Mocorito, Sinaloa.- An important delivery was made by the Secretariat of Public Education and Culture of Sinaloa (SEPyC) in the municipality of Mocorito to equip eight schools basic education, furniture was delivered to meet the needs of the campuses.
The furniture delivery took place at the Eustaquio Buelna High School, where the Director, teachers, instructors and supervisor received the Secretary of the SEPyC, Juan Alfonso Mejía López, the Head of Regional Services of the Évora region, Roberto Sánchez, the mayor of Mocorito, Guillermo Galindo Castro.
The furniture consists of 350 tables and chairs, as well as tables and chairs for preschool students, paint and waterproofing, reported the Head of Regional Services for the Évora region, Roberto Sánchez.
He stressed that the important thing is that eight schools and one supervision will benefit from this material, “which is seen as a necessity every day.”
The Director of the Eustaquio Buelna High School, Fortunato Ruiz Martínez, expressed his gratitude to the educational authorities and the Municipal President, for the value that the furniture received represents for the emblematic school. “The school is celebrating because it is giving life.”
Mayor “Memo” Galindo responded that this moves him feelings because he has assumed his government with a sense of human responsibility. “I am sure that both academic and administrative staff, parents and students will know how to thank this effort that is being made.”
The closing ceremony was in charge of the Secretary Juan Alfonso Mejía López to recognize the tireless work of all those who make up the schools. As well as parents.
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“Because secretaries come and go. But if you are an authority, you know that every day you have a responsibility and that there is someone who is going to be on the battlefield and is raffling it, ”said the secretary in his message to the educational unit.