Campus Influenza Vaccination and Health Education Campaign
In response to the looming threat of an immune deficit post-COVID-19 lockdown and the surge of influenza,Li-Zhi high school emphasizes the importance of flu vaccination and hygiene practices. Failure to get vaccinated increases susceptibility to infections, potentially leading to severe outcomes, including death. To confirm the health of our students and staff, we've implemented both paper and online sign-up options for flu vaccination. Partnering with the Health Bureau, our school hosted an on-campus vaccination event on November 1, 2023, with 281 doses administered, achieving an impressive student vaccination rate of 85.5%. This proactive approach effectively enhances individual and collective protection.more
Li-Zhi high school organizes the students' "1600-meter team relay race"
To enhance students' physical fitness and foster teamwork and perseverance, our school organized a Student Relay Race on November 21, 112, with 112 students from 14 classes participating. Teams were determined by drawing lots, each sending 8 elite members to run 200 meters each. The class with the shortest total time emerged victorious. Prior to the race, the PE teacher explained the rules, emphasizing warm-ups and protective measures, urging students to embody the spirit of "grace in victory, resilience in defeat." The competition was spirited, with students pushing themselves to the limit for class honor. Cheers echoed on the field, showcasing teamwork and camaraderie. The final stretch witnessed an intense sprint, culminating in a well-deserved victory and jubilant celebrations. The closely contested event left a lasting imprint, becoming a cherished and unforgettable memory for all participants.more
Our school held the "Life Story Karaoke Singing Competition"
The competition aims to enhance students' diverse learning interests, discover their singing talents, and train them in stage presence, posture, and expression abilities. The competition took place on the afternoon of October 25th, with a total of 15 groups and 19 students participating.The competition was judged based on five criteria: life story sharing, pitch and rhythm, emotional skills, vocal quality and articulation, and stage presence. The anticipation was palpable as the event unfolded. The selected students from each class showcased not only their personal charm but also exceptional vocal and singing skills. Besides focusing on singing competence, the competition also encouraged participants to share their personal life stories. Among the participants, a female contestant of Amis descent shared her touching past, expressing gratitude towards her teachers and hoping for her mother's recovery from illness. Her heartfelt emotions melted the hearts of the audience. A male contestant delivered a powerful performance of "What Love Looks Like When It Grows Up," expressing yearning for love and family bonds. Another male student shared his own life story, realizing that what his parents truly needed was companionship rather than wealth. His rendition of "Sound of Falling Rain" resonated deeply with the audience, earning him enthusiastic applause. The careful consideration given to the participants' life stories, singing techniques, lyrical interpretation, and focus on engaging the audience created an atmosphere filled with continuous applause. The encouragement from teachers further highlighted the strong bond between educators and students. With a high level of competition, the results were closely contested. The champion was won by a student from the Beauty Science Class 1A, followed by an Automotive Science Class 1A student as the runner-up, and a Culinary Arts Class 2A student securing third place. In conclusion, the teachers encouraged the students to practice filial piety in a timely manner, embark on their inspirational learning journeys, and become the best versions of themselves. The event ended on a high note, filled with lively laughter and applause.more
- The situation of reformatory education and detention in the past five years
- Students' offensesin Li Zhi High School
- Students' offenses in thepast five years in Li Zhi High School
- Students' gender and age in the Li Zhi High School
- Number of Inmates Type of Crime in the Li Zhi High School
Li Zhi High School admits all juvenile delinquents under the age of l8 of both sexes from local courts which declare judicially in accordance with juvenile delinquency to execute the rectification. The objectives of an organization for performing correctional education and disciplinary action are as follows: ※Influencing juvenile delinquents to repent and start anew by rectifying bad habitual behaviors. ※Vocational training to improve employment potential. ※Completing national basic education...More
In order to guarantee the students’ overall development, change their growing circumstance, adjust their characters and make them get used to the school life, give up bad habits and effectively reduce the negative impact of institutionalized treatment, our school adopt diverse and individual treatment and achieve the goal of cultivation model. Our school counseling consists : individual counseling, group counseling, volunteer counseling, and religious counseling. Besides, we adopt following 4 m...More