Bidding adieu is never easy but an important step forward in passage of time. School and students of Class- XI organized a farewell party for the outgoing class of XII on 17th Feb., 2018.They were welcomed with the traditional `tilak`. The presentation of roses to each gave a touch of the western tradition.
A time to reflect back down the memory lane, the feel of nostalgia, emotions running deep, sentiments and expression of gratitude, advises, reminiscence of joyous moments spent in the school, filled the hearts of the students.
The Program started with lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Chairman Sir Mr. HarinderKataria, M.D. Ma’am Mrs. RadhaKataria, Principal (Sr. School ) Mr. SanjeevBhardwaj, Principal (Jr.Branch) Mrs. Amrit Rani ,Sr. Wing Co-ordinator Mrs. Nidhi Nandra and Jr. Wing Co-ordinator Mrs. SeemaVerma . Class XI students presented foot taping dances and songs which were interspersed with the ‘Mr.’ &‘Miss’ APS pageant show.A special cultural program was organized by class XI studentsin the Auditorium’.
Cultural event commenced with Prayer Song followed by power packed dance performance of XI students that was full of feelings and emotions for their departing seniors. A group of teachers sang farewell song expressing their feelings and wished the students good luck for their forthcoming board exams. After all the fun and frolic, the juniors came one by one on the dais and thanked their seniors for all their guidance and affection. Different Titles were awarded to outgoing students. These titles had been aptly chosen, keeping their attitudes and habits in mind. Satyam and Simran were crowned Mr. and Miss APS.
Token of love was given to all the outgoing students. The program culminated with an encouraging speech by school Principal wishing all outgoing students a great success in their board exams. In his speech, he advised the students to always think “good” for others and be positive.
Everyone then sat down for lunch, which was followed by a photo session, during which Class XII captured some more memories. The day ended, but is still cherished in the hearts of all those present there.