Mangaluru: Carmel School hosts PTA general body meeting

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Mangaluru, Jul 25: PTA general body meeting of Carmel School was held at the school auditorium on Wednesday, July 24 at the school auditorium for classes VI to X from 9.30 am to 12 pm and for classes I to V from 1.30 pm to 4 pm.

The meeting began with an opening song that helped the parents to prepare their minds for the session and also it was the trend setter for the mood of the event to follow. The students then truly spread the spiritual vibes by seeking the benevolence and support of the Almighty through a prayer dance. Then the annual report, including snapshots of holistic education were presented by the teachers through power point.

Dr Caroline P D’Souza, psychiatrist, health centre, Mangaluru, was the key note speaker for the morning session, his speech spotlighted on 'parenting an art', through PPT presentation and concrete examples. The parents were acquainted with the tips on skills of parenting, which was indeed motivating and beneficial.

Dr Preethi Keerthi D’Souza, assistant professor department of post graduate studies and research in commerce, Mangalore University, was the resource person for the afternoon session, highlighted on child parenting, which includes characteristics of healthy parent child relationship, factors affecting parent child relationship, tips to raise children.

Thereafter the principal, Sister Sarika gave a few insights as to how students can reach their highest potential in the classroom and put forth some of the rules and regulations to be followed at Carmel School.

Sister Rose Agnes AC, the school administrator was warmly welcomed and introduced to the parents. Sister Maria Kripa, the joint secretary graced the occasion.


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