The lecture by Red Cross volunteers, Lana Čonić (III3), Aleksandra Mršić (III1) and Sofija Čupić (III3) with the support of Helena Đonin (III2), was organized for first and second grade students, on two occasions on 22.11. and 24.11.
November – the month of the fight against addiction.
According to the International and National Health Calendar, the month of November is dedicated to the fight against drug addiction, with the aim of raising awareness among the population about the harmful effects of drugs and mobilizing the entire society to engage in activities to combat their use.
Every year, around 210 million people in the world use drugs, and of this number, around 200,000 people die annually as a result of drug use. Consumption of psychoactive substances is not only a health threat but also a significant socio-economic burden worldwide.
Primary prevention, i.e. preventing the onset of addiction, is the most important!
At the municipal basketball competition, held today, November 29, in the hall of the Chemical and Medical School in Vršac, our students won first place: men’s and women’s teams, as well as both our teams in 3×3 basketball The following performed for the school: Men’s team: Marko Savić (IV1), Zoran Tešović (IV3), Manuel Olar (IV2), Stevan Bajić (III4), Viktor Kožokari (III1), Aljoša Bojanić (III3), Mateja Radosavljev (III1), Nikola Nedeljković (II2), Vuk Stanojević (II1), Marko Radosavljević (III3) and Stefan Pucarević (II3) Women’s team: Jelena Grujin (III3), Anja Mitrašinović (IV4), Marija Graovac (IV4), Nada Krsmanović (II4), Mila Marić (I3), Sofija Tolanov (III3), Dunja Drakulic (III3), Ana Caran (IV3), Ana Zec (II1) and Jana Sovilj (III3). Basketball 3×3 Men’s team: Stevan Bajić (III4), Nikola Nedeljković (II2), Viktor Kožokari (III1) and Zoran Tešović (IV3). Women’s team: Anja Mitrašinović (IV4), Jana Sovilj (III3), Jelena Grujin (III3) and Marija Graovac (IV4). Mentor for the students was Dragana Danilović, prof. Congratulations!
Under the slogan “Equality is our pride and responsibility”, high school students from Vršac, for the first time, all together, celebrated the International Day of Tolerance on November 16, in all high schools of the town of Vršac. The Union of Parliamentarians of Secondary School Students of our city designed the “Path of Tolerance”, a path that everyone walked together that day, united in song, dance, music, poetry, sports – football, basketball, volleyball… The path included several stops, and they , each in their own way, sent a message of tolerance and togetherness. Station on the “Tolerance Road” – Gymnasium “Borislav Petrov Braca”; they sang: Mihailo Simin, Arsenije Knežević, Janko Božić, Iva Mitrović, Katarina Mitrović, Maša Vasilevski, Ana Živkov, Jovana Mirkov, Tara Marković, Aleksandra Barić, Nađa Rankov, Elena Radosavljević, Maša Antonijević, Filip Cvetković, Milica Greksa, Tara Stupar , Jana Lazaroj, Zorana Radojević, Natalija Jančić, Estera Tajkuna-Teleaga, Melisa Voin and Darija Stojković. Danced by: Kristina Grbav, Renato Dragić, Sara Đan, Gabriela Babuc, Stefan Seratić, Melisa Voin, Kristina Caran, Lidia Božin, Dario Janeš. They played: Aleksandar Graure, Andrei Tapalaga, Đorđe Grubiša and Arsenije Knežević. Recited by: Veljko Omčikus and Stefan Seratlić. Visually and textually, the theme was designed through the presentation: Nina Paunović and Milica Uskoković. Sent messages about peace and tolerance: Petar Petrović, Jovana Brcan, Anđela Josimov, Teodora Baldvina, Ivana Nastic, Bojana Martinov, Anja Marton, Romana Putnik, Helena Kecman, Leontina Šćop, Aosjue Mei, Sinji Zhu and Jingxuen Zhu. All of the above was realized with the support and accompaniment of the presenters: Marina Grujić and Andreas Mohan. Station on the “Tolerance Road” – Agricultural School “Vršac”; volleyball was played by: Katarina Nikolić, Sara Momirov, Anja Popov, Bogdan Stanišić, Stevan Rakonjić, Anđela Bajić, Mina Božić, Nataša Stefanov, Marina Kulman, Filip Radak, Popcenić, Mihajlo Vučković, Drndarski, Mihajlović, Anamarija P., Marina Stanojev, Marko Šarunac, Anja Kovačević, Aleksandar Radulović, Jelena Petrović and Dragosavljević… Station on the “Tolerance Road” – ŠC “Nikola Tesla”; Football was played by: Bojan Pajević, Aleksa Milosavljević, Marko Pelivan, Danilo Pečeničić, Luka Teči, Ognjen Trbojević, Milana Vitomirović, Teodora Stanković, Anđela Barišić, Aleksandar Munćan, Jelena Tomaš, Kojić, Manetić, Radmanovac, Petar Milošević, Čizmaš, Ognjen Jovanović. , Jovana Brcan, Vučetić, Vasić, Jaćimovski, Petar Jokić, Nikola Milanko, Štefan Graure, Manuel Olar… Station on the “Tolerance Road” – “Chemistry – Medical School”; basketball was played by: Anja Mitrašinović, Jelena Grujin, Jovana Stefanov, Miljan Tomić, Vuk Stanojević, Marko Tankosić, Špan, Miljana Popović, Gabriel Isak Virag, Kalanj, Teodora Orlić, Sonja Marić, Andrej Petrović, Aleksandar Stojanović, Lazarov, Andrea Kotrla, Miloš Rafinger, Vasilije Mihajlović, Boban Ranić… There were no divisions, the teams were mixed, everyone performed, regardless of belonging to school, gender, nation… And we all won. Congratulations! Thanks for the photos: Aleksa Mašić and Jakov Radek. To the principals and employees of all secondary schools, thank you for the encouragement and support that we experienced at every step while traveling together! Many thanks to our parliamentarians from the Union of UP secondary schools: Davor Gašparević, Jovana Brcan, Marina Kulman, Milan Cvetković, Milica Uskoković, Nina Paunović, Veljko Omčkikus, Artur Stević, Aleksandar Jovčić and Meteja Magda!!!
