Wednesday, June 20, 2018

New kindergarten to be constructed in Upper Iset area

Sergei Myamin, the deputy head of the administration of the city of Yekaterinburg on capital construction and land, recently met with the commission on land use and development to discuss the draft accommodations for the construction of a new kindergarten in the Upper Iset district.

Members of the commission agreed to amend the land used and developed in the area. The commission will allow for the school to be built within the territorial boundaries of the CA-6 and the territorial boundaries of the zone F-5, reports.

According to the plan, the school will have a capacity of 270 students.

The Department of Education Administration of Yekaterinburg has drafted a new program for the years 2015-2016. The goal is to provide free pre-school education to 100 percent of children from the ages of three to seven.

In 2013-2014, the city hopes to increase kindergarten capacity by 1085, through the rehabilitation of current buildings and the repurposing of previously unused buildings, reports.