Over 660,000 students, parents and staff will return to school Monday.
This year classes resume completely in school.
Classes were suspended after the pandemic first hit the state in March 2020.
Last year, classes partly returned to schools once COVID-19 cases went down.
State Secretary of Public Education Gerardo Solis said this time the return to school requires the active participation of parents, students, staff, teachers, and authorities.
Sec. Solis said at the national level education authorities signed the so-called Declaration of Puebla that provides programs to reach the principles of inclusive learning.
The plan includes more flexibility for student registration, testing, promotion and grading for those who were unable to attend classes in school.
Also the authorities will provide more scholarships, school supplies and uniforms. Sec. Solis said about 32,000 teachers will return to the over 3,800 schools statewide.