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A N N O U N C E M E N T S

 

O f f i c i a l s


Rev. Dr. Fr. John Alwyn Dias
President,
CEB

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


Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes
Treasurer, CFSS .


Fr. Anil
D'Costa

Principal

 

 

 

NEWS AND EVENTS

A WONDERFUL HOMECOMING FOR STUDENTS OF GRADE 6-8
Having been nestled in the cosiness of their homes for nearly ten months, the wide smiles and cheerful whispers said it all. Bidding goodbye to online classes, the students of Grade 6-8 released colourful balloons into the air, as they kick started their journey back to school. As the curtains were drawn by our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, along with our Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Serrao, Academic Co-ordinators and teachers; students walked into the school portals under a continuous shower of aromatic petals. Students were also gifted stationary reminding them that, from today, it’s a new dawn towards a fruitful future. Beautiful diyas were also lit dispelling the darkness that had loomed all these months. Prayer is not only our physical sustenance but also our spiritual guide. The chimes of voices resonated with the prayer song ‘As the deer pants for water’. Ms Jayanthi, Assistant Academic Co-ordinator welcomed the students on behalf of all present. Following this, our Principal addressed the students, advising them on how they need to move forward from now on and reminding them of their responsibilities. Ms Veronica, the school Counsellor engaged the students in a proactive counselling session. ‘All work and no play makes Jack, a dull child’ - Entertaining games were conducted to break the ice, helping the students unwind and relax. Following a short break, the students headed back to their respective classes.

GRAND WELCOME BACK TO GRADE 9 STUDENTS
“Toughness is in the soul and spirit, not in muscles”. On 18th January 2021, the wait was finally over for the Grade 9 students of our school. Along with our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Vice Principal Fr. Ravi Serrao, Co-ordinators and teachers, miniature corona viruses were nipped at the bud as the ceremonial ribbon was cut, and a shower of fragrant petals filled the air. Each student was presented with a packet of vegetable seeds, reminding them that they are the ambassadors of the future generations to come. God’s blessings were invoked as all prayerfully sang ‘Bind us together’ . Ms Magdaliena Lewis, Academic Co-ordinator welcomed the students after which our Vice-Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao addressed the students. The students also had a counselling session with Ms Veronica, the school counsellor. Fun and engaging games were conducted to assist the students holistically rejuvenate themselves. After a short break, regular classes resumed for the students, with all Covid-19 guidelines and regulations in place.

GRAND WELCOME BACK TO GRADE 10 STUDENTS
“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable willing spirit”. Education in 2020 nose-dived to an uncertain oblivion as the world was clouded by a silent virus, that no one saw coming. Despite these adversities, education took the virtual route to ensure that the students are kept abreast of their studies. Re-opening of schools was a continuous dilemma, ever since the doors opened after the lockdown.Ten months later, with joyous hearts, Trinity Central school opened their portals to the Grade 10 students. After a long hiatus, our students were back, ecstatic and rejuvenated. After the preliminary temperature check and sanitization, students along with our Principal Rev.Fr.Anil D’Costa, Vice Principal Fr. Ravi Serrao, Administrators tore open the Corona monster marched forward to renewed beginnings, welcomed by a cloudburst of fragrant petals by the teachers. Each student was given a mask, and their uniforms shone with a pinned smiley badge. Melodious voices resoundedacross the portals as students and teachers invoked God’s blessings by singing the hymn ‘Showers of Blessings’. Following this, our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa addressed the students, after which the students also had a counselling session with Ms Veronica, the school counsellor. After being confined to the four walls of their homes for nearly 10 months, students looked forward to pleasant solitude. Teachers conducted fun games to help the students break the ice bringing back their energetic vivaciousness, that had been so dearly missed. After a short break, regular classes resumed for the students, with all Covid-19 guidelines and regulations in place.

Christmas Celebrations at Trinity Central School
‘It’s a time of joy, a time of peace, a time of giving. A time when we all come together as one’. Christmas is a celebration that is most anticipated by all irrespective of race or religion, caste or creed. At Trinity Central School, the celebrations were doubly jubilant as we received an amazing opportunity from Daijiworld TV Udupi, to present a Christmas programme – ‘Christhanjali’ on their prestigious channel. The Christmas programme, envisioned and performed by our teachers, commenced with a meaningful introductory message conveyed by our Principal, Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa. The joy of Christmas rang out loud, as a medley of Christmas carols echoed across the skies. In her Christmas message, Ms Magdalena Lewis, Academic Co-ordinator expressed that Christmas, isn’t just about the cake, crib, lights and sweets. The Christmas spirit lies is us coming together to feed the homeless, comfort the down-trodden, and bring a smile to lives of the less fortunate. A tableau significantly highlighting the challenges of the world today, and how we must work together as one was presented in a brilliantly educative mime act tableau, performed by our teachers. The act highlighted how we humans have lost the spirit of humanity in the name of consumerism and greed. In a world that is now besieged because of Covid, it is now during these tough times that we need to set aside our differences and come together in love, hope, unity, faith and humility to make the world a better place. With the arrival of babe Jesus with his beloved parents, Mary and Joseph, the curtains came down on the Christmas festivities at Trinity Central School. We thank Daijiworld Udupi for giving us this fantastic opportunity. Compliments of the season and best wishes for a healthy, happy and prosperous new year 2021.


VIRTUAL CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATION AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL.
A beautiful saying goes “ With the birth of every new child, there is a hope born that God is not angry with us”. Truly, our children are our pride and honour, as in every child we see the future of a better tomorrow. November 14th, a day synonymous with the chuckles of innocent laughter and joyous mood; for, this is the day when we celebrate childhood, dedicated in honour, and on the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Though COVID has played spoilsport to the celebrations which was usually held at school, we at Trinity Central School did not let the green monster, subdue the vibrancy of this day. The festivities in its virtuality (virtual-reality), commenced with a flashback of the memorable event that was held in the last academic year, i.e 14.11.2019. A short formal programme commenced with the prayerful invocation of every child’s favourite hymn “Showers of Blessings”. Following this, the portrait of Pandit Nehru was garlanded by the Management. The significance of this day was conveyed with inspiring words by Ms Jayanthi. The joyous festivities commenced with a cheerful rendition of a medley of children’s favourite songs by our teachers. With children confined in the four walls of their homes, and since they were missing their school, the teachers brought back their smiles by taking the students on a virtual tour of the school.

NEWS ARCHIVES


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:
Welcome to Trinity Central School, a school that focuses on opportunity and achievement, a place where students are encouraged and supported to excel. Trinity Central School is a dynamic and progressive educational institution that aims to provide the best possible education to the students under its care set within the parameters of sound values and a disciplined environment. Keeping the motto “enlightenment through knowledge” the school thrives to make impact on every child around Udupi and Manipal. Trinity School is surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Away from the hub of city life, it has an atmosphere that is highly suitable for academics.

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