Mazarrón Town Council, through the departments of Education and Social Policy, has launched a book exchange program to alleviate the economic difficulties many families are suffering from the municipality to which they are still difficult to meet the cost marks the beginning of the school year.
This has been released this morning the delegated councilors from both areas, María Celeste Martinez Soria and Mary respectively.
Through this campaign, those families who have previous course books that have not been changed for this course - only have changed the 3 Â° and 4 Â° of Primary-may help others.
As indicated by the mayor of Education, Maria Celeste Soria, "those parents who want to borrow books must fill out a form in your school and wait to be called by the Social Services Department to deliver them. In addition, families applying Books must enroll in Social Services or Puerto Mazarron for an assessment, which must provide various documents to conduct a baremación determined that families are the most need. "
The idea, Soria, is to create a bank of books for each of the schools.
The Social Policy area will baremación process.
As indicated his charge, Maria Martinez, "is valued about socio-economic and family that they will consider whether there are charges for housing, the number of minor children in the family or the number of unemployed members of the same ".
Through this baremación, plaintiffs obtained a number of points that will identify the families who have more needs and therefore must be addressed with priority.
Martinez thanked the willingness of both the direct and the schools in the municipality of AMPAS each center.
The deadline for submitting applications for both the borrowing and the demand for books, starting next Monday 10 and end on September 24.
The Mayor of Mazarrón, Ginés Campillo, stressed that "given the economic difficulties of the present situation we must put in place mechanisms and campaigns to help our neighbors, so I ask the citizens to cooperate with this initiative to demonstrate solidarity and commitment of Mazarrón with those families most in need. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón