Chronicle – school year – 2015/2016 – January and February
Mathematical Owl Competition – January 7, 2015
On January 7, students of math classes joined the first stage of the “Mathematical Owls” Competition.
There were 9 groups of four from the following classes: 1d, 1b, 2d, 2g, 2h1, 3d.
“Sowa Matematyczna” is a competition addressed to primary, middle and secondary schools, from primary school to high school graduation. The main idea of the competition is to prepare for the exam until the final completion of the stages of education (primary school supplement, secondary school and matura exam).
The Olympics are played in 6 categories, in our school there are: ARCHIMEDES and EUKLIDES.
We keep our fingers crossed for them!
Coordinator – Anna Toboła
Nuclear Physics Workshop – 11/01/2016
On Monday, January 11, 2016, a group of students from the AGH University of Science and Technology visited our school to conduct workshops in nuclear physics for classes with an extended physics curriculum.
The students spoke in an interesting way about their scientific passions, research and studies.
Congratulations on qualifying for the district stage of the XLII History Olympiad
The following qualified for the district stage of the XLII Historical Olympiad:
KAMIL BALICKI – CL. 3F
OSKAR KRASOŃ – CL. 2F
ZOFIA MIKOŁAJSKA – CL. 2H2
RAFAŁ PAWLUSIŃSKI – CL. 2F
LUIZA RACH – CL. 3A2
JAN SKAWIŃSKI – CL. 1A3
KRYSTIAN SZOPA – CL. 3C
DAWID WINCENCIAK – CL. 2C
Congratulations on qualifying for the District Stage of the Entrepreneurship Olympics
Wojciech Turaj from class 3G qualified for the regional stage of the Entrepreneurship Olympics.
Congratulations on qualifying for the regional stage of the Olympiad in Polish Literature and Language
Congratulations to the students of our school on qualifying for the regional stage of the Olympiad of Literature and Polish Language:
1. Natalia Brożek class 2h2 (supervised by Dr. M. Maciejewska)
2. Kalina Dębska class 2h2 (supervised by Dr. M. Maciejewska)
3. Ewelina Malik class 2h2 (supervised by Dr. M. Maciejewska)
4. Weronika Tupaj class 1a3 (supervised by prof. W. Sułkowska)
Congratulations on qualifying for the Regional Stage of the Spanish Language Olympiad
Spanish Language Olympiad:
79 students took part in the first stage. 11 people qualified for the second stage:
Karolina from April
Congratulations and we keep our fingers crossed
Congratulations on qualifying for the finals of the Knowledge About Italy and Italian Language Contest
Our students Katarzyna Lebica and Katarzyna Czekaj from class 1f and Marcelina Dziedzic from class 2a1 qualified for the final of the Lesser Poland Contest on Knowledge about Italy and the Italian Language.
In the first two stages, our colleagues had to demonstrate knowledge of the history and architecture of ancient Rome and knowledge of the Italian language. The high results in both parts decided to go to the finals, which will be held in February at the Italian Culture Institute.
Italian Culture and Language Day – January 7, 2016
On January 7, once again the Day of Italian Culture and Language was held in our school. Students from grades 1 and 2 who are learning this beautiful language took part in the ceremony. The theme of this year’s edition was history in its many forms. And so, Krzysztof Iszczuk from the 2a1 class told about the Polish-Italian history, dating back to ancient times, and the fate of fighters fighting together for the freedom of Poland and Italy. Tomasz Majka from 1a2 and Aleksandra Kwiek from class 1 g, in a colorful presentation, showed Krakow through the prism of Italian artists who created here and left permanent traces: painting, sculpture, architecture. Sara Pasek from class 1c reminded us of the Italian Christmas and introduced everyone to Befana visiting Italian children on January 6.
There was also some chat about the language. Filippo Camagni from the Jagiellonian University told about the long journey that the Italian language has traveled from Latin, through lingua volgare, dialects, the influence of the Three Florentine Crowns, to Italian, which we learn at school. Phew, finally you know why those from the south can’t get along with those from the north …
The competition for the best Italian calligram, the number game Tombola and the Great Quiz on the knowledge of Italian cuisine and civilization are attractions that could not be missed. There was no shortage of emotions, especially in the final of the quiz, when two teams were fighting for the first place in extra time. The final victory went to the team consisting of: Magdalena Błaszczyk 2c, Wiktoria Reinfuss 2c and Józef Białasik 2f. The awards were presented by the Deputy Director Iwona Fedan.
