We the Grade 8 - Our Lady of Pillar are thankful for what Mother Nature has given to us throughout our entire life, now it is our turn to give back the needs of Mother Nature. We pledge to clean our environments including the smallest pile of trash and we shall pick and throw it into their respective bins.
As they say, with great power comes great responsibility. As empowered Ignacian Marians, we, the class of Grade 12 - St. Anne answer to our call as ambassadors for nature. With this, we commit to action and pledge to act and care for the environment with this gratitude tree. Let's join hand in hand, especially during this E-month, to take steps as we move forward and aspire towards a better environment and a restored ecosystem.
For who are you grateful of?
As an Ignacian Marian students we affirm that we will be part of the solution and take an action for pollution as we believe that "Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth." -Herman Hesse.
This is a gratitude tree for Grade 4-HNM for the gratitude tree activity for E-month. All students from our section need to add a leaf until all of us are done. on the leaf we will write our pledge and throughts for the environment. Thanks.
In this pandemic we can't see each other and share our thoughts to one another, but with the help of this gratitude tree we can add a leaf and we can share our thoughts, feelings, things we are thankful for and our plans to make our world a better place for us to live in.
The environment is a gift from God. We, 11- St. Ignatius students, oath to do our best in protecting and caring for our environment. In this tree, you can see our pledges and thanks to Mother Nature.