Chandapura Students Honor Grandparents

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

August 2, 2022

To treasure and celebrate the legacy and values of grandparents, the students of Nazareth School, Chandapura honored their grandparents on July 30, 2022. It was an opportunity for the children to express their gratitude, love and affection to their grandparents. The children and their grandparents enthusiastically participated in the celebration with great respect and admiration. On this occasion, the school management arranged a program and games in the honor of the grandparents. The children cheered their grandparents wholeheartedly during the games. The day was filled with loads of blessings, happiness, excitement and cheers. The performances by the tiny tots were a delight to the eye for all the spectators. An inspirational skit in Kannada highlighting the importance of grandparents in the life of a child was enacted. The grandparents were indeed enthralled by the performance of the students. The grandparents thanked the school for honoring them by celebrating their day.


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