Lalaji Memorial Celebrates Annual Day

Published: 08th October 2014 06:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th October 2014 06:08 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The Annual Day of the primary section of Lalaji Memorial Omega International School was celebrated at the EVP Rajeshwari Hall in Kolapakkam on Wednesday.


The chief guest S Ramakrishnan was felicitated with a bouquet and introduced to the gathering. The assembled parents and guests were welcomed warmly and the annual report, highlighting the course of events in the primary section of the school, was read out. All the special features of primary were focused on like special education, dance, sports, ESOL, art and craft, music and dance, drama, recycling of paper and other waste, scouts and guides, cubs and bulbuls, NCC. Special mention was made of inter-school competitions, the science and maths Olympiads and field trips.

Achievers in various activities, both academic and co-curricular, received prizes from the chief guest who congratulated the headmistresses Parvathi and Maheshwari and the staff and students who had planned the function. He gave a brief account of the school’s huge strides, mentioning Nirmala Sundaram as the founding Principal who had laid a strong foundation, the guidance of Rev P Rajagopalachari, the spiritual head of the Shri Ram Chandra Mission at all stages directly and indirectly and the vision and vital leadership of chairman P R Krishna. The cultural programme began with the school song, composed by the students with the guidance of their music teacher, Vinitha Venkataraman, followed by skits, songs, dance and plays to keep the audience engaged and attentive.

Correspondent S Ramakrishnan presided over the function.

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