Kerstin celina discusses with tenth graders

On the last school day before the easter vacations, the member of the state parliament kerstin celina (grune) visited the gymnasium wiesentheid. According to a press release from the school, all students in the 10. In the 90 minutes of speaking time, the students had the opportunity to ask the politician questions that concerned them.

Kerstin celina began by briefly describing her own career and path into politics, before moving on to a topic that plays an important role at the school: inclusion. Since in the 10. Since the second year of the social science branch is an inclusion trip and celina is the spokesperson for social policy and inclusion for the greens, this topic was a good starting point, according to the press release. While the students told her about the school’s cooperation with the "mainfrankische werkstatten" and the joint annual class trip, she informed the students about her work and initiatives in the field of mental illnesses.

“Better opportunities for children”

Decker immediately answered the question of whether a school expansion costing a good 1.1 million could still be justified in today’s world: "we wanted to go along with the ministry of education’s quality offensive and expand the range of schools on offer. An elementary school close to home with an in-depth requirement in the bound all-day school, a middle school with a strong vocational and practical orientation – here young people prepare particularly intensively for training and professional life. I think that businesses and trades are now eagerly awaiting such school leavers."

At the same time, the intermediate school-leaving certificate also enables students to continue on to a technical secondary school or even to obtain a general higher education entrance qualification and to enter a grammar school. "The domestic economy needs middle school graduates", decker stressed.

Inauguration of the experimental workshop

The new experiment workshop was officially inaugurated and opens up an interesting and fascinating world for the children. So they not only get answers to their questions, but also learn to understand and comprehend, and can try out many things for themselves. However, it is not only the elementary school students who will benefit from the new space, but it will also be used by the working group (AG). It consists of the preschool children from the two marktrodach kindergartens and the schoolchildren from the 2nd grade. Elementary school class.
Annegret hummrich: "this working group has been in existence since the 2013/14 school year, but it was always a hell of a mess, because we didn’t have our own room for our experiments. We always had to lug everything back and forth, we could never leave anything standing. Now we are happy about a great equipment with a lot of storage space." A sensible use has been found for the former classroom, she says, and goes on to argue: "we don’t want to stand still, we want to develop further, we want to realize ideas." The establishment of an experiment room was made possible by the financial donation of the couple reinhard and maria ultsch.
They explain the reason for this request as follows: "an investment in education generates the highest possible returns. Our money goes here one-to-one and that is very important to us." Mayor norbert grabner also spoke of the fact that the municipality is happy to "invest in the future" and was pleased that in the elementary school the money is always used in a meaningful and appropriate way. Gisela rohde, head of the school authority in kronach, was particularly impressed: "mrs. Hummrich always takes the parents and the teaching staff on board and thus maintains the unity of an optimal family community."

Infantry school hammelburg soon competent for ksk?

Since 29. On may 5, a working group in the federal ministry of defense looked into the incidents in the special forces command (KSK) and drew up 60 measures for reforming the unit. The final report is clear: it can’t stay the way it is, and the KSK can’t reform on its own. Early in the report, as the fourth point, it is demanded that "the training sector of the KSK be placed under the command of the infantry training center" becomes. This center has its seat on the hammelburg camp hill. But no one there or in berlin can say exactly what that means. "Now the task is to evaluate the results of the working group and implement the mabnahmen", said a spokesman for the ministry of defense, referring to autumn: at the end of october, a decision will be made on whether and how to continue with the KSK.

The special commando was founded in 1996: in 1994, belgian special units had rescued german citizens during the genocide in rwanda, because the federal republic did not have its own unit for such operations. In june 1995, the federal government decided to set up the KSK, at 20. September 1996 the unit was officially put into service, from april 1997 it was deployed worldwide, among others in the balkans and afghanistan.

The demolition excavator rolls in rugendorf

As mayor ralf holzmann announced at the town council meeting on monday, the house at muhlleite no. 7, the local guardhouse just after the schoolhouse, has been demolished since tuesday. The former agricultural property is owned by the municipality after the former owners, who live on lake constance, could not find a buyer for the property; it is too rough, too old and too expensive to renovate.

A park with public access and a garden in the center is to be created on the site, for which a design by the landscape architects wirth and birkenbeul in kulmbach already exists. The project is registered with the "forderinitiative nordbayern" (subsidy possibility up to 90 percent) submitted. However, there are also plans to sell the land as building land for two or three private houses, as there is a demand for this. Parking spaces to be built next to the adjacent school building.

Farewell to school district director loffler in coburg

The head of the state education authority for the county and city of coburg, director of the education authority werner loffler, retired on friday in a ceremony. At the same time, the new school board members stefanie mayr-leidnecker and ulrich barth were appointed to their positions.

District administrator michael busch, also on behalf of mayor norbert tessmer, thanked the outgoing director of the school district, loffler, for his tireless commitment to the school district. Loffler is now ending a career that has been his life's work for four decades. Loffler had carried this out with expertise, tact and patience. Predictability, trust, openness and willingness to help are the hallmarks of the outgoing director of the school district, according to busch.

