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Final ARC Report for Central Mountain submitted to the Director February 13, 2014

At the June 17th, 2013 Board meeting, Trustees approved a recommendation to initiate the Central Mountain Accommodation Review which included Cardinal Heights, Eastmount Park, Franklin Road, G.L. Armstrong, Linden Park, Pauline Johnson, Queensdale and Ridgemount elementary schools. The mandate of the ARC was to act in an advisory role that will study, report and provide recommendations on accommodation option(s) with respect to the group of schools or school being reviewed for the Board of Trustees’ consideration and decision.  The Central Mountain Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) comprised of parents, teachers, non-teaching staff, principals and the area trustee began its work on October 1st, 2013.

This report outlines the recommendation of the Central Mountain Review Committee and details the work completed by the ARC throughout the entire process. Over the course of eleven (11) Working Group Meetings, four Public Meetings, school tours, community input through email, voicemail and public meetings, as well as countless hours spent reviewing background information the ARC and community members developed a total of thirty-five (35) possible accommodation options.  Through further consultation and feedback from the community the ARC choose to recommend two options detailed in the following report.

Please click on the links provided below to view the report and appendix.

Central Mountain ARC Report

Central Mountain ARC Report Appendix

Final ARC Report – Committee Recommendation for Central Mountain presented to the Board of Trustees March 24, 2014

At a Special Board Meeting on March 24, 2014, the final ARC Report – Committee Recommendation for Central Mountain was presented to the Board of Trustees.  A copy of the presentation is provided for information.  Please click on the link below to view details.

Updated on Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
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