During May, June and July
We maintained the delivery service of pantries to the mothers of our children with a total of 160 between kindergarten and preschool.
We resumed face-to-face classes with 100 preschool students who came voluntarily, and 20 who continued to work remotely for this return, we carried out the 3 sanitary filters that the sanitary protocol promotes.
With hybrid attendance, that is, half of the student enrollment attended 2 days and the other half 2, and the children with the greatest academic delay also attended on Fridays.
The students showed joy when they returned to their school, although the learning was not consolidated in the distance period, we gave ourselves to the task that in this time that they were in person, they would take advantage of a constant regularization.
The socio-emotional state of the majority was not good, but along with the academic activities, strategies were carried out in which the students expressed their feelings and actions were put into practice that would help to improve them.
We return with the volunteer program, receiving up to 5 who are supporting in the activities necessary for the preparation of the return to school.
During the end of July and these first weeks of August
The institutions were maintained, in the case of the nursery ramps were adapted to facilitate access for children with disabilities.
We remain in training from August 6 to plan the next school year.
We are also sanitizing and preparing everything for the return to school for the 2021-2022 cycle, in which we will maintain an enrollment of only 100 children in total.