Having successfully registered the Safe School Pilot Plan during the previous week, another 14 schools in the central region of Coahuila will open its doors and start face-to-face cases in a hybrid form starting this Monday, May 31.
These are the Ignacio Zaragoza, Manuel Acuña, Eulalio Gutiérrez and Rafael Ramírez Castañeda de Monclova elementary schools; the Jesús Rodríguez de la Fuente and Salvador Novo Children’s Gardens as well as the Jaime Nuno telesecundaria in Nadadores; the Ignacio Zaragoza Kindergarten, the 85 Technical High School and the María Luis Morales telesecundaria in Castaños.
General Venustiano Carranza secondary schools in Cuatro Cienegas, General Roberto Guajardo de los Santos de Candela, Vicente Guerrero in Abasolo and Ramón Méndez Gonzales in Lamadrid.
Fernando Gutiérrez, who leads the Health Subcommittee in the central region of the state, reported thatWith the reopening of these schools, 1,397 students will return to classrooms in the aforementioned municipalities.
“It is a great step that the state of Coahuila has taken that has allowed it to open In an orderly fashion, the schools will continue to reopen. “
Félix Alejandro Rodríguez Ramos, Deputy Director of Educational Services, reported that each campus will decide which work plan to apply, that is, students, student attendance days.
“Each school will choose its way of working, no classroom should have more than 25 percent of the population it serves., except in some private schools where the classrooms are larger and larger capacities were authorized.
It is important to tell them that the trainings will be held on Thursday for the new pilot schools by the health sector “.
He said that for now there are other schools that have announced their intention to be part of the pilot plan Safe School and its reopening to hybrid classes is being analyzed.
“There are 15 that are already open and now 14 will be 29 campuses educational institutions that will be providing their services, in addition to an average of 25 private schools that are already developing their cases in a hybrid way, “said the deputy director of Educational Services.