KARIMNAGAR: After two years of online classes and Covid-19 restrictions, the excursions are back on the table for the students of the Bhagavathi and Arvintree high schools in Karimnagar town.
With the students displaying utmost enthusiasm and parents exercising caution and insisting that safe and healthy travel plans should be designed following the reports of Covid cases, the Arvintree and Bhagavathi high schools have started with small field trips to the Wonderla amusement park on the outskirts of Hyderabad city on Thursday (December 29, 2022).
Accordingly, the schools management had organized the excursion trip judiciously by taking all necessary precautions to attract the students and win over the confidence of parents. Six buses started from the Bhagavathi school main campus in Karimnagar town at 5.30 am sharp on Thursday with energetic and enthusiastic students and teachers from grade fourth to tenth and set out for the Wonderla.
The weather was also pleasant and the students reached the destination by 9.30 am sharp after having breakfast enroute. After their arrival at the Wonderla, the management accorded hearted welcome and guided the students including the safety precautions to be taken. The students changed into their swimming attire and dived into the clean water. They splashed and completely drenched themselves. They even enjoyed the breathtaking awesome water slides and crazy rides such as mini Pirate ship, kiddies wheel, mini top spin etc. Later in the afternoon, the students had their lunch offered by the management of the park. Again, the students plunged into various water sports activities in the park.
On their return journey, the students had sumptuous feast of Biryani offered by the school management at a function hall. Later in the night, the students returned tired by rejuvenated. Bhagavathi and Arvintree schools chairman B Ramana Rao and director B Vijaya Lakshmi accompanied the students in their buses and chilled out with the tiny tots.
Mr Ramana Rao said for the last two years, the children were confined to online classrooms and missed out on socialization. “Taking them outdoors for small excursions is very important”, he stated.