Modafen commemorated Atatürk on 10th of November ⋅ Modafen

Modafen commemorated Atatürk on 10th of November

On Tuesday 10th November 2015, all of our students, teachers and personnel participated in the “10th November Commemoration of Atatürk Ceremony”, prepared by The Modafen Ceremony Organizing Committee.

The ceremony was performed in two parts. The first part which took part in the garden, started with the wreath-laying ceremony and ended up with a moment of silence for Atatürk and the singing of the National Anthem. Our students had been given special Atatürk pins just before the ceremony.

The second part took place in the Conference Hall of our school. This part consisted of a speech on the meaning and importance of the day, 7th graders oratorio, Modafen Band, a poem recited by 3rd graders, school choir, video presentation and a drama prepared by the primary school’s drama club.

While commemorating our head teacher Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of modern Turkey, thanking him for everything he did for us and for enlightening our roads with his personality and actions in the future too, we would also like to thank all teachers and students who contributed to the preparation and presentation of this ceremony which made us live very emotional moments.

11 November 2015 Wednesday
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