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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – On Monday, February 10th the 2014 school year officially begins for Costa Rica and to verify the security, accessibility, staffing, school meals, school transport and other aspects, the Ombudsman has duly appointed officials in different schools.

    According to the Ombudsperson in office, Luis Gerardo Acosta Fallas, it is important to know the needs that students will face in 2014.

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    “These observations will open higher channels of communication with the Ministry of Education in order to initiate close support and follow up with the children’s needs throughout the semester,” Fallas said.

    Furthermore, the Ombudsman will take this initiative to deliver materials to students and parents about safety issues for children, compliance with regulations on selling products in school such as sodas, and information on the institution in general.

    This will be done in the metropolitan area as well as in Liberia, San Carlos, Ciudad Neilly, Perez Zeledon, Puntarenas and Limón.

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    San Jose Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – On Monday, February 10th the 2014 school year officially begins for Costa Rica and to verify the security, accessibility, staffing, school meals, school transport and other aspects, the Ombudsman has duly appointed officials in different schools.

    According to the Ombudsperson in office, Luis Gerardo Acosta Fallas, it is important to know the needs that students will face in 2014.

    “These observations will open higher channels of communication with the Ministry of Education in order to initiate close support and follow up with the children’s needs throughout the semester,” Fallas said.

    Furthermore, the Ombudsman will take this initiative to deliver materials to students and parents about safety issues for children, compliance with regulations on selling products in school such as sodas, and information on the institution in general.

    This will be done in the metropolitan area as well as in Liberia, San Carlos, Ciudad Neilly, Perez Zeledon, Puntarenas and Limón.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose Costa Rica

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