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Council is working with the directors of all public
schools in the municipality to carry out the necessary
maintenance and preparation work for the new academic
year, ensuring that the centres are conditioned to meet
the required standards set out by the authorities in
the face of the continuing COVID-19 health crisis.
Montse Villaverde (Education) explained that the Council
has modified the cleaning contracts at all the schools,
expanding and adapting them to meet current requirements.
During the school year, in addition to the daily cleaning
schedule, there will be staff available at each school
during normal hours to deal with incidents and each
centre will be supplied with 50 litres of disinfectant
municipal staff have been attending to the requirements
of each management team to carry out small modifications,
such as the adaption of common areas which will be converted
into classrooms for this school year, the expansion
of toilet blocks and the removal of partitions to expand
added that all schools in Xàbia have been preparing
to the extent of their possibilities for what is going
to be a very difficult and complicated year during which
the Ministry of Education has strengthened the teaching
staff to attend to new classes that will be created
in order to lower the number of students per classroom.
Each school has planned protocols for the school year,
including a dining room service in the classroom itself,
staggered recreation times and the zoning of the courtyards
so that the so-called 'bubble' or stable coexistence
groups so not socialise with each other.
councillor confirmed that a meeting will be held with
all the management teams next week to finalise the details
of the very complicated return to school.
Release - Mayor's Office