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TDSB Celebrates Ground-breaking for New Meadowvale Sheppard School

TDSB Celebrates Ground-breaking for New Meadowvale Sheppard School

Monday, November 05, 2012
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB, Facility Services

Ground has officially been broken at the site for a new TDSB elementary school in the Rougeville community. On November 1, students, staff and community members gathered at the construction site with the local Trustee, MP, MPP and City Councillor to celebrate the start of the project.
 “I am honoured and excited to work with the community to design, construct and open the very first elementary school in Rougeville,” said Wayne Leavey, Principal. “I look forward to forging many partnerships over the next year as we prepare to open our doors to students and the community.”

The new school will provide an optimal learning environment for all students and will also act as a gathering place for community events. The proposed completion date for the school is September 2013, at which point its official name will also be announced.

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