President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has viewed the renovation work carried out at the secondary school No. 251 in Nizami district, Baku and attended the opening of a new block of the school, ONA reports citing Presidential press service.
The head of state was informed of the conditions created at the school. The school had functioned since 1974. It enrolls nearly 1,700 students who are served by nearly 100 teachers.
The 840-seat new block has chemistry, physics, biology labs, 35 classrooms, a library, a reading hall and auxiliary rooms. All classrooms are equipped with teaching aids and projectors.
The school children are also distinguished for their achievements, winning contests held in Romania and Turkey.
After viewing the school, President Ilham Aliyev said to school principal Aygun Azizova:
Convey my greetings to pupils and parents.
Residents of a nearby multi-storey building greeted the head of state from the balconies of their apartments.
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has viewed a major overhaul carried out in secondary school No 251 in the Nizami district of Baku city and attended the opening of a new building of the school, ONA reports.
It has been noted that about 1700 students study at the school, functioning since 1974. Nearly half of them came to school in the second shift. There was a great crowd. Thanks to the new building the problem will be resolved.
The new building is for 840 students. There are chemistry, physics, biology laboratories, 35 classrooms, a library, a reading hall, and auxiliary rooms there. Students of the school are distinguished for their achievements. They have been winners of competitions, held in Romania, Turkey.