The mayor of the town, Teresa García, together with the mayor of education, Cristina Ruiz, held a meeting with the director of the IES Emilio Pérez Piñero, Alonso Salinas, last Friday, in which they discussed different issues related to the educational field.
Among which were several proposals with different activities to be developed throughout the year by the students of the IES and the request to the Ministry of Education to increase the range of FP training programs in Calasparra.
In order for the young people of the town to have a wider range of training possibilities in our municipality.
An initiative that would not only benefit the Calasparreños and Calasparreñas,It would also contribute to increasing and complementing the training possibilities of all those interested in developing their training in the Northwest Region.After the signing of the two agreements signed between the City Council of Calasparra and the University of Murcia, last week, in which a Permanent Headquarters of the University was established in our municipality, during this meeting the center was informed of the possibilities of collaboration with the University of Murcia, from which the students of the institute can benefit.
Seminars, talks, guided visits to the different campuses, are just some of the possible activities that can be developed between the City Council, University and IES, to bring the University closer to the youngest.A project to be carried out among young people aimed at preventing sexist violence and promoting egalitarian relationships between young people was also presented by the equality department, prioritizing training in decision-making and the management of social skills.The mayor was interested in the situation of the IES Emilio Pérez Piñero in terms of COVID-19 and congratulated the faculty for the action protocols they are carrying out to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus in said center.
They highlighted the importance of the social conscience of the youngest to lower the contagion curve and continue with the good data that we have today.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Calasparra