As in previous years the holiday period has been used to make repairs of paint, carpentry, masonry and plumbing at a cost of around 40,000 euros according to the needs transmitted by the schools themselves
The City of Jumilla has carried out during this summer different maintenance works in the educational centers with the aim that they are ready for the new school year that begins this Friday.
These are painting, carpentry, masonry and plumbing works according to the needs transmitted by the schools themselves, which has cost about 40,000 euros.
The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, accompanied by the Councilor for Educational Centers, Lola Gómez, and the Councilor for Works and Urban Planning, Francisco González, have visited today several of the centers where these actions have been carried out.
In the Carmen Conde School, the old shower rooms have been replaced by warehouses and different paint works of the metal carpentry of the main facade have been carried out.
In the San Francisco School, the first floor and the stairs have been repainted and different improvement works have been carried out at the main entrance of the building and at the sources of drinking water.
In the Miguel Hernández School, the sandpit has been removed from the patio and a wall that divided it, leaving a diaphanous space.
Likewise, the classrooms and corridors of the Infantil building have been repainted.
In both the Prince Felipe School and Mariano Suárez, different painting works have been carried out, both on facades and side doors and in the Nuestra Señora de la Asunción School, the actions have focused on plumbing improvements, fixing different bathrooms and faucets .
In all schools, playgrounds have also been cleaned.
Repairs have been carried out by municipal employees, as well as through several contracted companies, all based in Jumilla.
"During the course we will continue to attend, as is usually done, the different needs that arise and we will continue to demand from the Ministry of Education the investments that our centers need and that correspond to the CARM, such as the renovation of sports courts, replacement of toilets or works in annexed buildings that require it, "said Juana Guardiola.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla