Parents have credited the delivery of School Impulse supplies, backpacks, shoes and uniforms with saving money in their pockets, as well as ensuring all their children have the same opportunities to attend classes, says a statement.
Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal visited the primaries “Ana María de los Ángeles Piña Azcorra” and “Emiliano Zapata”, in the south of the city.
There he continued the distribution of these aids which benefit the 1,200 students of the morning and evening shifts of the two campuses, and which support the economy of families with savings of 2,850 pesos per student for parents.
On behalf of parents, Laura Guadalupe Chí Polanco acknowledged that this program is of great value, especially for people with limited resources and for those who have several children.
She has a seven-year-old daughter who has just started the school year, the support generates savings that they can invest in food and recreation for their little ones.
“It is certainly something that is reflected in our pockets, it is good that the governor has this initiative to support our children because they are the future of our state, their education depends on them becoming professionals,” he said. -He underlines.
Continuing to visit schools to provide this support that allows children in Yucatan to have the same opportunities to learn and develop their abilities, Vila Dosal has confirmed the distribution of the 267,931 packages of school supplies that are distributed to students in public elementary schools and 206,534 uniform kits.
These are composed of two shirts, a pair of shoes and a backpack, which are intended for all primary school students, thanks to an effort of more than 47.2 million pesos of investment from the state.
From the main field of “Ana María de los Ángeles Piña Azcorra”, Vila Dosal also witnessed the distribution of hot and cold school breakfasts for 118,512 preschoolers and first and second graders across the state. , so that minors have these food products for better performance and academic success.
In the presence of the director of this school for the morning shift, Oliver José Galera Duarte, Vila Dosal announced a series of actions to improve the educational space, which consist of waterproofing the roofs to prevent water leaks during the rainy season.
Also the change of floors that are in poor condition; general paint maintenance and new basketball backboards.
The same has commissioned the Institute for the Development and Certification of Physical Educational and Electrical Infrastructure of Yucatan (Idefeey) to launch the tender for a dining room that can also serve as a multipurpose space for students, remodeling of bathrooms, replacement of fans and lights, in addition to the installation of games for children.
On behalf of the Secretary of Education of the State (Segey) the change of school furniture and the delivery of a printer will be carried out.
Later, at the “Emiliano Zapata” elementary school and in front of the director of the morning shift of this campus, Gerardo Guzmán Alejo, the governor announced general maintenance and painting actions, the construction of a dome so that students can perform physical activities and protect themselves from the sun and rain; delivery of blackboards, computers, chairs and tables.
In addition, the construction of a Fut5 pitch; pedestrian crossing and signage.
Right there, Vila Dosal announced that it will be in the schools in the south of the city that the fiber optic program will begin to provide all basic education schools with the state of the Internet.
Accompanied by students, teachers, parents and representatives of the teachers’ union, Vila Dosal recalled that in addition to contributing to the economy of families in Yucatan, this program helps more than 2,000 families from 160 workshops to Huhí, Homún, Hunucmá, Cuzamá, Tekit, Mama, Ticul, Tekax, Kanasín, Cansahcab, Acanceh, Espita and Mérida, who are responsible for making the shirts, backpacks and shoes included in this program.
In turn, the head of Segey, Liborio Vidal Aguilar, recalled that more than 2,500 schools have been rehabilitated in the entity, so that students have functional bathrooms with water, as well as electricity, on their campus, which is achieved by making resources more efficient and in coordination with Idefeey.
Another challenge, he said, is to reverse the academic delay caused by the pandemic, which is why work is underway to ensure that the more than 20,000 students who have stopped attending their schools, return to complete their primary, secondary and secondary education.
The contents of the school supply packages vary according to the school level and meet the requirements of the basic table of materials issued by the Ministry of Public Instruction (SEP), with the aim that children and young people have the necessary for their permanence. . and good school results.