Circular on How to handle and face the Second Wave
India is a “cradle of religions” and as a result, we have many festivals, followed by celebrations. On the august occasion of Sri Rama Navami, I take this opportunity to wish you all a happy feast. Be cautious!
I would like to communicate a few guidelines to handle our life in this uncertain, challenging and extra-ordinary time of Pandemic situation.
Corana! Corona! Corona everywhere! Corona here and corona there! Fear and uncertainty grip people everywhere; anxiety haunts us day and night! I strongly believe that we can overcome this situation and it is possible for us. The health and wellbeing of you, the parents and your children, is our top priority and we assure you that we are with you. We, the Fathers, offer our daily prayers without ceasing and you are always in my thoughts.
Don’t be panic! What is important is to have a serene mind! Do your daily chores as before cheerfully, mindfully and willingly!
“A stitch in time saves nine” is an old adage and this proverb complements us that prevention is better than cure. The primary prevention is that we need to inculcate “social vaccine”. Let us wear mask; let us wash hands frequently; and let us maintain social/physical distancing!
Self-conduct of an appropriate behavior enables one another to build up safety at personal level, family level, state level and nation level. Our health is our wealth and we care for it more during this second wave and in turn it will care for us for the time to come. Let us take our life seriously!
All our exams will get over by the 30th April ‘21. Submit answer sheets to teachers on the 1st May, Saturday! Results will be announced on the 8th May ‘21. You will have your holidays from 9th May to 31st May ‘21. Plan out your holidays judiciously! There is no holiday for learning! A happy learning! Kindly be in touch with your class teacher who is the bridge between you and the school.
We are with you and we accompany you every way possible !!!