Caltanissetta, Bruzzaniti (FdI): “The Gambino administration ‘harms’ the school, amplifies the problems instead of solving them” – il Fatto Nisseno

Gianluca Bruzzaniti, city councilor for the Brothers of Italy, chair of the V commission, shoots in a press release on zero against the Gambino administration. According to Bruzzaniti, the current council would not take due account of any problems that emerged from a consultation of school leaders, schools with reference to the Vittorio Veneto Institute and to the San Giusto complex.

Here is the full content of Bruzzaniti’s authorship.

Last June 7, the undersigned, Chairman of the V Council Commission, met with delegation to the school together with the members of the same commission Rector of the Vittorio Veneto Institute, Prof. Laura Zurli together with the Director of the same. institute Sergio Averna, to discuss the problems of the San Giusto complex, at the head of the aforementioned institute.

The guests made an excursion of what has happened in recent years, and announced that in 2015, the date of the establishment of CPIA, which did not have the same premises, it was agreed with the municipality to grant the use of 4 rooms in second in a year plans to allow the CPIA to start its own business. To do this, the school had to abandon a local refectory, the video projection room and children’s psychomotor skills, the teachers’ room and combine two laboratories into one. Originally the high school was on the second floor, but considering the mix of children aged 10 to 13 with adults from the CPIA aged 16 and over and over 50 (90% foreigners) and after several thefts committed (of which there are regular complaints) , during the pedagogical suspension of the activities in the evening hours of the department, it was forced to move the high school classes to the ground floor (same corridor as the childhood students). On the second floor, an aluminum barrier was erected and an alarm system installed to guarantee people and things. and n. 3 laboratories in use (due to lack of premises) in both primary and secondary schools.

In 2018, CPIA was allocated other premises in the Capuana complex.

Persistence in this situation has been exacerbated in the last few years by the pandemic, as students, in the face of a request for greater distance between students, not having rooms available to allow activities with small groups, were forced not to be able to to carry out laboratory activities necessary in the afternoon, given that the teaching day is 8 hours per day. The insufficient lack of local eateries forces the institute to perform two canteen guards with enormous inconvenience as the meal arrives packed from another plexus and before it is distributed to the second shift, it takes an average of 3 hours from preparation.

The councilors agreed with the Comprehensive Institute on the need to ensure a safe, complete and correct education that would allow students aged 3 to 13 years to live and study peacefully and with the tools and facilities suitable for their human growth . CPIA guarantees its own premises with destination that is up to the respect and appreciation of all people and the important role it represents in the city, as desired by Director Averna.

Today, the municipal administration and with great fanfare communicates to the citizens that it has decided to move CIPIA from the Capuana Institute’s premises to the School of Santa Flavia, and integrate the missing spaces with other classrooms that will be pulled from the San Giusto complex.

In the midst of all this confusion and various removals, the administration, which always claims to be aware of the needs of the city, shows total disinterest in the city and its children and ignores the organizational and security needs expressed by the management. San Giusto complex. .

The story seems even more absurd if we take into account that in addition to the enormous problems that would last at the San Giusto Institute, CIPIA would also continue to be torn between different structures, complicating its life from an organizational point of view and depriving it of its structural identity. .

Perhaps the mayor and city councilors do not know that some classrooms at the Santa Flavia Institute are used by a private gym (and we should understand under what agreements and contracts) and that they could be used to allocate an entire floor to CIPIA, solve the problems for the children of San Giusto, restore dignity to CIPIA, and above all without causing difficulties for Santa Flavia, as an entire floor would be used, completely separate from the school.

Alternatively, one could and could still evaluate the structure of the old Vittorio Emanuele Hospital, for which the council had already approved the relocation of the university, or even evaluate the premises of the former medical canal at Angels.

But perhaps all this would be too simple for an administration that instead prefers to emphasize the problems and then tell the city about the huge sacrifices that have been made to solve them.

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