One of the activities that we love to share together are the integration field trips. In the month of February the Middle School students had a day out of school where they did different activities to reinforce teamwork and develop their creativity. Students from grades 6, 7 and 8 were part of the integration field trips. Hacienda Nogales, Club El Condado and Ruta Cero in Guayllabamba were the sites chosen for outdoor activities. The integration walks are an important activity for young people, as they give them the opportunity to strengthen their interpersonal relationships and develop teamwork skills. Through these activities, they can get to know each other better, learn to trust each other, and better understand the strengths and weaknesses of each group member. In addition, integration walks are a way to foster cooperation and camaraderie among young people. By working together on a task or activity, they can experience the sense of unity and accomplishment that comes from working together toward a common goal. This can help young people develop a sense of belonging to a group and feel more connected to others. Through these activities, our students can develop important skills that will help them throughout their lives, such as the ability to work as part of a team and the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively.