The entrance to the Enaip professional institute in Varese (photo by Fanpage.it)
Just over a week has passed since, last February 5, a teacher from Enaip (the national Acli professional education body) in via Giulio Uberti in Varese was stabbed by one of her students at the school entrance. The 17-year-old, now under investigation for attempted murder, apparently acted after the teacher's request to fail. Just yesterday, February 12th, the other companions would have delivered a box of chocolates and a message of good wishes to Sara Campiglio , still hospitalized in the Circolo hospital. To the spontaneous gesture of her students, the teacher replied: “I have spent a lifetime alongside the children, and when I have recovered I will return to work at school” .
How is the teacher who was stabbed
Yesterday, Monday 12 January, the president of Acli Lombardia, Martino Troncatti, the general director of Enaip Lombardia, Giovanni Colombo and the director of Enaip Varese, Emanuela Frigerio, were at the Circolo hospital to visit Sara Campiglio and to check his health conditions. The teacher, who underwent emergency surgery for a lung injury after the stabbing, is still in pain but is gradually improving.
For the moment it is still early to talk about resignation and above all about a possible return to school: after the hospital stay he will, in fact, have to undergo a rehabilitation program at home. And above all he will have to have time to recover psychologically from what happened. But during the meeting with the managers, according to what Il Giorno reports, she did nothing but ask for information about the school, its students and even its stabber.
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“Guys, I'll come back to you”
Despite the attack she suffered, which would easily allow her not to return to school, Sara Campiglio seems to have no intention of abandoning her students and future ones. When the three managers gave her the box of chocolates inspired by Alessandro Manzoni's The Betrothed with the letters that her students wrote to her, she immediately replied: “I have spent a lifetime alongside the kids, and when I have recovered I will return to work at school” .
But above all the teacher asked for information on the boy who stabbed her in the back and who is now detained at the Cesare Beccaria juvenile prison in Milan. The teacher wanted to know how he is and what awaits him, without showing even a minimum of resentment.