4,576 students of Infant, Primary and Special Education begin classes today in the nine public centers, one of them special education, and two concerted centers.
The mayor of Alcantarilla, Joaquín Buendía, and the Councilor for Education, Culture and Youth, Marina Lorenzo, visited the CEIP Las Tejeras centers, with 254 students, and the CEIP Campoamor, with 235 students, where they checked the start of classes, It has developed normally and without incident.
This course studies 53 students in the municipality less than the past, which was 4,629 students.
As for the number of classrooms, this course is 196.
The mayor said as a novelty that "the Sacred Heart of Jesus school has a school canteen during this course and there are already four public centers, San José Obrero, Jacinto Benavente and Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, and one arranged, Samaniego School, which offer this necessary service to facilitate reconciliation. "
During the course that begins today, 1,373 kindergarten students study in the municipality, 26 less than last year, in 59 classrooms;
3,139 elementary students, 32 less than the previous year, in 135 classrooms;
14 students in the open classroom, 1 more than the previous year;
and 50 students, between 4 and 21 years old, in the special education school Eusebio Martínez, 4 more than last year.
Alcantarilla offers bilingual training at CEIP Campoamor, Jacinto Benavente, Las Tejeras, Nuestra Señora de la Salud, Jara Carrillo and Vistabella public schools, as well as at the two Sagrado Corazón y Samaniego College.
The CEIP centers San José Obrero, Jacinto Benavente, Our Lady of the Assumption, Sacred Heart and the Samaniego Teaching Center have a school canteen service;
and Jacinto Benavente and Nuestra Señora de la Salud schools have Open Classrooms.
ESO, Baccalaureate and Adult Education students will begin their classes in Alcantarilla on September 13.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla