The tank area is restoring, but they say the “bad construction” is flawed and the building will certainly get wet in rainy weather.
“Teachers need to teach in classrooms where the ceiling is half hanging, water dripping around their necks”
He outlined the everyday situation in rainy, snowy weather.
According to him, both teachers and students are in danger, because rainwater flows down the pipelines to the sockets and light switches, and water also flows from the electrical equipment.
As a warning to these, A4 drawing sheets were affixed “Watch out, shake! Be careful not to touch it! ” with text captions.
The school tried to ask for help, but they are always just trusted by the authorities, now they rely more on parental help to come together and solve it. However, according to the father, who speaks anonymously with a distorted voice, this is not the responsibility of the parents. There were problems in two classes during the day, one of the rooms had to be closed, but RTL Híradó received an answer from the maintainer of the school, the Veszprém Tank District, that the restoration had already started.
“Renovations were carried out here in the autumn, however, in rainy weather, due to the poor construction of the system, the building may get soaked.”
The authorities added.
Source: Népszava by nepszava.hu.
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