SchoolsEstela Romero

"Lázaro Cárdenas" Santa Cruz del Tejocote.

SchoolsEstela Romero
"Lázaro Cárdenas" Santa Cruz del Tejocote.

SCHOOL VISIT.-

Families to children living at the small and far away village “Santa Cruz del Tejocote”, attending elementary level, are important farmers on corn and our most high quality potatos, cattle and back-yard animal raising. These families are guarding the highly important forest areas at the back of the Sierra Chincua Sanctuary. For generations, they inherit theor lands from their forefathers, conserve their deep roots on customs and traditions and may even be bilingual belonging to the Mazahua indigenours settlement on this side of the bordering State of México. Their knowledge on pollinators and pollination has been outstanding (The State of México is constantly training their teachers to meet one of the best quality levels in education), and the lesson today has reassured in them the high value of their land and plant and animals species. “Oh, we just cannot imagine living without pollinators; it would be a whole disaster in our world”; “yes!, we knew that bees and hummingbirs and butterflies and wasps were pollinators but we did not know that bats were too!, how exciting!”. “So this means that if pollinators would perish in the future all else animals and plants would be affected?” “Yes, it would unfortunately be so”, —Estela Responded—. And so the talk went and they were fascinated exchanging impressions and different experiences with bees, bee hives at home, bats seen here or there, moths, and hummingbirds kinds living around in their wonderful Oyamel forests. As photos show, this is one of the very few elementaries having a lunch service for children provided by the State. It depends on the State educational authorities, school Principal and teachers, and above all parents (mothers), who should be finally willing to provide their time and will to run the school dining room for cooking for their own children or grand-children at school. School dining rooms have high quality nutritional planning imcluding fruits, pasta, tuna, potatos, milk and all kinds of grains on children’s diet. Lunch costs 4 (four) pesos per child every day and it is served at noon sharp!. Children are happy to be privileged that way since all are able to afford it!.

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