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Reunions, illusions and new adventures at the beginning of the course in Cartagena (09/09/2019)

September is the month of back to school.

An unwanted month for the little ones for the end of the holidays and the return to homework and extracurricular activities.

During this new school year, many children begin Infant or Primary, pass the course or end their career, moving to secondary schools.

Around 123 thousand schoolchildren from the Region of Murcia have had their first day of class this September 9, that is, 80% of the Infant and Primary students.

In Cartagena, more than 23 thousand students have returned to school throughout the municipality.

In total, 22,000 people from Cartagena, from 3 to 12 years old, have started classes at the Infant and Primary Education schools;

141 school children, from 3 to 21 years old, in Special Education schools and 879, from 0 to 3 years old, in nursery schools.

On the occasion of the start of the school period, the president of the Region of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, together with the Minister of Education and Culture, Esperanza Moreno and the Councilor for Education of the City of Cartagena, Irene Ruiz, have visited the Atalaya school, located next to the Sports Palace of Cartagena.

The president of the Region of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, has highlighted the professionalism of all teachers for "training and educating not only students in values ​​but also helping them to be at home".

An example is the work that the Atalaya center is carrying out year after year.

This year, teachers have dressed up as characters related to magic and fantasy.

Alice in Wonderland, magicians, sorcerers, witches, fairies, gnomes or goblins have welcomed the little ones by greeting them and accompanying them inside the center where a small theatrical performance has been performed.

The Harry Potter selection hat has made it known to teachers what students are going to have throughout the school year.

The director of the CEIP Atalaya, where 470 students study, Rocío Quesada, explained that the choice of this theme has been through “a vote on the school website”.

An initiative carried out every year like the past in which they received school children dressed as relevant scientists.

In relation to the centers affected by asbestos, the president of the Community has stressed that “the José María Lapuerta center has been evaluated and that soon the Virgin of Carmen will be evaluated by the Education technicians for the removal of the coverings of fribrocemento” .

Fernando López Mirás, also, said that while there is a prefabricated classroom "they will work so that there is none in the Region of Murcia."

Each year the number of these classrooms is reduced, going from 53 last year to 40 in this new school year.

After finishing the visit to the Atalaya school, the Councilor for Education, Irene Ruiz, has visited the López Primitiva Special Education school, where 141 boys and girls have started classes today, where the students of the center have welcomed the students dressed in fish and photos have been taken in a photocall.

Irene Ruiz explained that during the summer the Department of Education has worked so that everything is ready for the beginning of the school year, which highlights “the work of thorough cleaning of classrooms, patios, roofs and gutters or electrical checks "

In addition, all casualties of school group custodians have been covered, so that today each school has its own municipal employee, as well as in some larger schools they have two municipal employees.

In Secondary and Baccalaureate, students will begin the school year between September 12 and 18.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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