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St Raymond High School celebrates Annual Day

Published On : 09 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Sr Cicilia Mendonca BS, provincial superior Mangaluru province graced Annual Day 2016 of St Raymond PU College auditorium on December 7. The school band escorted the dignitaries to the dais. The programme commenced with a prayer dance by the students portraying the creation of God. They welcomed the gathering through a welcome dance.

Headmistress, Sr Theresa Sequeira BS welcomed the esteemed guests and audience. The school annual report presented through a PowerPoint offered a glimpse of the academic year.

Sr Cicicilia Mendonca newly elected provincial superior was honored.

The chief guest Joseph Richard Alvares was honored.

Sr Roselyta correspondent of St Raymond English Medium High School, Vamanjoor, Edward F Pereira PTA vice-president were present on the dais. Students presented a variety of cultural programmes. Master of ceremonies for the programme was Vijetha K. Jayaraj proposed the vote of thanks.







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