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O f f i c i a l s

Rev. Dr. Fr. John Alwyn Dias

Rev. Fr. Robin
D’ Souza
Executive Secretary, CEB

Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes
Treasurer, CFSS .

Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo






100% results in ICSE Board exams 2022-23 for the 9th consecutive year
Trinity Central School, Perampalli has made another remarkable achievement. The school has aced the ICSE results with an outstanding performance. With a redoubtable 100% for the 9th consecutive year and 7 students securing 100/100 in different subjects, the students have indeed brought laurels to the school. With 51 students appearing for the exam everyone has passed with flying colours.

Sthuthi Bharadwaj has put in her best efforts and has performed magnificently by securing 98%. She is the topper of the school. Fathimath Zohra stands second with 96.6% whereas, Swasthik B. S secured the third position with 95.2%.

While 25 students have scored above 85%, 22 students have scored 70-84%, 4 students 60-69% and have brought honour and laurels to the school.

The following students defied their adversities by securing 100/100 in the following subjects:
Stuthi Bharadwaj (Mathematics & History civics )
Fathimath Zohra (Mathematics & History civics)
Swasthik B S (Physical Education)
Ayman (Mathematics)
Riyana Edria Dmello (Physical Education)
Dannvi Kotian (Biology)
Cadence Latonia Dsouza (Physical Education)

The hard work of the teachers and the personal accomplishments of the students are no doubt praiseworthy. Trinity Central School has created a ideal position for itself with its consistent performance in the last few years. We are proud of the tenacity and dedication of our students and teachers who have left no stone unturned to outshine with a 100% result. We congratulate all the students and their parents for their outstanding achievement. We wish them all the very best in their future ventures.

'RECONNECT 2023' : Trinity Central school
It was indeed a glorious occasion to Trinity Central School to host ‘Reconnect 2023’, a platform for the alumni to come together as one family . It was held on 17th September 2023, being attended by around 50 alumini. The formal program proceeded in an orderly fashion with Prayer song and Lighting the lamp. The welcome speech was delivered by Mr Clinton ,Vice president of the Alumni Committee. Mr Selvin, Treasurer of the Alumni Committee put forward the financial status of the association through his report. It was followed by an interactive session led by Ms. Deeksha, President of the Alumni Committee, wherein the alumni discussed among themselves a few matters of importance; this discussion included few points such as:
*Hosting a stall during children’s fest as a way to raise funds for the alumni committee in which the alumni have to take part.
*Performing a cultural program such as a group dance during the Annual day from the alumni side.
In his address, The principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo suggested the alumni to create an Instagram and a Facebook page for alumini to maintain a bond among alumini members and to keep in touch with the school. Lastly the words of encouragement from Administrator and Vice Principal Rev Fr. Ravi Rajesh to involve more alumini members in the committee and be active participants was suggested. The program came to end with the vote of thanks by Mr Zain, Joint Secretary. At the end, all alumni members who were present were encouraged to bring other members who were absent today to participate in the next meeting which will be held on October 29, 2023.

A Day for HINDI - Hindi Divas  : Trinity Central school
The department of Hindi Language of Trinity Central School hosted ‘Hindi Divas’ on 14th September 2023. It was a day to show off our skills in Hindi language. Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Principal, spoke and stressed on the importance of keeping alive the rich languages and traditions of India one of such languages being Hindi. Various cultural dances by tiny tots, songs and speeches displayed the skills of our students.

TEACHER- A NATION BUILDER : Trinity Central school
Teacher’s day was celebrated with lots of ardour and fervour at Trinity Central School on 5th September 2023. The formal programme commenced by paying homage to the great teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The concept of being a teacher is much more satisfying and heart warming. Having the same thought ‘Teachers day’ was celebrated with joy and gaiety as the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) took up the initiative to honor the senior teachers and supporting staff to appreciate their hard work. The key note address was delivered by Mr. Srinivas PTA President who in his speech admonished children on how to respect and show regard to teachers and parents. Towards the end of the day, students of grade IX and X, conducted a short program to entertain the teachers. And as a token of appreciation students offered roses to the teachers. It was a real joy to see our students perform for the teachers, and a feeling of contentment for choosing this profession in shaping young minds.

Smooth functioning of the parliament is remarkable for many reasons; a mock parliament session was held on 5th September 2023, at Trinitorium by the various ministers of the cabinet to discuss and debate on a few concerns and practices. The parliament session was attended by SPL Master. Anson John Fernandes (Grade X), ASPL Ms. Saanvi Acharya (Grade IX) and the Opposition Leader Master. Derick (Grade IX) and other cabinet ministers. The session was chaired by the Speaker Ms.Havisha from (Grade IX). Various issues were discussed with regards to discipline, cleanliness, food, sports and general concerns. The parliament was adjourned with a feedback from the moderator, Ms.Reshma. The Principal of the school Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo shared his views regarding the betterment of the school.

Session on STEM and Robotics: Trinity Central school
On September 1st 2023, the team from ‘Generation next’ approached our school to demonstrate our young brains regarding STEM, Robotics and AI. The session was conducted for the students of grade 7. The session highlighted a few points on STEM Robotics which involves Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics. This approach combined with Robotics helps in designing, constructing, operating through computer systems to produce robots. The importance and relevance of such topic which empowers students to write code, control robot behaviors, and explore the intricacies of algorithms was highlighted in the session. This hands-on approach to programming enhanced their understanding and proficiency in coding, enabling them to become future proficient coders in the STEM discipline. Overall this session was beneficial to the students.

“One more golden feather to Trinity”
The success story of Trinity reached to pinnace by adding another feather to its cap as our star performers won many prizes at the Geethagayana event which was held at Milagres School, Udupi on 24th of August 2023. The following students participated in the competition and brought laurels to the school.
Cristal Sharvin D’souza (Grade 8), Unnathi H Shetty (Grade 8), Tanvi M Salian (Grade 8), Shamika Naik (Grade 7), Sanvi Nayak (Grade 8), Melvisha D’souza (Grade 9), Shainal Leona Fernandes (Grade 8), Shravya S (Grade 10) Of Guides bagged First place.

Felisha Shayna Almeida (Grade 3), Lisha Riya Passanha (Grade 4), Manvi K Kanchan (Grade 4), Shanaya Angel Dsouza (Grade 4), Spruha Alape Bhat (Grade 2), Niharika (Grade 4) Of Bul Buls bagged Second place.

Sharanya (Grade 3), Nihali (Grade 4), Premaisie Flavita Dsouza (Grade 4), Saanchi Shrikanth (Grade 4), Samanvi (Grade 4), Yadvi N Shetty (Grade 4) Of Bul Buls bagged Third place

Reyansh Maiya G R (Grade 3), Abhiram Surya (Grade 3), Rishon Aaiden Amanna (Grade 1), Shubhaksh Sinha (Grade 2), Thanish Dayananda Kotian (Grade 1), Arush S (Grade 2) Of Cubs bagged Third place.

