In the spirit of ‘Swacchata hi Sewa,’ Vasant Valley School witnessed a collective endeavor, as students and teachers united with a shared commitment to cleanliness. Armed with brooms, masks, dustbins, and gloves, students from grades 6 to 12 formed six dedicated groups to spruce up their surroundings.
The diligent efforts of classes 11 and 12 focused on the area adjacent to the school, revealing an alarming quantity of plastic, gutka wrappers, and discarded bottles. Undeterred by the magnitude of the task, they passionately appealed to passersby, advocating for the use of the strategically placed dustbins. The collaborative nature of the event saw both students and teachers actively engaging in the cleanup, turning the entire activity into an enjoyable and responsible undertaking.
Leaving no traces of the debris that once cluttered their premises, the participants pledged to make this initiative a weekly occurrence. This dedication reflects not only a commitment to cleanliness but also a burgeoning sense of responsibility among the students. As they concluded the day’s efforts, the echoes of laughter and camaraderie resonated, leaving behind a cleaner, more vibrant school environment.