Lichtmajer visited School No. 25 of Huasa Pampa Norte on Tuesday, which has an enrollment of 162 students at the initial and primary levels; and a dining room that provides breakfast, lunch and snacks.
With the aim of supervising the works carried out within the framework of the Comprehensive Plan for the Repair of School Buildings promoted by the governor, Osvaldo Jaldo; and the pedagogical advances in the return to full attendance in the 2022 school year; the Minister of Education, Juan Pablo Lichtmajer; visited School No. 25 located in Huasa Pampa Norte, San José de La Cocha.
In addition, they were accompanied by the mayor of La Cocha, Leopoldo Rodríguez; the commissioner of San José de La Cocha, Raúl Alfredo Fernández; the Secretary for Strengthening School Management, José Luis González; the Undersecretary of Education, Patricia Fernández; the Undersecretary of Educational Welfare, Javier Palacios; and the director of Initial Education, Silvia Nazar; who were received by the director of the institution, Patricia Say.
The school has an enrollment of 162 students at the initial and primary levels; and a dining room that provides breakfast, lunch and snacks. It received $367,150 in Fores Funds, Supplies, Preparation, Biosafety, Sanitary and Painting Materials that were used in the repair of the perimeter fence, repair of the electrical system, walls and plumbing work in bathrooms, for which the local government collaborated with construction site.
“We accompany the schools of the interior to supervise the work plan in the schools promoted by the governor, Osvaldo Jaldo; and the development of the school year with full attendance. In School No. 25 of Huasa Pampa Norte, we see how the director and the body teacher, whom I deeply thank for the task they carry out with so much vocation, they receive the children of the area with the joy of reunion”, said the head of the educational portfolio.
In addition, the minister highlighted “work has been done on repairs to walls, electricity, in the bathrooms; and repairs to the perimeter fence are advancing. Of course, we are going to continue to pay attention to the needs that may arise during the year; because our task is deployed with more force so that the 2022 school year continues fully throughout the province”.
Finally, Patricia Say, commented “it is a historic and beautiful day for the institution and for our town that the Minister of Education comes to a rural school. We have his permanent accompaniment and that of his entire team. In the pedagogical part, we carry out an evaluation of diagnosis and we are working with a group of 7 students who are with accompanied promotion. In general, the students are doing well, enrollment has increased and attendance is high”.