This is truly a trailer for the better things to come as our Guides team is going to perform again at the District level singing competition. The Trinity family congratulates and wishes great luck for their future achievement.

A talk on ‘ORAL HYGIENE ’ was conducted on August 22, 2023 at Trinity Central School by Dr. Isha, Dr. Shubhangi, Dr. Yoshitha, Dr. Ronak, Dr. Gouthami and Dr. Nimmy from Department of Pediatric, KMC Manipal. They brought an awareness to the students of Grade 2-4 about oral hygiene and tips to stay healthy. It was a very informative talk for the students, the focus of this session was :
1. Brush your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste.
2. Clean between teeth regularly to remove plaque.
3. Visit the dentist for routine check-ups and professional cleaning.
4. Drink fluoridated water.
5. Eat a well-balanced diet.
Overall it was an informative seminar for the betterment of the children.

Installation and the inauguration of the 'Interact club' : Trinity Central school
The installation and inauguration of the ‘Interact Club’, the service club for the young Rotararians took place on Aug 16, 2023 at Trinity Campus. The eminent Rotarians K. S Jaivittal, Shridhar H, Ganesh Nayak ; who are the members of the Manipal Town club were present at the function. The office bearers from the Trinity Central School were presented and the oath was pronounced along with Divya M. C, the interact co-ordinator of Trinity. K. S Jaivittal addressed the students about the working of the club and stressed on the aspects of various skills of interact club for the betterment of humanity. Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, the principal Trinity Central School welcomed the dignitaries and encouraged the students to take up such responsibilities that come on their way.
The following are the Interact office bearers of Trinity Central School:
President: Prajna Prathap
Secretary: T. Mohd. Thameer.

Tricolour Day Celebration : Trinity Central school
Tricolour Day was celebrated on 14th of August 2023 by the Kindergarten section of Trinity Central School. Children and teachers were dressed in Tricolour attires and the classrooms were decorated with tricolour balloons and pictures pertaining to Tricolour things. Children also brought flags and pictures appropriate for the occasion. Teachers explained to the tiny tots about the imortance of independence day and about the importance of tricolour and what it stands for. Teachers also displayed videos on smart board about the independence day. Drawing and colouring competition was also held on this occasion. Children thoroughly enjoyed the day with the various activities.

INDEPENDENCE DAY : Trinity Central school
Independence Day – 15th August is a day of reverence and patriotism, wherein we remember the sacrifices of our brave visionaries, soldiers, freedom fighters and unsung heroes. This patriotic fervor glowed on the faces of all present for the 77th Independence day celebrations held at Trinity Central School on 15th August 2023. Our chief guest of the event. Mr. B Nagaraj Joshi – a retired Army officer, along with other dignitaries of the day, The Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic coordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis, KG Section head Ms. Renita Monteiro, PTA President Mr. Srinivas, PTA Secretary Ms. Ashwitha and Rev. Fr. Cyril Roshan Menenzes unfurled the Tri-color, to the melodious voices that echoed the national anthem and iterated on the importance of the Independence Day and of our responsibilities as citizens of this country. Mr. B Nagaraj Joshi, our chief guest of the day was felicitated by the dignitaries on the dias. The students presented a wonderful, educative and entertaining cultural programme that was enjoyed by all. Ms. Kushi of grade 9, welcomed the gathering, and introduced the guests of the day. The vote of thanks was adhered by master Ronan of Grade 6. Ms. Thanvi. R. Vittal and Ms. Inchara of grade 9, compered the programme. Sweets were distributed to all to celebrate this wonderful occasion.

Trinity Triumphs: Taekwondo Achiever
CISCE Karnataka regional level Taekwondo competition was held at Vidyashree Public School, Bangalore on 10th August 2023. Our Trinitarian Master.

Glen Mark Colaso of grade 10 bagged second position in the under-17 category Taekwondo competition.

The Principal, Staff and the Management congratulates the achiever for his amazing achievement.


A glimpse of KG activities : Trinity Central school
Children feel energised when the pure blossoms of the flora and adorable critters blend in their daily routine.

Trinity Triumphs:
CISCE Karnataka regional level swimming competition was held at Sudarshan Vidyamandir ICSE Academy, Bangalore from 3rd to 5th August 2023. Ms. Seana Dlima of Trinity Central School studying in grade 6 bagged third position in 200m free style and 200m medley competition. The Principal, Staff and the Management congratulates the achiever for her amazing achievement.

Birthdays are special for every child. When coupled with a generous heart it becomes a memorable moment to cherish. We express our gratitude to the following children, who gifted books to the school on the occasion of their birthday, during the month of June and July:
Henson (grade 8), Laksh (grade 6), Myron (grade 4), Anishka. P (grade 2), Rashel Mascarenhas (grade 7), Zoya (grade 4), Yashika (grade 4), Ayushi (grade 7), Rashmitha (grade 4), Nifa (grade 5), Yashika (grade 4), Zoya (grade 4), Ayushi (grade 7), Aaradhya Goswami (UKG), Mohammed Salaah Hakim (grade 3)

PINK DAY CELEBRATION : Trinity Central school
Pink day was celebrated on 4th of August 2023 by the Kindergarten section of Trinity Central School. Little Barbies and Ken’s looked charming in their pink outfis. The classrooms were decorated with pink balloons and pictures of pink things to celebrate the occasion. Children were asked to bring pink coloured objects/toys from home and express a few sentences about them. Students participated enthusiastically as they spoke about their favourite objects/toys. Pink food items were brought for snacks and each child was curious to know what pink magic was coming from the boxes. They were in all smiles as they saw boxes filled with pink halwa, pink chapati, pink dosa and pink idlis.
The following activities were conducted on this day.
Nursery – Lady finger print on Barbie frock and dotting the spectacle with marker.
Pre kg- Flamingo craft and paper sticking on ice cream.
LKG A- Candy stick and Tissue paper crumble print on cake.
LKG B- Origami butterfly and earbuds dabbing on Peppa pig.
UKG A- Origami lotus and spray painting on teddy bear.
UKG B- Handband flower and salt sprinkling on lotus.
UKG C- Paper folding Barbie bag and candy sticking activity.

Save trees, save life : Trinity Central school
‘Planting a tree is much better than wearing a mask to be safe from pollution.’
A special program was organized to bring awareness about afforestation, an occasion which unitedly brought all the minds together with one definite purpose, that is nothing but save trees and save life. We the Trinitarians celebrated the day by sowing the vegetable seeds at Scout and Guides training centre, Alevooru under the guidance of Kannada and Cultural Department, Udupi district. Students of Grade 9 along with some staff participated in the aforesaid event. The rapid technological advancement has increased pressure on our environment. Plantation drives are a practical and effective way of engaging students early and making them aware of the challenges they will have to address in order to conserve the environment for our future generations. The special event came to an end once the students got to know the importance and need for planting trees.

