‘First bell’ is held in a renovated School 47

02 September 2019, 15:22
Society, Education

After major repairs, school 47 has opened the doors for its students. It became another innovative educational institution of the city. The total investment in construction and equipment amounted to more than UAH 60 million, where about UAH 44.5 million was allocated from the city budget. With the beginning of the new school year, schoolchildren Vadim Boichenko congratulated the students.

The completion of the repair works of the school has coincided with its fortieth anniversary. Renovation of the building was a significant event for children, their parents and teachers. Vadim Boichenko congratulated everyone on the Day of Knowledge and the beginning of the school year in a new school.

‘Mariupol should be strong, vibrant and innovative. To do this, we open such methodological and educational centers. They help our children expand their opportunities for development and unlock their potential. Through such schools we bring up a new generation that will create the future of Mariupol,
Vadim Boichenko stressed.

Adviser to the governor of the Donetsk Regional State Administration Nikolai Trofimenko and the school principal Nina Vorobey congratulated the present.

‘This is the future cultural center of the neighborhood. Holidays and various events will be held here. I am grateful to everyone who made efforts to renew our school,’ Nina Vorobey said.

This year, students were greeted by bright corridors with a creative design and relaxation areas. All rooms are equipped with new furniture, IT equipment and interactive whiteboards. At the initiative of the teacher Victoria Batechko, a computer technology museum was created.

In turn, the production manager Nina Vasechkina showed the guests new kitchen equipment. Electric pans and slow cookers will allow you to cook food quickly and efficiently.

Vadim Boichenko also visited the new sports and assembly halls. The Mayor noted that such hub schools should appear in every district of the city.

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