The bell rang again at Vladislav Ribnekar Primary School, where 9 students and a security guard lost their lives in an armed attack in Serbia on May 3.
Serbian Ministry of Education Snezana Vuković told local media that Class 7/II, which has lost many students, will also attend classes.
Noting that the students personally demanded to return to the classroom with physical and health information lessons, Vukovich said, “If parents realize that their children are afraid, the student in question does not have to go to school. It will be sufficient for them to notify the school administration in writing.” He said.
Noting that the school consists of a well-separated building, Vukovich noted, “There will be no lessons in the building where the attack took place. The students will be supervised in the morning and afternoon by 6 police officers.” Use his statements.
Vuković stated that classes at Vladislav Rybnicar Elementary School started a week after the shooting, but the students were not obligated to come to the school.
Kosta Kekmanović Fateh is a seventh-grade student named A.S. , shooting a security guard and students on May 3, killing 10 people, including 9 children and a security guard.
He stated that Kecmanović had been planning the attack for a month, in which 6 children and 7 people, including a teacher, were injured, and he was included in the school’s plan with a list of the students he attacked.
source: Balkan News
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