The City Council this morning distributed the school agendas in the two educational centers, which this year are focused on biodiversity.
450 copies have been delivered to the students of Blas Infante and 175 to those of Los Almendros.
Rocío Ruiz, Councilor for Education, pointed out that it is a necessary tool for organization, both for teachers and students and their families.
As has been done in recent years, the agenda has additional content related to the environment that this 2020/2021 course focuses on the biodiversity of the natural environment that surrounds us.
On the other hand, this morning the school year in Secondary began. In Casares, a total of 71 students have returned to class today in the first and second year of ESO at Colegio Blas Infante.
These secondary school students join the 546 primary school students who started the course last Friday, distributed between this center and Los Almendros de Secadero.
As in primary school, the school continues this year with the same covid protocol as last year, reinforced with the contingency plan launched by the City Council in collaboration with the educational centers of the municipality.