New school was opened in Fedorovka region
UFA, 1 September 2016. /Bashinform News Agency, Alexander Smirnov/.
On August 31, the Head of Bashkortostan Rustem Khamitov during his working trip visited Fedorovka region, where on the eve of the Day of Knowledge, a new building of the secondary school No. 1 in the village of Fedorovka was opened.
The facility was built in record time — for nine months. Its cost was 250 million rubles allocated in the framework of the republican target investment program.
Earlier the educational institution housed in an old building, consisting of two buildings dated 1936 and 1960 years of construction. Rustem Khamitov during one of his business trips stressed the need of a new village school construction and instructed the Government of the region to identify the sources of funding.
Now the secondary school No. 1 for 375 children is located in a modern three-storey building with a total area of 6.7 thousand sq m. The school has 19 classrooms, 12 of them — with laboratories.
In the surrounding area there are four recreation zones, a playground, football, basketball, volleyball fields and auxiliary facilities.
According to the principal Konstantin Morozov, 33 first-graders will start school on September 1.
The Head of the Republic congratulated villagers with the opening of a new school and examined the studying conditions. The school principal marked the low Internet connection which was only 1 Mbit/s so far. This problem will be subject to further solution.
Then the Head of the Republic talked with residents of the district centre, who thanked him for the new school and infrastructure development in general.