The Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) is hearing final remarks from parents and the community regarding the future of their schools.
Over the course of two days, the board will be hearing from 25 different people and groups.
“The objective is to listen to the presentations and for commissioners to ask those people presenting — governing boards, organizations, community associations and individuals — for commissioners to understand the details of their proposals,” said Noel Burke, chairman of the LBPSB.
The board says it received 68 briefs in total and will be reading them all.
It will then study the observations and proposals in order to make decisions on the schools identified in the Major School Change process.
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