In behavioral psychology, people call the phenomenon that it takes at least 21 days for a person’s new habits or new ideas to form and consolidate, which is called the 21-day effect. If people’s habitual actions or thoughts can be shaped in 21 days, then within 100 days, can personal development be further improved? Achieve a different self through 100 days of trials? On the 100th day before the arrival of ZhongKao, the G9 students demonstrated their determination and answers through hundred days ceremony.
On the afternoon of March 17, all the classmates and teachers of the G9 and the representatives of the parents of the G9 participated in the hundred days ceremony. The ceremony started by the host’s catching opening speech.
First of all, Principal Qiu affirmed that the students in G9 have laid a solid foundation for learning through two and a half years of study. She is very happy to see that the students are standing on the starting line of the 100-day countdown with high spirits. At the same time, she also hopes that the students can clarify their goals for further studies, grasp the current learning status, make timely adjustments, work hard, and leave a strong mark in the 2021 ZhongKao.
Ms.Fang shared a story about life’s mission with G9 students. Everyone has a certain mission in life. Passing ZhongKao is the common mission of G9 students Ms.Fang also encourages everyone: No test can determine a person’s life; however, every exam you experience will be an important part of your life.
G9 Steven Huang made a speech on behalf of all the G9. In his speech, Steven reviewed the 100 days spent on campus, from ignorance to maturity, from beginners to successful learning, Every 100 days has witnessed the growth of the students again and again, and these last 100 days will lead everyone to a new stage of life. He hopes that every student can live up to their dreams and live up to their youth.
Then, parent representatives, student representatives and Principal Qiu unveiled the 100-day countdown board for ZhongKao. The countdown board will be hung in the corridor of the school, reminding G9 students to cherish every minute and every second of the final stage.
Finally, under the leading from G9 Rachel Wang, all G9 students took the 100-day oath. In this final sprint stage, every student is willing to do their best to gather three years of hard work into a hundred days of full devotion, make an all-out effort, and draw a successful end to my middle school life.
Although the 45-minute ceremony is short, we believe it is a brand new start for all G9. I believe that in 100 days, every student will be able to break through the cocoon and become a butterfly, and start a new study life with satisfactory results. In the future, they can use this as an incentive to help themselves through life’s challenges one after another.