A new nursery school in Botricello receives funding of 576 thousand euros


By John

New important financing obtained from the Municipal Administration of Botricello. The Ministry of Education and Merit has approved the project proposed by this majority for the construction of a new nursery school. The financed amount is equal to 576,000 euros for a modern and cutting-edge structure. The Municipal Administration itself has already identified the area that will allow the creation of a real school centre, since it allows the new nursery school already under construction to be placed alongside the nursery.
Botricello is therefore among the Italian Municipalities that have joined the Plan for nursery schools wanted by the Government with the aim of improving the educational offer from early childhood, offering concrete help to families, encouraging the participation of women in labor market and the reconciliation of family and professional life.
“We are proud to have achieved yet another great result – stated the Mayor Saverio Simone Puccio – taking into account that in just two years we have reached very important levels. We respond to street controversies with concrete facts because we know that Botricello needs serenity and safe driving, without having to give in to the temptations of political conflict as an end in itself. The creation of two new schools is part of a very broad program – added Puccio – because it allows us to look to the future with greater confidence, both for the quality of services for families and for the growth of the children to whom we are dedicating continuous attention as demonstrated by the passion with which the councilor delegated for Education works Paola Catrambone”.
The majority expressed words of “appreciation towards the Municipal Technical Office and the Office that follows the Pnrr projects, led respectively by the architect Salvatore Aiello and to the doctor Antonio Scumaciwhile particular praise goes to the engineer Francesco Mercurio which directly takes care of all procedures connected to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan”.