas dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, showcasing their devotion and spiritual connection. The highlight of the event was a captivating dance performance by the talented girls of Class 7, which enthralled the audience and added to the festive atmosphere.

In addition to the cultural performances, students also sought the blessings of their teachers, acknowledging their role in shaping their future. The day was not just a celebration but also a time for reflection and gratitude towards the goddess and the teachers who guide and inspire them.

Celebrating Vasant Panchami is important as it signifies the arrival of spring, a season of new beginnings and fresh starts. It is believed that Goddess Saraswati bestows her devotees with knowledge, wisdom, and creativity on this auspicious day.



Therefore, by celebrating Vasant Panchami, we not only honor the goddess but also seek her blessings for success and enlightenment in all our endeavors


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Creativity is like your daily hero, making life better for everyone.

08/02/2024, THU


Creativity is like your daily hero, making life better for everyone. It’s not just for artists; it helps solve problems and express yourself in unique ways. Try new things, like doodling or cooking, to keep your brain happy and always learning. Let Aadhika Aadhyasari of Class 5 is here to discuss how to make your life for more fun!



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‘Rangoli Competition’ @ Greenwood, Hasanparthy: A Burst of Colors and Creativity!


On 07th January 2024, Greenwood conducted an Inter-House Rangoli Making Competition account of Sankranti Festival 2024. It turned out to be a fantastic experience for our rock star girl students in classes VII to X.

They jumped in with full-on enthusiasm, the kind you usually see during festivals. The whole scene was about boosting creativity, teamwork, and soaking in our culture vibes. We set the stage for everyone to let loose and express themselves using the original and traditional form of art – Rangoli. It was all about bringing out that desi flair and letting the good times roll!

Rangoli making is all about unleashing your artistic side with some stunning colors. It’s like this amazing art form straight out of the Indian scene. It’s a way to let your imagination run wild and free. We create patterns using powdered lime, red ocher, rice flour, colored sand, quartz powder, flower petals, snazzy colored rocks, colored glitters, and more. It’s like an everyday thing in loads of Indian homes, but busting out the Rangoli skills usually goes down during festivals and big celebrations because it takes some serious time.

So, Rangoli isn’t just an art; it’s a tradition, a vibe, and a Desi way to add some color to our festivals. We express gratitude to our ancestors for preserving and passing down this remarkable art form!

144 young girls (24 Teams, Each team of 6 students) went all out, putting in loads of effort and throwing out some mind-blowing ideas. They were so into it! Each student showed off their skills by posting pictures of the awesome Rangoli they made. This competition lit a fire under them, pushing them to shine and show off their creative chops.

The competition saw a brilliant showcase of vibrant and detailed Rangoli designs, each reflecting the distinctive creativity and imagination of the participating students. Themes varied from traditional to contemporary, blending cultural heritage with modern aesthetics.

Moreover, the success of the competition wouldn’t have been possible without the active involvement and guidance of our respected Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir, Greenwood General Manager – Sri A. Prabhu Kumar sir, Academic Principal – Sri V.V.V Naveen Kumar sir, Administrative Principal – Sri T. Pavan Kumar sir, and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar sir. They played instrumental roles in guiding the teachers, coordinating with the staff, and supporting the students throughout the preparation and execution phases, ensuring the competition a resounding success.

A seasoned panel of judges assessed the Rangoli artworks, considering factors like the design selection, color coordination, how neat and clear it was, the creativity and of course the overall presentation.

The students not only showcased their artistic prowess but also gained insights into the deep cultural importance of Rangoli in Indian traditions. It was about ensuring their designs were top-notch and presentable.In the end, it wasn’t just a Rangoli competition; it was a celebration of colors, creativity, and the awesome talent our students have.

Voting was also conducted to decide the Winners of the Rangoli Competition. The Competition results will be announced shortly.

