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BACKGROUND: The days of both the Thornhill Primary and Thornhill Elementary buildings could be numbered provided a wide-rangingplan of the Coast Mountains School District is approved.


Both would be torn down and replaced by a single facility worth an estimated $29.6 million in 2017 dollars based on adistrict-wide study released last year which examined the physical state of the district’s schools and enrolment projections.

Based on that study, school trustees developed a capital projects plan and have now sent it to the provincial educationministry.

FULL STORY: School district wants to replace Thornhill schools


 


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