Parents Motivated Against Class Removal


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Parents Motivated Against Class Removal
"Mother, will she be there, mistress this morning?" "No, but she may come back!" A dialogue reported by a mother who has just taken her daughter to the Jules Verne school. Friday is 9 am and the children are joining the three classes for the last time. In the premises of the one that has just been suppressed, the children are taken in charge by the school psychologist and a specialized nursery school agent (Atsem).

Everything seems normal and yet the decision to close a Jules-Verne Kindergarten class is official. During the day, the 62 children will be divided into two classes, with 31 children in each.

Outside, the parents continue to sign the petition requesting the continuation of the three classes scheduled for June: a hundred signatures for now. "Beyond the administrative count and the numbers, it is a human drama for this experienced teacher and her students," emphasizes the collective of parents. "It was in tears that she had to make her boxes, Thursday night," says a mother.

Thursday was marked by a strong mobilization of parents and even former parents of the Jules-Verne school. Like Laurent, some took their leave to be present. Others settled in teleworking in front of the school site. A meeting with the local representatives, Antoine Chéreau and Emmanuel Humeau, first deputy, took place during the day, to solve the problem of employment of the Atsem: "If a class disappears, the treatment of children remains the same written about in! "The school's occupation continued with an evening information meeting, which ended at 11.30 pm Some parents slept in the school premises.

Parents will remain mobilized in front of the school throughout the weekend. They will take advantage of local events to raise public awareness and publicize their mobilization. The Parents' Collective will also meet with the Academic Director on Monday, September 9, at 11:30 am, under the aegis of the Federation of Parent Councils (FCPE).