24 hours of lessons for a solidarity action in a high school in Masseube in the Gers

24 hours of lessons for a solidarity action in a high school in Masseube in the Gers

20 students from third to final year will follow this Tuesday, May 16, 24 hours of lessons to support a solidarity project. A great first in this Campus the Salle Saint Christophe in Masseube in the Gers.

20 students from Campus la Salle Saint Christophe in Masseube in the Gers will follow 24 hours of lessons in a row. These students from ninth to tenth grade will take up this marathon challenge. Non-stop courses in order to obtain the most funds possible for the benefit of a humanitarian and educational project.
“They started this morning at 8:30 a.m. and will take lessons until tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. with a closing breakfast”explains Charlotte Bergadieu, communications officer for the school.

For this very special day, the 20 students follow their respective lessons and will meet at 6 p.m. at the end of the lessons. “normal” to continue together all night.

Several teachers and school staff have volunteered. “They will offer them French scenic expression, mathematics, a practical work on dissection, a press review, night sports, an escape game, an economics course, very varied courses”underlines Charlotte Bergadieu.

Mathematics is going to be about the origin of mathematics and famous mathematicians. The science lab will be around dissection at 3 am and the escape game is about discovering the Americas mixing Spanish and history.

Charlotte Bergadieu, communication officer Campus la Salle Saint Christophe

Among the 2 sports sessions, a night walk is planned. “It will also serve as a walk to listen to the sounds of country animals and another session tomorrow morning at 7:30 a.m. to re-motivate everyone”, says the communications officer.

A solidarity project

Engaged in a humanitarian project, the students and staff of the Campus organize and develop an action of Educational Service of the Lasallian International Missions (SEMIL). “It’s a national project and for this project they have to raise funds which will then be used to make a solidarity trip in connection with the populations of a country”summarizes Charlotte Bergadieu.

They do this action to make their commitment visible and to be sponsored to raise funds. Depending on the donations, the project could be the construction of a chicken coop in Rwanda or help with an orphanage in Madagascar.

Charlotte Bergadieu Communications Officer La Salle Saint Christophe Campus

But the precise mission will be assigned later depending on the commitment and the funds raised by the SEMIL national network.

A kitty is online to allow these young marathon runners to go to a region of the world in July 2024 to meet and help populations in difficulty.

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