San Marino. The Rotary School Award was awarded to young people who had matured in San Marino high schools
“The Rotary School Award, reserved for young people who graduated in San Marino high schools with full marks, was presented by the President of the Club Massimo Rastelli, during a convivial meeting held at Fratta”.
The Rotary Club San Marino gives the news, adding: “An evening in which the children and their families were protagonists with the presence of the Secretary for Education and Culture Andrea Belluzzi, the director of the Secondary School Giacomo Esposito, the Rotaract President Giacomo Simoncini, who will leave this position after being called to the highest judiciary of the Republic. Recognizing and rewarding the best academic results of San Marino children has long been an initiative of the Rotary Club of San Marino, which created the Francesco Balsimelli Award since the 1970s. Rotary Scuola, the current name, remains one of the most significant initiatives of the Club, which thus intends to underline the ideal Rotarian commitment of “serving”, which is of great value to the school education, culture and personal growth of these children recognizes that having the future of our Republic is a dowry.
President Rastelli emphasized Rotary’s commitment to collaboration with the School with initiatives for educational orientation, for insertion into the world of work and entrepreneurship. The opportunities that the Rotarian world offers to young people are many, ranging from youth exchange between clubs around the world, to leadership training through RYLA, to initiatives to support the creation of start-ups. We wish the young people present to continue to be curious, to invest more in training to be freer and develop a critical capacity to exercise a real role as a leader.
The speeches by Secretary Belluzzi and Dean Esposito underlined the commitment and courage of the young people who successfully completed a school path made extremely complicated by the pandemic. Congratulations to the awarded children and to the families who supported them and encouragement to future school choices for a complete school education that prepares them for the service of the community. Giacomo Simoncini talked about the experiences of Rotaractor leadership and the opportunities for Rotarian training. He received from those present the compliments and best wishes for the high office he is about to cover, Captain Regent of our Republic.
Classical High School: Giovannini Chiara (100 cum laude)
Economics High School: Giardi Alice (100), Mussoni Sara (100 cum laude)
Linguistic High School: Dall’Olmo Eleonora (100 and praise), Pasquinelli Lorenzo (100) Petreti Giulia (100 and praise), Tamburini Nicol (100 and praise), Volpinari Nicole (100 and praise),
Scientific High School: Canti Linda (100 and praise), Mazza Ginevra (100 and praise), Ciacci Francesca (100), De Vito Federico (100), De Vito Giacomo (100), Guidi Filippo (100), Zafferani Diego (100 and praise), Zanotti Nicola (100 and praise) “.
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