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Monday June 5th, 2017

Posted at 11:00am

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The public school board is planning two meetings on Thursday, June 8th to determine the future of schools in Leamington and East Windsor/Forest Glade.

The first session will begin at 6pm in the Board room to debate and issue recommendations for Parkview, Forest Glade and Eastwood public schools.

The recommendation calls for a new school to be built to combine Eastwood and Parkview students and new boundaries for Forest Glade.

The second session takes placeĀ at Leamington District Secondary School starting at 8:30pm to debate the future of Gore Hill, Margaret D. Bennie, Mill Street, Mount Carmel-Blytheswood and Queen Elizabeth.

The recommendation calls for a new school to be built for both Gore Hill and Margaret D. Bennie. It also calls for the closure of Mill Street, and moving those students to Mount Carmel-Blytheswood and Queen Elizabeth.

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