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“Sankranti Celebrations” at Greenwood Mancherial

11/01/2024


Greenwood High School Mancherial celebrated 🎋Makara Sankranthi 🎋🎋with enthusiasm and joy. The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp by dignataries Principal Mr. Chandramohan, admin Mr. Ayub Baig, and ACO Mrs. Fareeda Somani.

Anchors are Suprathik and samanvi from 5 to Lily . Lasya Priya and Unnathi from 6 to Grade.

The festive spirit continued with a delightful welcome dance by Manyatha from the 4th Rose. The entire school actively participated in a bonfire,🔥🔥 where students joyously circled and danced around the flames. Classes from nursery to grade 2 enjoyed Bommala koluvu and bhogipandlu festivities.

In the afternoon, girls showcased their artistic talents in a 🌈Rangoli🌈 competition, with judges Mr. Venkateswarlu and Mrs. Soujanya Latha overseeing the colorful creations. Simultaneously, the boys engaged in an exciting Kite 🪁 festival, with Mr. Mahendar and Mr. Venkatesh serving as judges.



Dignitaries took the stage to share the significance of Sankranthi, adding a cultural and educational touch to the celebration.



A. Sahasra from the 5th Rose delivered a speech . On National Youth Day, followed by a vibrant “Vivekananda Get Up” by Ayaantej and a profound speech about Swami Vivekananda by Araadhya from the 5th Lily.

High school students showcased their talent through captivating dances, contributing to the overall excitement of the program. The Makara Sankranthi celebrations at Greenwood High School Mancherial were a blend of cultural richness, educational insights, and joyful festivities.


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Junior Sports Meet @ Abhyaas The Global School

27/12/2023


The Junior Sports Day organized by Abhyaas the global school was a vibrant celebration of youthful energy and sportsmanship.

Amidst cheers and laughter, our budding athletes showcased remarkable talent in various events.

From the thrilling Hoop races to the adorable lemon and spoon races, every moment was filled with enthusiasm.

The camaraderie among participants and the cheers from the audience created an atmosphere of joy and encouragement.

In the Pre-junior  category, cute little LKG and UKG kids had a gala time playing games. The energetic boys participated in Hoop Running, 50 Meters Running and Pattern Walk while the tomboyish girls participated in Lemon and Spoon Race, Pattern Walk and Musical Chair games.

In the Sub-junior category, students of Grades I and II the sense of competition was observed in many kids.

While the boys competed with one another to win the 60 Meters Running and Hoop Running events, the girls proved to be no less competitive in the Pattern Walk, Lemon and Spoon and Musical chair events.

In the junior category boys and girls of Grades III, IV, and V tried to surpass each other in an attempt to bag the coveted first place.

Be it the 80 Meters Running Race, Hoop Rotation or the Lemon and Spoon race, the girls proved that they were second to none.

The boys showed promise of being great sportsmen as they breezed through the Hurdles Running race and Kho-kho.

As we witnessed these young talents giving their best, it was evident that the spirit of sportsmanship and teamwork was very much alive and well in our junior category.

Congratulations to all participants and their ever supportive teachers for making this Sports Day a memorable and heartwarming event!


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Choosing Your Path: The Significance of Career Choice


As the academic year fast pacing towards an end and it’s the time for many of the students to think about their choice-careers, I would like to tell you all about the need and importance of making the right choices regarding the careers we opt for.
Career choice, the decision to embark on a specific professional journey, is a pivotal milestone that shapes the trajectory of one’s life. It is not merely selecting a job; rather, it is a profound commitment to a path that influences personal growth, financial stability, and overall well-being.

The importance of career choice cannot be overstated. It is a compass that directs individuals towards their passions, strengths, and long-term goals. A well-considered career choice aligns personal interests with professional pursuits, fostering a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction in daily endeavors.



One must approach the decision of career choice with thoughtful consideration. Understanding personal strengths, weaknesses, and interests is fundamental. Reflecting on passions and skills can help illuminate potential career paths. Additionally, gaining insights into various professions through internships, informational interviews, or mentorship can provide invaluable guidance.

