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Mar 21 2022


Grady Singleton

September 23rd was such a lovely day. All the BCIS families got together on the school field for the Terry Fox Run.  All the parents were so excited for this meaningful charitable event.

For this enthusiastic event, the BCIS PTA prepared a surprise for our community——the Olympic torches! The Paralympic torch was in the Early Child Center, and the Olympic torch was on the main campus. They were both highly welcomed. When BCIS mascot Lele appeared among the students holding the torch, they all burst into cheers. This made the following running full of power and enthusiasm.

The Olympic torches present the Olympic spirit, encouraging people to share to love and to be strong. The Terry Fox Run is also an event that calls on people to care about cancer. They have the same root spirit, which is also the BCIS community spirit. This precious spirit needs to be passed down generation by generation, just like people pass the torch.

The Terry Fox Run has always deeply impressed students and parents in BCIS every year. This year because of the torches it became even more special.