The primary school teachers from the Commission scolaire des navigateurs will not be back to school as planned on Monday because of a problem with the supply of disinfection equipment.
The return to work of these is compromised by the lack of stations of disinfection, which could not be installed in all the establishments located south of Quebec city. The measure relates to more than 1200 teachers of 52 schools of the Commission scolaire des navigateurs, distributed on the South Shore of Quebec city.
These teachers were originally scheduled to return to their classrooms from 4 may to prepare for the return of their students on the 11th of may next.
The education Union of the Two Shores is concerned about the lack of time that they will have holders to return to their classes before the arrival of the students. “In some cases, it could be that it is tight because you’re in a reentry unusual”, shows its president, Martin Hogue.