Jun 19
Weekly Message - June 19

Good Morning Everyone

 
As we wrap up this ‘very different’ (an understatement if there ever was one) and challenging school year at Churchill, I wanted to reach out one last time this term to send a warm farewell to our graduating class and their parents.
 
I also wanted to express my heartfelt thanks to everyone – students, parents, teachers and admin – who have dug in and shifted quickly to continue with an effective education program at Churchill, through our hugely changed circumstances since March.
 
I trust we’ve all learned more about ourselves over the last few months, and that we’ve all acquired new skills to help us navigate in a changed world going forward. I’m especially hopeful that the solidarity, empathy, and willingness to work as teams that everyone has displayed – whether we’re physically together or not – stays with us all in the future.
 
This certainly won’t be the last challenge we’ll face as we move ahead in our respective lives – I trust that these circumstances have made us all more resilient and flexible in dealing with the different challenges as they arise.
 
I have been impressed throughout this year by our students, staff, and admin, and how they’ve all represented our Churchill community so well – thanks again to everyone for all their patience and support.
 
I wish everyone a safe and peaceful summer. 

      Mr. A. Rajan​

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