Yellow Day Celebration : Trinity Central school
Yellow day was celebrated on 21st July 2023 by the kindergarten students of Trinity Central School. Children as well as teachers looked like the glowing sun in their yellow attires. The classrooms were decorated with yellow balloons and pictures corresponding to yellow things to celebrate the occasion. Children were asked to bring. Yellow coloured objects/toys from home and were instructed to express a few sentences about them. Students participated enthusiastically as they spoke about their favourite objects/toys. Children also brought yellow food items for snacks and were like inquisitive little kittens checking everybody’s snack boxes. They were in all smiles as they saw boxes filled with halwa, yellow dosa and idlis yellow fruits such as banana, mango etc. Teachers explained to the students that yellow is a primary colour, and is the colour of sunshine and happiness. The children were engaged in fun and interesting activities, which they thoroughly enjoyed.

Paddy plantation : Trinity Central school
After the successful event of getting sludgy in the fields, Trinity Central School is glad to be the part of another spectacular event ‘Paddy Plantation’. The event took place on July 22, 2023 at Bhandasale fields, Perampalli. This event was organized to bring about the awareness about agriculture and farming, to the present day generation. During the hour-long labour, the children learnt so much from both presentations and many hands-on experiences they had. The day was filled with laughter, smiles and chatter as the children immersed themselves as farmers. As educators, we know that learning from first-hand experiences provide the richest, deepest and longest-lasting learning for students, and this visit certainly provided exactly that. Cubs and Bulbul students of grade 4, Scouts and Guides of Grade 5 to 8, YSM students, and a few students of Grade 6 to 8 participated in this event.

A talk on ‘ROAD SAFETY’ was conducted on JULY 20, 2023 at Trinity Central School by Mr. Nagesh, ASI Udupi. He brought an awareness to the students of Grade 1-10 about road safety and tips to be safe on the road. It was a very informative talk for the students as it brought awareness about the accidents caused due to our negligence, as well as how one has to be cautious while driving. Overall it was an informative seminar for the holistic development of the children.

Shining stars of Trinity :
The following students of CUBS and BULBULS have successfully completed their TRITIYA CHARAN exam.

The Principal, Staff and the Management congratulate the achievers for their amazing achievement.

Karate tournament achiever : Trinity Central school
There is no dearth for talents at Trinity. Because at Trinity the students are always on the ladder of excellence. This was proved yet again as Dhanvitha of Grade 7 secured Third place in Kumite and Second place in Kata in the black belt category in the first season of National Level Open Karate Tournament held at Udupi. The Principal, Staff and the Management congratulate her for her marvelous achievement.

Art and Craft competition : Trinity Central school
Creativity and celebrations are like a hand that fits in glove. Our students indulged themselves and brought out their creative streak to the fore as the art and craft competition was held for all students from Grade 1 to 10. The corridors and school quadrangles and classrooms were lit up, with various, creative art displays of lamps, boats, pen stands, flower vases and with other vibrant wonderful art works. Students made craft decor from environment friendly and recyclable materials mainly old plastic bottles, newspapers, coconut shells etc. All students had put their best creative efforts and imagination to the fore. The day was well spent and enjoyed by all.

PTA meeting @ Trinity Central school
The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) meeting of the academic year 2023-24 was organized on 17th July 2023 at 4:30 p.m. in order to implement new ideas in teaching and learning. Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Principal of the school introduced new plans for the academic year 2023-24 and sought Co-operation from both parents as well as students. After which the election for PTA for the present academic year was held. Mr Srinivas and Ms. Ashwitha were elected as PTA President and Secretary respectively. Mr Sudeesh was chosen as Treasurer and Ms Deepthi as Joint Secretary. The newly elected PTA office bearers were congratulated in the presence of Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo and the vice principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao. The program came to an end with the serving of refreshment for all the gathered.

Young Students Movement (YSM) : Trinity Central school
Young Students Movement Udupi district having the aim “to build a new society” organised a training programme as well as the central council election for the animators and council members on July 15, 2023 in which our Trinity Central School office bearers took an active participation. In the election Ms.Havisha of Grade 9 was elected as YSM Udupi district secretary. The programme was conducted at Mother of Sorrows Church Auditorium, Udupi. The programme began with an inter-religious prayer conducted by YSM students followed by ice breaking session and fun-filled activities for the students. The activities gave an opportunity for all the students to have an interaction with each other.

Trinity Triumps: Trinity Central school
Trinity received yet another feather on its cap through an extraordinary achievement as they represented CISCE Karnataka zone handball tournament held at Shantha Vidyanikethan, Chikkaballapura on 11th and 12th of July. We are overwhelmed at the selection of four of our students from under-14 and one student from under 17 for the National team representing Karnataka.
1. Hifaz Imran from Garde IX (under 17)
2. Preetham Uday Kundar Grade VIII (under 14)
3. Pranav Grade VIII( under 14)
4. Mohammad Mushfiq Ali Grade VIII( under 14)
5. Karthik Grade VIII( under 14)
It is with a sense of pride an honour we preconize that our under 14 team displayed great spotsman spirit and secured the Third place. The Trinity family is proud of this achievement and wishes great luck for their future achievement

Silverzone Olympiad winners : Trinity Central school
Achievement through learning is a privilege, but to achieve beyond the pages of books calls for honour.
The following students have shown their excellent performance in the Silverzone Olympiads. The medals of the meritorious students are given below.
1. Hiba Fathima (grade 2) : Gold- smart kid G.K and English language, Silver- Mathematics
2. Shubhaksh Sinha (grade 2) : Gold- Mathematics and Science
3. B. Prakyath (grade 3) : Gold- Mathematics and Science, Zonal rank- 1st
4. Yajna Uday Kumar (grade 4) : Gold- smart kid G.K, reasoning and aptitude, informatics and English language
Bronze- Mathematics
5. Shivanshi Sinha (grade 4) : Gold- Mathematics and Science
6. Daniel Anthony Gomes (grade 4) : Silver- Maths, Science, smart kid G. K, English language, Participation certificate in Social studies
7. Dakshish S. Kunder (grade 4) : Gold- Social studies and Hindi, Bronze- Science and English language
8. Aashrith Jayantha Salian (grade 4) : Silver – English language
9. Kreezma Dsouza (grade 5) : Gold- Mathematics, Informatics Olympiad, Silver- Science, English language, smart kid G.K
10. N. Rohith Karanth (grade 5) : Gold- Science, English language, Social studies, smart kid G.K
11. Samuel Anthony Gomes (grade 6) : Gold- Science
12. Seana Dsilva (grade 6) : Participation certificate- Social
13. Shamika Naik (grade 7) : Gold- Science, Silver- Mathematics
14. Marrielle Dsouza (grade 10) : Participation certificate – Mathematics and Science

Session for the transport crew @ Trinity Central school
Drivers behind the wheels of educational institution at Trinity Central School, Perampalli received tips and training on how to ensure safe driving as part of the awareness program being taken up by Amar Jyothi Automobiles (SML) on July 11th 2023. The drivers were asked a few questions on safety rules as part of the training programme. Other key aspects that include road signs, regulations, road markings, and road-safety issues such as overspeeding and overtaking were also discussed. The session ended with the feedback and as a token of love and respect, momento and the participation certificates were given to all the drivers. Later, refreshment was served to all.

