Lourdes Central School organizes ‘LCS Science Week 2023’
“If you’re not failing every now and again, it’s a sign you’re not doing anything very innovative.” Woody Allen
Mangaluru: The department of science organised ‘LCS Science Week 2023’ at LCS from December 11 toDecember 15 for the students of classes I to X under the theme “YOUNG SCIENTIST”.
The aims and objectives of the week were to promote thinking out of the box, develop scientific temperament, enhance presentation and communication skills, and develop a scientific spirit and curiosity in students.
Inauguration: The science week was inaugurated on December 11, 2023, during the morning assembly. The programme began with a prayer. Principal Rev. Fr. Robert D’Souza and vice principals Ms Anita Thomas and Ms Belita Mascarenhas, along with the faculty of the science department, symbolically inaugurated the science week by operating the rocket, which was designed and built by Seanna Rodrigues, Maquin Rodrigues, and Saanvi Rai, the students of class IX. To make the programme more cheerful and interesting, students in class VIII presented a song based on science, and students in class X enacted the enumerable benefits and the importance of home remedies. The principal, in his address, encouraged the students to take an active part in all the activities of science week. Students from classes I to XII witnessed the programme. Disha Shetty and Katta Srinidhi of class X compeered the programme.
Finale: The finale of the fun-filled science week was held on December 15th by the students of class VI. The programme involved a dance on the discoveries and inventions of the various scientists and a melodious song on being the keepers of the earth for the environment, with a message and report of the science week. The finale of science week concluded with the science exhibition for classes IV to VIII. The vice principal, Ms Belita Mascarenhas, appreciated and congratulated all the students and teachers for their efforts in making science week a big success. The programme was hosted by Minal and Shraddha from class VI.
All the activities were well planned and executed with the wholehearted support of all the teachers in the science department, under the guidance of the science coordinator, Ms Linet D’Souza.