While making a career choice, it is essential to evaluate the long-term prospects of the chosen field. Considering market trends, job demand, and potential for growth ensures that the chosen career remains viable and rewarding over time. Striking a balance between passion and practicality is crucial for sustained success and contentment.

Flexibility and adaptability are key attributes in the contemporary professional landscape. It’s advisable to choose a career that allows for growth, skill development, and adaptation to evolving industry trends. Embracing lifelong learning is essential, as it equips individuals to navigate the dynamic nature of the job market.



In conclusion, career choice is a pivotal decision that significantly influences one’s life journey. Students should approach this decision with introspection, exploring their passions and considering the long-term viability of their chosen path. By blending passion with practicality and remaining adaptable, individuals can embark on a fulfilling and successful career journey, laying the foundation for a gratifying and prosperous future.


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The sparkling celebration of Diwali -@Greenwood Hasanparhty


The sparkling celebration of Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights which is an auspicious and widely celebrated festival in India and among Indian communities worldwide,on November 12, 2023, at Greenwood School, Hasanparthy, Hanumakonda, encapsulated cultural richness and joy highlighting the school’s commitment to embracing diversity and fostering a spirit of exclusivity among students and staff.The festival was commemorated with great zeal and enthusiasm, reflecting the cultural richness and significance of this joyous occasion.

Diwali holds immense cultural, religious, and historical significance for Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and some Buddhists. The festival symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil. It is a time when people come together, exchange greetings, and share joy with the lighting of oil lamps (diyas), colorful decorations, feasting, and the burning of fireworks.

1. Return of Lord Rama : One of the most popular stories linked with Diwali is the return of Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, to their kingdom Ayodhya after, 14 years of exile, defeating the demon king Ravana. The people of Ayodhya illuminated their path and the entire city with lamps to welcome their beloved prince and celebrate his return and the victory of good over evil.

2. Goddess Lakshmi’s Worship: Diwali also marks the worship of Goddess Lakshmi,the goddess of wealth and prosperity. It is believed that on the night of Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi visits homes that are well-lit and clean and bestows wealth and prosperity upon those who welcome her with clean, brightly lit homes.

3. Religious Significance : For Jains, it marks Lord Mahavira attaining nirvana, while Sikhs celebrate it as Bandi Chhor Divas, signifying the release of Guru Hargobind Ji and several Hindu kings from imprisonment.

4. The Triumph of Lord Krishna: For some, Diwali celebrates the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon Narakasura, signifying the triumph of good over evil.

The story of Satyabhama and Narakasura is an interesting mythological tale connected with Diwali. According to Hindu mythology, Narakasura was a powerful demon king who ruled the kingdom of Pragjyotishpur. He had gained immense power through a boon but became arrogant and tyrannical, causing chaos and terrorizing both humans and celestial beings.

Narakasura’s power grew to such an extent that he even imprisoned 16,000 women, including Satyabhama, the wife of Lord Krishna. Unable to bear the atrocities committed by Narakasura, Satyabhama sought Lord Krishna’s help and urged him to defeat the demon.

Lord Krishna, accompanied by Satyabhama, went to battle against Narakasura. The battle between Lord Krishna and the demon king raged fiercely. Narakasura was a formidable adversary, and the fight lasted for a prolonged period. Eventually, Lord Krishna emerged victorious, slaying Narakasura and freeing all the captives, including Satyabhama.

The defeat of Narakasura brought an end to his reign of terror, symbolizing the victory of good over evil. It is believed that this event occurred on the day before Diwali. The people rejoiced in the triumph of Lord Krishna and celebrated his victory by lighting lamps, bursting fireworks, and spreading joy and happiness throughout the kingdom.

Hence, the day when Narakasura was defeated by Lord Krishna is commemorated as Naraka Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali, which is observed on the fourteenth day of the dark fortnight in the Hindu month of Ashwin. It precedes the main day of Diwali and signifies the triumph of righteousness and the eradication of evil forces, contributing to the overall celebration of the Festival of Lights.

