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10th May 2002 - Page 1


The much awaited Saturday finally arrived with the finals of the Girls Hockey Tournament scheduled to take place first. This match was played between Blue and Yellow House, both of whom were equally strong. None of these teams were able to score in the finals with the score remaining untouched. In the first half Blue House dominated and were constantly in Yellow's half, but due to some brilliant keeping by Pallavi Raghuvanshi they were not very successful in getting the ball into the goal. In the second half yellow half came back and showed that they were not a weaker team. Eventually this match went into more than one extra time and the result had to finally be decided by a penalty shootout. In this, blue house didn't score a single goal and Vrinda Sharma scored the winning goal. 
The next match was the boys final to be played between Red and Green house. In the league match between these two teams the match had ended in a draw but in the finals Green house showed that they were superior. In the first half they led 2-0 with goals by Rohan Kacker and Dhananjaya Chak. Red bounced back in the second half scoring half scoring one goal but the final score ended up being 3-1. Green House yet again won an Inter house tournament. How long till another house emerges victorious?


Here I am, away from home,
Living a camper's life.
Trees, rivers and mountains my only friends,
The wind like a whetted knife.

Beneath the twinkling stars,
On the ground I lay.
My mind racing a thousand miles,
To my home, far away.

My home is forever filled with joy,
Lit up with a million lights.
It is full of lively sands,
And that is where my heart lies.

Ragini Ahluwalia


The Vasant Valley Today wishes all its readers a joyous summer vacation. 

Book releases was held this morning by all classes (excepting X and XII). They books were compiled by a groups of five children. They were divided into writers, editors, illustrators, publishers and media and marekting people. Each group has 10 copies of their book out for sale.

Tonight is the Vasant Valley Western Music Showcase. The participants have been missing classes all week preparing for this grand event... Lets hope it turns out to be a success!

Students from our school have qualified for the second round of the All India Science Olympiad. They are: Siddharth Jain (Rank 79 - Class XI), Ashok Nayar, Yaman Varma and Arjun Nagpal (all Class X).
Sahil Raza, a student of Class XI in Springdales School, toured Gujarat and took photographs of the riot affected areas. He interacted with class XI and XII, speaking about his experiences and his feelings towards the issue. 

Our school is hosting various workshops during May and June. Amongst these are Art and Crafts, Cartooning, Pottery and Scientific Toy Making. Letters have been sent home giving further details.

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