“Desert Rose” initiative between Amman Academy students, Petra region concludes, 1st add
Executive Director of Petra National Trust, Abdullah Abu Rumman, thanked the participants from Amman Academy and the Petra region for their full commitment to complete the program despite the difficult circumstances the world is going through during the Corona pandemic.
He stressed the importance of activating distance learning experiences at this stage and using modern technology to enhance learning, explaining that this initiative is a good role model, and the first of its kind between Petra National Trust and Amman Academy.
Director of the Amman Academy, Faten Moqtash, expressed the Academy’s pride in the students’ achievement, which comes in line with the school’s mission in training its students to serve and empathize with their communities, which contributes to developing their characters and making students more confident and motivated to interact with local matters.
Amman Academy students commended the school’s most important goal, which is to create a generation that participates in bringing about change, to be able to defend global and local issues and to be active in building a cohesive global team.
To achieve this mission, Amman Academy supports academic cooperation with local and international organizations to maintain a link with communities outside the school.
This initiative was implemented in cooperation with the Directorate of Education in the Petra District and with the support of Solidarity – First Insurance Company and The Jordan 4×4 Club- Civil Defense Volunteers.
Source: Jordan News Agency