Rosey Mam Turns 60!!
Teachers celebrated Ms Rosey Mathew’s birthday on Thursday, a couple of days ahead of the actual day, with the usual cake cutting, chanting birthday wishes and lunch. What makes this birthday special is that she is turning 60, an important mile stone in human life, on March 19.
She recalled how as a 36 old mother of two children, she was nudged into starting a school by her husband Mr N.J Mathews, the current Director of the school. Today as she looks back she can genuinely take pride in what she has created at Excelsior- a school where children and teachers want to be, a caring and loving place where one can draw comfort and joy, a place with a human touch fully committed to excellence and a lot more.
Hats off to you Ms Rosey. May you continue to inspire generations to come!
Adieu to Panicker Chettan
Panicker Chettan the grand old man of Excelsior was given a warm send off at the School Assembly on Friday. He had joined the school in its teething days as the driver of the fledge-ling school van and continued to work as the driver of the school bus for the last 24 years.
Teachers and students gave Panicker Chettan a standing ovation as he walked on to the stage and stood with the Director, Secretary& Correspondent and the Principal. The Director adorned him a Ponnada and handed him an envelope of cash as a token of the management’s appreciation. He also spoke of PanickerChettan’s unfailing loyalty to school.
The Principal talked of PanickerChettan as a ‘Gentleman among drivers and a driver among gentlemen’ and presented him a cash gift on behalf of the teachers.
We wish Panicker Chettan several years of happy and healthy life ahead!