"Restoring school with the help of everyone" Students temporarily closed school cleaning school October 15, Nagano 15:25
At the Matsushiro Junior High School in Nagano City, where the school building was flooded due to the flooding of the Chikuma River due to the typhoon No.19, students mainly worked on cleaning the school building.
The area around Matsushiro Junior High School in Nagano City overflowed into the area due to the increase in the volume of the Chikuma River.
On the 15th, with the aim of resuming classes as soon as possible, about 200 first-year and second-year students who were able to attend school safely and teachers and parents cleaned dry mud on the school building floor. I gathered at school for work.
Kazumi Takahashi called out, “It is necessary for everyone to restore the school to its original state, so let's restore the school together.”
After this, the students were divided into nine groups, sweeping dry mud in the classroom with a broom, and wiping the floor with a rag that they brought.
The first grade boy student said, “I felt so terrible that everything was dirty and I wanted to go to school soon.”
The first grader girl student said, “The mud is hard to clean and it is very difficult to clean. Once the school starts, I want to talk and have fun with everyone.”
School building cleaning and disinfection work continued for 16 days, and the school aims to resume classes on the 18th.