On May 14, the municipal president of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Carlos Morales Vázquez, led the celebration of Teacher’s Day in a special event that was attended by the director general of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), Master Zoé Robledo.
More than 400 teachers from preschool to high school in the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez gathered, where the invaluable work of teachers in the formation of responsible citizens committed to their environment was recognized.
During his speech, Mayor Carlos Morales Vázquez emphasized the importance of the work of teachers for the development of society and the construction of a prosperous future for the city. Likewise, he highlighted the municipal government’s commitment to education, highlighting the recent delivery of resources in the amount of $25,000 pesos to 250 public schools in Tuxtla Gutiérrez. These resources will be used by directors and parent committees to carry out improvements that allow each educational center to be certified as environmentally friendly.
For her part, Zoé Robledo, General Director of the IMSS, congratulated the teachers present for their hard work and dedication in training the new generations. Robledo recognized that teachers play a fundamental role as promoters of public health, since through their work they teach children basic health and hygiene topics, thus contributing to the integral well-being of society.
The event was enlivened by marimba musicians, who filled the festive atmosphere with joy and enthusiasm with their musical talent. The teachers present thanked the officials for attending the event and, in turn, recognized the efforts of the municipal government of Tuxtla Gutiérrez in the development of the city and in improving the services offered by the Mexican Institute of Social Security.*100010 *
The municipal president, Carlos Morales Vázquez, and the director of the IMSS, Zoé Robledo, reaffirmed their commitment to work hand in hand for the benefit of education and the health of the population, recognizing the importance of both sectors for comprehensive development from the community