Session on "Busting Fake News" @ Trinity Central school
“The biggest room in the world is the room for improvement.”– Helmut Schmidt
There is always a scope for improvement. In order to pace with fast moving world and to update themselves with the modern world, A workshop on “Busting Fake News” was held on July 15th 2023. It was conducted by Ms. Geetika Vashishata, a teacher, communicator and media literacy educator (FACTSHALA TRAINER). The focus of this workshop was to teach people about the misinformation generated by conventional social media in today’s world and educate people about how to consume information critically. As all that begins well ends well even the thought providing and inspiring workshop came to an end with the vote of thanks by Ms. Mayuri. After which Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Principal felicitated Ms. Geetika Vashishata.

Training program by the team "Extra Marks" @ Trinity Central school
These days the classes make use of digital technology to help students study more effectively. The numerous audio and visual aids used in school complement and make learning fun and engaging. The platform improves teacher-student interaction and makes classes beneficial for students. Likewise, the teaching staff along with Principal and Vice Principal attended the training program by the team “Extra Marks” on July 15th 2023. This session was conducted by Mr. Shreerag, the extramarks trainer. The session lasted for an hour and came to an by thanking Mr. Shreerag for conducting the session.

Chandrayaana-3 : Trinity Central school
14th July 2023 will always be etched in golden letters as far as India’s space sector is concerned. For it is the day Chandrayaan-3, India’s third lunar mission, embarked on its journey. This remarkable mission carried the hopes and dreams of our nation. Witnessing this astonishment our Trinity Central School students were eager to watch the launch through live at sharp 2:30pm along with teaching and non teaching staff. ith India aiming the moon for the third time with Chandrayaan-3, Indians cannot keep calm. That was the feeling of all Trinitarians. Wishing the best for Chandrayaan-3 mission!

Blue day celebration @ Trinity Central school
Blue day was celebrated on July 10th, 2023 by the kindergarten section of Trinity Central School. Children as well as teachers wore blue attires and the classrooms were decorated with blue balloons to celebrate the occasion. Children were asked to bring blue coloured objects/toys from home and express a few sentences about them. All students were very enthusiastic and glad to utter a few words about their favourite objects/toys. Teachers explained to the students that blue is a primary colour, and gave vivid examples of the ocean, skies and seas. The children were engaged in fun and interesting activities, which they thoroughly enjoyed.
The following activities were conducted pertaining to ‘Blue Day’.
Nursery- A rainy day and footprint art.
PRE-KG- A rainy day and blue origami fish.
LKG- Thumbprint peacock and origami blue whale.
UKG – Blow painting peacock and origami peacock.

"A fun and frolic day at the sludgy fields" : Trinity Central school
When the first monsoon showers touch the feet of the earth, there feels a sense of calm and coolness. Trinity Central School has been alluring in and around Udupi through amazing presentations over the years. This was proved yet again as the school hosted “A fun and frolic day at the sludgy fields” on the 2nd of July 2023 at Bhandasale fields of Perampalli. The Chief Guest of the program Mr. Ragupathi Bhat, former MLA of udupi, S Harikrishna Shivattaya, an agriculturist, the Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Vice Principal and the administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic coordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis, PTA president Mr. Krishna Shridharan were present on the dias. To the beats of the drum, resonance of trumpets and with a thunderous applause the guests were escorted in a ceremonial way. With grace and poise, the fidelity for our culture was glorified with the procession from the school to the Bhandasale field. A wonderful day began by glorifying the Almighty, through a prayer song sung by the staff. Ms. Sharon Dsouza welcomed the gathering. The programme was followed by a speech by the Chief Guest.

Green day- KG section : Trinity Central school
Vanamahotsav and Green day was celebrated on 9th June 2023 by the kindergarten section of Trinity Central School. Children and Teachers were dressed in green attires and the classrooms were decorated with green balloons. Teachers explained to the tiny tots about the importance of Vanamahotsav day and about the need for planting of saplings. Teachers also Displayed videos about planting of seed sapling and trees on smart board. Interesting and creative activities were conducted which the children throughly enjoyed. The following activities were conducted on this day;
Nursery; Palm printing. Pre-kg: Palm printing. LKG: Seed sapling and leaf sticking. UKG: Palm printing and flower pot making

Vanamahotsava Day : Trinity Central school
Van Mahotsava means “Tree Festival”. This tree planting festival is observed annually, over a period of week starting from 1st July to 7th July. To create awareness about preserving the trees and nature ‘Vanamahotsava Day’ was celebrated in the school. The program began with the school choir leading the prayer. The PTA president Mr. Krishna Shridharan was the chief guest of the program, Rev. Fr Sunil Dominic Lobo, the Principal presided over the program. Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, the Vice Principal and Ms Magalina Lewis, the academic co-ordinator were present. Vihaan of grade 7 welcomed the gathering. The program was inaugurated by planting a sapling by all the dignitaries. Rachel Prisha Ammanna of grade 7 articulated the importance of the day. She gave a brief information about the significance of observing the Vanamahotsava Day. The students of grade 7 emphasised the importance of saving ‘Mother Nature’. Through their street play they encouraged to keep our surroundings green and clean and to raise voice against every act of harming the Earth. Thereafter Vishisht of grade 7 presented some facts and figures concerning the nature. The students also expressed their love towards the environment through a song.

A talk on ‘ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE’ was conducted on June 30, 2023 at Trinity Central School by Fr. Charles Saldanha, the Director of Asha Kiran De-addiction Centre, Herur, Brahmavar. He has conducted several such talks from which the youth have benefited a lot. Fr. Charles brought an awareness about alcohol and drug usage to the students of Grade 9 and 10. Highlight of the session was how the alcohol and drugs interfere with the brain’s communication pathways, and can affect the way the brain works. It was a very informative talk for the students as it brought awareness about various diseases caused due to the usage of drugs and alcohol. Overall it was an enlightening seminar for the holistic development of the children.

