A New Elementary School is Coming to the Town of Oakville

Published January 30, 2019 at 1:32 pm

The Town of Oakville is getting a new elementary school.

The Town of Oakville is getting a new elementary school.

MPP for Oakville North-Burlington, Effie Triantafilopoulos, recently announced that Lisa Thompson, Minister of Education, has approved the funding for a new elementary school in the town.

This school will be located at Sixth Line and Dundas Street in Ward 7 and will have space for 776 students, along with 88 child care spaces.

The total budget for this project is $20.7 million.

The ministry has worked with the Halton District School Board in order to ensure that this school will provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all students.

“I am thrilled to work with MPP Triantafilopoulos, and I applaud her tireless advocacy on behalf of the people of Oakville North-Burlington,” Thompson said in the release.

“Supporting our growing communities with these essential investments is key to ensuring student success and opportunity. The value this project brings to the students and parents of north east Oakville will be felt for years to come. I am proud of our government’s commitment to quality education in Ontario.”

According to Ward 7’s Town Councillor, Jasvinder Sandhu, this school is scheduled to open in 2020.

For the most part, the public’s initial response to this announcement has been positive.

What do you think of this new elementary school coming to Oakville?

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