St. Catarina / 04.08.2021 03:02:48
Between the 16-month abandonment and the vandalism caused by the lack of face-to-face classes, the school Niño Eugenio Canavati it was left in deplorable condition.
But in three weeks it will be ready to return to the classroom, although it will not be by government action, but by private initiative entrepreneurs, who led teachers and parents to restore this and a little more than 60 public schools.
“We found many problems on this campus, the bathrooms were practically destroyed, they entered the library to steal the books, there is much to do,” he explained. Hilda Delgado, director of Katcon Company Public Relations
He noted that they found a school destroyed by vandals, with dirt and mud accumulated on the floor of the classrooms and a total neglect.
This is how many public schools are, so the company and its CEO, Bernardo Turner, started the campaign Sponsor a School and they invited entrepreneurs to make donations to restore them and make them ready for the return to face-to-face classes.
“We are working pure volunteers on this, more teachers and parents, and Katcon It provides the financial resources necessary for the repair that is needed in schools ”, he mentioned.
The Niño Eugenio Canavati school is located in the neighborhood of the same name in the municipality of St. Catarina.
This weekend, teachers, parents, and employees of Katcon they cleaned classrooms and toilets. The municipality of Santa Catarina was in charge of cleaning patios and brush.
Hilda Delgado He reported that Katcon contributed 200 thousand pesos for the restoration of the campus.
“But there are many schools that need to be restored to provide decent spaces for children when they return to face-to-face classes,” he explained.
Support from other employers is needed for the more than 60 schools in need of restoration, and which are not contemplated by the state for their maintenance.
He invited entrepreneurs and volunteers to communicate through the mail firstname.lastname@example.orgWell, in order to have decent schools, everyone’s hand is needed.