The whole was graced by the vocal performance of Aleksandra Kwiek and Filip Zięba from 1a1. Accompanied by a virtuoso guitar played by Olgierd Rusin from class 1a2, they performed the hit “Ci sarà” once sung by the legendary duo Al Bano and Romina Power. Of course, the whole hall picked up the chorus.
There is nothing else to say but alla prossima volta!
Congratulations on qualifying for the 2nd stage of the provincial chemical knowledge competition!
We are pleased to announce that Beata Kineszczuk (3A1), Krystian Latos (3B1), Karolina Kowalczyk (3B2) and Paweł Kuryłowicz (3B2) have qualified for the second (and last) stage of the Provincial Chemical Knowledge Competition organized by the employees of the Department of Chemistry Teaching and PRO CHEMIA Foundation at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University.
On March 19, students will compete for “indexes” to study at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University in the following fields: Chemistry, Medical Chemistry and Environmental Protection.
Congratulations and good luck in the final!
Food and Nutrition Olympiad – congratulations
Qualified for the provincial stage of the Olympiad of Knowledge about Food and Nutrition in the 2015/2016 school year:
Jacek Litewka class 3b2
Patrycja Pudzisz grade 2a1
Biological Olympiad – congratulations!
The following qualified for the regional stage of the Biological Olympiad in the 2015/2016 school year:
Alessandra Iovino class 3b2
Ecological Knowledge Olympiad – congratulations!
The following persons qualified for the provincial stage of the Ecological Knowledge Olympiad in the school year 2015/2016:
Sonia Baran class 2b
Patrycja Maluty class 2a1
Patrycja Radziszowska class 1a1
Trip to the Institute of Zoology of the Jagiellonian University – December 14, 2016
On December 14, 2015, class 2a1 was on a didactic trip at the Institute of Zoology of the Jagiellonian University in the Laboratory of Electron Microscopy.
Students also learned about methods used in genetic engineering at the Institute of Environmental Sciences of the Jagiellonian University in the Laboratory of Genetic Engineering.
A subject trip to the Silesian Planetarium in Chorzów – January 14, 2016
On January 14, 2016, the subject trip of classes 2g and 2h1 to the Silesian Planetarium in Chorzów took place
Congratulations on qualifying for the District Stage of the English Language Olympiad
Qualified for the regional stage of the English Language Olympiad:
KAROLINA BIEDROŃ – CL. 2H1
BEATA KINESZCZUK – CL. 3A1
ANNA KLIMEK – KL. 3A2
MAJA RAKOCZY – CL. 3C
AGNIESZKA TWARDOSZ – KL. 3H1
Congratulations on qualifying for the District Stage of the English Language Olympiad, Speaking
The following qualified for the regional stage of the English Language Olympiad – oral part:
BEATA KINESZCZUK – CL. 3A1
ANNA KLIMEK – KL. 3A2
MAJA RAKOCZY – CL. 3C
AGNIESZKA TWARDOSZ – KL. 3H1
Congratulations on qualifying for the finals of the Knowledge, Food and Nutrition Olympiad
Jacek Litewka qualified to the finals of the Olympiad of Knowledge about Food and Nutrition.
Workshops at the Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics, AGH – 4.01.2016
Students from class 1a1 under the supervision of prof. Barbara Rolka and prof. Dobromira Mędrali participated in classes at AGH at the Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics. During the workshops at the university, students learned, among others, the technique of glass melting, the properties of calcium carbonate and silica, the lime slaking process and many other chemical curiosities.
Class 2B participation in the Jagiellonian University Biologists’ Night – January 14, 2016
Students of class IIb took part in the ‘Night of the biologists’ organized at the Jagiellonian University on January 15, 2016. Thanks to the classes organized at the university, students could deepen their biological knowledge on the determination of leafless species of trees and shrubs. e.g. butterflies.
Skiing on March 2, 2016
On March 2, 2016, Alpine skiing competitions were held in Kluszkowce as part of the secondary school.
