From 17 May, students of school No. 175 will continue their studies at two other schools
grades 9 and 11 of Kazan school No. 175 will continue their studies next Monday,
May 17. Until the end of the school year, they will study at a separate block
of school No. 174 with their teachers. The organization of the educational
process and support measures were discussed today at a meeting at school No.
174, which was headed by the Mayor of Kazan Ilsur Metshin.
students will continue their full-time education, the rest will have distance
Opening the meeting, the Mayor once again extended his
condolences to the families of the victims and injured, and thanked the staff
of school No. 175 for their coherent action in an emergency situation. “The
director and the teaching staff showed courage and high professionalism. The
way they acted decisively, quickly alerting law enforcement agencies and without
causing a panic among the children, saved many lives, – the Mayor said. – This
is a terrible tragedy that we won’t forget for a long time. We need to draw the
The director of school No. 175, Amina Valeeva, in
turn, thanked for the support. “The involvement of all those who responded to
this tragedy is priceless. You helped me, my colleagues, parents, and children to
get through this. We felt the support we needed so desperately, - she said. - Today
we must get over it, find the resources to get the educational process back on
“Today we want to consult with you, - I.Metshin
addressed the participants of the meeting. – Two weeks left until the end of
the school year. We have senior classes, graduates who need to take exams. It
is necessary to understand what we can do to help them cope with this situation
and get back to their classes”.
According to psychologists, students from school No.
175 will continue studies on Monday, May 17. Students of grades 9 and 11 will
continue their full-time education at school No. 174, and classes for
first-graders will be organized at school No. 171. All other classes will have
distance learning, said the head of the Department of Education Irek Rizvanov.
According to Aida Ibragimova, director of school No.
174, the school has all necessary conditions for continuing the educational
process of senior school students.
and their parents will be able to consult with a psychologist of the medical-educational
All organizational issues will be resolved in the near
future, but along with this, it is necessary to pay attention to mental state
of the school students, the Mayor noted. “Tell us what can we do first of all
to support children, parents and teachers?” - the head of the city addressed
the participants of the meeting.
The organization of work with psychological services is
being supervised by the Department of State Policy for Children Safeguarding of
the Russian Ministry of Education. Larisa Falkovskaya, director of the
department, noted that it is important to give children time to get over what
“As for the families of the victims and injured, they
are still experiencing a period of grief and heavy emotions. Psychologists provide
assistance at consultations“, - she said.
If desired, students and their parents can be examined
by a psychologist of the medical- educational commission. In addition, the
individual psychological counseling center will continue to work at school No.
174, where high school students will come to study. A program of long-term
psychological support will be developed soon, including for the teaching staff.
“This is a terrible tragedy that occurred on a sunny
May day. We thank our colleagues from the federal government who provided
assistance, we thank all the residents from other cities who organized
commemorative memorials and expressed condolences! Such support means a lot”, -
the Mayor added in conclusion.
For reference, the tragedy at school No. 175 happened
on 11 May. Nine people were killed in shooting, among them are seven children
and two adults, 23 people were hospitalized. Yesterday, eight injured were
taken to Moscow for treatment by a special flight of the Ministry of Emergency