We take pride in announcing that Dr. Mar Theophilus School Dhanori is again in the limelight with 100% results in the ICSE Examination 2019-2020.
48 students who appeared have all secured distinction and the topper is with 99.2%.
“CONGRATULATIONS”, Students for going that extra mile to reach the pinnacle of success.
With reference to the circular no 244/2020 dated 13.03.2020 due to the recent detection of positive cases of COVID 19 – the coronavirus, in India, the School Management with the consent of P.T.A has decided that the school will remain closed until further notice.
Dr. Roshni George
Dr. Mar Theophilus School
Parent’s who have not paid fees using Payment Gateway are requested to make the payment through RTGS or NEFT and submit the print in the office. Put the child’s name and class on the printed paper
Circular For Academic Session 2019-20
I am pleased to inform you that we have almost reached the end of the academic year successfully. My sincere thanks for extending your support for the smooth and successful completion of the session 2018-2019.
The academic session of 2018-19 concludes with the result day for std VIII and IX on 5th March 2019 (Tuesday) and for Nursery to VII on 9th March 2019, (Saturday).
We furnish herewith some information for session 2019-20.
School Reopening: – Attendance on the first day is compulsory. On no account the student will be admitted to school, if he / she remains absent on the first day of the school. It is mandatory for students to be present in complete school uniform right from the first day.
Summer Break: – Students are advised to spend the summer holidays in creative activities like reading, attending summer camps and developing their talents or keeping themselves occupied with various hobbies of interest.
The School Management will be strict with regard to discipline, behavior, etiquettes and manners of the students along with academics.
Satchel: – Only haversack bags 15” size for preprimary and 17” for primary and secondary. Non-fancy standard pencil boxes will be allowed.
Hair do: – Boys should carry themselves in short and smartly cut hair (No fashion haircuts allowed.) Girls should oil and plait their hair in two braids, with a black hair-band and ribbons and those with short hair should wear black hair-bands. Nails should be trimmed regularly and no nail paint will be allowed.
Transport:- The Management strongly recommends the authorized (R.T.O approved) and contractual transport services for the safety and security of your wards and the school management will not be responsible for any kind of mishaps (minor or major) outside the school approved contractual transport. Parents of children using private vans / rickshaws should ensure that the drivers have proper Police Verification / Police Clearance Certificate.
Parents’ Entry Pass: – All parents must carry parent I–Card. No entry will be permitted without the I–Card. Parents/Guardians are requested to show their Escort cards at the School entrance gate when they come to collect their children from the school premises or at the pick and drop bus stops, failing which the child would not be handed over. They are also expected to carry the school Escort Card during every interaction with school / staffs. Parents will not be entertained without the escort pass. No parent is allowed to wait in the Reception/School Premises.
Appointments:- Please note parents who wish to see the Principal need to fix an appointment.
Principal: 11.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon (only if the Supervisor recommends)
Office hours (Monday to Friday): 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. Office will remain closed on Saturday.
Bonafide Certificate:- Application submitted for the above certificate will take three working days for processing after the application is received.
Infirmity:- It is advised to keep back the student at home if he / she is suffering with viral infection, influenza or any other contagious diseases.
Tiffin-All parents are requested to send the lunch box with their wards. There will be two breaks in a day namely; short break for 15 minutes and lunch break (20 minutes). For lunch break please send healthy, nutritious and filling lunch, which may include chapati/puri/paratha(Indian breads) with vegetables and salads. (Avoid junk food in lunch box)
Kindly do not send your ward’s tiffin during school hours, it will not be accepted. Students should carry their tiffin with them in the morning only. In the interest of security and safety we strictly prohibit tiffin boxes to be handed to the security personnel.
General instructions:- It has been observed over the years, that parents fail to keep a regular track of their child’s school calendar, instruction and notices, causing a lot of confusion and inconvenience to the school and students both. Please ensure that you read and follow the school calendar and the instructions therein.
No pupil is exempted from Games and Physical Training without a Medical Certificate. The period of exemption should be specified.
All students are expected to speak strictly in English within the School premises.
School Timing:- The school is operative on alternate Saturdays from Std III onwards (First and Third Saturday) and attendance is compulsory. (Preschool to Std II will remain closed on Saturdays.)
Pre- Primary: – 8.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Std I to Std X: – 7.25 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.
Std III to Std X: – 7.25 a.m to 11.00 a.m. (First and Third Saturday)
Uniform: – Uniform will be available at the following address on the given dates:-
Jain Bandhu, 191, Nagpur Chawl, Airport Road, Yerwada, Pune 411006. Ph no 020 – 26684484.
Uniform: – Girl students of std I to X should wear white knee length socks of good quality regularly and Pre-Primary black stockings in winter only. Please stick to the aesthetics of the uniform and don’t wear leggings. Boys of class I to 4 must wear full pants in winter.
Blazers: – Blazers are compulsory from Std 5th to 10th, they will be available with the same uniform vendor. Promoted students to 5th must go to the vendor to give the measurements on dates mentioned above. School uniform, with blazers, must be worn on Monday and Wednesday. House colours on Mass PT days for Std I to IV – Thursday and V to X – Friday.
Books and Stationary:
Authorized School transport
Shourabh Transport – Contact no- 8407989992
Varghese Transport – Contact no- 9689652477
Looking forward to receive your cooperation.
Mrs. Roshni George
Seminar-Enlighten the World
Dr. C. J. Samuel Sir’s Birthday Celebration
Republic Day Celebration
Notice (caution Deposit Receipt)
Parents who have taken admission for their ward in 2019 may collect the Caution Deposit Receipt on 6th February 2019 between 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Maha Walkathon @ DMTS
Geography Day Celebration
Geography Day was celebrated on 14th January 2019. The programme started with an introductory speech highlighting the importance of the day focusing on the points of do’s and don’ts to conserve our natural resources. A beautiful presentation was given by the students of class IXth on keeping our Earth “Clean and Green”. The programme ended with motivational thoughts by the Principal Mrs. Roshani George
Admission Forms are available for Nursery and LKG on 21st Jan 2019 and 22nd Jan 2019.
Time 8 a.m. To 10 a.m.
Admission Notification For Nursery and LKG For Academic Year 2019-20
Forms available in school office on 11th-Feb-2019 and 12-Feb-2019. Timing:- 8 a.m. To 10 a.m.
Christmas is an annual festival, commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.
The United Nations Assembly @ DMTS
For the first time the Social Studies department of Dr Mar Theophilus School, Dhanori organized the United Nations Assembly.The programme was inaugrated by the school Director Dr. C J Sameul and Principal Mrs. Roshini George.
The programme was intiated by the students of classses IX and X. They represented different countries and the president of the assembly led the whole session.
The topic chosen for the session was ‘Terrorisim – A threat to world peace’.The students presented themselves as the delegates of Russia, China, USA, France, United kingdom, Germany, India, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Japan and other memeber nations.
The management provided all the necessay resourses and the venue selected for the event(The BIshop’s Hall) looked grand with flags of 193 countries.
The session concluded with some motivational thoughts shared by the Director and the Principal of the school.
Celebration of Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti And Swachha Bharat Abhiyan
Celebration of Swachha Bharat Abhiyan on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
Teacher’s Day Celebration
Teacher’s Day was celebrated on 5th September, 2018. A surprise awaited the teachers as they were welcomed by the students of standard X with the card and a rose.
The school Principal Mrs. Roshni George addressed the students and teachers of the importance and a role of teachers in an institution. The teachers were felicitated. A couple of teachers spoke of their experiences in their teaching life.
The school Director Dr. C. J. Samuel gave his message on this important day.