School: Green pass for parents? At Regina Elena (Rome) it is resolved with ‘islands’ on the road surface

School: Green pass for parents? At Regina Elena (Rome) it is resolved with ‘islands’ on the road surface
School: Green pass for parents? At Regina Elena (Rome) it is resolved with ‘islands’ on the road surface

Rome, 13 Sept. (Adnkronos) – First day of school for the comprehensive Regina Elena Institute in the capital which hosts children from infancy to middle school, the latter at the Buonarrotti school. Staggered hours starting from 8, with the first entrances, to finish at 9, a range dedicated to children and a trick that seems to avoid the complications deriving from the obligation to present the green pass for parents, in particular those of small children: islands drawn on the road surface of via Puglie, from which you enter the two schools, with indicated year and section of the classes on which to have children and families.
“We are fortunate to have the pedestrian area after years of battle – comments a security teacher – At the entrance, the parents will lead the children into the space drawn on the ground and dedicated to the class they belong to. At the exit, however, the teachers will accompany the children to the island. So we will not have to ask anyone for the green pass except those who need to enter the school buildings “. The teacher concludes: “Whoever does not have the pedestrian area, I really have no idea how he does it”.


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