Franciscan communities start Independence Week

The Municipality of São Francisco do Maranhão, through the Municipal Department of Education, started this Friday and Saturday the celebrations alluding to the Brazilian Independence Week.

The first school communities to parade were Várzea Comprida and Mimoso, on the 2nd and 3rd, respectively. The municipal secretary of Education, Francimilton Pacheco, was present at the ceremony.

“The main objective is to mark in our students this moment that we are living in the communities. I know that, despite the difficulties, the most gratifying thing is that, in the end, everything works out”, considered Francemilton.

“It is gratifying to see this parade in the Mimoso community with the appreciation that education is having in São Francisco do Maranhão”, said the mayor, Francisco da Padaria.

Mayor Adelbarto participated in the program to commemorate the bicentennial of the Independence of Brazil. “I want, initially, to congratulate the Várzea Comprida school, which started Independence Week with a beautiful parade. We were very pleased with the participation of families and students, as this is our main objective”, he considered.

The mayor stressed the need for families to participate in schools as a way to improve municipal education. “May we involve families, bringing them to schools to improve our education, which will only be a priority in our municipality if all: teachers, students and parents join hands in this firm purpose”, he concluded.

This Sunday (04), the celebrations continue in the Tapera community and tomorrow in the Caraíbas do Norte community.

Collaboration: Vando Clepi

The article is in Portuguese

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