Mayor delivers school breakfast on the first day of return to classrooms

The mayor of Santa Cruz de la SierraJhonny Fernández, toured various educational units to deliver the school breakfast. In addition, in each of his visits, he reviewed compliance with the biosafety protocols required for the return to face-to-face classes.

On the Mirette Sciaroni de Bruun Educational Unit, located in the third ring road between the Isuto canal and Radial 26, the burgomaster supervised the food delivery. Starting this Monday morning, students receive cookies and a dairy supplement. Fernández promised the delivery of fruit in the next few days.

During the visit, the mayor announced healthy eating regulations that must govern both inside the schools and in the sales stalls that are installed in the vicinity of them. “Enough of junk food, of sweets brought from outside and with an expired date, of sugar consumption,” said the authority.

The municipality will supervise the sale of products to students so that they comply with certain regulations and guarantee a diet “with natural products that is the healthiest for children.”

In addition to the delivery of school breakfast, Fernández supervised compliance with biosafety protocols. In addition to the use of the chinstrap, at the entrance to the center the temperature of the schoolchildren is controlled and alcohol gel is dispensed for hand disinfection.


Student enjoys school breakfast on the first day back to school. Photo: Juan Carlos Torrejon

On this same day, in the facilities of the Mirette Sciaroni School, he worked orA vaccination drive to immunize children against coronavirus. All these provisions are part of the biosecurity measures requested by the authorities to guarantee the return to face-to-face classes.

The principal of the school was grateful for the return to the classroom, after two years. This Monday, he clarified, only half of the students enrolled in the educational unit attended. “We have divided the courses into two groups so that they attend alternately, in a blended system”. The principal’s wish is that soon all students will be able to share the same space.