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Wednesday, 25 October 2017 06:20

Swan Valley School Division Hold Community Consultations

The Swan Valley School Division is faced with some real challenging decisions to be made.

To help with the decision making process, the board is hosting community consultations to get feedback from the residents in the valley.

Swan Valley School Division Superintendent, Tim Mendel, talked about what will be discussed at the meetings.
 
"What we're doing now is going to the public, and we're getting some input and really just exploring what some options might be, and they might be school closure, or repurpusing schools, in other words. 
Are there things we could with the RM where they could take some of the space within the school. For example, if you have a library in the town, is it possible to move that library into the school in order to lower the costs." 
 

For a complete listing of when and where the community consultations are being held, check out the division's website at https://www.svsd.ca/
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