Community Service 2021-2022
Awards Recived By The Interact Club Of Lotus Valley International School, Noida
“Winning is not always about being the best, sometimes it’s about holding on the longest.”
When we work hard in life, we can achieve anything and overcome any obstacle. Moreover, we can also lead a better life knowing that we have put in our all and given our best to whatever work we are doing.
The District Interact Thanksgiving Programme was held on 28 June 2022 at Amity University, Noida. The Interact Club of LVISN has worked extremely hard throughout this Rotary year and we are proud of our team to get awarded with multiple Rotary citations. It is, without a doubt, clear that dedication pays off. We are sincerely grateful to Rotary and District 3012 members to recognise our efforts, appreciate and motivate our members to continue working towards making our society a better place to live in.
The LVISN Interact Club was awarded with the following citations:
- BEST INTERACT CLUB: The highest degree of honour one can receives in Rotary.
- SUPER ELITE CLUB: This is a special and highly distinguished award.
- WINNER OF THE BEST INTERACT CLUB FOR QUARTER 2
- BEST SUPPORTING PRINCIPAL: We would like to extend gratitude to our dearest principal ma’am for supporting us in every social initiative.
- OUTSTANDING TEACHER INCHARGE: Our respected teacher In-charge, Ms. Anjli Bawa, has never failed to help the interact members to come up with bold and creative ideas for the betterment of society.
- BEST ZONAL INTERACT REPRESENTATIVE: ZIR Itr. Tanvi Kamra was awarded with the Best ZIR award, and we are so proud of her. She has always been the most helpful and kind peer interactor.
- ZIR Trophy: This trophy was awarded to all ZIRs including Itr. Pavani Tyagi and Itr. Tanvi Kamra for their efforts through the rotary year 2021-22.
Adding to this, our club also received certificates for numerous events and honours bestowed on the LVISN Interact Club. Without the participation and efforts of all our members and rising Interactors, this wouldn’t have been possible. They form the heart of our club. Thank you for making this club and becoming a family to one another. Looking forward to greater success and achievements for this club.
Community Service 2017
- World Religion Day Assembly - To create awareness among students about various religions and living with everyone in peace & harmony.
- January 20th - 22nd 2017
- RYLA Camp (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards)
- The camp was a great fusion of scholastic as well as co-scholastic activities; motivational speeches by eminent personalities, cultural performances and sports. Students were inspired to actively participate in community service. Listed below are the students’ achievements:
- LVIS bagged the first prize in JAZBAA talent show for dance on the national song, Vande Mataram.
- Vandaash Kaushik class X was recognized as the best student delegate.
- Charu Tyagi class X was awarded the first prize for ‘Matchless Female Star Icon’ at the Fashion Show.
- Sumana Basu class X was honored for her exemplary performance of Odissi Dance.
- January 2017 (3rd week)
- Republic Day Assembly - To create a sense of patriotism among the students and tell them about the relevance of this day.
- Blood Donation Camp by Rotary - Several parents and teachers donated blood and were told about Thalassemia. A ‘nukkad natak’ was also presented to raise awareness.
- World Peace & Understanding Day - To create a sense of harmony and peaceful approach towards living in this world with people from different backgrounds.
- Donations to Senior Citizens Welfare Association - Making students realize the joy of giving and making others happy by donating food items to a senior citizens office.
- Fashion show by NGO Tamana
Diya Popli and Akshita Varshney from Lotus Valley International School, Noida, participated in a fashion show organized by Tamana, an NGO working with differently-abled children, in association with the Fashion Design council of India. To quote the students “it was an exciting and a moving experience for us”.
- Airtel Delhi Half Marathon
Three students of classes XI & XII, Pragun Sharma, Sagar Sharma and Akshay Sharma of Lotus Valley International School, Noida, participated in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon on 20th November, 2016, under the Youth Cares category, as part of the marathon contingent supporting Tamana NGO.
- 8th EU-India Environment Forum
Students attended the 8th EU-India Environment Forum that was organized by European Union Delegation in India and Indian Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) together with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Confederation of the Indian Industry (CII). The forum held discussions on assessment of India’s current and future use of resources and how to develop a resource efficiency strategy for India in four sectors – mobility, buildings and construction, renewable energy, and plastic and e-waste management.
Lotus Valley has been awarded with the following awards by the the Rotary District Governor:
- Governor's Gold Award, 2016
- Governor’s Platinum Award, 2017
- Governor's Special recognition to Interact Club Teacher-In-Charge Award, 2017
Community Service 2016
The Interact Club of Lotus Valley carried out the following community service activities during the session 2016-2017:
- April 22nd 2016
- Earth day assembly, Poster, Collage and Bookmark making, and awareness programme on "Youth, the future of our energy resources".
- Formation of Green Team to sensitize students about the environment
- Labour Day Assembly for Students and Housekeeping staff.
- Waste Paper and Spectacles collection drive.
- Each One, Reach One and Teach One Programme - adult literacy programme. An initiative to motivate, teach and help illiterate adults to become literate and independent. Interact club students took the initiative to educate the housekeeping staff.
- ‘Green-o-bin’ items collection – ‘Green-o-bin’ organisation which recycles waste papers collected 550 kgs of newspapers from our school. In exchange, they gave eco-friendly items like pen-stands, book marks, frames etc. to our school.
- Inviting students less privileged – Students from Arya Darshan Public School were invited to visit the exhibition ‘Aakriti’ creating a synergy between the two schools. Later, some of the Science and Maths models prepared by our students were donated to the school.
- Carpooling Survey – Over 300 parents were requested by the members of On the PTM day, members of the Interact Club got over 300 parents to fill a short MCQ survey on Carpooling, thus creating awareness.
- Bakery Sale: students made and sold delicious homemade items and raised money for charity.
- August 2016 (Entire month)
- Celebration of ‘White Cane Day’ – Around 1500 flags sent to us by IBA were sold to raise funds for the blind and the proceeds were donated to the Blind Association.
- DILA Visit (District Interact Leadership Assembly): 30 students visited the DILA function to discuss the role and duties of the members of Interact Club and to plan the events of Rotary Club.
- Visit to SPCA shelter (Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals): 8 students accompanied by a parent, visited the SPCA shelter to learn about animal behaviour, animal welfare and efforts of SPCA and to provide support to them.
- Participated in an Essay Writing Competition as part of the Polio Campaign at Hindu College.
- Celebrated polio-free India by supporting Rotary in its efforts towards eradication of Polio from our country.
- October 2016 (Entire month)
- Food-a-Thon - Collecting non perishable food items donated by students of the school to give to Cheshire Home.
- Shramdaan board - Setting up a bulletin board in the school to update other students about the latest events & happenings of Interact Club.
- Say No to Pollution Campaign.
- Celebrating World Energy Conservation Day - Poster and Display Board making Competition
- Students set up a board on climate change & green energy, made posters on conserving energy and learnt about saving it for the betterment of the environment and their future.
- Charity Sale of delicious homemade bakery items, mocktails, bookmarks made by students.
- Assisted residents of Cheshire Home to raise funds for the establishment through a handicrafts sale.
- November 24th - 25th 2016
- Constitution Day - Celebrating the making of our constitution by conducting an essay writing and poster making contest.
- Danish Water Olympiad, students were able to test their Environmental Quotient and enhance their appreciation & knowledge about the environment.
- Interact Video Contest - Making a video on ‘Making a Difference – If Interactors Ruled the World’ with a hope to change the world.
- Visit to Cheshire Home to donate of food items & other necessities collected by the students