Inefi brings the Caribbean Series to schools on giant screens

The National Institute of Physical Education (Inefi) is bringing to schools the games of the Dominican Republic team in the Caribbean Series 2024 being held at LoanDepot Park Stadium in Miami, with the installation of giant screens for students and the community to enjoy the games.

The initiative is being carried out at the Mauricio Baez Educational Center for the Arts (Villa Juana), the Polytechnic Institute Angeles Custodios (Cristo Rey), the Santo Cura de Ars Educational Center (Ensanche Luperon) and the La Salle School (La Esperilla).

At the Mauricio Baez Arts Education Center, the students were able to share and comment on Tuesday’s game with the experienced sports narrator, Orlando Mendez, as part of the activity, in a transmission booth installed in the center.

In that tenor, the executive director of the National Institute of Physical Education, Alberto Rodríguez Mella, highlighted that with initiatives like this, promoted by Inefi and the Minerd, it is sought to encourage in children and young people the love for sports.

“Inefi has done something that will remain in history. We have brought giant screens so that the students, in their schools, can enjoy the Caribbean Series, support the Dominican team and be commentators of the game.”

The presentations are also attended by community members from the areas where the four schools of this city are located.


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