The School Parliament election was held on 12th June. Master Don Thomas was elected Head Boy and Kumari Anu Babu , the Head Girl.
Everyday the school Assembly meets and each class is in charge of the assembly. Our teachers are delivering "Reflection for the week" on all Wednesdays.
On 12th June 2012, Msgr. Thomas Nagaparambil , the manager, blessed the stone and led the prayers for the footing work of the new building of Alphonsa School. Mr.Thomas Mattam, Engineer, Mattam Constructions and Fr. George Thomas Chelackal, the principal Alphonsa School were present on the occasion.
Parents seminar was conducted on 21st July 2012. Mr. Jaison K. Abraham Dy S P Thamarassery was the main speaker. "Behavioral deviation among the adolescence" was the topic.
Mr.N.V.Balamurali, Asst. Regional General Manager, The Hindu, Calicut, officially inaugurated the Newspaper in Education on 27thJuly.
Alphonsa School celebrated the feast of St.Alphonsa in a solemn manner. Mar Paul Chittilapilly, Bishop Emeritus, Diocese of Thamarassery, presided over the function. In his message he highlighted the need to face challenges and difficulties in one"s life with a positive frame of mind. Mr. Johny T. U. , Nimmie Tomson and Merlin Rajan spoke on the occasion.
Mr. Bijoy Joseph, teacher, Alphonsa School, was elected as the president of DCL Kodenchery zone. Kumari. Merlin Rajan as well as Master Aebel Paul were elected as DCL Mekhala Asst. leader and executive member respectively
Art festival was conducted on 13th and 14th of August 2012.
A students seminar was organised on 21st of August 2012. Mr. Joseph V. T., principal, Ideal International Institute of Education, Kuttippuram was the main speaker.
Alphonsa Charitable Fund.
We celebrated the feast of St.Alphonsa in a different style. Our teachers and students contributed generously to help and support the victims of Pullorampara landslide Msgr. Thomas Nagaparambil received the amount (Rs.50,055/-) from the school for the construction of a home for the family of Late Kumari Joshna of Anackampoyil, who lost her life in the landslide.
Rs.15,000/- was handed over to Mr.Sebastian Valavananickal, president, St.Vincent De Paul Society, Thamarassery to provide 15 days midday meals at Govt.Thaluk Hospital , Thamarassery.
The Alphonsians once again showed their generosity and thoughtfulness by contributing dress materials for the poor and needy. The same was handed over to Rev.Fr.Sunny Sebastian M.S.T., a priest working among the tribals in Mandya diocese, Karnataka.
Life Guidance Programme.
Our students participated in the life guidance programme organized by K.C.Y.M., Diocese of Thamarassery. Fr. Sebastian Kavalakkatt, Director, K.C.Y.M, inagurated the seminar. Fr.Anvesh Palakkel Sr. Rosmy and Mrs.Shanty were the resource persons.
Anti Drug Awareness Programme.
Excise Department under the Government of Kerala arranged a seminar at Alphonsa School on 11th November to bring about awareness among the children against drug abuse. Mr.Devasia V.T., Joint Excise Commissioner, North Zone, Kozhikode, inauguarated the seminar. Mr. Muhammed, Asst.Excise Inspector spoke at length on the harmful effects of drug abuse and the need to abjure it. Fr.George Thomas Chelackal, the Principal, presided over the function. Mr. T. Rajeevan, Excise Inspector, Thamarassery was present on the occasion. A drama, under the aegis of the Excise Department, Government of Kerala, was staged to highlight the consequences of drug addiction. The actors put their heart and soul in their performance to convey the message.
We had a grand Onam Celebrations with floral carpets, interesting games and distribution of payasam.
Teacher's Day was celebrated in a befitting manner. The students under the leadership of Plus Two students felicitated their teachers by offering roses and arranging high-tea. Our christmas celebration was memorable with X-mas tree, carols and the arrival of the Santa Claus.
Visit of C.B.S.E Team
In connection with Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) a C.B.S.E Team visited Alphonsa School on 18th November 2012. Mrs. Chandrika, Education Officer, C.B.S.E was the team head. Our School was one of the centres for CTET - 2012.
Dr.MIMS Health Education Van
MIMS Hospital, Kozhikode, arranged a programme called "Basic Life Support" at Alphonsa School. It was a useful and informative programme for the children to learn more about first aid and other health tips.
We contributed Rs.25000/- for the kidney treatment of Sreedhumon a student of Govt.H.S.S. Korangad, Thamarassery. Mr.Aravindan, President, Grama Panchayat, Thamarassery received the amount from the principal. Mr.K.Chandran, and Mr.Ashraf Korangad, committee members too were present on the occasion.
Kidney Dialysis Centre at Govt.Thaluk Hospital, Thamrassery.
Alphonsa School contributed Rs.30000/- for starting kidney dialysis and rehabilitation Centre for kidney patients at Govt.Thaluk Hospital, Thamarassery.
Dharsanam - Magazine
Official launching of a magazine called Dharsanam under the aegis of Nehru Dharsan, Kozhikode, was arranged at Alphonsa School on 3rd December 2012. Dr.Khadeeja Mumthaz, Prof.Medical College, Kozhikode, Dept. of Gynaecology and noted writer in Malayalam, handed over the first copy of Dharsanam to Kumari.Anamika Thilak of Alphonsa School who penned a poem "Iq<<p-Im-cn"in it. Dr. Maya Sudakar, President, Prophylexis Foundation & Asst.Prof.Medical College, Kozhikode, Mr.Santhosh Vengeri, Unit Chief, Kerala Kaumudi, Newspaper, Kozhikode, Mr.M Jayathilakan, Chief Bureau, Mangalam Newspaper, Kozhikode and Mr.Devasiakutty District President, Nehru Dharsan, Kozhikode were present on the occasion.
Sacerdotal Silver Jubilee Celebration.
Alphonsa School celebrated the Sacerdotal Silver Jubilee of Mar Remigiose Inchananiyil, our patron and Fr.George Thomas Chelackal, principal Alphonsa School on 7th December 2012.
The Celebrations began with the Holy Mass offered by the jubilarians. Mar Remigiose Inchananiyil was the main celebrant Msgr. Thomas Nagaparambil and Fr. George Thomas Chelackal were the co-celebrants. A colourful cultural programme was arranged to felicitate the Jubilarians.