Rui Barbosa State School

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Rui Barbosa State School is a state public school in the city of Campo Grande in Brazil founded in 1970. [1] [2]

History[change | change source]

In 1970, 3 rooms were built for catechesis, a missionary work of the Salesians, at the request of parents who were already working in the community. Literacy classes started in October.

In 1971, 14 more classrooms were built, in a joint effort by the community. The construction material was donated by the Campo Grande society linked to the Salesian Mission.

Promotions were carried out with the objective of seeking financial resources to complete the work. As the SED proves the need to create and authorize the Paulo VI Parish Gymnasium to operate, as of March 1, 1972, an agreement was signed between SED and the Paulo VI Social Work, creating the Rui Barbosa State College. This name was chosen due to the death of Rui Barbosa . [3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Escola - Ee Rui Barbosa - Campo Grande - MS". www.escol.as. Retrieved 2022-04-14.
  2. bbento, Mahmod A. Issa /. "Reforma da EE Rui Barbosa beneficia mais de mil estudantes da região do bairro Santo Antônio". SED (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2022-04-14.
  3. "Escola Estadual Rui Barbosa: HISTÓRICO". Escola Estadual Rui Barbosa. Retrieved 2022-04-14.