On November 14, as part of the Road to School All-Russian Monitoring, employees of the Sakhalin Regional Museum, along with activists of the regional branch of the All-Russia People’s Front, held a master class for students from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk primary school No. 14 on making reflective badges flickers. At extracurricular lessons, the traffic police told the children about road safety and the rules of behavior on the road, reminded that the flicker must be attached to the front of the clothes at chest level. In addition, it is recommended to have reflective elements or patches on the right and left hands and on the back or backpack to make it easier for a driver to see immediately a pedestrian at night.
Road to School monitoring initiated by the All-Russia People’s Front is aimed at ensuring road safety near educational institutions and identifying potentially dangerous sections along the route of students to school.
Prepared by: V. A. Dubinina, Chief Researcher and N. G. Shagaeva, Methodologist of the Museum Projects Department