Dialogue Skit for School Students

The objective of this dialogue skit is to raise awareness about the financial struggles faced by individuals in our school community, and to encourage students to come together and take action to help those in need. It aims to promote empathy, kindness, and a sense of community spirit, and to inspire students to take an active role in making a positive difference in the lives of others. Specifically, it highlights the importance of supporting the school’s peon, who may often go unnoticed, and shows how small acts of kindness can make a significant impact on someone’s life.


  • Rohan, a student
  • Meena, the school’s peon
  • Ms. Sengupta, the school principal

Setting: The School Campus

(Rohan is walking downstairs when he sees Meena, the school’s peon, looking worried.)

Rohan: Hey, Meena, is everything okay? You look upset.

Meena: I’m really worried, Rohan. My mother has been diagnosed with a serious illness, and I don’t have enough money to pay for her treatment.

Rohan: That’s terrible. Is there anything we can do to help?

Meena: I don’t know. I hate to ask for help, but I don’t know what else to do.

(Rohan gets an idea.)

Rohan: I know what we can do. We can organize a fundraiser to help raise money for your mother’s treatment.

Meena: That’s very kind of you, Rohan, but I don’t want to be a burden.

Rohan: You’re not a burden. You’re a valued member of our school community, and we want to help you in any way we can.

Meena: Thank you so much, Rohan. I don’t know what to say.

(Rohan goes to talk to Ms. Sengupta, the school principal, to see if they can organize a fundraiser.)

Rohan: Ms. Sengupta, I wanted to talk to you about something important. Meena, the school’s peon, is going through a tough time right now. Her mother is sick, and she doesn’t have enough money to pay for treatment. I was thinking we could organize a fundraiser to help raise money for her.

Ms. Sengupta: That’s a wonderful idea, Rohan. We could involve the entire school and make it a community effort.

(Rohan and Ms. Sengupta start organizing the fundraiser, involving other students and faculty members.)

(The scene ends with Meena feeling overwhelmed with gratitude as she receives the money raised from the fundraiser.)

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