Our school was represented by Justyna Kłos, student from class 2h1 and Hubert Chrzan from class 1d.
The competition was fierce and the competition was fierce.
We are pleased to announce that Justyna took the 6th place and is going to the provincial competition
Snowboard – 3.02.2016
On February 3, 2016, a snowboard competition took place in Siepraw.
Our school was represented by a student of the 2h1 class, Wiktoria Włodarczyk, who after one ride, on wet snow, in very difficult conditions, came in 4th place and was qualified for the provincial stage.
Congratulations to Victoria and we keep our fingers crossed for her.
Lecture on Spanish in America – February 4, 2016
On 04/02/2016 at At 9.00 am there was a lecture for students in grades 1h1, 1h2, 1h3, 2h1, 2h2 on the Spanish language in America. The lecture was delivered by dr hab. Ewa Stala.
From this school year, Spanish classes have been under the patronage of the Department of Spanish Philology of the Jagiellonian University
SCHOOL THEATER PROater performance “Melancholics and Demons” directed by Marlena Maciejewska takes part in the Internet Review of Student Theater Groups organized by Telewizja Polska SA. The review consists of 3 stages. At the beginning of January, our school team won in the provincial stage (in the upper secondary school category), now it advanced to the national stage and was among the best seven performances in Poland (in the above-mentioned category).
Congratulations to the actors and we wish you continued success!
“Melancholics and Demons” is a play depicting the life of the young Polish bohemia of Krakow, when a young, charming lover comes to town: Przybyszewski and a literary cabaret is born. Jama Michalika turned out to be a real revolution. This is where the actors take us: Bartosz Leszczyc-Zielonacki (Stanisław Przybyszewski), Julia Kołodziej (Dagny Juel-Przybyszewska), Kalina Dębska (Szalona Julka), Oliwia Żmijewska (Kazimiera Zawistowska), Joanna Krawczyk (Gabriela Zapolska), Agnieszka Karska (Rachela ), Julia Gagaczowska (a peasant from Bronowice), Piotr Regdos (Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer), Mikołaj Bujak (Lucjan Rydel), Zofia Mikołajska, Magdalena Bobrek (Krakow Matrons). Our musicians accompany our artistic journey: graduate Adam Delimat (piano), Katarzyna Lipińska (violin, singing, music for the final song), Maria Kmak (singing).
The script of the performance is based on texts by Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński, Stanisław Przybyszewski, Stanisław Wyspiański, Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer, Kazimiera Zawistowska and Maryla Wolska. Musical pieces were used: Edward Grieg’s “Melancholies”, folk melodies: “Jadwiga po riga”, “Krakowiak”.
Written and directed by: Marlena Maciejewska. Artistic supervision: Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Kuliński (Dean of the Acting Department of the PWST in Wrocław, actor of the Wrocław Contemporary Theater)
US Deputy Ambassador’s Visit to School! – 03.02.2016
Deputy Chief of the Mission Mr. John C. Law visited our school on Wednesday, February 3, 2016.
The ambassador was accompanied by distinguished guests – the new US Consul General in Krakow, Mr. Walter Braunohler, the consul for economic and political affairs, Mr. Andrew Caruso, the vice-consul, Mr. Paul Garr, and Mr. Maria Brzostek and Bożena Pilat from the US Consulate in Krakow, dealing with educational matters.
Mr. John C. Law gave a short speech on Polish-American relations. He captured them in three areas: historical, economic and security. Then, students from bilingual classes 3a1, 3a2, 2a1 and 2a2 asked the Ambassador inquisitive questions. The meeting lasted 1.5 hours and was conducted in a friendly atmosphere.
After the meeting, the Ambassador expressed his deep appreciation for the students, praising their knowledge, inquisitiveness and personal culture.
Congratulations on qualifying for the 2nd stage of the Provincial Chemical Knowledge Competition!
Once again, we are pleased to announce that class 2B students: Burda Gabriela, Matuszek Anna and Stryjniak Marta qualified for the 2nd (and last) stage of the Provincial Chemical Knowledge Competition (in the 2nd grade category) organized by the employees of the Department of Chemistry Teaching and the PRO Foundation CHEMISTRY at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University.
