“BREATHE WITH EASE BY PLANTING MORE TREES”
Trees mitigate climate change. They are culturally important and are the legacies to future generation. Keeping this in mind QMIS has taken an initiative to educate the people in planting more trees to breathe with ease. In order to create awareness on planting more trees,
195 runners including the Students, Staff and Parents of QMIS participated in the Mini Marathon ‘Green Me’. With the visionary note of saving our planet Earth, Global Citizenship Committee of QMIS, had taken an initiative of “run for a cause” to create awareness among the public, for planting more trees. It was an energetic 5kms mini marathon from TVS Nagar Bridge to Sony Showroom, Kalavasal. The grand occasion was inaugurated by Mr Senthil –Inspector of Police and Dr C Chandran the Chairman of Queen Mira International School. The runners were in verve to take up the run. Mr Senthil appreciated the school management for taking up such initiatives for creating a great awareness among people.He even enlightened the students about safe driving. He educated them to avoid cell phone driving and insisted on wearing helmet while driving. He encouraged the students to do more marathon activities to create awareness on various issues.The ‘Edge Run’ of 5kms started from the TVS Nagar Bridge (Main Gate of TVS School) and headed towards PRC Shed (Near RTO Office, ByPass).The second point runners,‘The Starters’ of 3kms joined the Edge runners and sprinted towards the Milan Showroom, Bypass where the ‘Fun runners of 1km also merged with them and en routed towards the reach point, Sony Showroom, Kalavasal. The runners were received with refreshment. Dr C Chandran the Chairman of Queen Mira International School honoured Rubesh, Farhan and Ahamed- students of Grade 8 who successfully completed the marathon with first, second and third position. First finishers of the parents Mrs. Abirami Bose and Mr. Srinivasan and staff Mr. Ajeeth and the volunteer runner Mr. Paul Mathew Davidson who came first were also honoured by the Chairman. The runners were motivated with certificates of appreciation. Holding the objective of the marathon ‘Green Me’, saplings were distributed to the partakers and to the public. The School felt glorious to see the golden moments and was glad that the prime objective of ‘Run for a cause’ had reached the public.