At Greenwood School, Diwali was commemorated with great fervor. The celebrations began with the adornment of the school premises with vibrant rangolis, decorative lights, and traditional embellishments. Students and teachers were engaged in cultural programs.

Spiritual Elevation – Puja Dedicated to Lakshmi Devi and Saraswathi Maatha : Greenwood School exuberantly celebrated Diwali with elaborate decorations and a sacred Puja ceremony dedicated to Lakshmi Devi and Saraswathi Maatha. The school radiated with vibrant colors and intricate decorations, setting the stage for a spiritually enriching experience. Students and staff came together to perform the Puja, offering prayers, hymns, and reverence to the divine goddesses, symbolizing prosperity, knowledge, and wisdom. This solemn yet festive occasion showcased the school’s commitment to honoring tradition and spirituality.

Creative Engagements – Workshops and Shared Joy : The school organized various creative workshops for students, including making Diwali greeting cards, crafting diyas, and creating thematic artworks. Traditional sweets and snacks were shared among students and staff, fostering a sense of unity and joy.



Moreover, the school emphasized responsible celebration, organizing sessions on minimizing, promoting eco-friendly practices by minimizing the use of fireworks, and advocating for the use of natural materials in decorations.

Enchanting Spectacle – Fireworks : Greenwood School, a display of fireworks added an enchanting spectacle to the festivities. Students and staff gathered in a designated area adorned with colorful lights and decorations to witness the breathtaking display. The burst of vibrant colors and crackling sounds of fireworks illuminated the night sky, filling the atmosphere with joy and excitement.

This lively showcase of fireworks symbolized the triumph of light over darkness, spreading cheer and delight among everyone present, while adhering to safety measures and ensuring a memorable and safe celebration for all.

Throughout the celebrations, our Honourable Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir, Greenwood General Manager – Sri. A. Prabhu kumar sir, Academic Principal – Sri. VVV Naveen Kumar sir, Administrative Principal – Sri. T. Pavan Kumar sir and Vice Principal V. Suresh Kumar sir took active part in guiding the teachers, other staff and students for all arrangements for the celebration and its grand success.

Conclusion : Diwali at Greenwood School, Hasanparthy, Hanumakonda, was not just a festival; it was an occasion where students learnt about the rich cultural heritage of India, fostering unity, joy, and a sense of responsibility towards the environment while celebrating this auspicious festival of lights. Students, staff and the management rejoiced in the spirit of Diwali with great enthusiasm, embracing the cultural, religious, and historical importance of this vibrant festival. It served not only as a festival but also as an educational and cultural experience.

Report by: G Krishna Rao (Teacher of English)


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Constitution Day @Abhyaas The Global School

26/11/2023,


Constitution Day, also known as Samvidhan Divas or National Law Day, is celebrated in India on November 26. This day commemorates the adoption of the Constitution of India by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949. The Constitution came into effect on January 26, 1950.

The Constitution of India provides a framework to govern the country, taking into account its unique social, cultural, and religious diversity. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, the Chairman of the Drafting Committee, is considered the chief architect of the Constitution.

honor and acknowledge the constitution of the Founding Fathers, to highlight and to reiterate the values and principles enshrined in the Constitution.

The Indian Constitution is a document that embodies the aspirations and ideals of a united and just society.

Today, the Social Science department, at Abhyaas the global school, has put a few heads together to commemorate the foundation of our nation’s guiding principles and values.

Let us reflect on the significance of our constitution. This celebration allows us to take a moment to acknowledge the sacrifices made by our forefathers in shaping our constitutional framework. This day serves as a reminder of the importance of upholding the principles of democracy, justice, and equality that are enshrined in our constitution.

The celebration began with Mr. V. Satyanarayan, the  Principal, Mr. G. Rajesh, the Vice Principal along with Mr. Vinod Richards and Mrs. Nirupa Rani of the Social Science department who garlanded the portrait of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.

