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Late But Secure: Serapio López School Now Has New 2010 Patronage School Members
By Emiliana García
 

On Monday April 19th, one hundred and twenty-eight parents attended the elections for the new Patronage School members for Nosara’s Serapio López School. This was the fourth meeting held at said institution, following three failed attempts during March and April, due to lack of quorum.

Parents voting for members of the Patronage School
Photo by Emiliana Garcia

Carmen Martínez Sosa was chosen as President of the Patronage by seventy-seven parents, winning by an extensive margin over the other candidates. Jennifer Ramírez and Jessenia Baltodano Juárez were respectively chosen as Secretary and Treasurer.

The functions of the Patronage School are to: promote the welfare of the children; collaborate with the work entrusted to the Education Meetings; to promote the material advancement of the schools; to devise a work plan detailing the activities to be carried out; to attend meetings and activities with the teaching staff and members of the community, in order to receive training; to coordinate institutional activities; to improve work and analyzing methods, and to resolve problems that are presented.


 

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