Great success of the “open days” at Jean-Baylet secondary school

Great success of the “open days” at Jean-Baylet secondary school

Every year at the same time, the Jean-Baylet secondary school, in Valence-d’Agen (Tarn-et-Garonne), opens its doors. The opportunity to highlight the educational achievements of the establishment.

This special morning at the Jean-Baylet secondary school (Tarn-et-Garonne) is intended to receive prospective students, usually accompanied by their parents, with the aim of getting to know the establishment. This is no longer a surprise, the reputation is well established, the teaching and guidance are of high quality and the end-of-year results are always there to confirm this in all categories, both on the general side and on the professional side. Saturday, March 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., director Jean-Luc Cabanes and all his administrative and educational teams were on deck to receive their visitors for the day.

More than 150 families have registered

The first observation this time was again the number of visitors who passed through the doors of the Valencian secondary school. More than 150 families were registered, an increase in the number of attendees compared to previous years. Upon arrival, they were met by their guides who showed them around the various important places: classes, workshops, foyer, conference room, restaurant. Prospective students could, of their choice, discover all professional and technological sectors and meet teachers of general subjects, as well as those involved in BTS. This year, at the beginning of the school year, there were 650 students, and next school year this number should be even higher. As every year, the President of the Community of Municipalities of Deux-Rives and Mayor of Valence-d’Agen, Jean-Michel Baylet, came for his usual visit accompanied by his first assistant and departmental advisor, Christiane Le Corre, and the regional vice president in charge of training, Marie Castro. During this informative visit, the elected officials had the opportunity to exchange views with the Head of the Establishment on the functioning, objectives and results already achieved, and the Head of the Establishment informed his visitors that a trip to Slovenia should take place, with a group of students.

Will secondary schools soon be self-sufficient in energy?

During a workshop they were able to meet a professor who presented them with a study that will currently last two years, into the possibility of making secondary school autonomous on their own. The vice president of the region did not hesitate to acquaint himself with the wishes of the establishment. We then wait in the car workshop for the first fully electric vehicle to start working on it. In the logistics workshop, the group of elected officials was able to witness and appreciate a demonstration by a student driver.
A team of firefighters from the rescue center was present on the grounds of the high school for a rescue exercise that was not on the agenda, but which visitors could discover.

A fire drill on the sidelines of the “open days”.

During this official visit, elected officials were able to appreciate the hard work of the high school leadership team and its goals.

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