Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen: More than 1400 refugees in the district of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen

The current news from Ukraine shows no prospect of a rapid de-escalation of the armed conflict. And so it is not surprising that more and more civilians are fleeing from the Russian attacks and are looking for protection. Among other things, they also arrive in large numbers in the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district: by Wednesday, the district authority counted 1,404 Ukrainian refugees who were temporarily staying here. About 60 more were registered in the district, but have since moved on, according to the district authority. Many school-age children are also among the immigrants. About 350 children between the ages of six and 16 have so far been registered in the immigration office, 126 of them are already registered at a primary or secondary school, according to the state education office.

“In order to give the children some structure in everyday life, three educational welcome groups have already been created,” explains authority spokeswoman Sabine Schmid. Children at the Franz Marc School in Kochel am See, at the Karl Lederer Elementary School in Geretsried and at the elementary school in Lettenholz in Bad Tölz had already attended the groups before the holidays. Start Hammersmith Path.

In the area of ​​secondary level 1, according to the district authority, pedagogical welcome groups will be set up at the Bad Tölz secondary school, the Geretsried grammar school and the Wolfratshausen-Waldram middle school. At the Realschule Bad Tölz and Mittelschule Wolfratshausen-Waldram, these can probably start next week. “Fortunately, the first pedagogical caregivers have already been found, but the greatest challenge remains recruiting staff,” says Schmid.

“The situation in the initial contact points in Geretsried and Bad Tölz is relatively unchanged. People can always be placed in private housing, but it is becoming increasingly difficult to accommodate large family groups,” says District Administrator Josef Niedermaier (FW). Niedermaier announced that refugees from the Ukraine will soon be accommodated in the multi-purpose hall on Akeleistraße in Wolfratshausen.

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