The parents of Bethesda Higher Secondary School (BHSS) were amazed and enthralled by the talents of their children performing various kinds of activities at the 16th Parents’ Day celebration at its school campus on Tuesday.
Parents from all walks of life leaving aside their daily works joined the celebration to witness the performances of their children starting from lower sections to class 10. The celebration was graced by SCERT director, Vipralhou Kesiezie as chief guest.
The chief guest appreciating over the large turned out by the parents, said that there was no greater joy for the parents but spending their time with their children. He told them that this kind of occasion would mould and encourage the children in many ways for building their future. “It will not go in waste but will bear fruits”, he said.
The director urged the parents not to be content with the academic excellence and the facilities provided by the school, but look beyond what they were doing for their children.
“Parents and teachers are doing their best but we forget the physical requirements needed by our children”, the chief guest pointed out. On the occasion two lucky parents were presented with presents.
One of the most striking performances by the students at the function was the skit based on the present scenario reflecting the human life which forgets the teaching of the Bible and is lured by the world attractions.
Song in action, and “I wanna do right” by the tiny tots amused their parents. Other highlights of the celebration included; Korean gospel dance, Nepali dance, Punjabi dance, Naga dance by the high sections.