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The Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation Drying Little Tears supports the „Evangelische Stiftung Michaelshof“ in its expansion to 132 places.

Regine Sixt opened the new nursery school of the Michael School in Rostock at a ceremony. The Regine Sixt Children’s Aid Foundation „Drying Little Tears“ financed the interior design and fittings of the children's care centre. Together with a pupil and Dr. Julian zu Putlitz, board member of the Regine Sixt Children's Relief Foundation, they cut the red ribbon to form the new crèche. Other guests of honour included Mathias Brodkorb, Minister for Education, Science and Culture in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Dr. Chris Müller, Senator for Finance, Administration and Order of the Hanseatic City of Rostock. After a move and the renovation of the new location, the crèche now offers room for 132 children. The reopening of the school, including the nursery, took place in time for the new school year.

 

The Evangelische Stiftung Michaelshof runs a so-called inclusive school with the Michaelschule, which implements equal cooperation in a learning and living community of pupils with and without special educational priorities. With her move to the new premises at Dierkower Damm, she creates the basis for the planned expansion of the school into an integrated comprehensive school with upper secondary school.

 

Regine Sixt:

„Dealing with the issue of inclusion is an important task for schools. With its inclusive teaching methods, the Michael School makes a valuable and lasting contribution. We are therefore pleased that we were able to participate in the major redevelopment of the new Hort. At the same time, the commitment of Tränchen Trocknen is also a commitment to the Rostock region, the second largest Sixt site in the world.“