Where there are coastlines,
There are people
watching the sea, listening to the sea, enjoying the sea.
The sea of early summer is fascinating,
The breeze, the color of the sky,
Forget the hustle and bustle of the city for a while,
Blue sky, blue sea, beach,
It's refreshing and lingering.
On Friday, June 15, 2017, at 1:40 p.m., the G10 and G7 students of our school went on foot to Jiaozhou eco-road. Along the way, the students waalked with vigorous gaits, which became a beautiful scenery.
The trip, which was in the heat of the sun, was so hot that teachers and students faced various tests. The teaching director, the head teacher, the PE teacher coordinated various matters throughout the whole process, ensuring the road safety. They also encouraged all students to keep on walking during the walk.
At the construction site of the bridge in Jiaozhou bay, the students watched the plan of the bridge and the map of the area of the development zone, and learned the future development prospects of the development zone. It only takes 15 minutes in the future from the development zone to the city of Qingdao. The excitement of the students is beyond words.
Their faces were covered with sweat with joy and excitement. Some students also said with confidence: "When I feel tired, I will think about the revolution; when I feel bitter, I will think about the long march of twenty-five thousand. We are students of CCSC. We should strive to complete the test." In less than two hours, the students completed the hike and went back to school.
This activity is a big test for students and teachers, which let the children go out from the classroom to the nature. It is a good chance of learning, which condensed the feelings between teachers and students. It also promoted the feelings between the students. This walk trained the students' perseverance. It also gave us unforgettable memories.
Jiaozhou Bay Bridge is a roadway bridge in eastern China's Shandong province. It transects Jiaozhou Bay, connecting Huangdao District, the city of Qingdao and Huangdao Island. Opened on 30 June 2011, it reduces the road distance between Qingdao and Huangdao. The bridge opened at the same time as the nearby Qing-Huang Tunnel, both part of the Jiaozhou Bay Connection Project.