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 樂二所 分校。 






    Brief introduction of Jian-Huo Primary School in Taitung County.







It all started in 1950, while Jian Hao Primary School split from Zhihben Primary school. The first principal was Mr. Yao-Zu Deng. At that time there were about 180 pupils. In 2001, when Grade 1-9 Curriculum was implemented the amounts of pupils grow into 230. At the academic year of 2005, Affiliated Preshool of Jian-Hao Primary School was established, then the Resouce Class was founded at the academic year of 2012. In this academic year of 2016, we have six classes, one class for each grade, for a total of 82 pupils. We also have 30 pupils from the Affiliated Preshool from the age of 3 to 5. Our students consist of Aboriginals (60% of them are Puyumas), Hoklo and Hakkas among others, and we are listed as a key school for Aboriginals. This school belongs to the administrative area of Taitung City, and our school district includes Jian Huo and Jian Sing Villages (Neighborhoods 14-16).





Our school is located in “Semagan (Kasavakan)”, one of the 8 tribes of Puyumas. We are leaning against the Central Mountain Range (Semagan Mountain), facing the Taitung Beinan River alluvial plain and the vast Pacific Ocean, and sitting next to the Zhihben Junior High School, Jhihben Hot Spring and Jhihben National Forest Recreation Area. With beautiful and natural environment, Jian Huo is a simple and quiet rural primary school.





Our campus is spacious, with an area of 2.1 hectares. The two map fountains on left and right front of our campus, the large globe and the seven lined-up mahoganies are the most characteristic landscapes of the school, and the oldest tree in our campus is a mango tree.



民國104年,慈濟基金會以關懷行動,對學校老舊校舍進行拆除重建,拆除原教室22間,依照現有學生人數及功能需求興建了 18間教室,包含了所有年級的教室、圖書室、電腦教室、視聽教室及行政辦公室,滿足了學校教學的實際需求;工程預定10512月完成,新教室融入綠建築設計及社區美學,整體呈現了學校學習氣氛以及學校在社區中美觀的表現。


In 2015, acting in care of students, Tzu Chi Foundation performed demolition and reconstruction to our old school buildings. Based on the number of existing students and our functional needs, they demolished 22 old classrooms and built 18 new ones, including classrooms for all grades, library, computer classroom, audio-video classrooms and administrative offices, and these new classrooms fulfill the actual teaching needs of the school. The construction work is scheduled to be completed in December of 2016. The new classrooms are infused with the green building design and community aesthetics, displaying an ideal learning atmosphere and a beautiful sight in the community as a school.