Father's visit : Trinity Central school
It was a blissful moment as Fr. Robin Victor Dsouza CEB Executive Secretary and Fr. Maxim Dsilva, Society Administrator visited our school on 27.06.2023 for the annual visitation. During the assembly the Trinity family welcomed Fr. Robin Victor Dsouza and Fr. Maxim Dsilva wholeheartedly through a thunderous applause. Fr. Robin Victor Dsouza and Fr. Maxim Dsilva witnessed the school assembly activity presented by young talents of Trinity and congratulated them for bringing out their best. In his address , Fr Robin wished the best for the staff and encouraged the students to do better in academics and co-curricular activities. In his message Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo welcomed both the fathers and thanked them for their visit. After the formal program, both the fathers proceeded with the school inspection, wherein they took keen interest to meet each student and the staff member. They were also grateful for the whole Trinity family for its hospitality. The principal of the school, Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, The vice principal and the administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, The academic coordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis with the teaching and non teaching staff thanked Fr. Robin Victor Dsouza and Fr. Maxim Dsilva and wished them best for their future endeavors.

International Yoga Day : Trinity Central school
“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.”
The International Yoga Day was celebrated on June 21, 2023. Master Preetham and Ms. Aislin from grade 8 hosted the program which lasted for an hour. The Lord’s prayer was Sung by the students of Grade 8. Ms. Unnathi of grade 8 welcomed the gathering. The Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal and administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic coordinator Ms. Magadelina Lewis were present. Further the importance of the day was articulated by Miss. Nishka of Grade 8 through a speech in which the uses, the functions and the results of practicing yoga were highlighted. Few asanas were performed for an hour by the students of grade 8 while highlighting their importance through commentary. This session was guided by Ms. Veena and Ms. Namratha. In his message, the principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo highlighted the need of yoga and asked the students to implement the practice of yoga in their daily routine. Ms. Anushree of grade 8 proposed the vote of thanks. The curtain was drawn to the Yoga Day celebration by chanting yoga mantra and thereafter everyone joined the chorus in singing the school Anthem.

Investiture Ceremony : Trinity Central school
True leaders understand that leadership is not about them, but about those they serve. True leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders. Leadership is all about persuasion, presentation and people skills. “The School Parliament” was formed on June 16, 2023. The students from nursery – grade 10 witnessed their leaders taking the oath and promising to work for the betterment of the school. Ms. Shifa of grade 10 hosted the program by giving a brief introduction of the investiture ceremony. The Chief Guest of the program Ms Veena B. N, the Deputy District Commissioner of udupi, the Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Academic Coordinator, Ms. Magdelina Lewis, Primary section head Dr. Poornima Devadiga, Pre-Primary Section Head Ms Renita Monteiro, Ms Archana Shetty teacher- in- charge of grades 8-10 and Ms Shruthi D’Souza teacher-in-charge of grades 5-7 were present on the dais. Prayer is the song of the heart. It reaches the ear of God even if it is mingled with the cry and tumult of a thousand men. The prayer was melodiously sung by our school choir. A loving word of hearty welcome, from the heart is the sweetest of all things in life. True to this Anushka of grade 10 welcomed all. The investiture ceremony is one of the first momentous occasions of the school. Delegation of responsibility and giving authority to students is important, as it teaches them lifelong skills of being responsible, powerful and caring; at the same time making them best citizens of this country. Newly appointed leaders were all set to shoulder their responsibilities as they put their best foot forward in a co-ordinated march.

Institution day celebration : Trinity Central school
Intelligence and Character that is the true goal of educational institution. Trinity Central School with the motto “Enlightenment Through Knowledge” was established with a humble and noble intention of providing all round development to the rural students through quality education. Now being in the Crystal Year of Jubilee, under the patronage of Holy Trinity, the school has come a long way. The celebration of the institution day was observed on 12th June 2023 and was organised by the students of grade 5. The celebration began with the warm greetings to the dignitaries, principal Rev Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo and academic coordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis. Pujith of grade 5 spoke about the importance of the day. In his speech he conveyed Trinity as a place of Unity, which promotes cooperation and peaceful living. Kreezma of grade 5 briefed, the school history and also specified that the school is entering to its 15th crystal year in 2023. A play which gives a message about unity was exhibited by grade 5 students. Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo spoke about the importance of the day and conveyed his message on the theme Unity. The school anthem which awakens the spirit of unity was sung with great pride and respect by the gathering. The entire program was hosted by Aasmitha and Ethan Clive of grade 5.

Resource Persons: Fr. Ashwil Dias and Fr. Cyril Lobo
Date: Friday, 02 June 2023
‘Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work in hand. The sun rays do not burn until brought to a focus’ – Graham Bell
This proverb is as old as Graham Bell, for its importance lies in those words. Ms. Akshatha and Ms. Preetha Furtado welcomed the resource persons and the gathering. The resource persons then continued with the session on social media for the students of grade 6-10. In their seminar, they highlighted about career guidance, life skills and character building. Social media which is playing a huge role in the present day was dealt upon. As the session drew to a close, Fr. Cyril Lobo and Fr. Ashwil Dias answered some queries and interesting questions raised by the students with much enthusiasm and liveliness. On a concluding note the principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo conveyed the heartfelt gratitude to both the priests. As a token of love and respect momento was given.

Welcome back to the students for the academic year 2023-24 : Trinity Central school
“Every moment is a fresh beginning”- T. S Eliot
The school bell has rung again after a long break and our children are back to school with enthusiasm and vigour. With smiling faces the students from Grade 1 to 10 trudged into the school campus. They were welcomed by their class teachers to their respective classrooms. After settling down and looking at their newly decorated classrooms the students were accompanied by their teachers to the Trinitoium for their formal welcome. The assembly began with the prayer hymn sung by the choir students of grade 8, 9 and 10. Ms.Mayuri welcomed all the students to the new academic year 2023-24. As a symbol of prosperity in the new year lighting of the lamp was done by the principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, vice principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, former ASPL Deepthi of grade 10 and Cleon Saldanha of grade 1. The principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo welcomed the students through his speech and briefed the rules and regulations of the school to the students and wished them the best for the upcoming days. The staff and students from grade 1 to 10 were present for the program. The newly joined staff introduced themselves and wished a hearty welcome to all the students. After which the newly admitted students from grade 1-9 came forward to introduce themselves. Ms. Mayuri hosted the entire program.

Session on mind mapping and psychology : Trinity Central school
“ Happiness is the only thing that multiplies when you share it.” – Albert Schweitzer.
A thoughtful session on mind mapping and psychology by Tanuja Maben, Founder of “Forrader academy” and the vice president of POWER organizations was held on 29th May 2023. Ms. Akshatha Amin welcomed the gathering. Mrs. Tanuja Maben was florally welcomed by principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo. The session which went on for three hours was filled with activities and valuable inputs. The mission of the session was to offer one stop solutions to various mind and life issues and to transform and empower lives. On a concluding note three main solutions: Smile everyday, appreciate everyone and re- frame your thoughts for a happy life was suggested by the resource person. The session ended with the feedback given by Ms. Sunitha and Ms. Susan. Ms. Sushma delivered the vote of thanks.

