In the framework of the commemoration of Teacher’s Day, the Municipal President of Isla Mujeres, Atenia Gómez Riccalde, recognized and honored the teachers and retirees of the SNTE section 25 of the SNTE in favor of girls, boys and adolescents during dinner and pleasant coexistence Thank you for the effort and daily dedication that led to the Calypso Event Room in Zone Insular.
There, the municipal president called upon them to work wholeheartedly so that children and adolescents can receive quality education in prestigious and safe places as established by the government. New Pact for Welfare and Development promoted by Governor Mara Lejama Espinosa. Every corner of the municipality, from those who teach in the insular area of the municipality, in Continental, in the agricultural sector and in Francisco May, highlights the importance of their work in training new generations, which will allow the restoration of generate social fabric and shared good. teachers for their extensive careers of 25, 30 and 35 years of service, highlighting that they are an example to follow in the transformation of Isla Mujeres, for this reason, he encouraged them to work together and governor Mara Called for working hand in hand with Lejama. When teamwork works, results are favorable, the mayor said, “creating a more prosperous, orderly and safe municipality.” The municipal government held a motorcycle raffling, resulting in the winner Rosa María Ortiz Jasso, a teacher of bachilleras from the Ciudad Mujeres Campus (Continental Zone), while the state government drew a car.
“I appreciate the support of our dear Governor Mara Lejama for being a great social steward,” the mayor stressed.
The celebration was attended by representatives of Governor Mara Lezama, Edgar Gasca Ercio, General Secretary of Section 25 of the National Union of Education Workers (SNTE), José Arimael Salas Alcoasar, National Representative of SNTE’s National Executive Committee, Juan Manuel. Bedolla Ricaldes, councilors Alejandra Penich and Jessica Contreras, director of social development of Isla Mujeres, Rosa Elena Rios Fernandez, director of education of Isla Mujeres, Luz María Rodríguez Méndez, union representative and school administrator.