On May 19, GBOU School No. 371 of the Moskovsky District of St. Petersburg took part in the international action “All-Russian oak grove of Emperor Peter the Great”. The solemn ceremony for planting the oak-monument was attended by
As part of the action, planting of oak seedling No. 211, grown from the acorn of the oak tree of the wildlife monument, planted by Emperor Peter I in the Summer Garden, took place. The planting of an oak seedling was attended by employees of the State Russian Museum, representatives of the school administration and students who actively participate in the local history programs of the school.

Deputy director for teaching and educational work Elena Viktorovna Yushkevich.
Head of ODOD (Department of Additional Education for Children) Vladimir Zotikovich Savinkov.
History teacher, teacher of additional education Valentina Yurievna Kukharskaya.
Ekaterina Valerievna Goryshina, head of the department of the Moscow Outpost municipal formation
Olga Albertovna Cherdantseva (chief curator of the gardens of the Russian Museum)
Ekaterina Alekseevna Zhukova (head of the sector of accounting and monitoring of gardens)
Elizaveta Aleksandrovna Sergeeva (head of the landscape sector of gardens)
Ekaterina and Elizaveta are graduates of school number 371.
Viktor Yuryevich Melnikov (head of the sector of socio-cultural development of gardens).

The State Russian Museum and the Summer Garden, which is part of it, which was founded under Peter I during the founding of the Northern capital of Russia, have been implementing the program “All-Russian oak grove of Peter the Great” for several years. Every autumn in the Summer Garden there is a collection of acorns from the Oak of Peter the Great. (This oak is more than 360 years old; it was planted in the Summer Garden in October 1708 as an adult tree). Collected acorns germinate in pots in the Summer Garden for up to three years – a viable and favorable age for planting in open ground. Each oak seedling has a certificate and a number on the interactive map of the Russian Museum. They are planted not only in Russia, but also in five countries – Germany, Great Britain, France, Estonia, Armenia.