BANGALORE: It is that time of the year when schools wrap up their academic sessions and recognise students who have performed exceptionally well. Greenwood High conducted three functions consecutively, giving their annual day celebrations a new meaning. The celebrations began on March 29 for students of the pre-primary section. Manas Mehrotra, represented the Board and was the guest of honour.
The highlight of the day’s celebration was the musical play Little Red Riding Hood, which was presented with a twist. The coordinator of the pre-primary section, Geraldine D’mello and the music teacher Marion co-authored the script of the play, the songs of which were adapted from the famed musical Sound of Music.
Speaking on the occasion, Aloysius D’mello, principal of Greenwood High said, “Children have done an excellent job in co-curricular activities besides academics. The year has seen our children representing us on the national as well as international levels making us proud.” There were also two plays staged by the students of grade 1 and grade 2.
The first play was with the message of ‘Save the trees’ and the second one was with the thought of ‘being satisfied with what you are, rather than be someone else.’