Mountain Day at MacDuffie School Tianjin
Mountain Day represents the school’s CIRCLE values, Honor Code and emphasis on Leadership, Teamwork and School Spirit. The day promotes a healthy and active outlook in our students. Overall it shows our respect for the natural environment, takes learning outside the classroom and brings our whole school together to celebrate our place in the wider local community. So, share with us our Mountain Day story.
From Tianjin to 9 Dragon Mountain
“Living our values”
“Let＇s Go Mustangs!”
This fall, we saw leaves turning red and a great mountain to climb, where we tried our best and reached our goals. Together we will achieve great things, today, tomorrow and always!
Our MacDuffie Mountain Day tradition is the perfect way to share our community Circle Values and take the learning experience outside the classroom out into the wider world. All the games, activities, and teamwork we saw from every parent, teacher and student really made us all very proud. Overcoming challenges together is exactly what the MacDuffie Spirit is all about – Go Mustangs!!!
Vice Principal Zhang
Though life is full of ups and downs, twists and turns. We believe that you, the MacDuffie school students will all be winners. You are independent, self-reliant and disciplined. With our support and guidance at MacDuffie you will gain an even greater realization of your own personal power, creativity and common cultural awareness.Set a goal and never quit !
Mountain Day is one of students' favorite MacDuffie traditions. The Circle values are firmly embedded throughout the event. Also, an inclusive Macduffie Circle Community can be seen with the participation of students, parents and faculty.
Mr. KeelyMountain Day was a great success! I was really impressed by how our students showed the values of community, leadership, and respect throughout the day. Everyone supported one another, and the naps on the way home were well-deserved!
Student : Lisa、Paro
Mountain day is a great activity, because we have all learned something. Some older students learned how to be a greater leader, and everyone learned how to care about their own community. We also worked together to solve different problems, and shared ideas with other people.