Loyola International School Celebrates Graduation Day for KG-2
Loyola International School KG-2 students on graduation day.
Doha: Loyola International School, Doha-Qatar held a “graduation day” for KG-2 students. It was a proud moment to see 290 students graduate from kindergarten and move on to the next level.
The kindergarten academic coordinator, Minaaz Dange, gave a welcoming speech and congratulated the guests and the director of the Loyola International School.
The dignitaries including ICC Advisory Council Chairman Prasad Koduru, Indian Cultural Center Secretary General Krishna Kumar Bandhakavi, Chief Engineering Officer, Qatar Gas and Vice President of Rajasthan Pariwar, Qatar – ICC Lalit Chhajer with Loyola International School Principal Pramod Kumar Ranwaka, honored the occasion.
Ranwaka addressed the assembly and expressed his deep gratitude to the school management, guests, teachers and parents. He talked about a few points like the value of time in a student’s life, how a parent’s behavior and attitude at home also play an important role in a child’s schooling. His speech and advice were very well received by the parents and other dignitaries present.
Guests and parents were extremely excited to get a glimpse of the various activities held at the Kindergarten throughout the year. This ensured them a holistic and comprehensive development of the neighborhoods of Loyola International School.
The most important event of the day was honoring each student with the graduation certificate and scroll. It was such an overwhelming moment to see the students show up in their graduation gowns with a big gesture of cheers and happiness.
Grade 1 students had the privilege of welcoming KG-2 students while KG-2 students shared their experience on their kindergarten journey and expressed their gratitude to their teachers and the coordinator of the maternal. Parents expressed their pride in being part of the Loyola International School and gave their positive feedback to enrich the growth of the school. The guests shared their thoughts with the kindergarten graduates and motivated them to believe in themselves, work hard and be passionate about learning.