School Vice Leader

The tide recedes, but leaves behind bright sea shells on the sand.
The sun goes down, but gentle warmth still lingers on the land.
The music stops yet echoes on in sweet, soulful refrains.
For every thing that passes, something beautiful remains.

The above line epitomizes that every thing that happens leaves an impression. For instance, for past many years the school council is designated and every year they leave ineffaceable imprints on everyone’s mind. The legacy has continued and for this academic year the new council has been elected. Being selected as a School Vice Captain, I take the opportunity to congratulate my team mates. Being an affiliate of the School Council is no less than a feat for me. I extend my hearty gratitude to our Venerable Principal Sr. Jesina for bestowing me with such an elevated honour to dispense my services as a School Vice Captain. The counsel, I wish to communicate with fellow students is to determine their goal. As a team let us evaluate what we know and try to explore more. Think about how to achieve and measure our goals. May we come together to establish the action plan. Our aim to recognize the barriers that shadow the path of excellence and find ways to tackle them and keep a hold on the position of esteem Note what we have accomplished. Evaluate what we still need to do, as there are miles and miles to go ----. Keep exploring and accomplishing new heights. While we seek new zeniths in life remember that may our feet be on the ground. Let us never be conceited as it brings arrogance and downfall. Being loyal to our work and confident enough to stand for right should be the essence of our being. Especially the newly elected school council must not get swollen with pride rather get ready to shoulder responsibilities. Let us resolute that we will not be recognized because of our position but because of our endeavors. Let us vow that we will work in accordance with school maxim –“For Truth and Service”. And will leave worthy and adept impressions behind.

Thank You

(School Vice Leader)