On Wednesday, May 15, 2019, HCDSB community members attended the Board’s 2019 Annual Community Planning & Facility Partnerships Community Meeting at St. Francis Xavier (formerly Vanier) Catholic Secondary School.
The purpose of this meeting was to inform school communities of the Board’s 2019 Long-Term Capital Plan (LTCP), which outlines the Board’s 15-year school capital projects plan.
The meeting started with a brief overview presentation led by Fred Thibeault, Senior Manager of Planning Services.
After the presentation, meeting attendees were able to review information related to the LTCP, including proposed school projects and projected enrolment, in more detail via information display boards and booklets, and they were also able to talk to Board staff and ask questions.
Lastly, attendees were encouraged to provide their valuable feedback via an online LTCP Community Feedback Survey.
The survey was available until May 26, 2019, and is now closed.
Staff presenting an overview of the LTCP.
LTCP information display boards.
Erica EmeryRECAP: 2019 Annual Community Planning & Facility Partnerships Community Meeting
A Long-Term Capital Plan (LTCP) is an annually reviewed document that provides detailed enrolment projections over a 15-year period. The LTCP uses these enrolment projections to identify current and future accommodation pressures that result from new residential development, changing demographics, and program pressures.
Halton Region community members are invited to provide feedback regarding the accommodation strategies proposed in the updated LTCP. All community feedback will be presented to HCDSB Trustees prior to the updated LTCP being finalized and presented to Trustees for information at the Regular Board Meeting on June 18, 2019.
Please note: The community feedback survey is now closed.
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The HCDSB community is invited to attend the Board’s upcoming 2019 Annual Community Planning & Facility Partnerships Community Meeting.
The purpose of this meeting is to inform school communities of the Board’s future school projects and upcoming 2019 Long-Term Capital Plan (LTCP) Update, which outlines the Board’s 15-year school capital projects plan.
DATE: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 TIME: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. LOCATION: Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School (cafeteria)
1145 Bronte Street South
The HCDSB community is invited to attend the upcoming Community Planning and Facility Partnership (CPFP) Community Meeting, scheduled to take place on May 15, 2019, at St. Francis Xavier (formerly Vanier) CSS.
in the process will be to complete the Long-Term Capital Plan – Annual Facility Accommodation Report, which will identify capital priorities and facility partnership opportunities for the Board.
WHEREAS, the 2018 Long-Term Capital Plan will serve as a framework to guide the implementation of the Board’s long-term capital and accommodation planning strategies for the next 15-year period;
WHEREAS, the implementation of Pupil Accommodation Review and School Boundary Review projects contained within the 2018 Long-Term Capital Plan requires the Board to follow the legislative requirements under the Education Act, Ministry of Education Guidelines, and relevant Board Operating Policies and Administrative Procedures; and,
WHEREAS, the commencement and consideration for implementation of Pupil Accommodation Review and School Boundary Review projects contained within the 2018 Long-Term Capital Plan will require subsequent Board of Trustee approvals.
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Halton Catholic District School Board hereby approves, in principle, the 2018 Long-Term Capital Plan.
Erica Emery2018 Long-Term Capital Plan Approved in Principle