Polytechnic School has been continuously publishing its school journal called “Poliinfo“. It is the creation of our teachers, students and guests. It deals with the everyday life of students, their studies and interests and also contains the news from school, reports from trips, interviews, interesting and exciting topics about science, culture and sports, as well as a variety of topics that contribute to the intellectual maturation of students.
“Poliinfo” is printed on our premises as a form of practical work in order to familiarize the students with all the processes of printing and it is published once in a semester and distributed at school to students, teachers and our social partners as well.
In January 2017, we published our 20th jubilee issue and on 9 February 2017, the Association of Serbian language and literature awarded our school newspaper Poliinfo and its representatives a diploma for winning the third place in the competition for the most successful school newspaper or magazine in Serbia in the school year 2015 / 2016. The participation in the contest and especially the award we have won made all of us very proud. It is the recognition of the hard work and constant effort that our students and colleagues invest in the complete process of making a journal twice a year, in January and June, from concept to print and distribution.
Branka Jovicic, professor of Serbian language and literature and the coordinator of “Poliinfo” says: “We have been working on this journal and printing it for a long time now, but this is the first time we sent our two magazines – the annual edition, for the competition. It was the first time we sent it, and we have immediately won a nice and a significant prize. Not every issue can be equally interesting and much of it depends on the events and happenings in the city as well. The whole project is unique because it does not follow only the events at school but our students, for the purposes of writing, also participate in various events outside the school and they meet various personalities who pass by and touch our city.”