The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, and the Minister of Education, Esperanza Moreno, have visited this morning the works of the new Prince Felipe Public School.
They have been accompanied by the Councilor for Educational Centers, Lola Gómez, the general director of the area, Verónica López, as well as part of the management team of the school, AMPA and councilors of the corporation.
The new center will have six units of Infant Education and twelve Primary, in addition to a multipurpose room of 120 square meters, multipurpose rooms, gymnasium and school canteen.
It could foreseeably be launched in the next 2020/21 course.
They have previously visited the current educational center where they have been interested in the different innovation projects such as the 'Teach Me Life' program, which the students carry out in TeleJumilla, financed by the City Council, through the 20,000 euros agreement with the FAMPA, and Counseling
"It's about putting value on good teachers like the ones here," said the counselor.
The mayor of Jumilla has said that "the construction of the new school is a very good news for Jumilla, which was waiting for years."
Likewise, he has praised "the excellent work of Jumilla teachers, both in the center and in the rest."
Juana Guardiola has remembered, in addition, the many investments that the school centers of the municipality still need, "dossier that they already have in the Ministry of Education and to which I hope they will be given out".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla