Violence Exasperated by the repetition of the incidents, the teachers of the Roberts Doisneau high school in Vaulx-en-Velin exercised their right of withdrawal on Tuesday
A smoke bomb was thrown into a classroom of a Vaux-en-Velin high school (illustration) — James Marsh/BPI/Shutter/SIPA
On Monday, “a new incident” took place at Lycée Robert Doisneau, at Vaulx-en-Velin (Rhône). Around 2 p.m., when classes were about to resume, a smoke bomb was released. on to the entrance to a classroom. The fire alarm has gone off. The establishment had to to be evacuated.
“The victimized pupils were deeply shocked,” staff members said on Tuesday. The teacher, who was in the room, was injured. Hospitalized, she was prescribed 10 days of ITT, they add.
Several complaints have been received. deposited. “Following this new endangerment of students and their teachers – the second in less than a week -” to exercise their right of withdrawal, considering that “the security conditions were no longer reunited.” They also asked; that a representative of the academic management go there to meet them and “take stock of the problem on the ground.” In return, the rectorate invited them to an appointment on Wednesday at; 7 p.m.