Cooking is also part of the final exam of the ninth grade at Oberding secondary school. But in Corona times this would not have been possible in the school kitchen without partitions.
Oberding - "Da huif ma zamm." According to a press release from the elementary and middle school in Oberding, the Schwuss-based company Krauss Maffei proved that this sentence is not an empty phrase in a fast and uncomplicated manner was planning the final exam for the ninth grade, which includes cooking in the school kitchen. However, the currently required minimum distance of 1.50 meters between the opposite stove surfaces and sinks in the school kitchen could not be met.
Three apprentices enable the final exam
The call for help landed with the head of assembly and control technology, Klaus Adelsperger, who took a look at the kitchen on site and found out: Simply partitions had to be installed and the problem would be solved. He found open ears in his company with the training manager Harald Pollerer. The material was there, and the three trainees Felix Mayer, Johannes Renner and Simon Gruber started with the implementation to enable the ninth grade to cook the final exam even in Corona times. Mayer is a mechatronics engineer in his second year. Renner and Gruber are still in their first year of training as electronics technicians for automation technology. The trainees were particularly pleased with this assignment, as they were able to provide the framework for a successful final exam.
Adelsperger explained that in such times one also had to hold together in a community. School director Johann Deschu and department head Martina Bachmeier are very grateful for the quick, uncomplicated and effective support, which is also made available to the school free of charge. Without the help, specialist classes would not have been possible in the next few months.
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