In the 4 provinces where the destruction was most severe, students are returning to their schools. Education starts gradually in Kahramanmaraş, Hatay, Adıyaman and Malatya.
After the 7.7 and 7.6 magnitude earthquakes affecting 11 provinces centered in Pazarcık and Elbistan districts, the school bell rang for the students after the renovation and repair works were completed in the schools in the Andırın district, where 3,101 students were enrolled.
Students at Tufanpaşa Elementary School, which decorated the stairs of their school with balloons with Turkish flags, were taken to the classrooms after a moment of silence and the National Anthem.
It was observed that most of the students came to the school, which has approximately 278 students.
Education, which was planned to start on February 6 after the semester break in the city, was postponed due to earthquakes.
On the other hand, it was learned that the start date of education and training in 9 districts of Kahramanmaraş will be announced by the governorship.
Education starts in 8 districts of Malatya
In Malatya, the school bell will ring again for students after 49 days. Students in 8 districts will continue their education from where they left off.
Face-to-face training will begin in the districts of Arapgir, Arguvan, Hekimhan, Darende, Doğanyol, Pütürge, Kale and Yazıhan.
Schools in 7 districts of Hatay are ready for education
Preparations have been completed in 494 schools in 7 districts in Hatay.
The bell will ring in the districts of Altınözü, Arsuz, Dörtyol, Erzin, Reyhanlı, Payas and Yayladağı.
Tent classrooms were created for earthquake-affected students in Adıyaman
In 5 districts of Adıyaman, school desks are waiting for their students. Training will continue in Çelikhan, Kahta, Gerger, Samsat and Sincik.
Tent classrooms were also set up for earthquake-affected students in the city centre.
Students will start the lesson at Beşpınar Culture Education and Social Support Campus.
Students staying in container and tent cities will be transported to the education campus by shuttles.
Source: TRT Haber