Pragna of Grade IX read out the Preamble which was followed by all the teachers and students present.

Mr. Vinod Richards enlightened all by speaking on this august occasion.

Girls of Grade V sang a song in praise of our beloved leader Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar without whom this colossal work of compiling the Constitution would be just a dream.

Boys of Grade VI and VII performed a splendid skit on the life of Ambedkar.

Akshay Swaroop, Akshaya Deepika and N.Navya of Grade VIII rendered their  speeches on the occasion.

Renuka of Grade VI IIT and T. Mahidhar of 6-IIT shared their thoughts on the occasion.

Bubbly girls of Grade VIII performed an awesome patriotic dance.

Mr. Vinod Richards elucidated the Fundamental Rights so that the children familiarize themselves about the different rights of the Indian citizen. This was visually presented by the boys of Grade VII and VII in the form of a skit.

Mrs. Nirupa Rani of the Social Science Department spoke on the occasion.

A few students dressed up  representing the great leaders who have spent quality time together in the preparation of the Indian Constitution.

The girls of Grade  IX performed a dance appraising the audience on the duties of the Indian constitution.

A Quiz on Constitution Day was conducted by Mr. Vinod Richards to sharpen the brains of the future citizens of Mother India.

The program was  anchored by Pragna and Hanuvadh of Grade IX.

Mrs. Bala Durga of the Science department gave the vote of thanks.

The grand celebration was concluded by singing the National Anthem.

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Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival Unveiled: A Grand Opening Ceremony of Winter Sports Carnival 2023-24

10/11/2023, FRI

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The crisp November air was filled with anticipation as Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, gathered on 10 November, 2023 for the grand Opening Ceremony of the Winter Sports Carnival 2023-24. Excitement and camaraderie were palpable, setting the stage for a day of spirited competition and celebration.

The event began with a dignified procession, as the audience rose to welcome our esteemed guests. Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the honorable head of our Greenwood Group of Schools, along with Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar, General Manager, Sri. VVV Naveen Kumar, Academic Principal, Sri. T. Pavan Kumar, Administrative Principal, and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar, were escorted to the dais with a meticulously performed Guard of Honour, reflecting discipline and respect.

The opening words were eloquently delivered by R. Alekhya from the 10th Kalam section. Alekhya’s speech resonated with passion and eloquence, emphasizing the significance of the Winter Sports Carnival in fostering teamwork, discipline, and the spirit of healthy competition.

The solemnity of the occasion deepened as Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the respected head of our institution, hoisted the Indian National Flag. The fluttering tricolor served as a poignant reminder of our unity and shared national pride.

With hearts filled with patriotism, the entire assembly joined in unison to sing the National Anthem. The harmonious rendition echoed through the school grounds, reinforcing the spirit of unity.

The official inauguration took place with the hoisting of the Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival Flag. This symbolic act marked the commencement of the much-anticipated sporting extravaganza.

A vibrant parade followed, showcasing the diversity and unity within Greenwood High School. NCC cadets, Students Council members, All the four House Captains of Aravalli, Himalaya, Nilgiri and Vindhya along with their Members and Mentor Teachers, marched proudly, reflecting the rich tapestry of the school community.


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The official poster for the Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival: 2023-2024 was unveiled by Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, capturing the essence of the upcoming events. The visual spectacle showcased the variety of sports and activities, generating excitement among the participants and spectators.

Winter Sports Carnival Pledge and the Torch Relay:

The entire gathering solemnly took the Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival Pledge, administered by Dr. Sri. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, a commitment to fair play, sportsmanship, and unity. The collective promise echoed the ethos that would define the days ahead.

Later, A torch relay took place when Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu lit the torch and passed it to the torch bearers from different houses, symbolizing the passion and determination inherent in sports, commenced, spreading the spirit of sportsmanship throughout the school grounds.

Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar addressed the audience, sharing valuable insights on the importance of sports in education and personal development. Their words inspired and motivated everyone present.

