In the autumn of orange, yellow, and green, a touch of pink has been added to the MIS campus predominantly adorned with blue.
October is "Breast Cancer Prevention Month," also known as the "Pink Ribbon October.” On October 26, a "Pink Ribbon" charity event organized by MIS (MISPA, Parent Association) took place on the campus.
⬆️ Head of Seniors Mark ⬆️
⬆️ Secretary of MISPA Vicky ⬆️
At the event, students with a strong sense of social responsibility and a mission formed a large “pink ribbon" pattern, made and distributed red ribbons, and promoted awareness of breast health. They advocated for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, early prevention, early detection, and early treatment.
⬆️ MIS students in pink dress ⬆️
A single ribbon not only demonstrates the unity of MIS students' aspirations and pursuit of health and beauty but also serves as a vivid example of MIS's ongoing commitment to holistic education.
⬆️ MIS students and teachers ⬆️
As an important extracurricular activity, charity work has always been actively encouraged at MIS to help guide students in understanding society and serving it. Student volunteers will also learn to pay attention to social welfare, develop a sense of social responsibility, and enhance their civic awareness through various charity activities organized by the school.
As the future members of society, students have a responsibility to cultivate healthy lifestyle principles and civic awareness from a young age. They aim to spread knowledge and ideas for breast cancer prevention and create a positive atmosphere for breast cancer prevention, as mentioned by MISPA Secretary, Vicky.