Young girl from ebelsbach wins five elections at once

It actually began quite "harmlessly": vanessa frank was elected class president by her 27 fellow students, which is not unusual. Her career really took off. After another successful election, the 15-year-old from ebelsbach represents not only her class, the M10, but also the entire albrecht durer middle school in habfurt, which she has only been attending for eight months. And in the meantime she is active all over the state.

Why? "All the school representatives in the district have elected a district school representative and a deputy," she says, vanessa frank explains. "She then went on to wurzburg, where all the district school representatives of lower franconia elected a district school representative for lower franconia and a deputy." Then came the preliminary climax, finally she received an invitation from the bavarian ministry of education to the state school conference in munich. Two days of getting to know each other, including a few meetings and various exchanges of opinion, were enough for the girl from ebelsbach to become the new regional school representative at the end of november. "I myself am very proud to be able to hold this office and to have the trust of the bavarian schoolchildren, the passionate soccer player is still pleased, although she is still very surprised. After all, it was "a challenge and a success for her to prevail in five elections."

Collecting deposit bottles is worthwhile

Christoph koberstein from the kraftfahrausbildungszentrum simulator in hammelburg had the idea of setting up collection bins for deposit bottles in the accommodation buildings of his training facility and collecting them for a good cause.
He labeled the holders with the notice that the proceeds of the deposit will be donated to the federal social welfare organization. This stimulated a large part of the driving school to do good in this way. The deposit bottles are handed in regularly and the receipts are meticulously recorded. The campaign, which is already in its second year, has once again resulted in a substantial donation to the bundeswehr social welfare organization.
In the hammelburg "driving school company in particular, driving instructors for the ATF dingo are being prepared for their work in a two-week training course. Driving school training for the wiesel and the marder armored personnel carrier is also taking place in a four-week course at the lagerberg.
Captain thomas heinrich, regional director of the bundeswehr social welfare organization at the infantry school, was pleased with the amount of 776.04 euros that was presented to him by the company. Company commander captain matthias schuler and his "spieb staff sergeant thomas wenzel, did not miss the opportunity to be present in person at the handover. The head of the regional office described the action as an ingenious idea; on the one hand, the socially weaker members of our community are helped and, at the same time, something good is done for the environment.

Crying smiley prints the tempo

In october and november, employees of the municipality have set up their speed measuring device in the area dientzenhofer strabe (our newspaper reported). According to the opinion of some residents in the new building area at the eidig, far too many vehicles were using this road as a "bypass road" from or to prachting. In addition, they complained about excessive speeds and that many vehicles were not driving in the right lane, but rather in a criss-cross manner.

On tuesday, the members of the construction committee took a look at the situation on site. "The motorist is anxious to get somewhere as quickly as possible, most even drive straight across", complained mayor bernhard storath (CSU). Even during the local meeting itself, two cars were driving on the "wrong" road page. In fact, the square in the middle of the new construction area is very rough, only a few construction sites have already been built on, and there are no markings on the roadway.

In the crossfire of criticism

Mayor fridolin zehner (CSU) had a great deal to report at the town hall meeting in the multipurpose hall. The spectrum ranged from the church square to the water supply to wastewater and the "vexed issue" multi-purpose hall. Day care will not be available as soon as desired because caritas and diakonie are not prepared to operate it. There will be a cistern in the school and churchyard into which the water from the town hall, the school, the youth center and one side of the church roof will flow, according to zehner. The water is to be used as loschwasser and to the gieben. The only drawback is the cost: the schoolyard alone costs 1.3 million euros instead of one million, and the entire renovation costs 1.9 million euros, including the youth center. The municipality receives 800,000 euros in subsidies, which means that it has to raise 1.1 million itself. "The budget gives it, that does not hurt us yet. This would be possible without debt, if this was the only purchase", commented the mayor.

In 2014, the municipality was connected to the wastewater association of the upper werntal communities. Since then, the measured wastewater quantities have been criticized again and again. For this reason, the municipality called in the arbitration board at the district office in schweinfurt. Fridolin zehner calculated that the municipality sells about 120 cubic meters of drinking water per day, most of which ends up back in the sewer. However, the measurement results for the wastewater are often much higher. The reason has apparently been found: a backwater was able to form at the measuring device. The damage is repaired, said tenner. The mayor also discussed the construction of the new water supply system. It is planned to build new concrete deep tanks or steel high tanks with a capacity of two times 200 cubic meters at the johannesberg. The municipality is recovering a large part of the costs of around 1.6 million euros from the residents: everyone is expected to pay around 90 cents per square meter of land. About six euros per square meter of floor space will be dropped. The owners of undeveloped building plots pay instead six euros per square meter for a quarter of the plot area. Zehner hopes that this will be an incentive for the owners of some undeveloped plots to sell after all, because there are many young people who want to build.