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The members of the council presented to the director general questions about the school building in the Brescia region.
The Provincial Student Council of Brescia, the institutional representative body of students (Presidential Decree 567/96), held an online meeting with the Institutions of the Province of Brescia on the afternoon of Wednesday 16 February, in the figure of the Delegated Councilor for Education, schooling, work and productive activities, vocational training, sports facilities, Filippo Ferrari.
The meeting, which had been on the agenda for some time, focused on school construction in the area. The President of the consultation agreed Lorenzo Lancini (Don Milani-Montichiari), Vice President Matteo Paganotti (San Bernardino-Chiari), the Secretary Francesco Ceruti (Battisti-Salò), President of the Council on the Right to Study and Transport Commission Sofia Labella (Capirola-Ghedi), Assistant to the President of the Consulta Samuel Rizzo (Don Milani-Montichiari), together with Tutor Mateo Hernandez George and the Speaker of the Consultation for the FSO Brescia Prof. Giuliana Finiassisted by prof. Antonella Greco. The institutional table also saw the presence of the Director of the Territorial School Office of Brescia, Giuseppe Bonelli.
The members of the Council asked the Director General, as for the school buildings in the Brescia area, which arose from the meetings of the CPS ‘Student Law and Transport Commission. The Board of Trustees addressed a number of critical issues that arose during the meeting of the committee responsible, in particular the structural problems that many schools have to face, from the architectural problems to the demographic ones. In addition, questions were asked about the province’s competencies in school construction, the money spent on the redevelopment of the premises, the construction of structures outside the school building and on ecologically sustainable structures.
The Ferrari councilor gave clear and diligent answers, explained the steps that need to be taken for the construction or upgrade of a school infrastructure, also presented the budget for the activities 2020-2021 and further documents from the province on the subject , which was discussed at the meeting. . The statements allowed presenting members to understand the work that the province is doing to rehabilitate the school infrastructure, also thanks to the arrival of funds from the PNRR, which the institution was able to use to expand the intervention area. In addition, the aldermen presented an example on the subject of ecologically sustainable school construction, and stressed that they are committed to the construction of buildings that can have the lowest environmental impact. At the end of a very constructive meeting, in which the desire at the institutional level between the presenting parties was reaffirmed several times, a direct link was maintained on issues of mutual interest, to continue the institutional cooperation that had begun. address any emerging issues.