The St.Anne's Girls Higher Secondary School here has taken efforts to expand the greenery not only on the school premises but also in the houses of students and the adopted village.

In a statement released here, Headmistress and Correspondent Rev.Sr.Ermin Ignatius stated that 10 saplings were planted on the school campus recently.

The school also handed over 10 saplings to the students hailing from Periyakuppam to be grown in their houses.

Again, at Periyakuppam, which the school has adopted, National Service Scheme volunteers led by NSS Programme Officer Lilly Christine planted the saplings at the government high school there in the presence of headmaster Ravichandran and vice-principal of St.Anne's school Rv.Sr.Amalpavam.

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