PONGAL CELEBRATON 2022
SCHOOL FOUNDATION DAY- INVESTITURE CEREMONY
On the occasion of the School Foundation Day,11June 2021 was celebrated as Investiture Ceremony Day. Remembering the Founder of LRG Group of Institutions Sri. L.G. Balakrishna Garu, living up to the expectations of Chairman Sri Sumanth Ramamurthy Garu, cherishing the dream of ex secretary Sri. P. Jagatheesan Garu on this day, a virtual Investiture ceremony was conducted.
Lepakshi Utsav 2020 Celebrations
As a part of Lepakshi Utsav 2020 Celebrations, LRGPS was given an opportunity to present one event.
The students choose to present the mime which was an entirely different and new concept for the people of the region.
The theme was on Pulwama attack and Abhinandan’s valour.
The mime was received with excitement and was praised by DEO Ananthapur, Dy. DEO and many other dignitaries present on the dais apart from the audience.
To imprint the differentiation of colours on the tender minds, colour days were conducted. Tiny tots enjoyed to be dressed in the specific colour and also get an article of the same colour.
CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS
One day before children’s day, fancy dress competition was conducted for Pre Primary kids.
The theme was ‘OUR SOCIAL HELPERS’.
It was exiting to see many children turning up in the attire of a famer and a teacher.
On 14,Nov’2019,after paying due homage to Chacha Nehuru, Art and Craft Exhibition was conducted across the grades with specific theme.
To witness and grace the occasion, the ARTIST OF THE DAY was, Mrs. Saraswathi Venkatesh,an artist par excellence, with many rewards to her credit like Blossoming Women Excellence Award, Roopa Shilpi, Kala Diksuchi, Paripurna mahila etc to mention a few.
Students across the grades have displayed their wonderful artistic talent in their respective classrooms with the help of art teacher Ms. Fathima and also class teacher.
Children were enthusiastic in not only the display of their art/craft work but keen to explain the purpose and reason to make their article.
Parents group was highly cooperative. They not only helped their own children, but were also appreciating the other students for their efforts.
Students of neighbouring schools also were invited to witness the event.
The event was a grand success with the collaborative effort of parents, students, staff and Department of Arts and Crafts incharge Ms. Fathima assisted by Ms Aswini.