PTA GATHERING – 2023-24 : Trinity Central school
“Together may we give our children the roots to grow and the wings to fly......
The first PTA gathering of the academic year 2023-24 was held on 27th May 2023. The Chief guest for the day Rev Fr. Valerian Mendonca, The Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic co-ordinator Ms Magdelina Lewis, Primary Section Head Ms. Poornima Devadiga, Pre-Primary Section Head Ms. Renita Monterio, PTA president Mr. Krishna Shridharan, PTA secretary Ms.Priya Furtado were present on the dias. The program began by glorifying the Almighty, through a prayer song sung by the teachers' choir. It was followed by lighting of the lamp symbolizing the light of the knowledge. Ms. Benita welcomed the gathering. Trinity Central School started from humble beginning in 2009 with 47 students on roll, and now in 2023 it is entering into its 15th year with much enthusiasm and vigour, as it has grown exponentially well in all walks be it academics, infrastructure, environment etc. As Trinity is entering into its 15th year, the dignitaries were escorted by the staff and the PTA members to the Brindisi block for the inauguration of the Crystal Jubilee year. The dignataries inaugurated the Jubilee Year by unfurling the Jubilee banner. Further the annual school magazine Tritv 2022-2023, which is a mirror that reflects the achievement and growth of the students and the institution was released after a gap of 3 long years by the Chief guest Rev Fr. Valerian Mendonsa. Thereafter, the chief guest addressed the gathering with his words of wisdom. Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao introduced the teachers, support staff and transport crew to the parents and appreciated their determined service to the school.

Session on staff development and classroom management: Trinity Central school
“Continuous personal and professional development is a key to the future”
This quote became a reality as the teaching staff of Trinity Central School had the pleasure to attend a seminar on staff development and classroom management by Mr Ignatius Kuriakose on 25th May 2023. Ms. Mayuri Thakur welcomed the gathering. Mr.Ignatius Kuriakose is a passionate and highly effective learning and development facilitator. He emphasized on the development of the students within the classroom atmosphere and their management. The session stressed on establishing the pupil self-control through a process of promoting positive student achievement and behavior. The highlights of the seminar was academic achievement, teacher efficacy, and teacher and student behavior are directly linked with the concept of classroom management. At the end of the session Ms. Benita proposed the vote of thanks. She also thanked Mr. Chethan from Orient Blackswann Publishing House for arranging the session.

Session on Phonetics : Trinity Central school
“By learning you will teach; By teaching you will learn”
As the academic year 2023-24 is about to commence, the teachers of Trinity Central School had the privilege to take part in a session on Phonetics by Prof. Raju Victor on 23rd and 24th May 2023. Ms. Steffi Saldanha welcomed him. Prof. R. Victor is a freelance trainer, erudite educator and a trained counselor. In his talk, he stressed upon the vowel sounds and letters, and the nature of English. His talk also included points on how we could access as teachers and establish better student-teacher bond. The interactive session helped teachers to learn more efficient pronunciation and was concluded with some pronunciation practices. On the second day the session was on the simple pronunciation mistakes that we all do, and a easy remedy for the right pronunciation was given and practiced by the repetition skill. The two days session was concluded by felicitating Prof. R. Victor and Mr. Preetham with a vote of thanks by Ms. Volita Carvalho.

“A new beginning... and things will change.” : Trinity Central school
With enthusiasm and vigour the teaching staff returned to their second home on 22nd May 2023 at 9 am. A fresh start was given to the celebration by glorifying the Almighty after which the principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo welcomed all the staff. Trinity Central School is extremely privileged to welcome 13 newly joined energetic teaching staff. After a brief self introduction, a few quick fun games were conducted to break the ice. Thereafter instructions and guidelines for the academic year were given to all. After a short refreshment break, the meeting concluded with the distribution of the duties to all the teachers.

SITE BLESSING at Trinity Central school
Under the soft warmth of the morning sun and blue lit sky, the students and staff of the school gathered at the main ground for the blessing of the site for the new academic block. This momentous occasion was graced by Rev. Fr. Robin Victor D’Souza, Executive Secretary of the Capuchin Education Board and Rev. Fr. Vijesh Menezes, Treasurer Capuchin Friars Service Society. Joining them on the dais was our Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic Co-ordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis and Contractor Mr. Stany Rodrigues. The short program commenced with a prayer song led by the teachers, after which the esteemed dignitaries were welcomed with a bouquet. This was followed by the prayer service and the blessing of the site by Rev. Fr. Robin Victor D’Souza. In his address, Fr. Robin conveyed his elation with regards to the progress made by the school since its inception. The program was compered by Ms. Preetha Furthado, who also enunciated the words of welcome and thanksgiving.

Cubs and Bulbul Residential Camp at Trinity Central school
Cubs and bulbuls is the next lap into the journey towards scouting and guiding. Character building and instilling self discipline with thoughtfulness for each other at the tender age is its aim . It’s motive is to inculcate self discipline in the young generation and also help in their physical and mental growth. Children learn to live a self disciplined independent life. Keeping this in mind the school organized a two day residential camp on 28/03/2023 and 29/03/2023. The inauguration of the summer camp was done by the Principal Rev Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo and Vice-Principal Rev Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao in the midst of masters and flock leaders, scouts guides teachers and students in the school premise. Various fun filled games, BP6 exercises, different activities like craft making, mat making, cooking without fire, Kim’s game, action songs, mask making, group acting based on the situation and treasure hunt were held and children participated actively in all the events. The students were taken for a small outing around the school vicinity. Later a camp fire was organised for the students at night. The students who were divided into different groups performed various acts. It was a spectacular view to witness the young buds of Trinity exhibiting their talents and showcasing their abilities.

Kindergarten Graduation day at Trinity Central school
Graduation is an exciting time. It is both an ending and a beginning; it has warm memories of the past and big dreams for the future. The pre-schoolers of the Trinity Central School celebrated their graduation day on the 25 th March 2023 in the Trinitorium. All the kids clad in their graduation costumes led by Miss. Leslia Soares proudly marched the pathway of Trinity Central school along with the dignitaries – Chief guest Rev. Fr. Lancy Joel Saldanha, Prinicipal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice- Prinicipal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic Co-ordinator Ms.Magdalina Lewis, Pre-primary section in-charge Ms. Renita Monteiro swaying to the rhythm of the school band. The programme started with a prayer by Trinity staff which was followed by a welcome dance by LKG Children. Young graduates Cerah Susan Eby, Trupthi Naik and Joshua Serrao shared their experiences and memories of the time spent in kindergarten. In order to acknowledge the hardwork of the little graduates, the chief guest of the day Rev. Fr. Lancy Joel Saldanha, Prinicipal of St.Mary’s Central School, Kinnigoli honoured the children by distributing graduation certificates. The Chief guest then addressed the gathering advising the parents to be cautious in differentiating the wants and needs of the children.

