Spring Daleans become a part of nationwide reading activity
More than 4000 students of Spring Dale Senior School joined their counterparts across the nation in an activity One Nation Reading Together aimed at promoting the habit of reading books among the youth to emerge as effective future leaders. The activity aimed at nurturing a love for books in the hearts of the students.
Led by Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, the students also took a pledge to read more books on this occasion. Giving details, Mr Sharma said that said that the students sat in a ‘Born to Read’ formation during the activity.
“This activity is held annually to enable students to understand the importance of inculcating a habit of reading. One Nation Reading Together is a nationwide initiative in which millions of children, parents and teachers around the country spend a day celebrating the importance and enjoyment of reading,” he said.
Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Managing Trustee, Spring Dale Educational Society, said that in pursuance with the aim of promoting the habit of reading the school had a well-stocked library. They maintained that the school also encouraged the habit of reading through the concept of ‘DEAR’ (Drop Everything and Read) time given by its founders late Dr Shivinder Singh Sandhu and Mrs Manveen Sandhu.
Spring Dale Senior School