| Municipal Infant Schools will open on September 7 with a reduction in ratios | The Department of Education invests 100,000 euros in the development of the centers punished by the last DANAS and the 6 months of closure of the facilities The City Council of San Javier has reinforced the cleaning service of the schools of the municipality with a view to the start of the new course with a permanent service of cleaning and continuous disinfection of bathrooms, railings and spaces of continuous use during the morning, from 09:30 at 1:30 p.m.
with an investment close to 10,000 euros.
Mayor José Miguel Luengo and the Councilor for Education, David Martínez today reviewed the municipal measures adopted due to the pandemic coordinated with the management of each center, such as the purchase of bollards and mesh that have involved an investment of 2,813 euros and that will allow the municipal schools and nursery schools segment the space of the playground to reduce the contacts between the students of each center during recess. Likewise, a series of measures adopted in each center have been agreed for the organization of the exit and entrance of the schools with the collaboration of the Local Police for which it will be necessary to cut a street in some of the cases, explained the mayor of Education thanked the collaboration of the Department of Security as well as the Department of Education "whose plan to return to the classrooms facilitates indicates the steps to be followed by the City Council." In this sense, the mayor, José Miguel Luengo reiterated that all the measures adopted by the San Javier City Council now and in the future will be supported by the indications of the health authorities. Nursery Schools will open on September 7 In relation to the Infant Schools of San Javier and La Manga del Mar Menor, the Councilor for Education, David Martínez reported that they will open on September 7 with strict security measures that involve reducing the ratio.
In the case of San Javier, it will have a classroom for babies that goes from 8 to 6 places; two 1-year classrooms that go from 13 to 10, and three 2-year classrooms that go from 20 to 16 places.
At the La Manga School, where demand is lower than supply, there will be two mixed classrooms.
The hours of nursery schools, agreed with the associations of parents, will be from 08:00 to 17:30 and the dining room will begin to operate on September 14.
The entrance of the children will be staggered avoiding the common areas since they will access their classrooms directly from the patio.This year the purchase of lockers has increased so that each child has their own where they can keep their belongings without them getting mixed up. Investment of 100,000 euros in repairs and maintenance centers Mayor José Miguel Luengo recalled that in addition to the specific measures for COVID-19, the San Javier City Council has increased its investments in schools this year due to the consequences of DANAS and the continued closure of the centers for more than 6 months with an investment of close to 100,000 euros to fix leaks, facilities to contain water and sludge in case of torrential rains, repair of roofs, fix dampness, cornices and tiling of classrooms, as well as cleaning and pruning in patios, in various schools in the municipality .
The mayor also recalled the investment of 6000 euros that this year the San Javier City Council has made through the Department of Education for the Municipal Bank of Books that works successfully in collaboration with the AMPAS of the municipality.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier