Putting a basic education school into service in Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor, (ST) - The Directorate of Education in Deir Al-Zour has put into service, Faisal School for Basic Education in liberated Al-Jubaila district, after its maintenance, rehabilitation, and repairing damages caused by terrorism.

The director of education, Khalil Hajj Obaid, said that Faisal School is one of the oldest schools in the governorate and accommodates about 200 students, which is the second school that has been put into service in this neighborhood after the Badr Al-Din Al-Aifan School, which includes about 800 students, which relieves students from the trouble of moving to schools located in other neighborhoods.

A number of families noted the government efforts being made in the reconstruction of the liberated city of Deir Al-Zour, especially in the educational sector, which contributes to returning students to school seats and saves them the trouble of moving to schools in other neighborhoods, which encourages more families to return to their homes after providing services the basic.
It is noteworthy that the number of schools opened after restoring security and stability to Deir Ezzor Governorate reached 311 schools, which includes about 128 thousand students.

Raghda Sawas