Great joy in Almuiña primary school
My school: the most important cultural center of the community was the name of the recreational festival held this Saturday in José Almuiña González primary school, located in La Fe, second important town of the Isle of Youth.
My school: the most important cultural center of the community was the name of the recreational festival held this Saturday in José Almuiña González primary school, located in La Fe, second important town of the Isle of Youth
Similar encounters were held in the 19 educational centers responsible for opening their classrooms to Verano por más (summer campaign), in order to promote human values and habits of courtesy and formal education; encourage creativity and aesthetic taste and contribute to the development of creative skills.
Over 157 professors of physical education, 48 of computer subject, 49 librarians and 182 art instructors make of this Saturday a great party that close the summer activities in the educational sector.
In José Almunia School the art instructors, led by Ariadna Guzmán, carried out workshops of creation and appreciation of dance, theater, music and visual arts, while the librarians commented about the local history from a significant anecdote. Clowns, good music and games were present in the activity.
Osmaida Martínez Nápoles, director of the school, expressed her satisfaction for being her school selected for the central activity of La Fe, where the community has been inserted in any actions they have carried out for the welfare of the artistic and cultural development of the town.
Many of people that participated preferred the computer classroom with the software Multisaber, Navegante, Futuro, Cuba, símbolos y atributos.
There were contests in boxing, football, chess, dominoes, sack races and stilts and participation games like Who puts the tail on the donkey, broom dance, Do as I say and not as I do, meetings where children showed speed and mental agility.
In each corner of the square of the school, children painted what they wanted and wrote a message on the asphalt to the Cuban Five unjustly imprisoned in U.S. jails. Later the Trovacuentos, a young art instructor named Leandro Guerrero charmed with the melodies that flowed from the strings of his guitar.
Traslation: Lien Fernández Sánchez
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