Udupi: Teacher’s Day celebrated at Trinity Central School
Udupi, Sep 10: Teacher’s Day was celebrated at Trinity Central School, Perampalli on September 5.
The day-long celebrations began with the celebration of Eucharist and novena to Mother Mary. This was followed by a short programme by the PTA members. On the dais were the principal Fr Anil D’costa, Fr Ravi Rajesh, school administrator, academic coordinator Magdelina Lewis, Archana Shetty, pre-primary section head, and K Sreedharan and Chandini, president and secretary of the PTA respectively.
The dignitaries on the dais first showered flowers on the portrait of Dr S Radhakrishnan, and Mr. Sreedharan spoke of the importance of the day. This was followed by the cutting of the cake.
In recognition of their dedication and commitment in imparting education to students by teachers, PTA members gifted all teaching, non-teaching and auxiliary staff, with rose-bud plants, and gifts, as a token of their love and affection.
There after the PTA members and school faculty felicitated Bhaskar Bhat the man behind the delicious hot meals served to all at school every day.
The morning programme came to an end with PTA members distributing cake to all students and staff.
The students in appreciation for their teachers’ efforts presented a fun–filled programme in the afternoon. The programme commenced with the students welcoming their teachers to the beats of the band, followed with the showering of flowers and gifting a rose to every teacher, as they walked into the Trinitorium.
This was followed by a prayer song. Melanie of Grade 10 presented a meaningful and inspiring speech on the importance and relevance of teacher’s Day.
This was followed by the cutting of the cake, discovering the ‘Explosion Box’, and a few games, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The students of Grade 9 & 10 put up peppy and fun-filled dance performances. Students also gifted the teachers’, a memento as a token of the affection and appreciation.
Overall, though the rains played spoilsport, once a while, it failed to dampen the spirits and enthusiasm of the Trinity family. It was an indeed a fun, momentous and beautiful celebration, of Teachers’ Day.