The new Fleming school required the reconfiguration of the entire school site during the design and construction process as part of the Seismic Mitigation Program. This has created an opportunity for a portion of the site to become available for re-purposing subject to Board and Ministerial approval.
- On April 13, 2021, we are hosting an initial public information session regarding the potential disposal of the south portion of the Fleming school site, before the consideration by the Board about declaring the site as surplus to future educational needs of the school district.
- The initial public information session will seek input from representatives of the Indigenous community, the education community,
local government, community organizations as well as the general public.
- There will be two online information sessions offered on the same evening, April 13, 2021 to provide more opportunities for more people to attend. The presentation for each session will be the same for both sessions.
- Session 1: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM (Join the live event)
The first session will focus on educational stakeholders and questions related to education are encouraged. Translations via captions will be available for this session in Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Vietnamese, Tagalog, Spanish, and Arabic.
The second session will be open to the broader public. Non-education aspects will be the main focus. Any member of the school community are also welcome to join. Translations via captions will be available for this session in Japanese, Korean, Russian, Portuguese, Hindi, and Persian.
- For more information, please read this report presented on March 10, 2021, during the Facilities Committee Meeting.
- Having trouble finding the meeting? See below. Click on the image to expand.
Please provide your feedback by completing a survey. The survey will be available for 14 days following the public information sessions.
- If the Board passes a resolution to declare the site as surplus, additional public input and consultation will also occur through
the disposal process.
- Disposal options are permitted by the School Act and Ministerial Regulations and
would include a lease of 10 years or longer, or a sale or transfer in fee simple.
- Parents and staff may direct questions to the Facilities Department.