The Final of the Competition will be held on March 19.
Congratulations and we keep our fingers crossed in the fight for victory!
Congratulations on qualifying for the FINAL of the XXXIX Olympiad in French!
Aleksandra Gorczyńska from class 3A1 qualified for the FINAL of the XXXIX French Language Olympiad !!!
Tutor: Aneta Wojtaszek, MA
Congratulations on qualifying for the 2nd stage of the National Italian Language Competition
WERONICE MŁÓDZIK class 3c
MARCELINIE OF HERITAGE class 2a1
KATARZYNIE WAIT class 1f
KATARZYNIE LEBICY class 1f
qualify for the 2nd stage of the Italian Language Competition in Łódź.
Our friends are among the students from all over Poland who will compete on March 11 at the University of Lodz to enter the finals of the 10th edition of the competition.
In bocca al lupo!
Science Competition – E (x) plory
Oliwia Krzemień from class 1A1 qualified for the regional stage of the E (x) plory Scientific Competition by doing research on the disposal of organic waste from households with the participation of earthworms.
Paulina Wójcik from class 3B2 qualified for the regional stage of the E (x) plory Science Competition by doing research on the influence of caffeine, sucrose, acetylsalicylic acid and ethyl alcohol on the durability of cut flowers of lilacs, carnations and roses.
9th edition of the Małopolska Beautiful Reading Competition – school stage – 11/02/2016
Kuba Jakubiec from class 2C and Szymon Martewicz from class 1E will represent our high school in the 9th edition of the Małopolska Beautiful Reading Competition in the interschool stage, which will take place on March 2, 2016 at the Provincial Public Library in Krakow, ul. Rajska 1.
This time the students were preparing a fragment of a piece about the beginnings of the Polish state
Kuba will read a fragment of Józef Ignacy Kraszewski’s Old Fairy Tale, and Szymon will read a piece by Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz, Bolesław the Brave.
Krakow Recitation Competition – school qualifications – 02/12/1016
On February 12, 2016, the qualifying rounds for the Krakow Recitation Competition took place. The participants presented one freely chosen poem or any prose fragment. The recitation time could not exceed 5 minutes.
The jury consisting of Maria Leśniak, MA, Teresa Litynska-Konieczny, MA, Marlena Maciejewska, and Jakub Pstrąg, Ph.D., decided to award the following places:
Weronika Młódzik from class 3C – 1st place (T. Wiliams Tramwaj called lust)
Jakub Jakubiec from class 2C – 2nd place (W. Gombrowicz Ferdydurke fragment)
Wiktor Dębski from class IE – 3rd place ex aequo (K. I. Gałczyński Victim of Świerzop)
Kacper Augustynek from class 3E – 3rd place ex aequo (J. Słowacki Balladyna fragment)
Anna Gonera from class 1F – distinction (K. Makuszyński Bezgrzeszne Years fragment)
Gabriela Adamczyk from class 1C – distinction (W. Szymborska I’m too close to dream)
CONGRATULATIONS to all participants for wonderful recitations!
Lecture by Dr. Maria Nowina-Konopka from the Institute of Journalism, Media and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University – February 12, 2016
On 12 February 2016, in the 6th High School, a meeting of students with Dr. Maria Nowina-Konopka from the Institute of Journalism, Media and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University took place. Our guest gave a lecture entitled “The 12 Sins of Media”. The meeting was attended by classes 2A / 2, 2F and 3 interdepartmental groups that implement an extended curriculum for knowledge about society.
International Mother Language Day at the VI Lyceum
(Feb 23-25, 2016)
Prof. dr hab. Jacek Majchrowski
Mayor of the City of Krakow
Chairman of the Krakow City Council
Małopolska Superintendent of Education
Prof. dr hab. Renata Przybylska
Dean of the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University
Prof. dr hab. Bogusław Dopart
Head of the Department of the History of Enlightenment and Romanticism at the Jagiellonian University
President of the Krakow Branch of the Literary Society Adam Mickiewicz
Magiczny Kraków Radio Kraków Dziennik Polski
High School No. 6, one of the oldest high schools in Krakow, through the celebration for the third time addressed to high school and junior high school students in Krakow, would like to encourage discussion about the richness of our written and spoken language, and to encourage reflection on the role and place of Polish language and literature in the life of a contemporary Pole. . The annual celebration, established by UNESCO on November 17, 1999, provides an excellent opportunity to present the multifaceted nature of contemporary Polish studies and its culture-forming role.
