‘With Covid schedules at home at 21’, students protest in Rome – Chronicle

(ANSA) – ROME, SEPTEMBER 29 – More than Dad could Covid timetables. And so a group of students from a Roman institute protested because with shifts to ensure safety “we are home at 9 pm and we can’t study”. For this reason, the students of the Farnesina high school protested this morning in front of the institute’s headquarters in via dei Giuochi Istmici. The “peaceful” demonstration of some of the pupils, motivated by the disapproval of the timetables imposed by the anti-Covid plan, was also supported by the parents who sent a letter to the head teacher: “The timetables to date defined, albeit provisional, generate further difficulties, further undermining the quality of the study. Our high school is one of the only two musical realities in Rome and for this reason it gathers a catchment area with origins from different areas of Rome and its province “, explained mothers and fathers. In short, the shifts worse than the father. (HANDLE).