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Our school handles the Mid-Autumn Festival phone call

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  • Last updated:2021-09-23
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Mid-Autumn Festival phone call

The Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching. Due to the local epidemic situation that has not been out of the community infection stage, our school has suspended face-to-face family activities to relieve students’ feelings of relatives and encourage students to change and be positive through family support. Our school will be on September 17, 2021. Specially held Mid-Autumn Festival phone call activities.
In order to implement various epidemic prevention measures and prevent the outbreak from breaking through, the event venue will not only dial in groups, wear muzzles throughout the process, disinfect hands with alcohol, and maintain a safe social distance. Before calling, all microphones are disinfected with alcohol.
This event is specially invited by Chunghwa Telecom's Changhua Operations Office to jointly handle the event. With a charitable nature, 30 telephones will be set up to benefit the students of our school. Principal Lin Jiaru of our school specially instructed to extend the talk time from 6 minutes to 10 minutes, so that students can have enough Time to speak out "love" to express students' missing family members, to make the parent-child relationship closer, and to let students feel the festive atmosphere in advance. Some students often wipe their tears when they talk to their families, and the scene is very warm. Period reminds students to be grateful and cherish the good fortune, drink water to think about the source, don't forget the kindness of the family, and express gratitude for the hard work of their families without complaints or regrets.
Family affection is the driving force to maintain the normal life of teenagers. With the care of family members and the teaching of teachers, students will be able to awaken from the heart and stay close and away from the bad environment in the past. Principal Lin, who has always valued the treatment of students, also came to the venue to care about students. The school also assists in telephone interviews or "mobile interviews" for students who cannot be reached by phone. A total of 247 students participated in the event. The sound of caring and affection from the on-site family members came and went. Although the students deliberately suppressed and concealed their homesickness, they could not express the feelings of missing family members. In the end, they turned into whispers of caring and blessings, marking a perfect end to the event.
※Undertaking unit of this case: Academic Affairs Office 886-4-8742111#417

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