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Wiktoria Tabiś passed away

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On January 17, 2024, at the age of 94, Mrs. Wiktoria Tabiś, teacher and vice-principal of the Leon Kruczkowski First High School in Tychy, passed away.

She was a valued educator, dedicated to her work. Wiktoria Tabiś is the living history of our school.

She was a wonderful and wise person, a support for many generations of educators, dedicated to her passion – mathematics!

Funeral ceremonies will be held on Saturday, January 20 at 12:30 p.m. at the cemetery in Katowice, 9 Murckowska Avenue. Mass will be held in the funeral chapel at the cemetery.

Graduates’ Day and a Prom 2024

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Graduates’ Day in our school- is a day that stands out from the rest, not just because of the ideas of disguises or the overwhelming amusement of the students. Rather, because of the idea and nature of the day. It’s a day when high school students’ fondest dreams come true – to go wild in the school they almost “conquered”. 😊 Joy, creativity and, traditionally, the Polonaise in the corridor in the morning at school, and in the evening the dreamed prom.

Vienna attractions

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In the first edition of the project “We visit the capitals of the European Union”, we visited the capital of Austria – Vienna.
The participants of the trip were students of the fourth, third and second grades, a total of 55 people, plus four lady professors: Katarzyna Scislowicz, Agnieszka Gemborys, Anna Zarmutek and Ruta Seidel.
Our tour began with the very center of Vienna – St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg palace and garden complex with the Imperial Treasury, the Belvedere, the “Mythos Mozart” Museum, the Museum of Technology, the Museum of Art History, the summer residence of the emperors – Schönbrunn Palace. We also visited the Christmas market at Stefansdom, the Charles Borromeo Church and the Museum of Art History.

On the last, third, day of the tour of the capital we viewed, even at this time beautiful, the panorama of the city from Kahlenberg Hill.

All in all, there were many tourist, culinary and educational attractions, it is impossible to describe them all, but the trip, even at this hour, turned out to be rich in experiences and worthy of recommendation.

Santa’s visit

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We present you with a short photo memory of today, when Saint 🎅 visited us and gave us a sweet treat. Not gratuitously, as we had to sing a song or tell a poem.

Cardiology workshop

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Once again, students of our school had the opportunity to participate in cardiology and cardiac surgery workshops held at the cardiology and cardiac surgery departments of the American Heart of Poland Group in Bielsko-Biała. Two students of class 4c – Julia Bazak and Laura Głuszak – took part in the fifth edition of the workshop. The students developed their medical interests under the watchful eye of the workshop’s author, Professor Krzysztof Milewski, MD, director of the Polish-American Heart Clinics in Bielsko-Biala. Young medical enthusiasts at the workshop were able to, among other things, try their hand at a surgical suturing course, perform heart echo examinations and use a laparoscopic examination simulator, and even observe bypass surgery live.

We want to thank the professor for such a valuable initiative. The professor passes on to young people not only skills, but also values related to ethics and concern for patients’ health. It is these types of projects, among others, that shape the future generation of doctors.

Unforgettable experience

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On November 29, class 1d1 participated in an art workshop led by Mr. Wojtek Luka. It is worth mentioning that he is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow and the author of the anniversary exhibition “Ravens” in our School Gallery of Painting and Graphics.

During the first lesson, students were able to demonstrate their interesting and creative ideas by creating one-of-a-kind works with the title “raven.” Then Mr. Wojtek gave a lecture on the possibilities of using the language of abstraction.

The class was a new and unforgettable experience for the students.

Body Worlds

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On November 20, 2023, students of  1c and 3c had the opportunity to see an extraordinary exhibition on human anatomy – Body Worlds. First, a walk through the unique urban and social complex that is Nikiszowiec, followed by a visit to the former Wilson shaft, which in our time has become a modern exhibition space. We saw a historic mining estate and places where the lives of mining families passed. However, we spent the most time visiting the exhibition presenting plastinates of human bodies by Professor Gunther von Hagens. Students had the opportunity to learn about the changes in the human body – from conception to old age. The exhibits, multimedia installations and information provided by the guides allowed them to discover the mysteries and riddles of the human body. In addition to a lively lesson in anatomy, we had the opportunity to reflect on the condition of our health and look at our body from a completely different perspective.

2m in Science Corner

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Class 2m listened to a lecture by Mr. Dr. Bartlomiej Gabrys – lecturer at the University of Economics in Katowice. The lecture was entitled “Swans or rhinos? Which is more dangerous in economics?

Thank you for the opportunity to listen to an interesting lecture and an interesting perspective on economics.

2d2 in Silesian Planetarium

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On Friday, November 10, class 2d2 (mat-geo) went to the Silesian Planetarium.
There we participated in a two-class didactic session, which took place in the Planetarium Hall. During the screening we recalled and learned what governs the movements of the planets in the Solar System, how to measure distances in the Universe, where to look for distant galaxies. We also visited one of the Science Park’s exhibits. Geophysics is an interactive exhibit that shows phenomena related to seismology and meteorology. We were able to experience a simulated earthquake, create tremors that were recorded by sensitive seismometers, we proved ourselves as weather presenters, and in the climate rooms we traveled from the Arctic Circle to the equator.
The students were supervised by educator Anna Łęszczak and Ms. Agnieszka Drong.

Independence Day

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A public holiday in Poland celebrated annually on November 11 to commemorate Poland’s regaining of independence in 1918, after 123 years of partition (1795-1918).