Students showcase their oratorical, dance and artistic skills in LITART—2016
The students of Spring Dale Senior School exhibited amazing thespian, literary and artistic skills during the annual LITART—2016 held within the school premises. The students also debated on various issues pertaining to daily life and morality including topics from history and science and technology.
Giving details, Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said that the event witnessed zestful participation of students from Classes I to XII of the school. “It was heartening to see students take active part in activities as story-telling, debate, interview, singing, mono-acting and designing,” he said.
Stating that the latest edition of LITART was more engaging and entertaining as it entailed fresh additions to it as compared to the previous years, Mr Sharma said that the event enabled the staff to identify the newly-acquired strengths of both old and new students.
“The event was organized with the aim of arousing students’ interest in subjects that are considered redundant these days,” said Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School. She added that it was heartening to see students participate wholeheartedly in various events.
“The institution is committed to the cause of organizing more such events in the future to enable youth in the region to remain deeply rooted in the country’s history, culture and morality, besides encouraging them to fight for the cause of environment,” said Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Managing Trustee, Spring Dale Educational Society.
Spring Dale Senior School