Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School celebrates the 14th Kindergarten Day

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Mangaluru, Dec 21: The Kindergarten section of Mount Carmel Central School celebrated the 14th Kindergarten Day with the theme ‘Eutierria – Oneness with the Earth’ on Wednesday, December 21.

The chief guest Dr Belinda Fernandes, one of the leading pediatrician of Mangaluru was escorted into the auditorium by the principal Sr Melissa, administrator Sr Carissima along with the PTA vice president Jenifer Fernandes.

The event commenced seeking God’s benevolence. The august gathering was accorded a welcome by the loving and tender hearts with song and words of welcome.

The cultural events kick started by the tiniest of the tiny – Nursery children's innocence, talent, confidence and caring nature manifesting. The annual report presented outlined the fun-filled learning that takes place in the kindergarten. The LKG children spread Christmas in the air by transporting the audience to the Bethlehem town.

The chief guest Dr Belinda Fernandes was introduced by the principal Sr Melissa to the audience. Dr Belinda Fernandes, in her speech, cited, "A child is a blessing who gives meaning to our life and as parents one should strive and be role models to give meaning to their life."

The students of LKG and UKG gave a boost to the celebration in their dance drama on the theme ‘Eutierria – Oneness with the Earth’, which had in it the marvels of nature.

The kids beautifully portrayed the story of a girl ‘Alice in kinderland’ and gave a strong message that we need to take care of mother Earth if she has to take care of us.

Teacher Neeta Pais was swelled with gratitude as she proposed a vote of thanks. The celebration concluded with the singing of the school anthem.

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