I gather then there are not that many children at the school. Which makes it nice for the moms who drop them off, but expensive for town budgets.
Anyway, the handwriting is on the wall - the small “country schools” will eventually be consolidated. (This is France, after all, and the schooling-system is run from the Dept. of Education in Paris.)
But, will you see your TF reduced? I doubt it very much in the smaller countryside villages. But in the larger towns, which have been havens of useless employees (who helped the mayor get elected) will find a good many layoffs. (Which is why there were so many in the streets yesterday demonstrating.)
France is going through an agonizing transition into the 21st century. It’s a bit late, but that is how I translate why Macron got such an overwhelming vote - which, given the other choice between him or blondie, was bound to be very large.
Still, after Holland, I suspect the French have understood that if nothing changes radically in the country then their kids are going to be just as unemployed as the parents. (The rate has come down, but as I write unemployment is just a wee bit less than 10% (9.5% actually) …
(If interested see the historical rate here).