The Secretariat of Public Education (SEP) communicated that This Monday, January 3, 2022, classes will resume of basic education in person in public and private schools throughout the country, this as part of the 2021-2022 school cycle.
The SEP confirmed that during the first week of the month, classes will be suspended on Thursday, January 6, with a normal return to classrooms for Friday, January 7. Students will only have compulsory classes four days the new week begins.
The agency invited school communities, including teachers, parents, students and other government authorities related to this sector, to be part of the return to face-to-face classes of the year 2022.
To pay for the health safety of students and teachers, the SEP will collaborate with the Ministry of Health to continue with the vaccination work and reinforcements of vaccines to teachers and administrative staff to guarantee the safety of the schools and the proper operation of the educational service.
In the same vein, he also asked parents to continue with the health safety protocols, such as the use of face masks and antibacterial gel, in addition to carrying out periodic temperature checks. The SEP encouraged parents to pay attention to symptoms such as fever, cough, cold or runny nose in minors, before presenting them in schools.
The SEP assured that the National Vaccination Strategy, implemented by the federal government guarantees learning environments insurance; It helps to protect the health of those who are part of the school communities and guarantees that the teaching-learning process develops adequately in this school year.
“The Ministry of Public Education declares itself ready to return to face-to-face school activities after the winter vacation period, and invites the country’s school communities, including teaching and education support staff, students, parents, tutors and educational authorities, to be part of this return, “reported the agency.
“The SEP reaffirms its commitment to the health and well-being of girls, boys, adolescents and young people, as well as their access to quality educational services, at all levels of education.”
The SEP provided the telephone numbers 800 288 66 88 and 800 734 73 76 of the Educatel Information and Orientation Telephone System to clarify any doubts.