Ma’din Public School took a proactive step to ensure the health and well-being of its students by organizing a Health Assembly. Following the Director of Public Education’s directive, the assembly focused on precautionary measures against infectious diseases and fever. Resident Medical Officer Dr. Faheem led the informative session, advising students on personal hygiene and cleanliness practices.
One of the key suggestions from the assembly was the implementation of “Dry Days.” Dr. Faheem recommended observing Dry Days on Fridays within the school and on Sundays at homes to eliminate mosquito breeding sites. The students actively participated, engaging in discussions and seeking clarification on health-related topics during the doubt-clearance session.
The assembly, led by Principal Saidalavi Koya, Vice Principal Nurul Amin, Academic Director Noufal Kodur, and Manager Abdurrahman, highlighted the school’s commitment to holistic education. By focusing on both academic excellence and student well-being, Ma’din Public School continues to be a beacon of responsible education that empowers students with essential life skills.
As the assembly concluded, students left equipped with valuable insights into preventive health measures, reaffirming Ma’din Public School’s dedication to shaping not only academically proficient students but also responsible individuals who prioritize their health and contribute positively to the community.