Candy for a smile


Članovi Učeničkog parlamenta naše škole su, petog dana Dečije nedelje, zajedno sa direktoricom škole Stanislavom Stantić Prćić i nastavnicom Danijelom Radnić, sada već tradicionalno, posetili svoje male drugare u vrtiću „Petar Pan“ u Donjem Tavankutu.
Parlamentarci su mališanima i njihovim vaspitačima izmamili osmehe na licima, jer su ih darivali slatkišima, jabukama i računarom. U toku čitave Dečije nedelje, svi učenici viših razreda, nesebično su donosili i sakupljali slatkiše, da bi sve je proteklo u duhu ovogodišnjeg slogana: „Podeljena sreća dva puta veća“. Svi zaposleni u vrtiću bili su posebno zahvalni na računaru koji će im olakšati realizaciju aktivnosti sa mališanima i istakli su značaj kvalitetne saradnje sa našom školom.
U duhu dobročinstva, već se radujemo narednoj Dečijoj nedelji i nesebično delimo sreću i osmehe sa našim malim drugarima iz vrtića „Petar Pan“.

Maslačak iz naše škole za bake i deke u Gerontološkom centru u Subotici

Učenici naše škole, uz podršku i pomoć nastavnice Ivane Vuković, razveselili su korisnike Gerontološkog centra u Subotici izradivši za njih razglednice sa motivom maslačka.
Na razglednice smo napisali najlepše želje i poruke, kojima smo želeli pokazati našim najstarijim sugrađanima da nisu zaboravljeni.
Osim razglednica, snimili smo i video u kome smo predstavili našu školu, kao i Dečiju nedelju, koja nas je i podstakla na ovu aktivnost, kojom smo hteli poručiti da i najmlađima ne nedostaje brižnosti.
Ugledajmo se na njih!

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Straw-work artists at Winnieland Kindergarten


Our students attending the Straw-work Art extracurricular activity and teacher Ivana Vuković visited Winnieland Kindergarten in Subotica and held a Straw-work Art workshop. As a part of the project implemented in this kindergarten on the topic of interculturalism, we have brought our customs and cultural heritage and passed them on to the younger generations.
The little ones observed enthusiastically the process of creating straw-work art paintings and objects, and later tried on their own to make straw-work art greeting cards.

Translation: Miroslav Rauš

International School of Technical Skills

Od 12. do 15. prosinca naši su učenici sudjelovali na I. Međunarodnoj školi tehničkih vještina u Zagrebu u Republici Hrvatskoj, koja se odvijala u sklopu tradicionalnih VIII. Otvorenih dana Hrvatske udruge vojnih minijaturista. Posjet je nastavak započete suradnje sa ove dvije udruge, nakon posjeta našoj školi delegacija iz Zagreba, predvođenih Dragom Prgometom, predsjednikom Skupćine grada Zagreba.
Školu se predstavljale učenice: Valentina Stanišić, Katarina Vujić, Katarina Šegina i Ana Davčik, a u pratnji učitelja tehničke kulture Branka Stantića i ravnateljice škole Stanislave Stantić Prćić.
Tijekom četiri dana učenici su aktivno sudjelovali na radionicama robotike - programiranje mBot-a, elektronike - izrada tranzistorskog treptala, maketarstva - izrade diorame, terena i modelarstva - sastavljanje modela zrakoplova te bojanje figura i weathering-a. Sve to proteklo je uz druženje sa učenicima škole domaćina - OŠ „Gračani“ iz Zagreba te učenicima iz Srbije, OŠ „Emilija Ostojić“ iz Požege, koji su, također, bili gosti i sudionici ove Međunarodne škole tehničkih vještina.

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Hrvatska udruga tehničke kulture i Hrvatska udruga vojnih minijaturista, osim radionica, organizirali su iznimno bogat program za goste. Imali smo tako priliku obići OŠ „Gračani” iz Zagreba, klupske prostorije Hrvatske udruge vojnih minijaturista, Zavičajni muzej podsljemena, kabinete i laboratorije Fakulteta strojarstva i brodogradnje iz Zagreba i Tehnički muzej Nikola Tesla u Zagrebu. Slobodno vrijeme iskoristili smo i za obilazak grada Zagreba, koji se - u vrijeme adventa, iznimno dojmio učenicima.
Završna svečanost, uz podjelu zahvalnica, priznanja i prigodnih poklona, održana je u klupskim prostorijama HUVM-a. Na svečanosti su se obratili: Ivan Jurić, dopredsjednik Hrvatske udruge tehničke kulture i organizator događaja, Tomislav Stipanović, predsjednik International Plastic Modelers' Asocciation Croatia, Martina Stipanović, predstavnik HUVM i suorganizator događaja, Marijan Kos, predsjednik MO Gračani, Dalibor Delić, ravnatelj OŠ „Gračani“ iz Zagreba, Josip Troha, glavni koordinator projekta, Stanislava Stantić Prćić, ravnateljica naše škole, Mirijana Vasiljević, ravnateljica OŠ „Emilija Ostojić“ iz Požege, Damir Tomić, predsjednik Hrvatske udruge tehničke kulture, Verica Bogićević, predsjednica skupćine općine Požega i Drago Prgomet, predsjednik Gradske skupćine Grada Zagreba i pokrovitelj događaja.
Ne krijemo oduševljenje organizacijom I. Međunarodne škole tehničkih vještina, i radujemo se skorom uzvratnom posjetu našoj školi, kao i nastavku suradnje.

