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BVG strike on Monday, 1st April 2019

Dear parents, dear guardians,

On Monday, 1 April 2019,  VERDI called on the employees of Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) to go on strike.

I can understand why this worries you, especially if your children usually use public transport to get to school on their own.

In the course of the morning, there were already several inquiries about how our school deals with this situation.

The QBES is open on Monday and lessons are given according to plan. Children who live in the catchment area and can walk to school are obliged to attend school. For children who are dependent on public transport to get to school, the parents decide on their school attendance. In this case, send your apology in advance by e-mail to the class administration.

However, I would ask you not to contact our secretary's office to ask for feedback that your child has arrived at the school.

Thank you for your understanding.
kind regards
Nicola Kub, assistant headmistress

 

 

PDF Download – Mrs. Kub (deputy head) introduces herself

PDF Download – parent letter: study day

 

And again packages were packed...


Also this year Christmas packages were collected by the Fachbereich "Wertekunde (Lebenskunde/Religion) for the Bahofsmission.
A great campaign to bring the Christmas idea to life.


The established contacts to the Bahnhofsmission in the Jebensstraße (at the zoo) could be resumed without any problems and we welcomed Hila, a fit eighty-year-old as well as Klaus (70 years old) in our school in the 5th grade. So the children could experience convincingly how humanity can look for others. With a lot of enthusiasm and commitment, package after package was loaded into the red bus until the counter stood still at 137.

We were very warmly received by the Bahnhofsmission and would like to pass on to you, dear parents, the great thanks of those responsible.

Renate Tannen(catholic religion teacher)

 

 


 

 

 

 

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