Gusaway, Sinaloa. – Before taking the initiative Jaime Nuno at Elementary School, where An operation called for inspecting the interior of each student’s backpacks for safety issuesAnd with the consent of the parents, the head of the regional services of Petatlan in the municipality of Guasave and Sinaloa indicated that Said that the action does not support them, as they violate the rights of the student.
Jaime Carlos Hernandez highlights that Parents are required to check their kids’ backpacks at home.With the aim that they do not have any material shortage so that they can carry out their school activities.
Jaime Nuno Academic Complex will soon carry out the said operation with its students before entering the institute for security purposes.
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still, They will complete it as long as they have signed authorization from the parents.So they are collecting the relevant signatures to be able to proceed.
State official said that the action operation-backpack That was implemented in schools many years ago, is not currently practiced as other alternatives have been sought.
he mentioned that Neither the state government nor the Ministry of Public Education and Culture agree In which these activities are presented in educational institutions. He stressed that parents and the school community are concerned that strangers may collect things when students open students’ bags.
He calls on parents to be responsible and alert to be attentive to their children, so he says they conduct permanent reviews of their kids’ backpacks before and after they leave school.
“This is so that parents can ensure that things that shouldn’t be there don’t go into the bag,” the officer said.
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He indicated that it is important that boys and girls have materials so that they can work and carry out their activities, so the relevance is that they check their things at home.
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