An additional building with 9 classrooms and a room for environmental studies was opened in the Zadobrova basic school in Ljubljana on 3 September 2018. The work budget made 2.5 million euros. Another 300 thousand euros, according to the school’s headmaster Vladimir Znoj, were spent on the purchase of equipment. Now 507 pupils of the school will have better conditions for studies. Among other things, children can use an interactive classroom and a classroom for environmental studies.
New spacious classrooms with fresh renovation and teacher rooms became a pleasant surprise for teachers and children, who met the first day of the new academic year in a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere.
Pupils of the 5–9th grades of the Jože Moškrič basic school in the Nove Jarše district spent the first two days studying in improvised classrooms in Stožica. According to the headmaster Simona Kralj, on Tuesday, 4 September 2018, the school received permission to work, and from Wednesday, the lessons were resumed in the renovated premises. The two-day relocation of several classrooms to Stožica was caused by the damage to the suspended ceiling in the school hall. A comprehensive seismic and energy sanitation was carried out at the Jože Moškrič basic school. Works in the library, kitchen and canteen will be completed by October this year.