The oldest documents of the school come
from 1918. During the First World War the school still
fulfilled its educational functions despite the history
of the school was different.
many things have changed: school building, principals,
teachers even the name of the school.
In the early 60’s School no 4 was
situated in Jana Pawła II Street on the second floor of
the building and it had only 6 classrooms. The first
principal was Mrs. Stanisława Lenart. She was a good
spirit of the school respected by teachers, parents and
Primary School no 4 was
26th August 1964
in a new-built, much
bigger and modern building in
Żeromski Street. On
12th December 1964
the school received the name of Stefan Żeromski. This
event was celebrated by an academy with town
The first teachers were: the principal
Stanisława Lenart, Mrs. Michalina Kuszczak, Mrs. Maria
Szołomiak, Mrs. Aleksandra Sobiecka, Mrs. Maria Szewczyk.
Mrs. Ewa Suchar, Mrs. Józefa Baryło, Mrs. Zenajda
Domańska, Mrs. Jadwiga Kieres, Mrs. Alicja Strada, Mrs.
Alicja Marczyk, Mrs. Wanda Kogut, Mrs. Maria Płachta,
Mrs. Krystyna Machnicka. The secretary of the school was
Mrs. Elżbieta Kmonk.
Children started to attend the new school
from 14th December 1964. There were 15 classrooms, 3
workshops and a gym in the building. After finishing
their lessons students could go to the common room with
The new school year
1964/65 bought about
significant changes. The number of
teachers increased to 22 and there were almost 600
was well predisposed to work. The deputy principal was
Mrs. Janina Popek and Mrs.
Lenart was the principal of the school until 1970.
As the years went by, the principals and
deputy principals changed. The principals were: Mr.
Tadeusz Serwański, Mrs. Maria Łoś, Mrs. Janina Turoczy,
Mr. Tadeusz Jamróz. The posts of deputy principals were
held by: Mrs. Janina Popek, Mrs. Maria Ślemińska, Mrs.
Alicja Marczyk, Mrs. Czesława Rejterowska, Mrs. Janina
Łuc, Mr. Tadeusz Jamróz, Mrs. Krystyna Grzęda, Mrs.
Zofia Gwóźdź, Mrs. Irena Kornak.
The history of our school
was also created by such names like:
A. Marczak, G. Paluch, B. Niemczyk, D. Klimczak, B.
Olesiuk, A. Pałys, A. Barszczewska, J. Kieres, J. Pałys,
J. Turoczy, Z. Tarabański.
The Parents Council has
always been an
inseparable part of the school life
and it has given their
time and efforts without which the development of the
school would not be possible. It has been the school's
symbol, which has accompanied students in the most
ceremonial moments of a school life: academies, discos
and trips. The close cooperation with the parents of our
pupils guarantees the growth of the school.
For 39 years the school has left over
3,500 graduates. Some of them are teachers, managers,
architects, engineers, doctors, priests, musicians,
soldiers of Polish Army. We are proud of our former
students and when they remember their childhood, they
think about their first school where they spent the most
beautiful moments of their lives.