Artemisa, Cuba - At Julio Antonio Mella Elementary School in San Antonio de los Baños, work is being done to develop positive habits and behaviors for the protection of the environment.
The director of the educational institution, Yunelainez Hernández del Río, explained that environmental education issues are planned in the programs and curricula of the different grades and subjects, so that their implementation is present from the planning system to The methodological work system. The fundamental link is the class.
''With the aim of developing positive behaviors for the protection of the environment, extracurricular activities are essential, hence the link between the school and other institutions such as the Ranger Corps, the Culture House, and the Marti Forest through educational projects and circles of interest,'' Hernández del Río pointed out.
The director referred to several actions of the Tarea Vida program, including the sanitation of the school environment and the saving of natural resources, because although San Antonio de los Baños has no coasts, it has the Ariguanabo River and its environment to be protected.
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