Donaueschingen: Goodbye WG: Hawaii tourists mix up their school when they leave

Literally with drums and trumpets, the high school graduates of the commercial and home economics schools in Donaueschingen freed their classmates from regular classes by parading through the classrooms with whistles and loudspeakers.

In the school building, initially dressed in corona protective suits, the celebratory graduates on campus finally turned out to be colorfully costumed Hawaii vacationers. These tourists knew how to put the school community in a holiday mood and party mood at Abistreich.

KHS teacher Markus Wehrle showed full commitment in the volleyball game at this year's graduation from the business high school.

KHS teacher Markus Wehrle showed full commitment in the volleyball game at this year’s graduation from the business high school. | Image: Melanie Maier-Hauser

Instead of studying business administration, mathematics and English in the muggy classroom, according to a message from the school, games such as a dictation competition, a volleyball match or a song contest were on the schedule outdoors in sunny weather.

KHS teacher Sybille Rudiger keeps her nerves in the dictation competition and wins easily.

KHS teacher Sybille Rudiger keeps her nerves in the dictation competition and wins easily. | Image: Melanie Maier-Hauser

The teachers had to compete with the students in various competitions and were tested for a change in musical, linguistic and athletic aspects.

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