Celsia announced the remodeling of an educational institution in Buenaventura.
The company said that the educational community of the Juan Jose Rondon Institution will find totally transformed facilities, when face-to-face classes are resumed.
“Celsia, through its foundation, developed the improvement works that benefit more than 600 students and 16 teachers, who will return to face-to-face in optimal conditions,” the company said in a statement.
Luz María Gallo, leader of the Celsia Foundation, said that the company believes that investing in education is the solution to closing social gaps.
“That is why it is so important to promote projects to improve the facilities where children receive their classes. We are happy to deliver the works to the Buenaventura educational community,” Gallo highlighted.
The mayor of Buenaventura, Víctor Vidal, said that the school’s facilities are transformed.
“I am pleased to see how the school has been improved: the classrooms, their appearance, their functionality. We hope the students can come back with the alternation (on/off days physically in the classroom) and enjoy it,” Vidal said.
Elda Mireya Angulo, rector of the educational institution, highlighted the company’s contribution to improving the quality of life of students and teachers.
“The community thanks the Foundation for allowing our children, adolescents and young people to be happy and motivated to continue studying,” Angulo said.
She said that the foundation is helping to shape lives, allowing students to visualize education as the possibility to get ahead and build a life project.