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Sport 94 establishments affected by Covid-19 in Seine-Saint-Denis

17:00  17 september  2020
17:00  17 september  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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In Seine-Saint-Denis, as everywhere in France, the Covid-19 epidemic continues to spread to schools. While the Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, announced on Wednesday that 81 schools and a little more than 2,100 classes were closed throughout France, 94 establishments are affected by at least one case of Covid-19 in Seine-Saint-Denis, according to the latest figures transmitted Wednesday evening by the Regional Health Agency (ARS).

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On the scale of Ile-de-France, this number climbs to 778 establishments. The rectorate of Créteil (Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne, Seine-et-Marne) has, for its part, not communicated on the subject for the moment. "Globally at primary school, each case gives rise to a class closure", details the Regional Health Agency, which specifies that Seine-Saint-Denis has "to date no school closed by decision of the ARS ”.

The Foch school in Villemomble, the Jacques-Brel high school in La Courneuve, the Descartes nursery school in Saint-Denis or Jean-Perrin in Aubervilliers, the international high school in eastern Paris in Noisy-le-Grand, the high school Condorcet in Montreuil and Jean-Rostand in Villepinte… Everywhere, cases are multiplying affecting both students, local government officials and teachers.

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And the sling climbs among the latter. This Wednesday, professors from the Henri-Barbusse college in Saint-Denis filed a right of withdrawal to denounce the "late information to all staff of a second case of Covid-19" within the establishment. A few days earlier, their colleagues from the Paul-Eluard high school in Saint-Denis had done the same.

“Several students have tested positive since the end of last week. The comrades of their class were not put in fortnight, the courses continue to take place without the ARS taking the slightest preventive measure, ”they wrote on Sunday, September 13.

Tuesday evening, a rally was also organized by teachers from Elsa-Triolet college in Saint-Denis in front of the town hall to ask for the hiring of school nurses in their city and the department.

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“We can see that there is a multiplication of cases everywhere, but that a part is sometimes hidden from the teams. At Henri-Barbusse college, the establishment was informed on Monday, September 7 of the contamination of a student, but the entire team was not alerted until the following Friday, ”deplores Grégory Thuizat, departmental co-secretary of the Snes-FSU teachers' union. “The academic management is under water and is ultimately managing the cases of Covid-19 as best it can. The ministry did not anticipate the start of the school year. It's as if the months of May and June had been useless, ”continues this union representative.

“For the moment, there has not yet been a particularly important cluster, remarks Anne Pieter, co-president of the federation of parents of students FCPE 93. Few establishments have closed, we have rather seen classes or groups of students confined. What worries us precisely is that we have the impression that the National Education has not prepared to manage these small periods of distance from school, which only affect some of the students but that may be repeated for some, creating inequity. We also know that these confinements will pose problems in the organization of the baccalaureate exams in continuous assessment, but here too the National Education seems to have not anticipated anything. "

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