Bochum (dpa / lnw) - During a protest against the Corona policy, a school in Bochum received the title for the coldest class in North Rhine-Westphalia from parents' associations. The school had to prove the lowest average temperature with three photos of a temperature display from a week and ended up in first place with -0.3 degrees, as announced by the state parents' association of integrated schools in North Rhine-Westphalia (LEiS) on Tuesday. The initiators of the competition criticize that the state government is relying more on ventilation in the schools than on air filters in the fight against the corona virus.
"We would like to thank all participating classes for their commitment, their frost resistance and the temperatures determined," said LEiS. The results received are appalling. A school from Lippstadt came second with a grade of 1.1, followed by a school in Essen with a grade of 9. The competition was announced in January by LEiS and the State Parents' Conference (LEK) in North Rhine-Westphalia.