Teacher’s Day & Krishnastami Celebrations @Greenwood Mancherial

05/09/2023, Tue

@Mancherial, Greenwood High School

Greenwood High School in Mancherial celebrated Teacher’s Day and Krishnastami with great enthusiasm and devotion, bringing together students, teachers, and esteemed dignitaries in a vibrant display of cultural and educational significance.

The event commenced with a remarkable display of devotion, as all preprimary children, dressed as little Krishnas and gopikas, added a charming touch to the celebration. Esteemed dignitaries, including Mr. Chandramohan, Mr.Ayub Baig, and ACO Mrs.Fareeda Somani, graced the occasion by lighting the lamp and offering flowers to Lord Srikrishna and Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the renowned former President of India and an esteemed teacher.

The anchors Mayuka and RidaTasneem from 9 th IIT delivered an outstanding performance captivating the audience with profound confidence.

AO Mr. Qhuddus contribued to the success of the event with his impeccable support and coordination.

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Two insightful speeches were delivered by teachers, highlighting the importance of education and the role of teachers in shaping young minds. Sri Charan, an 8th-grade student, also delivered a speech, sharing his perspective on the significance of teachers in his life.

All the teachers were felicitated in a heartwarming ceremony, as they were called onto the stage, accompanied by students from different grades. This gesture emphasized the deep respect and admiration the students have for their educators.

The celebration also showcased the spirit of self-governance, with 9th and 10th-grade students taking on the roles of teachers for a day. K. Jashwanthi, R. Saishma, and Shraghvi received the 1st prize for their outstanding performance in this capacity.

The cultural extravaganza continued with captivating dance performances. The 4th and 5th-grade students delivered a mesmerizing dance performance, followed by an energetic performance by the 7th-grade boys. The importance of Shri Krishna Astami was portrayed through a skit by 7th-grade boys, educating the audience about the significance of the festival.

The cultural highlight of the event was the stunning dance performance by the 8th and 9th-grade IIT girls, showcasing their talent and dedication. The 10th-grade girls also joined in with a graceful dance performance, adding a touch of elegance to the festivities.

The Teacher’s Day and Krishnastami celebrations at Greenwood High School, Mancherial, were a beautiful blend of tradition, education, and cultural expression. It served as a reminder of the invaluable role teachers play in nurturing the future generation while honoring the rich cultural heritage of India through the celebration of Krishnastami.

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