| The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, the Councilor for Works and Urban Planning, Francisco González, and the Councilor for Educational Centers, Lola Gómez, have visited today some of these improvements | The City Council of Jumilla has carried out during this summer different maintenance works in the educational centers with the aim that they are ready before the start of the new school year.
These are painting, carpentry, masonry and plumbing works in accordance with the needs transmitted by the schools themselves, which have had a cost close to 65,000 euros. The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, the Councilor for Works and Urban Planning, Francisco González, and the Councilor for Educational Centers, Lola Gómez, have visited some of these works today.
Specifically those of the Mariano Suárez School, where several classrooms have been repainted, the corridor on the first floor and flooring has been installed, as well as those of San Francisco, where the floor of the Children's building is being renovated, which has been replaced by pallet.
They have also visited the School of Music, facilities in which the vinyl flooring has been completed in the spaces that were pending in the reforms carried out last year. Juana Guardiola has indicated that, "in addition to checking how the maintenance works have been, we are seeing the adaptation to the new situation being carried out by the teachers, who are fully involved and doing everything in their power so that the return to classes is totally safe.
" Francisco Guardiola has highlighted that "the continuous and daily maintenance that has been done in the educational centers in recent years has made the demands of the schools themselves less and less".
The repairs have been carried out by municipal employees, as well as through various local businesses. Different improvements have also been made to the Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, Miguel Hernández and Príncipe Felipe schools. Reconciliation new course The City Council is collaborating with all educational centers so that the return to the classroom is safe.
"Although we do not agree with the proposal of the Ministries of Education and Social Policy, we have prepared several municipal spaces that can host the so-called conciliation classrooms so that students who leave the ratio can attend school days, although we do not have guidelines on how they are going to be done or the resources that the City Council will have, "said the mayor. Juana Guardiola added that: "My wish had been for Education to hire a greater number of teachers to be able to unfold classrooms.
However, we are available to receive guidelines and collaborate so that our students are totally safe."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla