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The retirement programme of the headmistress of St Lawrence Aided Higher Primary School Bondel

Published On : 10 Oct 2021   |  Reported By : media release


The retirement programme of the headmistress of St Lawrence Aided Higher Primary School Bondel, Mrs Mary Miranda, was held on 09-10-2021 at the Church hall, Bondel. Rev. Fr. Andrew Leo D'Souza was the president of the programme. The Assistant Parish Priest of Bondel, Rev. Fr. Rupesh Raveen Tauro; The headmaster of St. Lawrence English Medium School, Rev. Fr. Peter Gonsalves; BRP Agnes Dotty Monteiro; CRP Laveena Crasta; Vice President of the Parish Council, Mr. Reginald D'Souza; Retired headmaster, Mr. Denis Narry D'Souza were the guests of the programme.

In her teaching career of 41 years, she has received "Best Teacher" award at District level in the year 2018-19. Mrs. Janet Pinto was the host of the programme. Mrs. Helen Fernandes welcomed the gathering, Mrs. Gracy Fernandes read the Letter of Congratulations and Sr Lucy Mary D'Souza concluded the programme with a vote of thanks.







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