Creating awareness is the best possible way to prevent and stop drug abuse. Students of “We Care Club” along with their mentor came up with different activities to aware all the students in a formal program organized today. Students of the Club got overwhelming response from the audience and were successfully able to deliver the message “SAY NO TO DRUGS”.
Grade IX students of Machhapuchchhre School organized ‘Farewell Program’ to bid their seniors (SEE Batch-2075) adieu amidst their parents, guardians and faculty members. The program was initiated by Ms. Binita Bista, the Kindergarten In-charge with a formal chairing session, which was followed by inaugural and felicitation functions. The program was chaired by Dr. Binod Pd. Yadav, the CEO of the school whereas it was inaugurated jointly by the Chief Guest, Prof. Dr. Satish Kumar Ojha and the CEO of the school. The outgoing students of SEE Batch-2075 were felicitated with garlands of marigold and tokens of love by the Chief Guest, school advisor Mr. Atmaram Koirala and the CEO. The Principal, Mr. Sampurna Dewapatey read out a brief profile of each student of SEE Batch-2075, which contained their hobbies and ambition. The chief guest and the school advisor delivered inspiring speeches to motivate the outgoing students to achieve better results in the days to come. Similarly, Ms. Sanisha Moktan of grade X shared her experience and feelings on behalf of her classmates. The students of grade IX entertained their seniors with various dances, songs and drama.
Machhapuchchhre Exhibition-2075 was inaugurated by the chief guest, Mr. Rishi Dhamala, the President of Reporters Club Nepal and Prime Television. Dr. Binod Prasad Yadav, the CEO of the school felicitated the chief guest and other special guests with ‘Khada’ and token of love. The program was initiated with a chairing session by Mr. Sampurna Dewapatey, the principal of the school. The exhibition was attended and observed by a huge number of parents, guardians and media personnel from various media groups. The students from Kindergarten to Grade X exhibited their creative models of various devices, charts, experiments and materials of arts & crafts related to different subjects. All the visitors were highly impressed by the creative exhibitions presented by the young learners of Machhapuchchhre.