Teachers in Alexandrovo-Slobodskoye settlement of Zainsky district persuaded children to take up such a useful activity. More than 60 pairs of crutches have already been made. To each pair, schoolchildren attach signs with wishes from the residents and “admiration” for “endurance, hard work, perseverance and heroism.” Making crutches is included in technology lessons programme.
It is always like this: at first, teachers teach children to collect humanitarian aid for the war, write letters to a soldier and make military equipment, and then they teach them how to make crutches and how to avoid meeting an imperial veteran in a dark alley. The next stage of development for Russian schools is the production of coffins in crafts lessons. You are holding an all-Russian school competition for the best coffin for a Russian hero!
Alexandrovo-Sloboskoye settlement includes the word Sloboda in its name for a reason – previously this word denoted those settlements of free people that did not have serfdom or slavery. But the descendants decided to enroll as slaves voluntarily and without shackles.