Victor Kuvaytsev visits “Farewell Bell” celebration in Penza school on Yagodnaya street
Penza, 23 May 2015. PenzaNews. The head of Penza city Victor Kuvaytsev took part in the “Farewell Bell” school celebration held in the Akhuny district school No. 19 on Yagodnaya street on Saturday, May 23.
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He congratulated the secondary school graduates and wished them further successes and luck in their chosen future professions.
“You have great opportunities for realizing yourself. I understand each of you will achieve success in their own way, but do not be desperate. In our city, we will respect any choice you will make on where to continue your education and what to strive for with the help of your determination and your parents’ wisdom,” said the head of the city.
Victor Kuvaytsev also expressed his hope that the graduates will stay to work in Penza companies and enterprises in the future.
“We will be glad to see you both as professionals of higher education and skilled workers of vocational education in any sector of our city’s economy. I cannot forecast the future for all of you, but I believe you will do a lot for prosperity of our dear city,” he stressed.
Afterwards, the head of the city presented the teachers, parents and graduates letters of gratitude and official certificates of merit.
The school year of 2014-2015 became the graduate year for the class 11A of the school No. 19, led by its homeroom teacher Lyudmila Kupriyanchuk.
The now-graduates had many lessons full of valuable information, fun events and competitions from September to May, said the school’s principal Yuri Romanov.
“Our school achieved good results. So thank you very much, dear children, dear teachers and parents. Today is the special day of celebration for our graduates. It is not just one event out of many, but the finish to their school life. The Farewell Bell gives start to a new life and hopes,” he said, wishing the graduates good luck on their upcoming exams.
The official part was followed by a small performance organized by the students of the school No. 19, a farewell waltz, the Farewell Bell ringing, and a balloon-releasing ceremony.