These photos present how children in Ukraine are going again to highschool with air raid bunkers on the prepared.
The first piece of footage exhibits a college within the Poltava area in central Ukraine able to welcome college students again to its lecture rooms, with the basement kitted out like a bunker ought to the Russians launch air raids.
The footage was obtained Wednesday from the governor of the central Ukrainian area of Poltava, Dmytro Lunin, 42, who stated: “Poltava Oblast is ready for the start of the academic year in various formats. Parents choose the form of education.
“Our priority remains unchanged: safety. Thanks to Ukrainian defenders, children in Poltava region can study online and offline. And the best thanks from them to our soldiers is to get quality knowledge. Everything will be Ukraine.”
The photos had been additionally relayed by the Poltava area.
Lunin had stated on August 16: “The educational process should be minimally stressful, maximum safety and quality. September 1 is just over two weeks away. Together with my deputy Maxim Kalininin, we will go to places and check shelters in kindergartens and schools.”
He added on the time: “Smaller village schools are also being prepared. Overall, the process is in full swing in the region. Some institutions have already managed the task, some continue their work. The coverings must meet the established standards.
“There ought to be warmth, gentle, air con, web connection, water provides, bogs. Talking about the price of tools is a comparatively small expense for communities.”
Lunin advised schools to prepare shelters, saying: “I strongly advise to deal with shelter in faculties to all communities. This challenge ought to be thought-about not solely tactically, but in addition strategically. There are 533 faculties within the area. 100 and sixty of them are prepared, and about 130 extra within the means of preparation. The district and communities are doing all the things proper now to ensure faculties have the fitting shelter. The youngsters’s security comes first.”
It was introduced that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited a college within the Irpin space simply exterior the capital Kyiv on Knowledge Day, which is September 1 in Ukraine.
Zelensky visited the secondary college, which was broken in March throughout the Russian invasion and can welcome 1,300 college students again, and took half in a particular class.
Greeting each other with “Slava Ukraini!” (‘Glory to Ukraine!’), the president talked to the schoolchildren and congratulated them, in response to the Office of the President of Ukraine.
He instructed the schoolchildren: “School is a second home. It is very nice to see so many sunny, bright children. You are recharging us all today. It’s good for you to study, good luck and all the best.”
Zelensky additionally inspected the varsity’s basement, which has been “set up to shelter students during air raids,” in response to his workplace.
The Office of the President additionally stated: “Oleksiy Kuleba, head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, told Volodymyr Zelensky, after the full-scale invasion of Russia into Ukraine, 215 educational institutions were damaged in the Kyiv region, and 12 were completely destroyed. From 1 September, 412 kindergartens and 548 schools will work in the region in full-time and mixed formats. Eighty-two percent of schools have shelters.”
After his go to, Zelensky stated on his official Facebook account: “Knowledge Day in one of Irpen schools. The institution suffered during the fighting in March, but before the start of the new school year it was restored.
“Today our kids are going to highschool for the primary time or going again to studying, persevering with their schooling. They may have the chance to see, hear, know Ukraine.
“We are working to ensure that every Ukrainian war-damaged educational institution resumed operations, and our children were safe and nothing prevented them from gaining knowledge.”
Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 in what the Kremlin remains to be calling a “special military operation.” Friday marks the 191st day of the warfare.
This story was offered to Newsweek by Zenger News.