The concept of solidarity depends on the worldview of each one: sometimes, this action triggers a teamwork with different forms of awareness that involves society, sometimes it is understood only as possibly help someone who needs it. Whatever your purpose, the spirit of solidarity is always welcome and greatly contributes to the development of virtues.
By taking the mission to develop citizenship and, believing that the virtues are perfected with the habit, the College trilingual Innovation comes valuing and encouraging the efforts of students willing to do good. The results show an evolution in the subjects' intention to be supportive of significant experiences of reciprocity and mutual respect, characteristic of a cooperative environment.
The first initiative came from the students during a science class with Professor Silvana, when she got a video on nutrition and malnutrition that showed also social inequalities. Students sensitized organized quickly to collect non-perishable food, and encouraged by the school, the campaign expanded to involve the entire college, thus resulting in the Project Children and Youth Solidarity, which aims to help people financially needy. To this are campaigns, raffles and collecting food, clothing, shoes, toys and school supplies to be distributed to students in poor communities Chapecó.
Another demonstration of solidarity has been attracting attention in escola.Trata is the attention and care that the student Aimee Laufer Gonçalves, the 8th grade has received from colleagues after carrying out an orthopedic surgery. With the immobilized her leg started to experience mobility limitations in school, in view of the grandeur of space. Due to this limitation, has received all the affection of her colleagues that circulate through the school grounds via the lift and opted to stay with a colleague in the classroom during recess.