Sinaloa.- Parents of students from Pemex Primary School, in Kuliakan, Ask the state authorities for help. they are afraid that some accident might happen because theyThe ceiling in the classrooms is in such a bad condition who drive danger of collapse. 300 children come to this campus, who were also victims of criminals.
Anxiety arises because Has been a victim of sabotage on many occasions, The roof is in terrible condition, apart from the fact that they don’t have air conditioners and the high temperature is already being felt in the city and they don’t want the school to be closed.
Ana Elsa Higuera, the director of the primary school, said she had already submitted several files of those robberies to the Ministry of Public Education and Culture, as well as the condition of the ceilings of the classrooms, which she fears. falling on the students.
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He reiterates that the parents have supported on several occasions to buy fans and different things, but this time they need Sepik to intervene, as they are desperate.
“We are vulnerable, parents ready to support, but what happens is that their standard of living doesn’t give them enough to pay for the school they need.”
The mother of a family, Patricia Armenta Noriega, commented that Children already complain of heat Those who live the days they go to class, because it’s not a full week, feel like it’s impossible for them to return to the normal school schedule.
“We make a watchful call for them to come and help us, we don’t want the school to be closed, we want our children to continue their education.”
Sepik chief Graciela Dominguez said they would be exploring options so that the heat doesn’t cause health problems for the minors, so each director will see what to do together.