Students were studying in the Catholic High School and College in Kiskunmajsa last week in 15 degrees Celsius. According to one parent, as soon as the children left the room, the heating was turned off. They had already experienced 11 degrees Celsius in the morning. What is even more outrageous is that the students are not allowed to wear coats.
“The average temperature is around 15 degrees Celsius, but we have recorded colder temperatures,” one parent told RTL Híradó. He said that as soon as the children leave the classroom, they turn the heating down. Students and their parents have even run into 11 degrees in the morning. According to parents, children not only get cold but also regularly fall ill in the cold because they are not allowed to wear coats.
The parent made a complaint about this outrageous situation. He was told that the school had been ordered to heat the school as normal. According to Zoltán Farkas, the principal, such temporary cases of heating issues may have occurred, but they have been eliminated, Telex writes.
The thermometers were taken away from the children, napi.hu writes, as “only the school’s maintenance staff can take reliable measurements”, according to the principal of the school. On the coat ban, Farkas said that “a school has to discipline the children”, they would do better not to wear ankle-length, ripped jeans, sneakers and T-shirts “above which they want to wear a coat”.
Source: rtl.hu, telex.hu, napi.hu