Mazatlan Sinaloa.- Director of the Center for Multiple Labor Attention Number 25, Soraida Ibarra Carrillo announces that they have been The constant victim of lovers of what is foreign and has left them without electricity And with the heat increasing, he has seen the need to take classes outside in Mazatlán, Sinaloa.
“During the whole time of the pandemic, the school was left alone and practically everything was stolen from us, equipment, air conditioners, mini-splits, pipes, they left us without water, pumps were stolen, rotoplasts Copper pieces broken to be stolen, absolutely electrical wires, we have a substation and everything was stolen from there, we are currently without work equipment, without water, without electricity, we use the bathroom But we have to carry water from the tap with the bucket,” said Ibarra Carrillo.
Because of these circumstances they are working out Unless the weather allows them and mentions that it will be difficult for them to do their normal classes before the next rainy season.
We have gone to various municipal authorities who have participated and surveyed the damages, made a budget, but Cash assistance for repair of damage is yet to be received.
They have also resorted to educational authorities and because it is believed that there is some insurance and all kinds of documents have been made, but in the same way no positive response has been received.
Teachers comment that the situation they are going through is not worthy of the students.
The last robbery they fell victim to was last January when all the wires were finally taken, about 7 air cooling devices were stolen, asbestos tanks were damaged, the security of the rooms was broken despite having padlocks and had entered to take the air. conditioning equipment.
It was announced that the damage exceeded 300 thousand pesos. The school currently has 74 students aged 15 years and above, and due to the current circumstances approximately 10 to 15 children attend.
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Children attend workshops that help them out in the workplace but currently they are not being trained because of what happened and unfortunately they are the ones who are losing, concluded director Soraida Ibarra Carrillo .
School is the victim of frequent robbery in Mazatlan, Sinaloa