Beltangady: Holy Redeemer English Medium School conducts PTA meeting for class 10

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Beltangady, Jul 10: Holy Redeemer English Medium School organized a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) meeting for its class 10 students, parents, and teachers on July 10 in the School Auditorium. The program commenced with a hymn, invoking God's blessings. Headmaster Fr Clifford Pinto introduced the new Correspondent, Fr Walter D'Mello, and provided an overview of the school's plans and regulations. Dr Joseph N M, retired principal of Sacred Heart College, Madanthyar, and a renowned orator who has been honored with the 'Swasthi Shri Award' and 'Saadhana Shri Award', served as the resource person. Dr Joseph shared valuable insights on how parents can create a conducive environment for effective studying.

In his presidential remarks, the correspondent advised the students to uphold discipline and work diligently to achieve excellent results. Representatives of the parents from class 10 were elected for the PTA. Anita, the PTA secretary, was present during the meeting. The event concluded with the singing of the school anthem, followed by refreshments.

The gathering was welcomed by Preetha D'Souza, while Pallavi introduced the chief guest. A vote of thanks was delivered by Prabha Gowda, and Blendin Rodrigues skillfully compered the programme. 




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