Rainbow Board Completes $ 9.1 Million Renovation of Chelmsford High School with Provincial Funding



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Rainbow District School Board’s $ 9.1 million renovation to convert the Chelmsford Valley District Composite School to a JK-12 facility was completed with funding from the Ontario government, officials said on Friday. provincial.

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Project construction, which supports the consolidation of CVDCS with Chelmsford Public School, Grades 7 and 8 at Larchwood Public School and French Immersion students at Levack Public School, if now complete and the school is open for the 2021-22 school year.

It also includes modernization of classrooms for elementary and full-time kindergarten purposes, library upgrades and technical equipment upgrades, as well as renovations throughout the building, the said. province in a press release.

“Our province is once again investing in students by building new schools and improving existing educational facilities,†said Stephen Lecce, Ontario Minister of Education, in the release. “Our government’s support for a further modernization of the Chelmsford Valley District Composite School will provide a quality learning environment with modern ventilation to the students of Chelmsford.

“The Chelmsford Valley District Composite School has been revitalized to create a dynamic K-12 teaching and learning environment,†added Bruce Bourget, Director of Education for the Rainbow District School Board. “Students have access to quality programs in quality schools, with a strong emphasis on environmentally friendly practices, as well as health and wellness to support student success. The Rainbow District School Board thanks the Department of Education for investing in our schools, our students and the communities we serve.

The Ontario government said it has allocated more than $ 600 million to support ventilation improvements as part of its plan for a safer back to school. The RDSB has received $ 9 million in ventilation improvement funding and has 450 HEPA filter units, the province said.



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