Piedras Negras, Coah. – The return to face-to-face classes in Coahuila through the pilot plan implemented by the State Government since last May 17, It has been a success in an atmosphere of joy on the part of the students and teachers who after little more than a year return to their schools, considered the Secretary of Education, Higinio González Calderón.
He indicated that expectations were exceeded, highlighting that they had programmed in this first stage to start with 36 schools and 70 were incorporated, being on the expectation that by next week 74 more schools will be added which will have to be reviewed to determine if They are in a position to receive the students.
He explained that there were various damages that were caused to the schools during this time in which the student community was absent, such as graffiti on the walls, Broken glass, in some the toilets and urinals and electrical installations were stolen, the damage being repaired and again vandalized.
In Piedras Negras there were two schools that were selected to join this pilot program, the Lázaro Cárdenas Kindergarten in the Cumbres neighborhood and the 84 secondary school, the latter having to start one day after the agreed date. since the infrastructure was not in conditions.