Phase II Public Consultation
Phase II of the System Review includes Public Information Open Houses during the first part of March. Participants will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the Trustees’ plans. Comments and suggestions will be received from comment sheets at the Open Houses, via email or fax.
The Board of Trustees remains committed to the students of Parkland School Division. They will continue to deal with space issues while advocating for the new school applied for within the Capital Plan. Updates on the System Review will continue to be posted on this website.
System Review Phase II Storyboards
Proposed Boundary Changes for September 2011
- Woodhaven (Parkland Village Rural) to Greystone
- High Park (North Rural) to Muir Lake or Blueberry
- Brookwood / Greystone (Rural South) to Graminia
Moving Forward... Beyond the Immediate Priorities
In response to the collected data and stakeholder input, the Board is considering for review beyond September 2011:
- The additional space at École Broxton Park School serving Spruce Grove Kindergarten students for September 2012
- The relationship between Forest Green School and Stony Plain Central School and if the current grade arrangement is suitable
- The boundary of École Meridian Heights School and the desire to ensure a viable English and French Immersion program
- The development of co-terminus boundaries for existing schools and future schools built
- The relationship between West Parkland Schools and if the current grade arrangement is suitable
- The rural boundaries for West Parkland and Stony Plain area
- The student enrolment and capacity within existing high schools
- The Capital Plan submission for new school construction in Spruce Grove and consideration of what grade configuration is desirable (i.e. K-9, K-4, 5-9)
Phase II Next Steps
The Board of Trustees is tackling some tough issues! In Phase II of the System Review, Trustees are dealing with the challenge of accommodating the increasing number of students and the lack of existing classroom space in Spruce Grove.
The Parkland School Division Board wishes to keep stakeholders informed and to seek their wisdom as the Board takes their next steps in planning for the future.
For more information contact:
Superintendent of Schools
Parkland School Division No. 70
Kelly D. Wilkins
Parkland School Division No.70