In cooperation with the Vršac Red Cross, November 16 – the International Day of Tolerance – was celebrated in our school.
The lecture was delivered by Red Cross volunteer Ivan Zavišin and student of the School of Chemistry and Medicine, Jovana Stamenković, with the support of Red Cross secretary Suzana Cvetanović.
The class II4 attended the lecture itself.
The topic was complemented by the workshop “Diversity in our class” in which students talked about tolerance in school, among peers and ways to increase awareness of it.
Marking this day, it is important to emphasize the importance of promoting humane values, especially tolerance. Tolerance is key to maintaining peace and understanding in a world full of diversity. Active acceptance of diversity contributes to building a harmonious society where the rights and freedoms of all are respected. Through tolerance, we create bridges of understanding between people of different cultures, religions and ideologies. This day reminds us that tolerance is necessary to create a world where everyone can be recognized and respected, regardless of their differences.
Tolerance is not only a virtue, but the key to building an inclusive society in which disagreements are resolved through dialogue and understanding. Through the promotion of tolerance, we build the foundations for peace and prosperity.
The municipal volleyball competition was held on Monday, November 20 in Vršac. Both our teams won first place:
Women’s team consisting of: Katarina Nikolić (I2), Jovana Medić (I2), Anja Kojić (I2), Isidora Pronić (I2), Ema Lolić (I1), Sara Momirov (II2), Maša Antonijević (II3), Ksenija Smoljan ( II4), Anja Popov (IV4), Sara Kojić (IV3), Ivana Bogavac (I3), Aleksandra Janković (II1) and Mina Mitrović (II2). Mentor: Radmila Mandić, prof.
Men’s team consisting of: Bogdan Stanišić (IV1), Stevan Rakonić (IV1), Janko Božić (III2), Andreas Mohan (II5), Aleksandar Munćan (IV5), Vuk Petuhov (I1), Marko Pelivan (I2), Marko Tankosić ( II2), , Aleksandar Pavlović (III1), Nikola Došen (IV1) and Ivan Rankov (I3).
On November 13 and 14, the 5th Youth Choir Festival was held in Novi Sad. The festival gathered as many as 450 students from all over Serbia – lovers of choral singing.
Among the participants were 16 high school students from Vršac, led by prof. Marina Klisko: Mihailo Simin (IV4), Arsenije Knežević (II1), Janko Božić (III2), Iva Mitrović (I1), Katarina Mitrović (I1), Maša Vasilevski (I1), Ana Živkov (II1), Jovana Mirkov (II1) , Tara Marković (I4), Aleksandra Barić (II4), Nađa Rankov (II4), Elena Radosavljević (II1), Maša Antonijević (II3), Filip Cvetković (III3), Milica Greksa (III3) and Tara Stupar (III3).
Together with their peers, in the Novi Sad Synagogue, they simultaneously performed a diverse musical repertoire previously prepared at rehearsals in their places. As many as 15 schools participated, and 14 joint compositions were performed.
The event was organized by the Serbian Choral Association in order to promote togetherness and art. “Music is not just a privilege, music belongs to everyone!” said the president of the Serbian Choral Association, Tamara Adamov Petijević, at the opening of the Festival. This sentence best describes the goal of the Festival.
On the occasion of the World Science Day, the students of classes I1 and I3, together with professors Daniela Mareš Đilas and Olivera Nišević, attended the opening of the photo exhibition “DNA Reflection” by Subotica author Kečkeš Albert on Friday, November 10. The organizer of the exhibition is the Vršac Cultural Center in cooperation with UrbanKult, and the exhibit is on display in the Army House in Vršac.
Albert Kečkeš is a veterinary technician by profession who works in the city shelter for abandoned animals in Subotica. As a professional, he joined the international Pawsitive Genes project with the aim of mapping the percentage of pure breed DNA in mixed-breed dogs on a certain territory (in this case in Vojvodina) based on samples of the genetic material of tested dogs.
Scientific educational project on the percentage representation of genes of pure breeds of dogs in the DNA of mixed breeds presents portrait photos of dogs that entered the program of genetic research. This project is the result of the work of two people with great enthusiasm in the field of the welfare of abandoned dogs: Gwenaelle de Bizemont, a French citizen and a resident of Subotica for some time, and Albert Kečkeš, a veterinary technician who has been actively working in city shelters since 2010. The goal of their exhibition is to raise awareness about mixed dogs!