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Rottach-Egern Middle School says goodbye to two successful grades

2021-07-30T09:06:49.288Z

All the adversities in the Corona school year could not harm the graduates of the Rottach-Egern middle school: All the students passed their degrees - and have now been duly celebrated.



All the adversities in the Corona school year could not harm the graduates of the Rottach-Egern middle school: All the students passed their degrees - and have now been duly celebrated.

Rottach-Egern

- “Have the courage to look for your own path. This is more important than the Pythagoras and the Katheten sentence, because this makes you the personalities that our society so urgently needs nowadays. Egern (grades 9a and 10M) in the Seeforum.

He was referring to a film excerpt from "The Dead Poets' Club", where the students of an elite US school are given excellent education in order to earn a lot of money later.

A new literature teacher, on the other hand, recommends not to take up the subject matter without being asked, but to look at things from the other person's point of view and not simply to reproduce what others are saying.

"I hope that in addition to all this knowledge, we were able to convey something about this attitude to life to you," said Rector Throner.

Constant change between face-to-face, alternating and distance teaching

The past two years have been characterized by Corona restrictions, combined with constant change between face-to-face, alternate and distance lessons.

"But all of these adversities couldn't stop you from doing one thing: getting an excellent school leaving certificate."

All students in both grades have passed their respective degrees.

The best of the year: 9 a (qualification): Michael Gebhardt, 1.5 (Rottach-Egern);

Maximilian Walsch, 1.6, (Kreuth).

M 10 (secondary school leaving certificate): Rafaela Stamouli 1.44;

Oliwer Keskin 1.56, (both Tegernsee).

Your class teachers Romina Heuberger and Jürgen Bodenstein said goodbye to the students with great cordiality and gifts.

Mayor Köck emphasizes the importance of middle school

The mayors of the valley communities and Waakirchen also underlined the importance of the Rottach-Egern secondary school.

On behalf of everyone, Rottach-Egern's mayor and school association chairman Christian Köck stated: “In most craft businesses there is a lack of young people at all ends.

Be proud of the tools you have acquired for life, ”he said, calling on people to take part in public life.

"Make yourself available for honorary posts in clubs and communities!"

Read here: Memorable high school graduation: Tegernsee graduates can celebrate together

The memory of long-time caretaker Pauli Ehm showed that the school family shares joys and sorrows.

He was present at every graduation ceremony and stood up for generations of students and teachers with appreciation and humor.

Thanks go to the new caretaker Blanka Dallmayer, who works hard to fill the gap.

Schoolchildren show a colorful, humorous program when they leave

For the roughly two-hour evening, the graduates had come up with a lot of new ideas: a poem they had written themselves, a solo concert performance, and two Goaßl bangers showed their skills.

Two boys and two girls danced in classic ballet rock to Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake", which was greeted with thunderous applause.

After greetings from the parents' council and the church blessing, the certificates were given.

Ingrid Verses

Source: merkur

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