Yurii Vilkul: Since Monday, 21 March, schools have been restarted in remote mode. Life must go on

Kryvyi Rih is reliably defended, a powerful multi-level defence system has been created, and since Monday, 21 March, distance learning has been resumed in Kryvyi Rih schools. It was announced by Acting Mayor Yurii Vilkul. "Life must go on," he said.

“I believe that even in such difficult conditions, children should receive an education. A flexible schedule of lessons should be drawn up, and all possible Internet resources should be involved,” Yurii Vilkul said.

He stressed that "school leaders must take a balanced approach to the educational process because a large number of school staff are involved in defence of the city, namely, preparing food for our soldiers and refugees, weaving camouflage nets, collecting humanitarian aid, providing round-the-clock shelters in schools."

“Almost 30% of schoolchildren and about 20% of teachers left the city. The educational process should be organized in such a way as to involve even those who have been forced to leave their hometown, ” Yurii Vilkul said.

In kindergartens and out-of-school institutions (Children's Creativity Centres, CYSS, Tourism Centres and others), the temporary suspension of the educational process has been extended.