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ROTA 2011

Dieses Projekt wurde mit Unterstützung der Europäischen Kommission finanziert. Die Verantwortlichkeit für den Inhalt dieser Veröffentlichung trägt allein der Verfasser; die Kommission haftet nicht für die weitere Verwendung der darin enthaltenen Angaben.

Some Fotos of the ROTA-Week


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Here you will find the latest, most interesting and of course most important news about the ROTA week.

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  • Working conditions in the Journalism workshop!




  • T-Shirts for everyone

Every participant of the ROTA project got a new T-Shirt and the school would be pleased if everybody wears this T-Shirt tonight for the closing ceremony.

  • Waffeln für Japan

The schools smells of waffles this morning! Some students organized the waffle morning to raise the money for the earthquake victims in Japan. Today is a very important day for Gymnasium Waldstrasse. They are selling “Waffeln” for Japan. You can buy them for €0,50. We tried them of course, and they are good. I would advise everybody to buy them, since they are not very expensive, and it is for charity. So find €0,50 somewhere, and buy one!!!

Show you are not as avaricious as the Dutch, and buy one!!!

  • Hospital ...

The Dance and Acting workshop experiences some difficulties, because one of the students is in hospital and cannot perform at the closing ceremony.
Best wishes for Katharina Best ♥

  • The WAZ, a German newspaper, visited us today (7th April) and the article can be found here.
  • One night only ...
Some student found each other at the ROTA-Disko, and though some were only friends for one night, others are still happily in love today...
(Perhaps we have to change it in "One week only"?!)


  • The Sign:

Some of our German students built a sign in front of Gymnasium Waldstraße.

The sign points at the directions to the ROTA student home countries and the distance between Hattingen and 6 of those countries.
Our Headmaster had the idea to build such a sign, but he also was inspired by a group of students who was studying at this school 25 years ago. They decided to build this sign to remember their time at school. They even came today to help our German students to build it.