Thanksgiving Day at Trinity Central School
Gratitude brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow. Being thankful is the essence of all the art. The Trinity Family celebrated ‘Thanksgiving Day’ on 24th March 2023. It was a day to thank Almighty and to thank each other. It was the day to be thankful for all the blessings showered during the academic year.
The day began with the Thanksgiving Eucharistic Mass for the catholic students. Later all the students gathered in the Trinitorium for the thanks giving celebration. The program began with the prayer song sung by the teachers. The Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao and Academic co-ordinator Ms Magdalina Lewis were present on the dais. The Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo announced the winners of the best class assembly as well as the best house of the academic year 2022-23 and gave away the trophies to the respective classes and houses. The Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao gave away the certificates for the students with 100% attendance. Ms.Leslia Soares, who has served the institute for 10 years and is now leaving the institute, was felicitated on this juncture. Ms Steffi Saldanha read out the citation and the dignitaries on the dais conferred a traditional felicitation to Ms LesliaSoares. After the felicitation Ms LesliaSoares expressed her feelings and thanked everyone.

Blood Donation Camp at Trinity Central School
Every blood donor is a life saver. It is said that your little effort in donating blood can give others a second chance to live life. Trinity Central School always believes in imparting value based education to its students. It strives to make its students socially responsible citizens of the country. With this motive, a voluntary blood donation camp in association with District Government Hospital blood bank, Udupi was organized in the school premises. Dr Manjushree Pai, Pathologist , District Government Hospital blood bank, Udupi was the guest on the occasion. The Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao and Dr Manjushree Pai were present on the dais. The program began with the prayer melodiously sung by the teachers. After the prayer the dignitaries on the dais along with PTA representatives inaugurated the blood donation camp by lighting the lamp. After the formal inaugural program the members of the staff and parents moved to donate blood. Around 57 units of blood were collected and handed over to the blood bank. Refreshments were given to all the donors and non donors who were present. Many parents and well wishers volunteered in joining hands in this noble deed of saving life. The school management remains grateful to all the donors and appreciates their generosity.

Birthday of the Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo at Trinity Central School
A great Principal builds character, inspires dreams, encourages creativity, builds confidence, instills love of learning, touches souls and changes life forever. The Trinity Family is blessed with such a motivating Principal in the person of Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo. And the 41st birthday of the Principal was celebrated on 28/02/2023 Al though Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo celebrated his gift of life on 27/02/2023; the official birthday celebration at school was done on the 28th of February. All the students gathered in the Trinitorium to wish their beloved Principal. Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, the Vice Principal spoke a few words about Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo and his exemplary service towards the upliftment of the school, which followed with the cutting of the cake. Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo also spoke at this juncture. He specially thanked Almighty for all the gracious blessings on his life and also thanked each and everyone for the wonderful birthday celebration. The students sweetened their tooth with the delicious cake given by their Principal.

National Science Day at Trinity Central School
National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir C. V. Raman on 28 February 1928. In 1986, the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC) asked the Government of India to designate February 28 as National Science Day. The event is now celebrated all over India in schools, colleges, universities and other academic, scientific, technical, medical and research institutions. On this occasion Trinity Central School observed a science week from 20th of February – 28th of February 2023. Display of the articles, science facts, contribution of the scientists and riddles for all the grades were done. Students from all the grades actively participated. On 28th February – The science day was observed with much enthusiasm with the theme “Global science for global well-being” Aaryan Farooq of grade 9 delivered the thought for the day, students of grade 4 enlightened the gathering with few science facts. Saanvi of grade 8 conveyed the importance of the science day. The choir team dedicated the song with the theme science. Quiz was conducted by Riyana of grade 9, Anushree of grade 7 and Aaryan of grade 6. Award for the best class was won by grade 8 A and the best house board was won by Spoleto from Bonaventure block and Greccio from Brindisi block. Award was given on the basis of scientific facts and science articles on which students have worked on. In the end the, best wishes with the short message on science day was given by the vice principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao.

‘Celebrating grey hair with awesome grand children’, - Grandparents’ Day at Trinity Central School
The Grandparents’ Day was celebrated on 25th of February, 2023 in Trinity School. Around 350 grandparents with a silver lining on their hair but golden hearts participated with enthusiasm and vigor along with their grand children on the occasion. Dr Shruthi Ballal, a Diabetologist and Family Physician was the chief guest of the occasion. Dr Shruthi Ballal is a member and Joint Secretary of Indian Medical Association (IMA) Udupi and she serves at Big Medical Center Udupi. The Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Lobo and Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao escorted the chief guest Dr Shruthi Ballal to the dais. The teachers led everyone into a beautiful prayer song. Ms Akshatha Amin hosted the program. Ms Pallavi Santhosh welcomed the gathering; meanwhile the principal accorded a floral welcome to the chief guest. Light symbolizes love; it illuminates knowledge eradicating darkness and ignorance. The program was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries on the dais and by the grandparents. Dr Shruthi Ballal, the chief guest of the day addressed the gathering. She emphasized mainly that, ‘Prevention is better than cure’. She highlighted various reasons for different health conditions at their age and also gave them tips to maintain a healthy lifestyle. She addressed the much needed topics like Diabetes, Hypertension, Thyroid, Harmonal Imbalance, Obesity and PCOD. Parents interacted with the doctor and cleared many doubts regarding their health issues. A routine health check up was done for all the grandparents on the occasion and suggestions were given personally about their health conditions. After the health check up the grandparents ate sumptuous snacks and refreshments.

Farewell party to their beloved seniors : Trinity Central School.
“Goodbye doesn’t mean the end, it means we will soon meet each other again”. It was a pleasant day as the grade 9 students organized a farewell party to their beloved seniors. To the resonance of the nasic band grade 10 students were welcomed. This was witnessed by the principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, vice principal and administrator Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic coordinator Ms. Magadelina Lewis, PTA members, Teaching and all the non teaching staffs. As a token of greeting, welcome gifts were distributed to the grade 10 students. The prayer song was sung by the students of grade 9. To cherish the memories of years cake cutting was done by the students of grade 10. The principal, vice principal, academic coordinator and all the subject heads presented the mementos to the outgoing batch as a symbol of reminiscence. Our beloved principal wished the grade 10 students a splendid success ahead. Mr. Ranjith the class teacher of grade 10 also wished the students. Few words about their time at Trinity were shared by master Anuroop and master Swasthik. Best outgoing student award was announced by the principal based on the overall performance observed in these years, which was won by Ms.Sthuthi Bharathdwaj. The farewell program then continued with the cultural events organized by grade 9 students which also included funny games and the mouth watering refreshment and a special lunch.

