Windsor And Tecumseh To Get New Schools
Monday November 9th, 2015
Posted at 12:30pm
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Windsor and Tecumseh will be see the construction of new public schools.
The Ontario government announced $15.23 million in funding for the construction a permanent home for 645 students at Giles Campus French Immersion Public School.
This comes as a result of the 2011 Program and Accommodation Review recommendations for South Windsor that created a site for French Immersion students living north of E.C. Row Expressway. The students are currently learning at the former W.D. Lowe Secondary School.
They also received $15.3 million to build a new D.M. Eagle Public School for 651 students.
Included in each building is four rooms for daycare with 73 spaces per school.