Close-up on Clair Saint-Maximim primary school

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Housing 19 classes to accommodate more than 300 students, Clair Saint-Maximim elementary school in Quartier d'Orléans was relatively spared from the horrors of the hurricane. It is in this primary school that Prime Minister Philippe Edouard and his ministerial delegation marked their return to school on November 6, 2017, after emergency work on protective measures had been carried out by the Community.

And throughout the 2017-2018 school year, renovations to the establishment took place. In January, the fence was repaired, then in February it was the aluminum joinery of the doors and windows that were repaired. The roof, which was relatively little damaged compared to certain other establishments, was restored and work was completed in May. There is still exterior painting of the buildings as well as embellishment work to be carried out during the two summer months, and the Clair Saint-Maximim school will be ready by September 3 to welcome the 300 students who are there. registered.

For this school, the Collectivity has committed a budget of more than 47 euros out of the 000 million spent on repairing all of the schools in Saint-Martin.

To remember

Amount of work undertaken: 47 euros (out of the 218 million committed for the work of 9.5 schools).

Beginning of the roadworks : During the 2017-2018 school year

End of the works : last week of August 2018

Main works: Fence, roof, aluminum joinery for doors and windows.

New sectorization

From the start of the 2018 school year, and given the new configuration of primary schools, a new sector was recently adopted by the Executive Council. This decision arises from the need to ensure security, to guarantee the working conditions of members of the school community, while ensuring that the accommodation capacity of school premises is adequate and being vigilant that the adapting school sectors does not weaken the schools concerned, nor does it disrupt family arrangements.

Clair Saint-Maximim primary school located in Quartier d'Orléans will welcome students residing at Belles Orientales in Quartier d'Orléans: Baie Orientale, Quartier d'Orléans (Rue de Saint-Georges, rue Delphin Gumbs, residence Farley, residence les Hirondelles, les Palmeraies residence, rue de GummeCellen, impasse du Moho, rue PricklePear, rue du Coton, residence Belles Orientales, rue Bloomingdale, rue Chic Chic, rue Belle Plaine).

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