(Sherbrooke) There are over mezzanine to the School Board in Region-de-Sherbrooke (CSRS). “Everything is dismantled,” confirmed the director of the communications department at La Tribune, Diane Blais.
“It ended late Monday afternoon. Everything went well, “she mentioned.
It indicates that a committee was set up. This could include making suggestions on reading corner amenities and focus on good practice in reading.
CSRS had 17 mezzanines in eight schools in its territory.
Yves Nadon, who was the instigator of these developments in primary school Our Lady of the Rosary there are about ten years, however, knew that the facilities at Our Lady of the Rosary had been defeated; He said Wednesday that the operation was completed. He wondered aloud about the relevance of creating such a committee as proposed by the school board.
“I find it patronizing,” he says pointing out that teachers are able to develop their own reading corner for students. “I do not see what this committee can bring to teachers. ”
The demolition occurred despite the mobilization launched in this folder.
The member for Sherbrooke and Minister responsible for the Estrie region, Luc Fortin, had claimed that the mezzanines should indeed be demolished despite calls to protest, and in the name of child safety. CSRS had reported being forced to dismantle the installations following the analysis made by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ).
Mr. Nadon approached a firm of architects to see if improvements are possible at Our Lady of the Rosary. “The firm is looking at whether it can meet the standards of the Régie (du bâtiment) current. “The retired teacher should know a little more in a few weeks. The fact that this primary school has high ceilings could help to meet the standards, but all this must be investigated.
“I do not see how we could help schools that do not have high enough ceilings. ”
Yves Nadon shared on his Facebook page the demolition of the mezzanine of Our Lady of the Rosary. Many reviews have blended.
“I do not know what to add to this debate. Sad what. A bequest destroyed. At least they do not touch the books left (…) “he commented on his page.
“Hopefully now the support of Alexandre Cloutier used to relax some rules to rebuild again. This is what I want us. ”
Recall that Mr. Nadon has recently received support from Alexandre Cloutier, candidate for the leadership of the Parti Quebecois and MP for Lac-St-Jean.