This Month’s Sayulita life $5,000 peso donation goes to the Damian Carmona Primary School, Sayulita's public school.
Who is the donation intended for?
I think the answer would be for the children of Sayulita and for the teachers of this school. At the primary school, there is a building made up of two rooms that have already been constructed, with three more rooms currently under construction. This space has been designated as the teacher's house, providing a place for anyone who comes to provide educational services to the community to stay. By providing this accommodation, the school is demonstrating its commitment to supporting its teachers and ensuring that they have a comfortable place to stay while they serve the community.
What is the organization and what do they do?
We are the Damian Carmona Primary School, we are a Mexican Government School that teaches children between 6 and 12 years old. We teach them to read, comprehension, elementary mathematics, geography, history, values, ethics, and more skills that children require.
How long have you been around?
We have been around since 1986, and each principal has contributed something to the teacher's house. The most recent thing we have done is the construction of two more rooms and bathrooms.
What will the money be used for?
We want to continue with the project of adapting the house to make it habitable for the teachers. We will use the money to lay a concrete floor and some cement bases as bunk beds since it is currently dirt and there is nowhere to put the mattresses.
Where can people donate?
Directly at the primary school, we are here 5 days a week. People can donate construction materials, doors, and mattresses, and also offer labor to help pour the roof or floor.
Anything else to add?
We would like to thank everyone in the Sayulita community for the tremendous support they give to the primary school. With these resources, we continue to advance in creating a space for teachers. Also, know that the primary school doors will always be open to those proposals in favor of the students.