Mount Carmel Central School celebrates the 15th Kindergarten Annual Day
Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School, Maryhill, Mangaluru celebrated the 15th Kindergarten Annual Day on December 21st in the school auditorium with the theme “The Ramblers” where the tiny tots took the audience on a journey to diverse countries, enlightening them about sustainable goals with the aim of transforming the world.
The chief guest, Dr Mario Joseph Bukelo, Consultant paediatrician and neonatologist, was escorted into the auditorium by the Principal Sr Melissa, Joint Secretary, Sr Asha Prima, Administrator, Sr Carissima, and PTA Vice President Ms Carol Pais. The event commenced with with seeking God’s benevolence through a graceful dance. The august gathering was then accorded a heartfelt welcome in dance by the tender hearts, followed by a welcome address by the Principal.
The cultural event kicked off with the nursery and pre-nursery kids showcasing their talents with confidence, depicting harmony and oneness in nature. The academic year’s accomplishments were amalgamated and presented in the annual report.
The chief guest, Dr. Mario Joseph Bukelo, in his message cited the importance of health, wellbeing, and values, which lay the foundation for a child’s future. He also reminded the parents, educators, and health care professionals to work as a multidisciplinary team in the overall growth and development of every child.
Then commenced the show ‘The Ramblers’ where the students of LKG and UKG took the audience on a world tour, visiting countries like Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, India, Nepal, China, and the Philippines, showcasing the cultures of these countries and taking a step towards our commitment to sustainable goals in preserving our common home, Earth. The festive Christmas carnival brought in the yuletide, delighting the august gathering.
The hearts of students Daivik, Freya, and Akshaj were swollen with gratitude as they delivered the vote of thanks. The charm of the programme was the little emcees of Nursery, LKG, and UKG compeering the programme with confidence and fluency. The audience was amazed to watch the programme of the little ones, filled with music and movement.