The wind hit different parts of the province and the Ministry of Education reported that classes will not be affected and the dictation will be normal.
“According to the Civil Protection report on the evolution of the wind, the intensity will decrease,” he began and continued by stating that “School activity takes place normally throughout the province, in the afternoon, evening and night shifts”.
In the same way, they remarked that they will carefully follow the evolution of the climatic conditions, if there is any news, it will be reported as soon as possible so that the measures according to the situation are adopted. But they left parents and adult students free to make the decision not to attend if they see fit.
For its part, UNSJ suspended activities at the Pre-University Institutes and at the “El Palomar” Sports Complex in the face of inclement weather.
They also highlighted that classes in the Faculties and School of Health Sciences are at the discretion of the respective authority.