• August 31, 2016
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Declaration of the Joachim Lelewel School

The School Board and the Teachers Board of  the Joachim Lelewel School issued a declaration about a situation of the school the day before a new academic year. According to the decision of the Capital Council Board the Joachim Lelewel School was moved from Antokola to Żyrmuny, to the building of department of A. Wiwulski. The council’s authorities promised, that students will move to a completely redecorated building, unfortunately, the redecoration have not finished in a set deadline, till October 26th. Below, there is a declaration of the School Board and the Teachers Board.


We hereby declare that on the strength of decision of School Board and Teachers Board of theJoachim Lelewel School, the teaching process will start on September 1st in a building in Antokolska 33 st. and will be carried out till the redecoration of educational institution in Minties 3 st will have been finished.

Taking into consideration such situation, temporarily the education process (3-4 classes) will be conducted on a second shift.

Learning in a new building in Minties 3 st. will start after the finishing of internal building works.

It will be completely redecorated school, which will continue the tradition of the famous, historical Five, of engineering profil, which will teach students from 0 to 12 classes.

Translated by Aneta Banacka within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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