Day of Appreciation and Farewell

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

April 7, 2023

From the Navjyoti School Family

Navjyoti School family organized a grand farewell ceremony for Sister Elize Lobo to express their love, gratitude and appreciation for all that she has been. Her dedication, commitment and hard work have transformed Navjyoti School into a thriving center of excellence.

During her tenure, Sister Elize has brought about numerous changes that have made the school a better place for acquiring knowledge. Under her eight years of able guidance, the school was upgraded and she has left no stone unturned in providing the best infrastructure for the best possible education in Surkhet. The Navjyoti family has experienced and seen our school grow in leaps and bounds under her leadership.

The Navjyoti family and people of Surkhet will always remember Sister Elize’s contribution and unwavering dedication with gratitude. The school family, social center staff and mobile clinic staff organized a short and sweet colorful program on the appreciation day. It was with mixed feelings few teachers and children shared their personal experiences being with her.

Thank you, Sister Elize, for everything. You are indeed greatly appreciated. We wish you the best of health and farewell in your next mission.

Sister Susan Tudu is welcomed at Navjyoti School as the new principal.


  1. Eugenie Coakley scna

    Congratulations on your 8 years of successful work at the Navjyoti school! These photos are beautiful – lovely rituals and so many students! Blessings on the next phase of your journey.

  2. Ann Palatty

    Well done, Elize, and congratulations on your achievements at Surkhet. You deserve a good rest. God bless you.

  3. Sr. Deepti SCN

    Congratulations Elize for your dedicated service to our people esp.the students of Surkhet. Wish you the very best to Susan !


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