Disaster Management Awareness
The school carried out the first disaster awareness program for the 2016 academic session on 23rd March for the classes PP to 4, and on 24th March for classes 5 to 8, after the class hours. The two groups were to ensure that the teachers used language to the level of the students’ grades so as to convey the messages effectively. The students were reminded and made more aware of the various natural disasters, preventive measures wherever applicable, and what they need to do before, during, and after each of the disasters. The presentations were made very pictorial for the lower classes and supplemented with captions for the upper classes.
On 25th, when the siren rang out across the school campus during 5th period, all students and teachers demonstrated what they had learnt from the awareness sessions. The students came out to their designated safe place and the search and rescue team went around to take in the number counts and look for the missing students who were rescued and provided first aid care. The mock drill was conducted smoothly, which indicated that the disaster awareness is very much instilled into the minds of the students.
Donation from Ms Tara Devi Giri
The school would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Ms Tara Devi Giri, teacher of this school who is currently studying for her master’s degree in Melbourne, Australia for her generous and timely donation to the school. Her donation of Nu.24100.00 for the chorten construction in the school arrived just in time when the school was facing a shortage of fund to complete the chorten. This amount helped the school do up the final completion of the chorten just in time to consecrate it for the 60th birth anniversary of our beloved His Majesty the 4th King.
With the start of the new academic session and bringing in more innovative ideas into classrooms and in catering support services to the students with special needs, the school was in dire need of fund. Ms Tara has again come to the rescue of the school by donating an amount of Nu 20000.00. This money will be used in the most appropriate way to benefit the students and the school. May the generosity of Ms Tara bring her much spiritual merits and may this inspire many others to make generous contributions for the benefit of the students, the future leaders and citizens of our country!
Honourable Lyonchen Tshering Tobgay, Tshogpon Jigme Zangpo, Mongar Lam Neten, and Education DG Karma Yeshi planted the Tendrel Plants in the school GNH Park. The park was developed in 2015 and was dedicated to our beloved 4th King on his 6th birth anniversary. The plantation was done during the MTR meeting in Mongar Dzongkhag to commemorate the Gyalsey’s birth and was coordinated by the school’s administrators and nature club.
First students joining in Royal Academy
Master Karma Sonam of Class VII 'D' of this school is one of the first privileged students to join the Royal Academy in Paro. The school congratulates Karma Sonam for his privileged admission. The Royal Academy is a visionary initiative of His Majesty, the 5th King that is being developed as an enduring tribute to the unparalleled leadership and the rich legacy of His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the Fourth Druk Gyalpo.
Awardees at National Level in Art Competition
Thinley Dorji and Ugyen Choden of class VI B are among the eight national winners of Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa 2015 – 2016.The theme for the art competition was “ Here is my life”. They were awarded Nu. 2000/- each. The artwork of the national winners are said to be forwarded to the organizers in Japan for international level competition.
Monger LSS family congratulate them for their accomplishment.
Student Leaders of 2016
Student Leaders of 2016 with Dzonkhag Election Officer and Principal