Mr. Nguyen Duc Trung, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the Nghe An Provincial People's Committee visited the Ky Son High School construction site in Muong Xen town, Ky Son district, Nghe An province, on December 26, 2021. Mr. Vi Hoe, Secretary of the District Party Committee, and Mr. Nguyen Huu Minh, Chairman of the People's Committee of Ky Son district, and leaders of some province departments, accompanied him.
The construction of Ky Son High School will cost more than 110 billion VND in total. The project was built on an area of approximately 26,000 m2, with a modern and scientific design that meets the standards of the National Standard School and includes more than 40 classrooms, eight function rooms, 122 boarding rooms, and 42 registration rooms. It is planned to renovate the old school (4 buildings), construct a new classroom building (5 floors), one dormitory building (3 floors), 2 boarding buildings (3 – 5 floors), and a football field along with ancillary works and infrastructure to support the teaching work of Ky Son High School's teachers and students. The project is being built and completed quickly, with completion expected by September 2022 and use beginning with the 2022-2023 school year.
Trungnam Group's representative welcomed the Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, who came to inspect the progress of Ky Son High School's construction.
Through the unit reports and the actual inspection, Mr. Nguyen Duc Trung, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, thanked the leaders of Trungnam Group for taking care of people's lives and building schools for the children of Ky Son people. According to the Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, this is the district's critical project for the year. It will play a significant role in the district's socio-economic development in 2022 and 2021-2025.
Mr. Nguyen Duc Trung, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, thanked the leaders of Trungnam Group for taking care of Ky Son people's lives and building schools for their children.
During the inspection, the Provincial People's Committee Chairman noted that the district level guides the school unit to properly arrange the maintenance of teaching and learning to avoid being impacted when classroom repairs and new construction are completed. Simultaneously, he requested that the leaders of the Ky Son district create the most favorable conditions for administrative procedures and premises so that the construction of schools for children could begin as soon as possible. This is an educational project for local children, so it is necessary to mobilize measures to resolve issues so that the projects can be completed and put to use as soon as possible.