Metrotenerife and Clece deliver the awards of Tales Children Contest ‘El Camino de Don Tapón’

Metrotenerife and Clece, through their Corporate Social Responsibility Plans, have delivered the awards of the Tales Children Contest ‘El Camino de Don Tapón’. The winner story was presented by the classroom 4ºC of the Dominicas Vistabella School.

This contest has been created by Metrotenerife and Clece with the goal to promote the recycling of plastic caps to support social and environmental actions. A total of 368 children of 4º Primary, from 9 schools, took part in this first edition.

The vice-president of the Island Government, Efraín Medina; the manager-director, Andrés Muñoz de Dios; the provincial director of Clece, Luis Cruz; and the director of the Canary Agency of the Quality University, Teresa Acosta, rewarded the children.

Autoridades, junto a alumnos premiados, en las escaleras interiores del Cabildo de Tenerife.

The imagination and the creativity of the winning classroom, 4ºC Dominicas Vistabella, integrated by 29 pupils, got a printer 3D and an others presents for each child.

The contest received the stories of 15 classrooms of 4º Primary of the schools Hispano Británico, Práctias Aneja, Salesianos San Juan Bosco, Ramiro Maeztu, Dominicas-Vistabella, Cardonal I and Buenaventura Bonnet. Students and representatives of these schools got a diploma for their participation in the Tales Children Contest ‘El Camino de Don Tapón’.

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