During his speech, Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu expressed that organizing the annual winter sports carnival is a cherished tradition at Greenwood. Medals and certificates will be awarded for first, second, and third places in competitions such as Cricket, Khokho, Basketball, Throw Ball, Tennikoit, Carroms, Volleyball, Badminton, Chess, and Athletics.

Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu also mentioned that these sports event will span 15 days, with students grouped under the names of four prominent mountains: Aravalli, Nilgiri, Vindhya, and Himalaya. Emphasizing the physical strength gained through the sports meet, he noted that robust physical health often correlates with academic excellence. He suggested the students to identify their unique sporting interests and to excel in their chosen disciplines.

Furthermore, he highlighted the importance of sports achievements, particularly for those competing at the state and national levels, as such accolades prove beneficial for higher education.

The Director underscored that engagement in sports contributes to enhanced mental stability, instills the ability to gracefully accept victory and defeat, and fosters friendly relationships and camaraderie among students.

Clapping the Clapper – a Sign of the Beginning of the Sport Event:

The rhythmic clapping of the clapper resonated, officially marking the beginning of the Winter Sports Carnival. The collective energy in the air was electric, heralding the start of the much-anticipated sports events.

Inaugural Sports Matches:

The day culminated in thrilling sports matches, including the senior boys’ volleyball match between Nilgiri and Himalaya, won by the Himalaya team with two points, and the senior girls’ handball match between Aravalli and Himalaya, won by the Aravalli team in two straight sets.


The successful execution of the Opening Ceremony was a testament to the meticulous planning and coordination by the organizers. The event, expertly anchored by CH. Aapthika of 10th Satish Dawan under the mentorship of G. Krishna Rao, Teacher of English, set the stage for an unforgettable Winter Sports Carnival:2023-2024 at Greenwood High School.

The collective enthusiasm and sportsmanship displayed promised an exhilarating season ahead.

Report by: G Krishna Rao (Teacher of English)

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Diwali Celebration at Greenwood High School, Gopalpur : A Joyous Experience

11/11/2023, SAT

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The Diwali celebration at Greenwood High School, Gopalpur, was nothing short of magical, leaving everyone in attendance with cherished memories and a heart full of joy.

The event unfolded with a beautiful ceremony of offering flowers and lighting the Diya, symbolizing the triumph of light over darkness.

The ambiance was set aglow as the entire school community came together for a moment of prayer, seeking blessings for a harmonious and prosperous Diwali.


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The welcome address by Mrs. Kavita Chawla, The Principal resonated with warmth, setting the perfect tone for the festivities that followed.

The highlight of the celebration was undoubtedly the Fancy Dress Competition for the pre-primary students.

The little ones, adorned in adorable costumes, stole the hearts of the audience, creating an atmosphere filled with laughter and admiration.

The dance performances by Grade 1 & 2, as well as Grade 6 & 7, showcased the incredible talent and enthusiasm of the students.

Each choreographed routine was a testament to the dedication and hard work put in by both students and teachers.

The skit that followed brought humor and insightful messages, leaving the audience thoroughly entertained.

The entire experience was not just a celebration of a festival; it was a collective expression of unity, talent, and the spirit of Diwali.

In retrospect, the Diwali celebration at Greenwood High School was more than an event; it was an experience that brought the school community together in a tapestry of colors, laughter, and shared joy.

It is these moments that create lasting bonds and make school life truly memorable.


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Cyber-Crimes – Potential Threats & Challenges

12/11/2023, SUN

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Cyber crime refers to criminal activities that are carried out using the internet and computer technology. These crimes can encompass a wide range of illegal activities, such as:

Cyber bullying: Bullies use digital platforms to harass, intimidate, or humiliate their victims, causing emotional distress. This can occur through text messages, social media, or online forums.

Online Harassment: Girls may face unwelcome advances, explicit messages, or stalking online, leading to feelings of insecurity and fear for their safety.

