Sinaloa.- The Northwest Territories Families Culiacan Facial critical issues so that their children get Educational services in the absence of two campuses: one of High School in the Valle Alto sector, and another, a high school
Members of the Culiacan Northwest Citizens Participation Network say a lack of resources to pay for trucks and food forces many teens to decide to drop their studies and enter crime.
The high school’s efforts, if implemented, would benefit minors in Valle Alto, Santa Fe, Portalegre, La Conquista, Solidaridad, Santa Anita and other neighborhoods, as the only high school in the area is Cetis 107, which Infonavit is located in the neighbourhood. Humaya, which has a capacity of 550 students.
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The situation has worsened among students wishing to continue high school, because 1,700 young graduates every year are completing their third year of high school, with an average age of 15, And they’re flying 1,150 students, who have the financial resources, parents choose to send them to schools in the city center or to Culiacancito High School.
Fraylan Gallegos Jiménez, a civil engineer, manager and social worker from the city’s northwest region, explained that he takes his son to the Culiacancito syndicate every day to attend high school and continue his studies, but he sees that Other youths are out of necessity and had to stop their studies midway.
This claim was linked to the Santa Fe subdivision by Remberto López; Hermelindo Ignacio Zazueta from Foviste Diamante; Ricardo Ramírez Osuna from Valle Alto and Rodolfo Velarde Valdez from Villa del Río, who are representatives of Stas, La Conquista, Portalegre and other settlements.
In Valle Alto, one of the main complaints is the lack of secondary education, but it is believed that there are five basic secondary education schools in Santa Fe, Solidaridad and La Conquista, which meet this need.
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Deputy Almendra Negrete commented that talks are progressing on the project to build a high school.
The head of the Sepik, Graciela Dominguez, has already joined the settlers as it is a request of many years, about which the then Senator Rubén Rocha Moya, the current governor, is known.