Every student wants to pass their exams, and while at it, get excellent grades. And every parent wants this for their children. However, in the quest to pass their exams, get good grades, join the honors list and achieve other academic goals, students often struggle with memory loss, overwhelm, time management, and stress. These academic challenges are often accompanied by helplessness. You see, some problems have straightforward answers – if your tap is broken, you hire a plumber; if your eyesight is bad, and you get glasses. If students have issues with academics than we comes into the picture.
The students of Greenvalley celebrated Janmashtami with great devotion and enthusiasm. The school was beautifully decorated with flowers and rangolis, and the students dressed up as Lord Krishna and Radha. The day began with a special assembly where the Principal Mrs Urmila Kanwar gave a speech about the significance of Janmashtami. The students then performed a variety of songs and dances, and there was also a short play about the life of Lord Krishna. The highlight of the event was the breaking of the dahi handi, a pot of curd filled with prizes. The students formed human pyramids to reach the pot, and there was a lot of excitement and laughter as they tried to break it open. The event ended with a delicious feast of traditional Indian dishes. The students enjoyed the food and the company, and they all had a wonderful time celebrating Janmashtami.Read
The Teachers' Day celebration was held on September 5, 2023, at the cocahing auditorium. The program started at 7:00 PM with a prayer song. The Director Dr Dayal Singh spoke about the importance of teachers in our lives and thanked them for their dedication and hard work. The students of class 9 and 10 presented a skit on the importance of education. The skit was well-received by the audience and the teachers were very impressed with the students' acting skills. The students of class 10 sang a song dedicated to their teachers.Read