Since last November 10, activities corresponding to Educator’s Day have been held in Santiago de Cuba, scheduled here until January 15, 2024.
The celebrations began in the Physical Culture and Sports sector, between the 10th and 21st of last month, and continued, from November 22 to December 22, in the groups of the Ministries of Education (MINED) and Higher Education (MES) .
The third and final stage of entertainment actions from December 23 to January 15 next year, is dedicated to the staff working in the institutions of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA).
Among the most important things that have happened so far are the delivery of incentives to outstanding workers in education and sports centers, as well as voluntary work in agricultural areas.
But they still intend to hold larger events such as the provincial event for Educator’s Day, scheduled for December 20 at the emblematic theater of Heredia in the City of Santiago de Cuba.
For this gala, the awarding of the highest distinctions given by the National Union of Education, Science and Sports (SNTECD) to those who dedicate themselves to the noble mission of teaching and doing science is planned: the Rafael medal María de Mendive. Juan Tomás Roig difference, respectively.
According to details from Mairelis Reyes Montes De Oca, general secretary of the provincial committee of SNTECD in Santiago de Cuba, in each of the nine municipalities of the province and in the centers of different levels of education there are opportunities of encouragement and celebration, with tones special to Palma Soriano, Second and Third Front, territories most important to the work of the union.
In the context of the Day of celebrations held by SNTECD, the leader announced that the National Center for Applied Electromagnetism (CNEA), attached to the University of Oriente, will receive the 85th anniversary Flag of the Central Workers of Cuba for greatness . province results.
The Cuba-Vietnam Special Education School also stands out for its work, which in just a few years since it was established has shown remarkable work.
In Santiago de Cuba, more than 48 thousand members are part of SNTECD, a union committed to finding alternatives that increase the job satisfaction of its members.
By: Abraham Enrique Mesa Berroa (Journalism Student)