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TOMSK, Aug 14 – RIA Tomsk. The Governor's Svetlensky Lyceum will move to a new building in the Northern Park microdistrict near Tomsk in 2021, the head of the region Sergei Zhvachkin told reporters on Wednesday.
On Wednesday Zhvachkin held a retreat on the implementation of the "Housing and Urban Environment" national project. One of the bypass sites was the Northern Park. Earlier it was reported that a lyceum building with a boarding school for non-resident students would be built in this new microdistrict. The decision to build was made by the head of the region following a meeting of the board of trustees of the educational institution.
“We make a decision that the Governor's Lyceum grown out of the building that it has today. There will be a boarding school, just like it is now. We are already replicating the experience that the Lyceum has today on a larger scale. We’ll move here in 2021”, - the governor said.
The Governor's Svetlensky Lyceum was opened in 1995 on the outskirts of Tomsk. Pupils study according to the author’s model developed by the director of the institution Alexander Saybedinov. The lyceum is one of five Tomsk centers for gifted children and has the status of a federal innovation platform of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Today there are 400 students study there (40 of them live in a boarding school).
About the "Housing and Urban Environment" national project
At present the "Housing and Urban Environment" national project is being implemented in the Russian Federation. Its key goals - are to provide affordable housing for middle-income families, including through a mortgage, increase the volume of housing construction, increase the comfort of the urban environment and the direct participation of citizens in this process, ensuring the sustainable reduction of the housing stock unsuitable for living.
It includes four projects: "Mortgage", "Housing", "Formation of a comfortable urban environment" and "Ensuring the sustainable reduction of unsuitable housing stock".