Langon: the Sud-Gironde Business School has a new principal

Langon: the Sud-Gironde Business School has a new principal

Nathalie de La Rochebrochard, Deputy Manager, Nasser Menni, Deputy Principal and David Vanderplancke, Principal of the Sud-Gironde Vocational High School in Langon. (© The South-Gironde Republican)

Sud-Gironde will change high school Langon (Gironde), which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, welcomes a new director, David Vanderplancke. The former director, Philippe Felber, has retired.

Summer 2022 full of events

David Vanderplancke until then, he was the director of the Manon-Cormier college in Bassens in the Gironde. Previously, he was the deputy director of the hotel school, incl Morlaas (Pyrenees-Atlantic) and Bois de Luchon (Haute-Garonne).

The arrival at the Sud-Gironde Vocational High School this summer proved to be eventful with the Landiras fires and the accommodation of firefighters.

David VanderplanckePrincipal of Sud-Gironde High School of Business

The director also thanks the agents who welcomed the firefighters to the hostels. “Lycée Sud-Gironde is a human-sized structure that combines sought-after vocational training and offers students every chance for rapid professional integration,” adds David Vanderplancke.

Nasser Menni is the new deputy director. “Previously,” he says, “I was vice-principal at Jean-Zay College v Cenon. I am very happy to return to vocational school, where academic ambitions are always my priority. »

Nathalie de La Rochebrochard is assistant manager. He is from Jean-Renou High School La Reola where she was in an accounting agency.

“We have all the teachers for this start of the school year,” says the principal Marie-Christine Hebrardthe inspector of the academy, came with the deputy Sophie Mettemeet the new team on September 7, 2022.

Marie-Christine Hébrard and Deputy Sophie Mette in the dovecote that the students are building in the carpentry workshop for the town of Langon
Marie-Christine Hébrard and Deputy Sophie Mette in the dovecote that the students are building in the carpentry workshop for the town of Langon (© Republican South Gironde)

It welcomed 370 students

The office welcomes 370 students and around forty teachers. David Vanderplancke evokes the dilapidation of some workshops and the problem with the roof after storms. “We are working with the region to renovate the technical platform,” explains Sébastien Theux, deputy director for professional and technological training.

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