Udupi: Trinity Central School celebrates creative Deepavali

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Udupi, Nov 13: Deepavali, festival of light was recently celebrated with excitement at Trinity Central School.

A special assembly was organised by the students of Grade III, highlighting the message of love, happiness and human values. Speeches were delivered by senior students on the importance of Deepavali.

The Principal, Fr Anil D’Costa, the administrator, Fr Ravi Rajesh, the academic co-ordinator, Magdelina Lewis, pre-primary section Head, Archana Shetty and Activity Co-coordinator Dr Poornima lit the lamp as a sign of enlightenment.

The staff were also asked to light the diyas decorated on the floral carpet after which the students were shown a video clipping depicting the importance of the day.

To make the day a memorable and pleasant one, various competitions were organised. Students of Grade I and II created lamps and decorated them while students from grades III to V prepared colourful creative lanterns and the students from grade VI to IX drew very bright and colourful rangolis.

Students displayed their items in a very innovative way. The whole school was actively involved in various activities; there was an atmosphere of festivity and celebration of Deepavali everywhere.

It was a joy to see the whole school participating in various activities.


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