Patio escuela san martin

Comenzó a funcionar en 1947 en una casa particular, y se traslada a su actual ubicación en 1956. En 1960 se crea el Jardín de Infantes, que actualmente funciona en su propio edificio.

Se habilitó un comedor escolar y con los años se construyeron nuevas aulas. Todos los años organiza un "Fogón Criollo" para festejar el Día de la Tradición, con gran concurrencia de público.

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Updated: 07/05/2014


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