Capture the Ignatian character of your school in a creative, original and fun way!
Is the MAGIS a characteristic that describes your school?
Here are a couple of great MAGIS descriptions that might help you create your schools’ Mannequin Challenge scene.
A further characteristic of a Jesuit ministry is openness to new ideas and developments and a willingness to respond in fresh and imaginative ways. Changing situations demand changing responses. Not content with mediocrity or the status quo, a Jesuit work is always ready to introduce new improvements, to face new challenges, to embrace new horizons. This reaching for the ‘more’ is known as the Magis. The Jesuit Workplace Ethos & Practice, Peter Kenney Project.
Excellence in formation
“More” does not imply comparison with others or measurement of progress against an absolute standard; rather is it the fullest possible development of each person’s individual capacities at each stage of life, joined to the willingness to continue this development throughout life and the motivation to use those developed gifts for others. Page 21 (109) Characteristics of Jesuit Education, ICAJE.
Frequently asked questions:
Q: WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THE MAGIS MANNEQUIN CHALLENGE?
Q: HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?
Q: WHAT ARE THE AWARDS?
Q: HOW WILL THE WINNERS BE SELECTED?
Q: WHEN IS THE DEADLINE?
Find the answers to these questions on the Magis Mannequin Challenge Invitation Page.
If you have any questions on participating in the Magis Mannequin Challenge please contact Ciara at firstname.lastname@example.org