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November 07
Policy 409 Phase 3 Sustainability Review – Saint John Central City Schools

At the Anglophone South School District Education Council (DEC) meeting of August 22, 2018, the following motion was approved by Council:
“...that Council begin Phase 3 of the 409 process for the Saint John city centre schools to look at reconfiguring Millidgeville North School to a middle school. Council will also look at an addition or new construction, depending on cost, to M. Gerald Teed to accommodate the grades 3-5 from Millidgeville North School. The middle school student population from Hazen-White/St. Francis may move to Millidgeville North School in September of 2019 and the middle school students from Princess Elizabeth School would only move when M. Gerald Teed is able to accept the grades 3-5 from Millidgeville North School.  Council will also consider major capital repairs to Princess Elizabeth School or a new school, depending on cost.”
Under the Department’s Policy 409 – Multi Year School Infrastructure Planning – this will allow DEC and staff to begin the public consultation process to gather community and stakeholder input to Phase 3 of the sustainability review.  Letters will be sent home to parents of students from Princess Elizabeth, Millidgeville North, M. Gerald Teed and Hazen-White/St. Francis outlining dates and times for upcoming meetings at their schools.  Meetings are scheduled as follows:
M. Gerald Teed – November 6th
Princess Elizabeth – November 13th
Millidgeville North – POSTPONED TO November 27th 
Hazen-White/St. Francis – November 28th