Find out about the dates and amounts primary school children receive for the Mexico City program.
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This story originally appeared on Mexico Unknown
On August 1st, elementary school students receive the deposit for the concept of school uniform and care support for 2020.
The Guaranteed Education Trust (FIDEGAR) reported in a press release that elementary school and public school students who benefit from the school supplies and uniform support program will receive the appropriate deposit on August 1st.
On August 1st, the deposit for the support program for school supplies and school uniforms for children in public elementary schools in Mexico City is deposited.
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– Fidegar (@Fidegar) July 18, 2020
On July 9, the head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, announced that support for the purchase of supplies and school uniforms would be delivered in August.
This benefit corresponds to students from community centers, preschool, primary, secondary and multiple care centers.
Support amounts for school supplies and uniforms 2020
Support for the school supplies and school uniforms program consists of a one-time deposit of the following amounts:
- 720 pesos for students from community centers and preschools
- 820 pesos for primary school
- 900 pesos for secondary and multiple attention centers
Remember that there is no time limit to use the Uniform and School Supplies Support and My Scholarship deposits to start programs. If you have decided to save them, you can collect them.
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– Fidegar (@Fidegar) July 16, 2020
About these programs
In April, May and June, the family economy was supported by the programs “My scholarship to start” and “Support for school supplies and uniforms” with an additional 1,500 pesos for 1,200,000 students from 860,334 families.
This type of program is said to be the most comprehensive for families in Mexico City, so all grades benefit. This means the following:
- Community centers
- Secondary school
- Multiple attention centers (primary, secondary, and work centers)
The aim of these programs is to give children and young people in CDMX access to education and to ensure that they can attend public schools.
The traffic lights
In the bulletin published by the Guaranteed Education Trust (FIDEGAR) It is recalled that CDMX is located at an orange traffic light and is closer to red than green. Therefore, it is recommended to take the following measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Green is still far away and red is very close.
Follow these steps to prevent Covid-19 infections.
– Wear mask covers.
– Wash your hands or use antibacterial gel all the time.
– Keep a healthy distance. #ProtegeYProtegeALosDemas#JuntosVamosASalirAdelante pic.twitter.com/sD2K1E7VmP
– Fidegar (@Fidegar) July 17, 2020
- If you can stay at home, do it.
- When you go out, pay close attention to face masks, healthy distance and frequent hand cleaning.
- If you have symptoms (fever above 37.5 degrees, difficulty breathing, body aches or sore throat), stay at home and send an SMS with the word “covid19” to 51515 or call Locatel (5658-1111).