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A prize trip to Vienna

Our student, Ana Davčik (6.b), won first place at the 7th Willkommen International Language Competition and as a prize, a trip to Vienna. Ana and English teacher Miroslav Rauš, together with the organizers of the competition and other prize-winning students and teachers visited Vienna on November 2 and 3, 2019. A pleasant weekend with fellow students and teachers were also complemented with visits to sights such as Schönbrunn Castle, the Natural History Museum and the Prater.
Congratulations to our Ana and we wish her success in the upcoming competitions!

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Text: Miroslav Rauš

School Principals from Central Bosnia Canton

Elementary school principals from the Central Bosnia Canton visited our school on 15th and 16th of October. During their stay, the principals toured the school and learned about our many extracurricular activities through a prepared presentation. Since the main purpose of the visit is to develop cooperation and connect schools in Vojvodina with schools in the Central Bosnia Canton, in which the teaching process is organised in Croatian, the principals donated funds for the purchase of our school van as a pledge of established cooperation. The visit of our dear guests ended with the signing of a Charter of friendship and cooperation, which is a confirmation and guarantee of continuing the established cooperation.

Translation: Miroslav Rauš

Co-op members in Vinkovci

At the invitation of Dragica Benčik, President of the Croatian Association of School Cooperatives, our students Milica Tikvicki and Marija Saulić, together with Stanislava Stantić Prćić, school principal and Zora Sloboda, Head of our cooperative, were guests at the 31st Festival of School Cooperatives of the Republic of Croatia from October 8 to 11. The event was held at the Barun Trenk Hall in Vinkovci.
We exhibited artwork made in the straw-work art technique and presented the work of the school student cooperative through creative workshops of making straw-work greeting cards for the participants.

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Translation: Miroslav Rauš

School trip- 7th and 8th grades

During the two-day school trip, the students of the seventh and eighth grades visited several important tourist destinations on October 3 and 4, 2019, accompanied by their teachers Sonja Zvekić, Milena Predojević, Anita Kopilović, Miroslav Rauš and Slavko Benčik.
The first day we visited Mount Avala and the Avala TV tower. Next stop was
the archaeological site Viminacium near Kostolac, the Roman military headquarters and the capital of the Roman province, Moesia Superior. In Viminacium we also visited an exhibition presenting portraits of 18 Roman emperors born in the territory of modern-day Serbia, cast in bronze and a detailed model- the reconstruction of the civil settlement and the legionary fort of Viminacium. A special attraction within the Viminacium archeological park is the paleontological park where mammoths discovered in the Drmno surface mine and on the outskirts of the Roman site are presented. The most significant finding is the mammoth, preserved in its entirety, known as Vika.
Upon arrival in Despotovac, we settled in the lodge „TLS Company“. After dinner, there was a disco night.

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The second day we visited the Manasija monastery, which was built by the Serbian despot Stefan Lazarević at the beginning of the 15th century. The monastery is famous for the Resava school. Monks who nurtured literature and copywriting gathered there.
We also visited Resavska cave, our biggest and most beautiful cave, accompanied by a speleologist. During the visit, a class of Serbian was held and the poem „Manasija“ by Vasko Popa, was analised by students.
Next stop was Svilajnac, where we visited the Natural History Center of Serbia. The students were presented with a mix of science, education, history and tourism through the exhibitions The World of Dinosaurs, The World of Minerals and Rocks, Africa Animals, Geological Time Travel, Geodiversity of Serbia, Mammoth Kika, Biodiversity of Serbia, Sky Rocks and The Volcano.
We returned home full of positive impressions.

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Text: Miroslav Rauš

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Visit the LABUS fair

On Tuesday, Sep 17, sixty students from our school and schools "Matko Vukovic" from Subotica and "Vladimir Nazor" from Djurdjin, as well as eight teachers and principals, visited the LABUS Fair in Osijek and participated in various activities.
We went to the fair at the invitation of the Technical Culture Community of Osijek-Baranja County and their secretary, Mr Ivo Grgić.
The LABUS Fair - a laboratory for secondary and elementary school students was held for the third time at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology - FERIT. A part of the LABUS fair is the Slavonian STEM Evolution project, where students were able to attend numerous open-type presentations and workshops, as well as actively participate in closed workshops in the field of mobile device programming. Students had the opportunity to see how robots work, learn how to teach them to do what we want, teach them to go through the maze, have fun managing a robot during a football match and more.
After the activities were completed, we also visited the Osijek fortress and took a stroll along the banks of the Drava.
Thanks to the Technical Culture Community of Osijek-Baranja County, we spent a very pleasant day, socializing and learning about advanced scientific disciplines.

Translation: Miroslav Rauš