Sport: Decrease in heating: A Norman commune will offer polaries to schoolchildren

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Des enfants arrivent pour la rentrée des classes, à l'école élémentaire Jules Ferry de la commune à Aytre, le 2 septembre 2019. © Xavier Leoty / AFP of children arrive for the start of the school year, at the Jules Ferry elementary school in the town in Aytre, September 2, 2019.

While France is in the midst of energy crisis, the government called the French to the energy sobriety and to set up ecogestes in place this winter. The objective: to avoid tensions on the supply of gas and electricity and from increases in energy prices . In the commune of Périers of 2000 inhabitants, in the Manche, the recommendations are applied to the letter. The mayor, Gabriel Daube, announced to equip each primary and kindergarten student in his city with a fleece jacket to cope with winter.

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Public lighting, insulation of thermal colanders ... This initiative is part of a series of devices to reduce the energy invoice of the city, " for which we have already started for many years ", specifies the mayor to our colleagues from France Bleu . This year, the town intends to go to " the total extinction of public lighting at 11 p.m. We will lower the heating to 19 degrees. »

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, which is why the municipal council decided to buy a fleece for each student of the schools. He must be able to face " the rigors of the cold ". With 350 students in the town, the mayor of the city had to unlock an envelope of 6000 euros. " Everyone will have their fleece, a bit like the region gives a computer or the department, a dictionary, we give a fleece for each pupil ", continues the mayor.

In addition to the energy sobriety, this measure also aims to provide help to the most disadvantaged, who do not necessarily have the means to equip their children well for the winter. “ It is in our social policy, a bit like we do the canteen at € 1, for example for families who need it. There, we will give a fleece to each student without asking for additional efforts, of course, to the teaching team or to families ”.

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