Sexting: Some individuals coerce girls into sending explicit photos or messages, which can be used for blackmail or harassment later on.

Grooming: Online predators build trust with young girls, often pretending to be someone they’re not, with the intention of exploiting them sexually or emotionally.

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Cat fishing: Perpetrators create fake profiles to deceive young girls, leading to emotionally charged online relationships based on lies and deceit.

Cyber stalking: Stalkers use digital means to track a girl’s online activities, gather personal information, and make her feel constantly watched and threatened.

Phishing: Scammers send deceptive emails or messages to trick girls into revealing sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card details.

Cyber-blackmail: Criminals may threaten to expose embarrassing or sensitive information about the girl unless she complies with their demands, leading to emotional distress and fear.

Hate Speech: Girls might be targeted with offensive and discriminatory language online, causing emotional harm and affecting their self-esteem.

Identity Theft: Cyber criminals can steal a girl’s personal information to impersonate her online, leading to various forms of exploitation and fraudulent activities.

Cyber-crime poses a significant threat to children; girl children in particular, making it crucial for them and their parents to be vigilant and proactive. In the digital age, girls are often targeted online, facing harassment, cyber bullying, and even exploitation.

It is crucial for parents, guardians and teachers to educate girls about these potential threats and teach them how to protect themselves online.

First of all, parents and guardians should play a pivotal role in safeguarding the girl children from cyber-crime. They should educate their children about online safety, teaching them about the dangers they might face and how to recognize and report suspicious activities. Parents should install reliable parental control software to monitor their children’s online activities and set appropriate restrictions. Regular communication with children about their online experiences can help parents stay informed and address any concerns promptly.

Above all, the fact that must be underlined is that there should be a gateway of open communication between girls and parents that can effectively protect the children against these threats.To protect themselves, girls should follow some essential precautions. They should never share personal information like addresses, phone numbers, or school details online. Avoid accepting friend requests or messages from strangers, as these individuals might have malicious intentions. It’s essential to be cautious while posting photos and avoid sharing inappropriate content.


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The Intrinsic Value and Importance of Mother Tongue

05/10/2023, SUN

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The mother tongue, the language spoken at home and inherited from one’s ancestors, holds immeasurable value in shaping an individual’s identity and fostering a profound sense of belonging. It serves as the cultural cornerstone, connecting generations and preserving heritage. Language is not merely a tool for communication; it embodies the unique traditions, customs, and wisdom passed down through centuries.

One of the pivotal roles of the mother tongue is its influence on cognitive development. Studies have shown that children who are proficient in their mother tongue perform better academically and develop stronger critical thinking skills. Language is the gateway to understanding complex concepts, enabling individuals to explore the world with a broader perspective.

Furthermore, the mother tongue nurtures emotional expression. It provides a nuanced vocabulary to convey feelings, thoughts, and experiences accurately. This emotional fluency enhances interpersonal relationships and promotes empathy and understanding among diverse communities.

In the globalized world we live in today, preserving the mother tongue is essential for cultural diversity. It enriches society by offering diverse perspectives, traditions, and knowledge systems. When individuals embrace and honour their mother tongue, they contribute to a tapestry of languages that collectively enhance humanity’s intellectual and cultural wealth.

In conclusion, the mother tongue is not just a means of communication; it is a reservoir of cultural heritage, a facilitator of cognitive growth, and a conduit for emotional expression. Its preservation is paramount, ensuring the richness of human experiences and sustaining the invaluable diversity that defines our world.

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Greenwood Talks_#Greenwood @Gopalpur

Greenwood Talks_#Greenwood Group of Schools @Gopalpur, Hanumakonda.

Dr. Jordan Peterson tells : “It appears possible that writing, which is a formalized form of thinking, helps people derive information from their experiences that help them guide their perceptions, actions, thoughts, and emotions in the present…

Good handwriting is really important. It’s not just about making your words look nice; it has many benefits. Here’s Hamsika of Class 6 to share her views on the topic.

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