Monday, October 17, 2016

Tremblay : new attack at the lycée Hélène-Boucher – Le Parisien

Ils oscillate between resignation and anger… Monday noon, only a few students had not yet had wind of the attack, which occurred in the early morning at the lycée professionnel Hélène-Boucher, Tremblay-en-France, where their head was wounded. The third in 15 days. “We will still miss of course he will have to catch up ! “sighs Samuel, schooled in the 1re His comrade William, he seems more relaxed :” We’re beginning to get used to it now. Last year, it was the same. There are often rumors that circulate in the sideboard. People who say : It seems thatit’s going to heat up this week. But we do not worry too much, because until now nobody has taken the students. “

If the 6 October clashes were limited to the square of the institution, on Monday morning, several dozen individuals have managed to mess up the interior of the building. Four incendiary devices were thrown at the gates. “A Molotov cocktail landed in the school premises,” says a police source. Eight mortars were thrown on the security forces. The principal output to be explained with the troublemakers, was assaulted by four individuals. Wounded in the face, she has been evacuated by the emergency services to the hospital Robert-Ballanger d’aulnay-Villepinte exhibition centre, with the guardian of the building in a state of shock. “We are here to teach, not to risk our lives, is concerned about a teacher who worked here for several years. The worst thing is that these attackers are coming just to fight, without any claims. “

on Monday, a cell medico-psychological has been put in place for the students and the teaching team. “It would require that there be a vigil, which is present in front of the entry to secure the premises, complete a teacher of history and French, which claims to have seen high school students participate in the skirmishes at the beginning of October. These acts require a true judicial response, they can not go unpunished. The other day, a student raised his fist in victory when I discussed the problem in class. “The team requires additional resources to manage the establishment :” as a vocational school, welcomes students to the more difficult, which come from the colleges of REP (editor’s NOTE : Network of priority Education) in the sector, but our high school, to him, is not of that ranking. “

on Monday evening, the rectorat de Créteil — who has strongly condemned the assault in a press release did not specify if the courses will resume this Tuesday morning. The teachers, themselves, have planned to meet on Tuesday to discuss the follow-up to the events. A local council of security and prevention of delinquency (CSLPD), convened last week, should also take place this week. “It will bring together all the parties affected by these attacks : the local authorities, the teaching team, the forces of order… “, explains the mayor of the commune, François Asensi (FDG), which is made to Hélène-Boucher Monday morning. The rector, himself, has deployed a mobile team of on-site security, which will still be there on Tuesday. The investigation was entrusted to the departmental Safety. Monday evening, no one had been arrested. Two miners had, however, been put under investigation following the attack of 6 October. They have since received a measure of compensation.

The teacher unions are calling for a special plan for education in the 93

Two unions-teachers — SNES-FSU 93 and CGT Educ’Action 93 — has published an article, Monday, to demand ” a plan for the development of education in Seine-Saint-Denis “. “The incidents have multiplied since the beginning of the year in the schools. There has been Hélène-Boucher Tremblay, but also in the colleges of Enna and Suger at Saint-Denis… details Mathieu Logothetis, departmental secretary of the SNES-FSU. It is difficult not to see the report with the lack of resources that affects the department of Seine-Saint-Denis. It is necessary to strengthen the education teams at both the level of teachers, CPE, supervisors or social workers to take charge of the students. “


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