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In 2023, Corpus Friday will again be a holiday for Granada

The City Council of Granada is able to convince the Education delegation of Junta de Andalucia that they will allow the Provincial School Council to decide whether the municipalities can choose one of the non-school day(s) within the school calendar.

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In 2023, Corpus Friday will again be a holiday for Granada

The City Council of Granada is able to convince the Education delegation of Junta de Andalucia that they will allow the Provincial School Council to decide whether the municipalities can choose one of the non-school day(s) within the school calendar. This agreement allows the Municipal School Council of Granada to declare a non school day for the 2022-2023 school years on the Friday following the Corpus Christi holiday. It will take effect next year, June 9. This agreement was unanimously approved at a meeting held at the Granada City Council June 28.

Jacobo Calvo, the spokesperson for the government team, and Councilor for Education at the Granada City Council announced the announcement. He explained that the agreement with the Municipal School Council came after the "demand" made before the Education delegation from the Junta de Andalucia by the municipal government team so that "the municipalities could decide a holiday within their school calendar."

After a request from the City Council of Granada for approval, the Municipal School Council approved it once. It was discussed in the Provincial School Council, held in recent times in the Education delegation of Granada. According to Calvo Ramos statements, "the same lined up in support of the City Council's demand and supported it."

Calvo Ramos recalled in this context that the regional government was "responsible" for last Corpus Christi's children not going to school on Friday after the big Day of Our Corpus Christi. He explained that the government team sent a proposal asking the Education delegation of Andalusian Government for the possibility that non-school days could be decided by the towns councils.

Calvo expressed satisfaction that "we had finally been able reverse the situation created by the Junta de Andalucia which forced last Friday after Corpus this school year to be this school school year. So fortunately, we can announce that that we have managed that day as a holiday so that Granada schoolchildren won't have to go to school and will be able to enjoy our festivities, our traditions>>.

He also mentioned the fact that the agreement is in response to a demand from families as well as from educational centers, who have always maintained their disbelief and disagreement over the decision taken by the Junta de Andalucia during the academic year just ended. conclude".

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