Grand Erie Renovates for a New School Year
FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 2023
his summer, Grand Erie saw a number of school improvements valued at over $15 million.
No Grand Erie school went unmodified, each project targeting safety and convenience with students and staff in mind as they headed back to class on September 6.
|Onondaga-Brant Public School sports a freshly paved playground ready for the new school year.|
Standout upgrades include revamped Learning Commons to enjoy at Delhi Public School, Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School and Grandview Public School, as well as new flooring and wall paneling in gymnasiums at Princess Elizabeth Public School and Lakewood Elementary School.
Exterior enhancements encourage safe pick-up and drop-off procedures, particularly with a new driveway loop at J.L. Mitchener Public School and fresh paving at Mount Pleasant School, Jarvis Public School and Onondaga-Brant Public School. Additionally, sections of the roof were replaced at Dunnville Secondary School, Grandview Public School, James Hillier Public School, Lakewood Elementary School, Oakland-Scotland Public School, North Ward School, Bellview Public School and Cayuga Secondary School.
Several electrical panels and main services were replaced at Teeterville Public School, Walpole North Elementary School, Burford District Elementary School, Prince Charles Public School, Greenbrier Public School, Centennial-Grand Woodlands School and Waterford Public School.
HVAC and boiler updates to improve ventilation took place at King George School, Woodman-Cainsville School, Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School, Echo Place School, Walpole North Elementary School, Princess Elizabeth Public School, J.L. Mitchener Public School, École Dufferin, Bellview Public School, Seneca Central Public School, Brier Park Public School and Teeterville Public School.
Each investment was accomplished in support of Grand Erie’s Multi-Year plan to create safe, inclusive and comfortable spaces in which students feel empowered and ready to learn. Here’s to the start of another grand school year!
Students, Staff and volunteers at Fairview Avenue are making panda bears that will be sent to a Haiti Birth Center.