Alexander Jacob presides over opening of two kindergartens
Ordzhonikidze district head Oleg Lefton was also in attendance at the openings of the Rainbow Center and kindergarten No. 154, Ekburg.ru reports.
Originally opened in 1962, the Rainbow Center day care facility on Sailors street was converted into a training center for Omega. In April, municipal crews began a reconstruction project to transform the building back into a kindergarten facility.
The current Rainbow Center will enroll up to 100 area children suffering from severe speech problems, musculoskeletal disorders and other diseases. The facility is fully-staffed with teachers, speech therapists, psychologists and a medical staff who will educate and treat students in two separate shifts. Students of the Rainbow Center will have access to the school's well-equipped music room, study aides, sensory room and speech therapy facilities, Ekburg.ru reports.
Situated on the Ordzhonikidze district's Victory street, kindergarten No. 154 was first opened in 1959 under the ownership of Uralmashzavod. In 1998, the building was converted into the Constellation pre-school center.
Renovations began in February 2013 to restore the building into a modern pre-school facility with a student capacity of 100. Now open, kindergarten No. 154 will enroll children between the ages of three and four.
Kindergarten No. 154 is equipped with a music hall and a gymnasium as well as a modern dining and medical facilities, according to Ekburg.ru.
The Ordzhonikidze district plans to open three additional kindergartens by the end of 2014.
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