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Sarre, over 700 signatures to save the Chesallet kindergarten

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The Save the School Committee has launched the online petition to prevent the closure of the complex

SARRE. The online petition against the closure of the Chesallet kindergarten in Sarre has so far exceeded 700 adhesions in a few days.

The initiative is by the Committee Save the Kindergarten of Chesallet which considers the closure of the recently renovated complex “very senseless” and disrespectful towards families and children “as they have allowed them to register and then not be accepted “.

The school problem is the same one that led to the closure of the primary school in the same hamlet a few years ago: there are few pupils. The second most populated municipality in the Aosta Valley will activate five sections of the kindergarten for about one hundred students in the 2021/2022 school year. The studied breakdown of the school authorities foresees two active sections in the capital, two in Montan and the remaining one in Chesallet. The latter school, however, underlines the Committee, is the one “with the highest enrollment, specifically Chesallet 31 children, Montan 27 and Sarre, the capital 30”.

According to the promoters of the collection of signatures “this is only the first step towards the definitive closure” in the school year 2022/2023 of the school considered “of excellence” for the quality of teaching and for the involvement of the territory with the school garden to which the grandparents and the collaboration with the Sarre farms participate.

“Closing a school in this period of health emergency, which has hit the whole world hard, therefore seems senseless. A decision – concludes the committee – that would not seem to take into account the well-being of future generations and look at the quality of a truly efficient service. Not to mention the public funds invested “.

Clara Rossi

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