Students from the rural area of ​​the municipalities of Since and El Roble in Sucre, they have to walk several kilometers to reach the Educational Institutions and enter classes in person, now with the reactivation ordered by the Ministry of Education.

This has been denounced by parents, inhabitants of the village of Vélez, in the rural area of ​​Since, closer to the municipality of Roble, where their children attend classes.

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School transportation

We ask the mayor of El Roble to help us with transportation, because our children arrive tired, they no longer want to do their homework.

Lalys Muelas is the mother of one of those students, who starts her journey on foot every day very early in the company of other children to arrive at the Institution on time, since there is no school transport service that distributes the children from corregimientos. , sidewalks and farms.

“We ask the mayor of El Roble to help us with transportation, because our children arrive tired, they no longer want to do their homework because they arrive with a headache. With a car that makes the journey they are calmer, rested, with encouragement and willingness to comply with the Institution”, he says.

It indicates that the route is double, because there are several kilometers to go and the pampering on the way back.

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“Only that the one on the way back is heavier, because they do it under the inclement sun, which harms the children. The way things are going, they’ll have to withdraw from school. We do not believe that our children can put up with this hustle and bustle, because they will surely get sick, “they indicated.

They were waiting for a response from the directors of the Educational Institution they attend in El Roble and the mayors on duty, to find out if they can count on school transport.

The situation was already registered in the Sincelejito corregimiento, in the rural area of ​​Ayapel (Córdoba), where 300 children do not attend classes but because of the floods.
Mayor Isidro Vergara contracted the services of a river transport to solve this problem.

Schools are in poor condition and do not provide minimum guarantees to students

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in bad shape

Parents and teachers recently made the complaint about the poor state of educational institutions, in the rural area of ​​Sucre (Sucre), where the walls of the Nariño Corregimiento Educational Institution are about to collapse.

In the same way in the Manuela Beltrán Educational Institution, in the Sabanas de Beltrán district, in the jurisdiction of Los Palmitos, where thieves are taking the headquarters to pieces.

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Added to this is the lack of drinking water in different schools in the rural areas of Sincelejo, Toluviejo, San Onofre, Colosó and the indigenous areas of Sampués and San Antonio de Palmito.

Parents and teachers expect the solution to the requests they have made, so that children can access to receive classes in the midst of the highest possible quality.

Francis Xavier Barrios
Special for WEATHER
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