Orange day at Trinity Central School.
Orange day was celebrated on 17th of Feb’23 in the kindergarten section of Trinity Central school. Children and teachers wore orange attires and the classrooms were decorated with orange balloons.Children were also encouraged to bring orange objects from home.All students were very eager for their turn to showcase and talk about the things they brought from home. Children also brought orange food items for snacks and they were very inquisitive to check on everybody’s snack boxes. They had all smiles to see each of their boxes filled with oranges, carrots, carrot halwa, papaya, orange dosa and orange idlis. Teachers explained the students that orange is a secondary colour. It is a colour which can be derived by mixing red and yellow. All the children were happy to mix and get the orange colour. Teachers explored a few more objects and encouraged children to draw and colour them in their drawing book. Children drew carrots, pumpkin, marigold, goldfish, sunrise, crab and many more items to name a few.
The following activities were conducted on this day.
Nursery- Bottle print orange flowers
LKG- Balloon stamping activity - Carrot
UKG – Paper crush and stick activity – Pumpki

‘Enchanting Safari’- Children’s Fest 2022-23 : Trinity Central School.
A fun filled Children’s fest with an enthusiastic theme, ‘Enchanting Safari’, depicting the love and affection towards the wild life was celebrated in Trinity Central School on 11th February, 2023. Ms Anusha Bhat, Range Forest Officer, Social Forestry Range, Udupi was the chief guest on this special occasion. The entire ambience depicted wild life and nature. The Trinitorium was decked up with replicas of different animals. The chief guest was accorded a conjuntos escort by the SPL and ASPL with the school band to the dais along with the Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Rev. Fr Cyril Roshan Menezes, Academic Co-ordinator Ms Magdalina Lewis, Pre-Primary Section Head Ms Renita Monteiro, Primary Head Ms Poornima Devadiga, PTA President Mr Krishna Shridharan and PTA Secretary Ms Priya Furtado. The program began with a prayer song thanking and praising God Almighty for all the bright and beautiful creatures granted to us. The chief guest and all the dignitaries on the dais inaugurated the program by planting the plants in a creatively made swan pond which was created using recycled plastic bottles. The chief guest Ms Anusha Bhat was felicitated by al the dignataries on the dais for her commendable service after which she addressed the gathering. In her address she appreciated the school for all the efforts in showing love towards the nature and wild life. She mainly emphasized the role of students in preserving the forest and wildlife. She said it is the duty of every citizen to safeguard our nature, forest and wild life.

Republic Day Celebration at Trinity Central School.
The Republic Day was celebrated on 26 th of January in Trinity Central School with a deep sense of patriotism and respect towards the country. Mrs Sharmila S, Senior Civil Judge and Member Secretary District Legal Services Authority Udupi, was the esteemed chief guest of the program. Mr B Nagaraj,President, Advocate Bar Association, Udupi District was the guest of honour. The Principal along with the school band escorted the guests to the dais. The school choir led all into prayer. Mrs Sharmila S, the chief guest unfurled our tricolour National Flag and hoisted it high.After the flag hoisting the students exhibited a well synchronized and disciplined March Past. After the flag hoisting and the March Past all the students gathered in the Trinitorium for the cultural program. The cultural program began with the speech of the chief guest. In her address Mrs Sharmila S spoke about the rights of the children and also the duties of the students. Mr B Nagaraj also spoke on the occasion. He mainly emphasized the meaning of Republic day and the formation of the Constitution. India is a land of rich beauty and cultural diversity. To portray the diverse culture of our country the students of grade 6 performed a dance. It is said where words fail, music speaks. The students of grade 7 and 8 represented their sense of patriotism through a patriotic song.

Daya Special School Programme : Trinity Central School Perampalli.
It was an exceptional day for the Trinitarians as the students of Daya Special School, Belthangady paid a visit to Trinity Central School. The Daya students were conferred a floral welcome by the Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo. Daya Special School is a unit of Capuchin Krishik Seva Kendra and is located in Belthagady. It caters the needs of the differently abled children in and aroung Belthangady Taluk. This centre was born out of strong conviction that children undoubtedly grow and learn to their full potential within a secure and nurturing environment. DAYA Special Children Day Care Centre, started in the month of December 2016 with the help of various agencies and donors, received the recognition as Special School in August 2017. At present there are 113 special children with different syndromes like Dwarfism, 19 CP, Apert syndrome, Down syndrome, visual impairment, learning disability, intellectually disabled, multiple disabled, autism, hearing impairment with 22 teachers and non-teaching staff working in the centre. Along with basic education, the children are taught basic skill trainings. The students visited their sister concern institute and displayed their wonderful talents through a cultural program. The differently abled students performed a spectacular dance and sang harmonious songs which appealed the eyes of the audiences.

School Parliament, 10th January 2023: Trinity Central School Perampalli.
First session of the school parliament was held on Tuesday, 10th January 2023. The parliament session was hosted by Shifa of grade 9 in the presence of principal Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo. Vice principal Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic coordinator Ms. Magadelina Lewis & all the teachers. The Speaker Ms. Sthuthi Bharadwaj of grade 10, Assistant speaker Mackwin of grade 9, Ruling members, opposition members, all the ministers and other members of the parliament were welcomed. Wishes and advice for the best session was given by the principal Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo. The School Pupil Leader (SPL) Master Rayan of grade 10 presented the annual report of the duties carried out by the ruling party for the present academic year, thereafter question and answer session was carried out in which the opposition leaders tackled various issues like discipline, cleanliness and other related issues and answers were sought from ruling party. At the end the Speaker addressed the assembly and the members of the school parliament agreed to carry out the duties responsibly. The session concluded with the suggestions and the advice given by the moderator Ms. Manasi, Teacher in charge of the school parliament.

Karnataka Secondary Education Board Drawing Grade Exam : Trinity Central School Perampalli.
A little progress each day adds up to big results.
Trinity Central School feels proud as its students have brought laurels to the school in the Karnataka Secondary Education Board Drawing Grade exam held on 23/11/2023. 17 students appeared for the exam. They have performed well and have secured 100% results. 7 students secured distinction, 8 students scored First Class and 2 students scored second class. The school extends best wishes to all the students and congratulates them.


About the School :

Trinity Central School was established with a humble and noble intention of providing all round development through quality education to the rural students. It follows the ICSE syllabus with English as the medium of instruction. Trinity Central School managed by the Capuchin Friars Service Society has a legacy of vast experience of service to the cause of education, having its branches all over India. The School is located in Perampalli 4kms from Manipal, the land of education and 4kms north of Udupi, the temple city. St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Capuchin order, born in Italy in the year 1181, dedicated his whole life living and propagating universal brotherhood. 

Principal's Message:
A journey of thirteen years in the life span of an institution is small, yet significant, like a rocket that is shot in the sky and thrusts through the gravitational barrier this institution of learning has crossed most of the barriers to become a worthy entity of learning on its own. what started as a small English medium school on the outskirts of Udupi and Manipal is today very much inside the city limits as one of the finest educational institutions; like a large banyan tree which begins its growth as a tiny little plant and strongly spreads its roots.  The school has excellent facilities which aid in the all-round growth of the students. there is a good blend of curricular and co-curricular activities. The school functions for five days a week and on Saturday various extra-curricular activities are held such as music, dance both classical and western, karate, martial art, taekwondo, drawing , abacus, chess, skating, drums, adventure club and drama.

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