The guides in this extraordinary journey are invited guests – modern masters of the mother tongue: linguists and historians of literature from the Jagiellonian University: prof. dr hab. Renata Przybylska, prof. dr hab. Bogusław Dopart, dr hab. Kazimierz Sikora, Dr. Marta Rusek, Dr. Małgorzata Sokalska and the artist-painter Dr. Anna Kaszuba-Dębska. The two-day academic session of the professors (February 23-24, 2016) in the auditorium of the VI High School aims to show high school students a view of Polish literature and language as factors enriching the world of human experiences, shaping their ideals, ethical sensitivity, imagination, feelings and thoughts.
On the third day, there will be a language competition for the High School and Junior High School Master of Polish Language and a lecture by Dr. Jakub Trout. Literary, language, journalistic and theatrical workshops conducted by teachers of Secondary School No. 6 are other surprises waiting for junior high school students on this day.
The three-day celebration of the International Mother Language Day reminds us that the Polish language and literature are paramount in shaping social, patriotic, religious, scientific and artistic identity and attitudes.
PROGRAM OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY
IN THE VI GENERAL EDUCATIONAL Lyceum named after ADAM MICKIEWICZ IN KRAKOW
ON 23-25 February 2016
23 February 2016 (Tuesday)
Welcoming guests and a foreword
Czesław Wróbel, PhD
Director of the VI Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Adam Mickiewicz in Krakow
Opening ceremony and guest speeches
Scientific session 9.45-13.30
the inaugural lecture will be delivered:
prof. dr hab. Renata Przybylska
Dean of the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University
lecture: “Explorers, engineers, entrepreneurs. About romantics differently “, he says:
prof. dr hab. Bogusław Dopart
Head of the Department of the History of Enlightenment Literature and Romanticism at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University
President of the Krakow Branch of the Literary Society Adam Mickiewicz
lecture: “The importance of the baptism of Poland in the history of Polish culture and language” will be delivered:
dr hab. Kazimierz Sikora
Department of the History of Language and Dialectology at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University
24 February 2016 (Wednesday)
Scientific session 10.00-13.00
10.00 a.m. – start of the ceremony, welcoming guests
lecture “Schulz / Szpilki / Emeryty. Interdisciplinary Activities “will announce:
Dr. Anna Kaszuba- Dębska
painter, author of the projects Szpilki i Emeryty
lecture: “Stereotypes of youth and old age in culture” will be delivered by:
Dr. Marta Rusek
Department of Polish Language Teacher Education at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University
lecture: “Sick as Chopin. How a fact became a myth, or about the literary fate of a certain motive “, he says:
Dr. Małgorzata Sokalska
Department of Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University
25.02. 2016 (Thursday)
10.00 – competition for students of High School No. 6 and junior high school students Licealny i gimnazjalny Master of the Polish Language
11.00-12.00 – workshops conducted by teachers of Secondary School No. 6
them. Adam Mickiewicz in Krakow
Justyna Kobus, MA: What’s in the language? Do you want to know why you are sometimes unable to communicate with others? Why don’t your friends know what you expect from them? How to speak to be understood? Come and find out all this at language workshops!
Justyna Kuśnierzowska, MA: What do we see in the painting? Multidimensional “reading” of a work of art. The main aim of the workshops is to develop interest in visual arts and their correspondence with other cultural texts. Students will practice the ability to describe the image while trying to understand its content. Classes will be based on the analysis and interpretation of the image, building a coherent expression and formulating your own opinion and its argumentation. Participants will learn the basic concepts and terms that can be used in the description of the work. Interpreting the image will take into account the themes and symbols appearing in it, as well as the corresponding literary and film texts. The classes will start with the theoretical part, during which the terms related to the composition, perspective, colors and means of expression and expression of a visual work will be introduced.
dr Marlena Maciejewska: THEATER WORKSHOPS: You should love Theater in yourself, not yourself in the Theater. The words of Konstantin Stanisławski will become the motto of theater workshops, during which participants will learn about the main assumptions of the Great Reformer method. Practical exercises as well as individual and team improvisations will introduce the concepts of assumed circumstances, the magic “if”, will allow you to express yourself and activate your creative imagination. I invite everyone interested in having a good theatrical fun!
dr Jakub Pstrąg: The meanders of linguistics, or “Can these eyes lie?” During the classes we will consider how to decode a liar and we will discover the secrets of non-verbal leaks.
