PartnerRomania

1.1 School Profile
“Vasile Cocea” Technological Highschool Moldovita is a coordinating education institution which ensures at this time the following levels of education:
1. Preschool education
Kindergarten with Normal Program “Istetel” Moldoviţa – 4 groups;
Kindergarten Program Normal Argel – 2 groups;
Kindergarten with Normal Program Putna-Secureş – combined group;
2. Primary education
“Vasile Cocea” Technological High School Moldoviţa, body B and body C – 9 classes: CP, cls. I A and B, cls. II A and B, cls. III A and B, blocks IV-A and B;
Argel School of Gymnasium – 4 classes, CP, cls. I-III simultaneously, cl. II, cl. Fourth;
3. Gymnasium education

“Vasile Cocea” Technological Highschool Moldoviţa, body B – 8 classes: cl. and V-a, cls. VI, A, B and C, cls. VII A and B, cls. VIII A and B;
Argel School of Gymnasium – 3 classes, cls. V-VI, simultaneously, cl. VII, cl. VIII;
4. high school education
“Vasile Cocea” Technological Highschool Moldoviţa – 8 classes: specialization Tourism and food -cl. IX, A, cl. and X-a A, cl. and XI-A, cl. XIIth A; Specialization Environmental Protection – cl. IX, B, cl. and X-a B, cl. XI, B, cl. XIIth B;
5. High school education – specialization Designer technician of finished wood products.
In this school year, 746 children and young people are involved in the coordinating school and the related structures: 131 preschools, 235 pupils in primary education, 198 pupils in secondary education, 161 pupils in high school education, 21 of pupils in evening high school education. The school staff consists of 55 teachers.

1.2 History
“Vasile Cocea” Technological Highschool is located in Moldovita, a town bounded by the slopes of Obcina Mare and Obcina Feredeului, along the Moldoviţa River, 5 km from Moldoviţa Monastery, 35 km from Campulung Moldovenesc and 70 km from Suceava, the county seat. The surface of the commune is 249, 24 km², occupying the third place on the county.
In the villages of Moldoviţa commune, located in the mountainous area of ​​Bucovina Obcines, on the upper course of the Moldovita River, the education followed the same path as in the other villages of Bucovina. The villages are remembered for the first time by the documents drafted by Alexandru cel Bun’s chancellery at the beginning of the fifteenth century, when the sovereign of Moldavia gave these lands as a brandies to the monastery.
Why Vasile Cocea? Vasile Cocea was the second teacher in the locality with the longest teacher activity. During the period in which he worked as a teacher, the first building for Moldovan education was built, a building in which four primary classes are currently operating. Moldovan education was born on July 12, 1871, when the chairman of the school council of Câmpulung county – Iosif Kohanovschi – made a meeting with representatives of Moldoviţa commune and decided to set up a primary school as well as the means of maintenance and endowment of this school. He was named the first teacher at the Moldovita primary school, Ilie Albu. Courses were held in a private home with 20 enrolled children.
The School Council of Bucovina establishes in 1898 the second post of teacher, which is occupied by the contest of Ion Drobotă, and the director is named Vasile Cocea, during which the first school building was built, hence the name that the high school has today. In 1900, the school library was set up with a volume of 90 volumes. Increasing the number of pupils who were obliged to attend school, it is decided that a primary school was established in the village of Rasca in 1903, the teacher being called Andronic from Strişca (Cuciurul Mic), and in 1905 the school’s functioning school today. In Moldovita village a new brick building is built, with 4 classrooms and a residence for the director, inaugurated in 1903.
And in the village of Argel, in 1910, the primary school, with one post of Moldavian detached teacher, Eugen Mandric. Today the school operates with 5 primary school rooms, 4 gymnasium classes and 2 kindergarten classes.
In 1926-1927 the primary school in Demakusa village was established, and in 1934 a primary school was built in the village of Putna, which still functions with a kindergarten.
The kindergarten, the primary and secondary school in the Moldovita village were active in the two buildings built in 1903-1910 until 1962 when a new building for high school education was put into use so that in 1979 the Moldovan school could benefit from a building for gymnasium classes.
In 1990, all forms of education were reconfigured by a governmental order under the name of Moldovita School Group, which included preschool, primary, gymnasium, arts and crafts schools and high school in technology. As of September 1, 2004, the Moldovita School Group took the title of the “Vasile Cocea” Moldovita School Group and 8 years later it became the “Vasile Cocea” Moldovita Technological Highschool.
The school benefited from the following projects and sponsorships: 3 thermal power stations, replacement of windows with thermopanes, façades, wall panels, modern sanitary groups, blackboard, new school furniture, a hi-tech gymnasium, a gym for preschoolers and one for students; the school library has 36,000 volumes.

 

1.3 Priorities

• Increasing the efficiency of educational services for pupils and teachers: applying school curriculum, enhancing the efficiency of instructive-educational activities, providing counseling services and school, professional and psycho-pedagogical guidance, continuing the pupils’ training programs for national assessments and exams.
• Funding the schooling plan together with the social partners on the basis of the analysis of the pupils’ educational needs and the interests of their parents, the evaluation of the labor market evolution in accordance with the REAP-PLAI-PAS;
• Use funding opportunities through accessing structural funds, to develop training programs for the staff in the unit;
• Extend interinstitutional educational partnerships at local, county, national and international level to diversify the supply of complementary programs and activities and learning alternatives;
• Promoting the values ​​of interculturality, promoting the image of the school through a high-quality educational act in which to take the pupils’ education needs.

1.4 What differentiates us?

ROSE project – Unitary strategy for raising the competencies of the students from the village – SUCCES; objective – increasing the school performance of high school students and the rate of graduation at the baccalaureate exam;
Alternative learning lab – a post-school project based on tutorial among students, teacher-student mentoring and coaching, volunteered by high school teachers and pupils;
Goethe Language Initiation Club, optional German language course, 4 age groups – preschool and preparatory class, primary, gymnasium, lyceum and high school +;
Center for preserving Ukrainian culture and traditions, school initiative of social responsibility for valorizing the local intercultural potential.
Brighter Futre – CSR project of Vodafone Technology Shared Services Ro and Volume Federation / renovation of 4 classrooms, 2 computer science laboratories, courses for students and teachers.
Summer camp for 12 young scouts from Bouworde vzw, in partnership with Adam Moldovita / renovation of a classroom.

TWINS: KA3 International ERASMUS + project