Back to school

Classes be­gan on Mon­day in the Mari­nas Alta and Baja

Costa Blanca News (North Edition) - - FRONT PAGE - News Staff Re­porters

THOU­SANDS of pri­mary and sec­ondary school chil­dren went back to their clas­rooms in the Mari­nas Alta and Baja ar­eas for the news school year on Mon­day.

With no ma­jor in­ci­dents and af­ter many coun­cils had car­ried out re­pairs and im­prove­ments to build­ing and ac­cess roads in re­cent weeks, chil­dren greeted new teach­ers and class­mates.

In La Nucía 2,643 stu­dents re­turned af­ter the sum­mer break be­tween the four lo­cal schools– two pub­lic pri­mary schools to­tally 1,259 chil­dren, one sec­ondary pub­lic school with 782 stu­dents and the pri­vate Elian’s Bri­tish school, which wel­comed 602.

The sec­ondary school in ad­di­tion also ac­cepts stu­dents from Ben­i­man­tel, Guadalest, Benifato, Be­niardá and other towns within the Vall de Guadalest.

Through­out Va­len­cia re­gion 776,500 stu­dents went back to school on Mon­day. Read more on page 12.

La Nucía sec­ondary school Cal­losa d'En Sar­riá Pri­mary school in Benissa Fines­trat Al­faz del Pi

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