Offers Tlalpan mayor's office free summer course for children and adolescents
The Tlalpan mayor's office prepares a summer course for the vacation period as part of the social action “Tlalpan: Summer in Grande” that seeks to contribute to the development of social and cognitive skills of girls, boys and adolescents, through sports, leisure, cultural and recreational activities.
Tlalpan: Big Summer It will take place from July 31 to August 18 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Solidaridad and Villa Olímpica sports facilities aimed at children between the ages of 6 and 14 years and 11 months of age who live in the demarcation or that they study within a public primary or secondary school located in Tlalpan.
Registration will be from July 24 to 28 and it will be necessary for their mothers, fathers or people responsible for upbringing to attend either of the two venues: Deportivo Solidaridad, located at km 7.5 on the Picacho-Ajusco highway, Chimilli neighborhood and Deportivo Villa Olympic, located in av. Insurgentes Sur s/n, Parques del Pedregal neighborhood, with the requirements mentioned in the call that you can find on the page of the mayor's office.
The mayoress of Tlalpan, Alpha Gonzalez Magellan, He highlighted the importance of this type of space during the summer holidays, since many working mothers and fathers have no one to leave their children with during this period.
He explained that this social action will support working families as well as provide children and adolescents with a space that promotes peaceful coexistence among peers, socialization, and the transmission, through play, of values of respect and teamwork. .
Finally, González Magallanes invited the inhabitants of Tlalpan, but especially those who cannot take care of their minors during these holidays due to work reasons, since the hours are similar to those of the schools, so they can be sure that their children will be in recreational activities during these vacations.
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