Kindergarten convocation held

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Fun-loving:Tiny tots of KG section presenting a dance programme during the KG day at Anna Adarsh MHSS.
Fun-loving:Tiny tots of KG section presenting a dance programme during the KG day at Anna Adarsh MHSS.

The Kindergarten department of Anna Adarsh Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Anna Nagar, organised the convocation of the KG students on February 8.

Consultant Endocrine Surgeon of Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital, Zakir Hussain, conferred the degrees on the children as they stepped into the primary division with promises of an outstanding career of achievement in school. His words of inspiration encouraged the children and the teaching community. Primary section coordinator C. Shashikala welcomed the gathering and this was followed by the introduction of the chief guest by A.M. Asha, Assistant coordinator (high school). The annual report for the academic year 2012-2013 was presented by the KG coordinator N. Vasantha Lakshmi. This was followed by a solemn pledge by the UKG tiny tots. Small children from LKG and Pre-KG presented a wonderful dance programme, which entertained the audience. K. Adithya of UKG spoke about his experience in the kindergarten at Anna Adarsh. Assistant coordinator (Primary Department) M. Kasthuri proposed vote of thanks.




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