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心中有梦 脚下有路——大悟一中高一年级举行“追梦 健行”远足活动
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2015年4月14日清晨,春日暖阳洒满了大悟一中升旗广场,也照亮了广场上那一千多名学子青春的脸庞。整齐的队列、统一的着装,传递着青春的激情;飘扬的旗帜、铿锵的口号,洋溢着青春的梦想,今天,他们将从这里出发,开始自己高中生涯第一次“追梦健行”的远足之旅。

据了解,这是大悟一中为展示和提高学生素质教育水平,磨砺学生意志和吃苦耐劳精神,培养学生勇于战胜自我和顽强拼搏品质,养成团结友爱互帮互助美德而举行的阳光体育运动项目之一。14日上午7点30分,高年级学生和该年级全体教师在学校党委书记、校长赵圣华及其它学校副校长的带领下,从学校升旗广场出发,出学校正大门,经过刘湾、高铁孝感北站,穿过大小魁山返回,全程24公里。

校长赵圣华介绍,本次远足活动主题为“追梦健行”,意在告诉学生在高中三年就如一次人生的远足,要做到“心中有梦,脚下有路”,只有朝着梦想勇敢前行,才能抵达成功的彼岸。年级主任颜为华则表示,在这次远足活动中,学生们充分发扬了“一不怕累,二不怕苦”的传统精神,没有学生中途放弃,全部坚持走完了全程。他们用整齐的队列、饱满的热情、欢乐的歌声和互助的精神充分体现出大悟一中学子积极向上的素质修养,以自己的实际行动展现出00后青年拼搏奋进的精神面貌,让我们看到了中国梦的希望与未来。










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