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  • August 30st, 2021
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School Cycle 2021-2022 begins in Tamaulipas.

In 19 municipalities where the epidemiological traffic light allows it, the return to classes will be in person, safe, voluntary and gradual; while in the municipalities with a red light, the online classes will continue.



August 30 of the 2021

Miquihuana, Tamaulipas.- Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca He kicked off the 2021-2022 School Cycle from the municipality of Miquihuana, where he called on students, parents and teachers to take extreme health measures at educational establishments who will return to classes in person.

«Today 24 thousand girls, boys and adolescents will return to classes in person. With this, almost 500 basic education schools will reopen their doors with all the enthusiasm to promote new learning. We have prepared ourselves for this important step because, given the challenges posed by Covid-19, my government's priority continues to be to protect the health of families, "said García. Cabeza de Vaca at the beginning of the current school year at the Technical Secondary School No. 26 in Miquihuana.

"That is why after a year and 3 months we are here taking all the precautions, carrying out all the corresponding protocols," he said.

A total of 482 basic-level schools, located in 19 municipalities, opened their doors today as part of the return to classes in person, safe, gradual and voluntary in Tamaulipas.

They return to face-to-face classes in Burgos, Bustamante, Casas, Cruillas, Güémez, Guerrero, Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, Hidalgo, Jiménez, Mainero, Méndez, Mier, Miquihuana, Nuevo Morelos, Ocampo, Palmillas, San Carlos, San Nicolás and Villagrán.

While the municipalities with an epidemiological red light will continue with the online class scheme, in order to prevent further outbreaks of the disease and continue taking care of the health of Tamaulipas families.

The Government of the State of Tamaulipas, through the Secretaries of Health (SST) and Education (SET), has carried out actions to facilitate the return to classes in person, gradual, safe and voluntary, among which an investment of 150 million pesos in the rehabilitation and disinfection of schools, sanitary protocols in order to mitigate the risks of contagion to the maximum, and training for teachers to safely return to classes.

Additionally, 24 thousand uniforms and school supplies were distributed to all students who return in person. The rest will be delivered as more schools join the face-to-face return to classes, to add a total of 236 thousand uniforms for girls, boys and adolescents, at the Preschool, Primary and Secondary level, formally enrolled in the 2021 - 2022 school year in schools of Basic Education.




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