Remembering those who have passed away

The memory of people who have passed away, care for their graves and cemeteries is one of the most important evidence of our culture. As every year, students and teachers from our school cleaned graves of famous residents of Tomaszów and people who were close to our school.
On October 23, 2 Met together with Mrs. Dorota Bąbol, visited and tidied the grave of Tadeusz Klech (1922-1944), a commander of the Tomaszów AK district murdered by the Nazis.
On October 24, c3E, along with rs. Bożena Włodarczyk, tidied up the grave of the January Uprising veteran, teacher, Polish Army officer Gustaw Glesmann (1842–1928) and his son Leopold Glaesmann (1902–1920), who in 1920 fell in the battle with the Bolsheviks.
On October 30, 3H, together with rs. Beata Chwalińska, took care of the grave of priest Ludwik Zaytz (1834–1901), a priest from Tomaszów and a builder of the church of St. Antoni in Tomaszów Mazowiecki.
Traditionally, on the eve of All Saints, our students (this year class 2IT with Mrs. Marta Zieja) went to the Roman Catholic cemetery at Smutna Street. They visited the graves of deceased principals, teachers and students of our school. As a symbol of memory, they lit symbolic candles.
We remember  those close to our school.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Marta Zieja

Soldiers' graves

The cadets of the Technical College No. 1 in Tomaszów Mazowiecki remembered the graves of soldiers.

This year, military class cadet delegations traditionally went to nearby Spała. The purpose of this visit was to lay flowers, light candles and pay tribute to general Lieutenant Tadeusz Buk, the first commander of the 7th Regiment of Lublin Uhlans in Tomaszów, a later commander of land forces who died in the presidential plane crash near Smolensk.
Other delegations of our school's cadets visited the graves and memorials of known and unknown soldiers, especially those under the sign of the  7th regiment, killed in the fight for our independence and freedom.
Let us remember these graves and memorials, because they are a part of our history, and younger generations must those who have gone to eternal guard, far from their homeland.
 Sławomir Miszczuk

British Cadet Forces

On October 30, 2019, representatives of the British Cadet Forces represented by Lt. Col. Jimmy Beggs, (from the Ministry of National Defense of Great Britain) director of the Pro-Defense Office of Waldemar Zubek and commander of the 25th Air Cavalry Brigade General Adam Marczak and the commander of the Military Supplement Command in Tomaszów Mazowiecki met with teaching staff and cadets of the school's military clas. The meeting took place in our school.

The guests got acquainted with the conditions in which our cadets train, the classrooms and the history of military classes in our school. Our guests were greatly interested in the principles of both theoretical and practical training of cadets . Our cadets presented a sample of their drill and melee skills. The visit was related to the participation of our school's students in an international training camp organized by the Ministry of National Defense together with the Tomaszów air cavalry brigade, as part of international cooperation in defense education of youth

Trip to the Holiday Inn Hotel in Łódź

On October 28, 2019, class III H students, along with Mrs. Beata Chwalińska and Mrs. Hanna Drewniak, visited Hotel **** of the Intercontinental Hotels Group chain. Students were familiarized with the equipment and the principles of the facility. They had the opportunity to see single and double rooms with a King Size bed, a living unit with two beds, an Executive Room with a King Size bed and a Junior Suite. In addition, students visited modern conference rooms with various configurations of settings and area.



On October 28, 2019, Year 1 military class students visited the Presidential Palace for the official summary of the Presidential Harvest Festival in Spała. Our students provided technical support during the harvest festival. President Andrzej Duda and his wife, Agata Kornhauser - Duda, thanked all the invited guests for their preparation, participation and great commitment. The president emphasized the huge role of Polish agriculture and expressed admiration for farmers who work hard every day.

After the official ceremony, students had the opportunity to visit the Presidential Palace.




Our students attended the first day of the Warsaw Motor Show. At the largest automotive fair in Poland, they could see numerous premieres of global manufacturers of car brands, brands entering the Polish market and reminisce about the brands of cars from the 80s, 90s of the last century, which back then were the dream of many Poles.


On October 19 and 20, 2019, the 21st Polish Championship of the Reduction Models Collection was organized in Toruń by the Model Club "Hercules". Among the participants of this prestigious event were once again the representation of the modeling section, second and third grade students of our school. Two collections created by juniors under the age of eighteen were presented, which included a total of nine models. Despite the high competition, more than fifty different collections were exhibited, presenting about three hundred reduction models, our modelers proved their skills by winning top positions in the 1:32 scale aircraft class.

Dawid Wilk - Polish champion in the class, aircraft collections in 1:32 scale (gold medal);

Filip Kszczot - 1st Polish Vice-Champion in the class, aircraft collections in 1:32 scale (silver medal).

Special awards were also granted, for the best collection of the championships, Dawid Wilk received the Grand Prix.

Congratulations to all winners.

The 'Know Your Rights at Work' competition


The school stage of the "Know your rights at work" competition organized by the National Labor Inspectorate in Łódź, has started.The competition is carried out as a part of the 'Culture of safety' project.
Any student of our school who is interested in legal provisions for labor protection in Poland as well as occupational health and safety, can participate in the competition. The competition task for participants is to answer questions from the labor law knowledge test, including health and safety regulations.
The test developed by the School Competition Committee will consist of 25 tasks, which are in the task database at the following link:

Competition entries are accepted by the competition coordinator - Mr Jacek Mrozicki until November 6, 2019

The date of the competition:
November 13, 2019 at 1 lesson (at 7.45) in room 2.


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Parents' Meetings

03.01.2019 - kl IV
25.04.2019 - klasy I-III


1.    7.45   -  8.30
2.    8.35   -  9.20
3.    9.25   - 10.10
4.   10.20  - 11.05
5.   11.10  - 11.55
6.   12.15  - 13.00
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8.   13.55  - 14.40
9.   14.45  - 15.30
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