Dr. Jakub Pstrąg – will deliver a lecture on “Mines, signs and signs” – the role of non-verbal communication in everyday communication.
13.00 – awarding of awards and diplomas
Ending around 13. 30
French-Polish translation workshops – 12/02/2016
On February 12, 2016, translation workshops with Barbara Kochan from the Institute of Modern Languages of the Jagiellonian University took place. Participants had the opportunity to test themselves as a simultaneous interpreter and learn the secrets of translation that reflects the essence of the written text.
Art history lesson in French at the National Museum – 02/12/2016
On February 12, 2016, lovers of art history taught in French went to the National Museum under the supervision of Aneta Wojtaszek and Paulina Leśniak, for a museum lesson organized during the visit to the contemporary art exhibition.
Art nouveau – February 11, 2016
Art nouveau, lecture, language games – an active art history lesson in French, organized in cooperation with Manon Chauvin, a trainee at the National Museum, took place on February 11, 2016. The classes ended with the students creating their art nouveau vision.
Films of class 2c students in the final of the Nakręć się competition
Two films by 2c students were included in the finals of the Nakręć się competition organized by Filmoteka Szkolna. These are the etudes: “We need to talk about Bucefala” and “Circulusmachia”.
Congratulations on the second and third place in the Interschool Contest of Knowledge about Italy and the Italian Language
On February 19, Katarzyna Lebica from class 1f took 2nd place in the Interschool Contest of Knowledge about Italy and the Italian Language, and her classmate Katarzyna Czekaj won another – 3rd place!
The final of the competition took place at the Italian Culture Institute in Krakow, and ten students from Krakow high schools competed, including three students from our school. Each of the finalists prepared a presentation in Italian on one of the three previously mentioned topics. The content, lexical and grammatical correctness and fluency of the utterance as well as the diligence of preparation were assessed.
Katarzyna Lebica and Katarzyna Czekaj told about the outstanding figures of Ancient Rome, and Marcelina Dziedzic from class 2a1 took all architecture enthusiasts on a journey through the little-known corners of the Apennine Peninsula.
Congratulations on your great result!
3D class at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw – February 20, 2016
On Saturday, February 20, the 3d class with tutors visited the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.
Learning while playing is a good solution.
Congratulations to Franciszek Madej
FRANCISZEK MADEJ from class 3D qualified for the central stage of the 9th National Olympiad “For the AGH UST Diamond Index” mathematics.
Free Krakow in the fight for freedom and unity of the whole nation.
With the memory of the 170th anniversary of the outbreak of the Krakow Uprising
On February 22, 2016, at the Krzysztofory Palace, in the Baltazar Fontana Hall, a debate was launched on the 170th anniversary of the Krakow Uprising. This event was completely extraordinary, because representatives of the world of science – prof. dr hab. Andrzej Chwalba, prof. dr hab. Tomasz Gąsowski and dr hab. Krzysztof Daszyk, representatives of the Polish Historical Society, branch in Krakow, and second grade students of the Secondary School No. 6.
As it turned out, the discussion was very emotional. This historic struggle was listened to by the students of junior high and high schools in Kraków with great curiosity, because on the second day of February 23 in the building of our school, debates were held between representatives of junior high schools. The first was also devoted to the correctness of the decision to start the Krakow Uprising, while the second concerned the history of the Free City of Krakow. Among the winners were students of the 2nd Gymnasium A. Mickiewicz in Krakow and the 4th junior high school. Fr. J. Twardowski also from Krakow. Congratulations to the winners and invite them to the next historical struggle.
The organizers of this project were the Board of Education in Krakow, the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow, the Polish Historical Society, Branch in Krakow and the VI Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. A. Mickiewicz in Krakow.
The media patronage was taken by our TVP Kraków project