Philo. Will the city and county fund religious education for Seventh-day Adventists? The counselors from WieluÅ poviat and WieluÅ will focus on the organization of religious classes at the time of out-of-school catechesis in the next sessions. This is a course that Adventists will attend. A request for such an event was made by the pastor of the Vielo church.
Philo. Will the city and county fund religious education for Seventh-day Adventists?
It is the responsibility of the councilors in WieluÅ poviat and WieluÅ to create an after-school educational point for the Adventist Church in the city. The consultants will take decisions on this subject during the next sessions. Pastor SÅawomir WcisÅo addressed Mayor Pawe Okrasa and star Marek Kieler.
According to the regulation of the Minister of National Education, if students from schools run by different authorities attend such a point, these bodies must establish specific rules by agreement. Such a situation occurs in Philo, then the mayor asked the provincial council to reach an agreement on this issue.
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The board responded positively to the request, stating that it would allow students to participate in religious minority classes.
If both houses pass decisions on the agendas of future sessions, the item will be created in the WieluÅ Adventist Church at ul. Krakowski PrzedmieÅcie 21.
Under the terms of the agreement, the district and the commune will also share the costs of organizing and operating this point.
We have accepted this request and if the councils take the appropriate decisions, we will transfer the funds according to the agreement with the municipality of WieluÅ – says staroste Marek Kieler and adds that the expenses must be covered by grants.
The costs of hiring a religious teacher are covered by the municipality, some of which will be reimbursed by their district (depending on the number of students in community schools and the number of mortality schools participating in the courses). These costs will not be high. Classes are held at the Christian Education Center for only two hours per week. Currently, five students will participate in religious classes with a Christian perspective, two in schools run by WieluÅ poviat and three in community institutions.
The teachers will be recruited by the primary school n Â° 4 of Fielo.
The city councilors will decide to reach an agreement on the organization of the item during the meeting on May 31. City councilors, in turn, will focus on the issue during their June 2 deliberations.
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