With a breakfast for parents, grandparents and students, a DJ tent and a challenge run, GO! BS The Trampoline supports the action MFL-Herzele goes crazy (read more about this via this link).
“During the radio marathon via the radio station Radio Star, Benjamin Rogiers, Caroline De Vadder and Els Coppens collect money to give all children and young people from the Herzeel schools an unforgettable day. An initiative to which the team of teachers and students of De Trampoline enthusiastically contribute.” says director Siel Verbeurgt. “The parents, grandparents and students were welcomed with breakfast by the students of the 6of grade welcome. The breakfast was graced with music from the DJ tent, which was also manned by students from the 6of grade. Under the motto ‘request your picture’, those present could request their favorite picture in exchange for 0.50 eurocent. With a visit from the three presenters, who will enter the temporary studio tomorrow morning, the morning could not go wrong for the school DJs. Throughout the day, the students could enjoy themselves during the challenge run, a freerunning activity made by the students of the 5of grade, where students could get sponsored by family members and friends to run laps. During the playing times, the students were given the opportunity to request their request numbers. This campaign is also part of the school’s annual theme of ‘searching the jungle together’, with a new theme being put in the spotlight every month. The month of November is all about beautiful chameleon, with attention being paid to the most beautiful thing you can become yourself and students to discover each other’s talents. With a proceeds of no less than 1050 euros, De Trampoline will head to the sports hall in Sint-Rochusstraat tomorrow, which has been transformed into a real MFL-Herzele café for the occasion!”
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