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WALKATHON 2019!!!
On 4 th July 2019, Ms Caroline Vaz our new principal guided our students and
staff to an epoch breaking event;
The students and staff under the able guidance of Ms Caroline Vaz decided
to address a social issue which every Indian can relate to.
Water is the new gold. As the sources of clean drinking water dries up, women in
rural areas walk for miles to fetch water for their families. To spread awareness
about this fact and address this urgent issue and also to get a small slice of the
daily experience of these helpless women, we at Greenlawns School, Worli
organized a Walkathon on 'Save Water’ with students learning to contribute
effectively to their society as they are the future citizens of our country and they
must be taught to participate in the events concerning their society rather than
being silent spectators… This golden opportunity to do something worthwhile to
address this concern could not be lost by me, Ms Arlene their History and Civics
teacher and to our dear children, this was a one of a kind experience.
As we all were so charged and excited, the atmosphere became contagious, as
every student was engaged in explaining the significance of water conservation
through their posters or models or banners and even through interaction with
strangers: the passers by glanced at us with curiosity giving way to admiration,
they were overwhelmed by the children as we gathered with placards, posters,
colourful art work and banners, we were all fired up as Ms Caroline took the lead.
On the eventful day of 4 th July, 2019 we marched from one end of the Worli Sea
face promenade to another with a lot of excitement and pride.
WALKATHON 2019!!!



On 4 th July 2019, Ms Caroline Vaz our new principal guided our students and staffto an epoch breaking event;The students and staff under the able guidance of Ms Caroline Vaz decided toaddress a social issue which every Indian can relate to.Water is the new gold. As the sources of clean drinking water dries up, women in rural areas walk for miles to fetch water for their families. To spread awareness about this fact and address this urgent issue and also to get a small slice of thedaily experience of these helpless women, we at Greenlawns School, Worli organized a Walkathon on ;Save Water’ with students learning to contribute effectively to their society as they are the future citizens of our country and they must be taught to participate in the events concerning their society rather thanbeing silent spectators…

This golden opportunity to do something worthwhile to address this concern could not be lost by me, Ms Arlene their History and Civics teacher and to our dear children, this was a one of a kind experience.As we all were so charged and excited, the atmosphere became contagious, as every student was engaged in explaining the significance of water conservation through their posters or models or banners and even through interaction with strangers: the passers by glanced at us with curiosity giving way to admiration,they were overwhelmed by the children as we gathered with placards, posters,colourful art work and banners, we were all fired up as Ms Caroline took the lead. On the eventful day of 4th  July, 2019 we marched from one end of the Worli Seaface promenade to another with a lot of excitement and pride.