This qualitative phenomenology study focuses Yechen Central Central School teachers and students, and adjacent local communities practice values and concern deterioration through extensive review of literature. Semi-structured interviews are used to gather data from four students, four teacher, and four students’ parents. Also the data of disguised observations carried further substantiated values deterioration concerns and scenarios. In the findings sensed that inherited Bhutanese values still prevail, of few are ignorant at taking care of parents and other elderly; give less attention to relationship and brotherhood followed by family separation, too much engrossment in smart phones, national dresses worn only in occasions and office times; many disregard folk tales, riddles, simple steps and lyrics of folk songs. In conclusion recommends general public to give sincere thought to initiate common forums to discuss and revive disappearing values.