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Pupils of three schools in Birobidzhan cannot sit at their desks because of the flood

Pupils of three schools in Birobidzhan cannot sit at their desks because of the flood
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Pupils of the three schools of Birobidzhan cannot sit at their desks because of the flood. Water flooded the cellars of educational institutions No. 9,11 and 14 and reached the electrical switchboards. The buildings are de-energized, sanitary and epidemiological requirements cannot be observed in such conditions, so it was decided to leave the students at home.

According to the press service of the city administration, from 2 to 14 of September in connection with an emergency, students of flooded schools are switching to distance learning. Through the electronic diary service, they will receive tasks and grades.

“Training will take place through the federal portal“ Russian Electronic School ”. For first graders in educational institutions will be created "Consulting centers." How the points will work, parents will be told by teachers on the school lines, which will be held on September 2. If the water from the basement leaves before September 14, the schools will start working sooner, ”explains Natalya Petrushkova, Deputy Mayor of Birobidzhan.

Mode Emergency acts in EAO since the beginning of August. During this time, 142 residential buildings were flooded, mainly this is the private sector. Over 40 people located in temporary accommodation.