| The adaptation period allows only 50 percent of the students to attend these days until the majority incorporation, which will do so on a rotating basis | The beginning of the course for the nearly 7000 students of Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary Education in the municipality of San Javier has developed with the normality allowed by the health situation, reported today the Councilor for Education, David Martínez, who this morning visited the CEIP " The Memory ", in San Javier accompanied by the Councilor for Public Services, María Dolores Ruiz, to check the development of the first day of class. The director of the school "El Recuerdo" that has 481 students, María Ángeles Pérez confirmed the smooth start of the first day of class in which only 50 percent of the students have joined thanks to the adaptation period that will last until Friday, September 18, when access will begin for most of the students who will attend on a rotating basis.
The director thanked the work of the teachers as well as the volunteer mothers of the AMPA who guide the rest of the families "in this beginning of such a complex and unprecedented course in our educational system." The Councilor for Education, David Martínez, stated that the course that begins "will be one of the most complicated in our history" for which he thanked "the involvement of the educational community of all the centers of the municipality and of the human team of the City Council that it has turned to the development of the centers with a view to their reopening after the closure of six months ". The Councilor for Public Services María Dolores Ruiz pointed out that the City Council has worked "to increase health security as much as possible in the centers", in which, in addition to the set-up, a cleaning service has been launched continuous during the morning and another of disinfection in the exteriors of each center, in addition to reorganizing the police surveillance in the entrances and exits of students and equipping them with bollards and screens to segment the courtyards. Education Councilor David Martínez underlined the coordination that has existed until now and that will continue to exist between the San Javier City Council and the educational centers of the municipality to join forces in the face of this extraordinary situation.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier