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Announcement

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We would like to inform you that the Unit Test II results have been declared and the printed copy of Progress Report Card is handed over to your child. You may also access the results online through ‘Schoolbook’ and see the progress of your child as of now.

We would also like to appeal to you to kindly monitor your child’s activities and guide him/her during the Tshechu holidays coming up shortly so that they are engaged meaningfully. The class XII students will also be writing their Trial Examination with effect from 17th October 2016. Please feel free to visit school during school hours or contact the class teacher to discuss about your child’s progress whenever you are free.

We look forward to your continued support.

Announcement

We are pleased to inform our parents/guardians that our school’s online information system called School Book is now ready for use. It can be accessed from our school website www.kelkischool.com

As announced during the parents teachers meeting held on 26th March 2016, now you can have online access to your entire child’s information including Exam Results, Disciplinary records, Attendance, Class tests, Assignment records and others. Your child has been explained on how to log in the system. The Username is your child’s Admission Number and a common password has been provided to them which can be changed to keep your information secured. There is a requirement for your child/you to feed in the information in the system which will be used for official purpose only. Therefore, kindly provide the correct information to avoid inconveniences later.

We welcome your feedback for further improvement.

Announcement

The school has received Class XII Marksheets and Pass Certificates from BCSEA. Therefore all class XII (2015 passed) candidates are requested to collect your documents from your respective class teachers at the earliest. You are also advised to visit after class hours i.e. 3:15 PM to 4:00 PM.

Note: CE learners are required to pay Nu. 200 for your copy of Annual School Magazine.

Women’s Day: Love and Respect for the multi-taskers

A very happy women’s day to all the ladies around the world.

Every year 8th of March is observed as the International Women’s Day. It started as early as 1909 in New York. It was organized by the socialist party of America in remembrance of the 1908 strike of the International Ladies Garment Worker’s Union. It was started with a prime aim to celebrate and encourage love and respect for women. Today, we celebrate the love and respect women are entitled to. We celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women and encourage gender parity. Today is the day we remind ourselves that women are special and stronger in many ways.

To observe women’s day, Chethen Phenday Association had invited five of us (4 student peer helpers and madam Kripa) to Tashi Taj on the 4th of March, 2016. There, we had the opportunity to meet many successful ladies who had very encouraging stories of success to share. There were five guest speakers who really motivated us with their stories.

Aum Tshering Dema shared the difficulties and challenges she faced before becoming a successful women entrepreneur. Today she proudly talks about  how she overcame all the fear and hardships. She is now a well established home-based ezay distributor in the country which all of us love eating. She is also planning to start with a special Bhutanese Cookies. How encouraging!! 

Similarly we had Tshokey Tshomo Karchung who talked about how she started writing movies scripts apart from acting. She saw that there was always the leading roles being taken by man, the hero of the movie and smaller and more gentle roles given to the heroine. She said “why always man be the savior at the end, why not women?” Therefore, her script writing started and her movie always depicts a bigger and more important roles being played by the actress. It was so encouraging to see her taking script writing a step ahead as a woman. Continue reading