Coming soon to school: Vice-Mayor A. Chynybaeva checks schools and kindergartens

The capital’s mayor’s office begins a phased resumption of the educational process offline, from January 18, grades 1, 5, 9 and 11 will go to school. Kindergartens will roughly start working from February 1, while children from preparatory groups will go to the kindergarten.

At the moment we are preparing educational organizations for launch.

Today, with the vice-mayor for social affairs Aizhan Chynybaeva, we checked the readiness of schools and kindergartens to receive children, compliance with sanitary and epidemiological rules, and completion of repair work.

The inspection took place in schools # 4, # 47 and kindergartens # 4, # 134.

At school number 4 on the Ogonbaeva St. 207 is actively preparing to resume lessons. Here in 2020, according to the plan, a major overhaul of bathrooms and internal heating networks of the building was carried out.

The school has created conditions for the observance of sanitary rules, organized entrance filters. Students will be seated in a checkerboard pattern, classes will be divided into two groups. During breaks, the children will be taken out by the teachers on duty, the classes will be ventilated and disinfected.

The preparation was checked in the classrooms of school №47 Tselinnoy St. 16. Here, the repair of bathrooms has also been completed, preparations are underway to start work.

In kindergarten №4 of the Pervomaisky district, vice-mayor A. Chynybaeva accepted the repair of toilets and the external sewerage network, checked the compliance with the algorithm for the protection of children, caregivers and nannies. Note that the kindergarten is ready to resume work, the staff is ready, disinfectants and PPE have also been purchased.

Special kindergarten No. 134 in microdistrict No. 4 for children with severe speech impairments also passed the check. Note that it is already working, all sanitary rules are being observed.

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