Rodríguez Larreta described the first day of returning to the classroom as "really important for the City of Buenos Aires" because "almost 400 thousand children returned to face-to-face education", which he considered "a great achievement" for the students, parents, teachers and education workers.
"We could not afford another years without face-to-face classes," the president stressed and stressed that both his team and the citizens "made a great effort" to achieve the objective.
The first day, said the communal chief, He had a positive compliance with health regulations, which order social distancing, the provision of alcohol gel at the entrance of schools, the use of chinstraps from the age of five, in other provisions.
On this day, more than 370 thousand students of all levels returned to the 2,117 qualified schools in the City, within the framework of the beginning of the school year in the jurisdiction.
According to the designed schedule, classes began in the kindergartens and kindergartens, from 45 days to 5 years, the first three grades of primary and special education, and 1st and 2nd year of secondary schools.
Faced with this first day, Rodríguez Larreta stated: “We had promised to start today and we started, but we had been working a lot to get to this day and have the children with the greatest presence possible and in a careful way. ”
He also stressed that“ it is a day of great pride and joy, so necessary also for the children ”and valued:“ I am extremely grateful to the entire educational family, the managers, the the children, the children and the family members who had patience throughout the past year to accompany them with virtuality ”.