School renovation list

Here is the full list of school renewals and renovations from the press release on the NS government website . Wolfville is on the list.

The school construction and renovation projects are listed below and they are grouped by school boards:

Annapolis Valley School Regional Board
–Digby/Clementsport P-5,replacing Clark Rutherford, $9.3 million, opening 2014
–Aldershot Elementary, $4 million
–Annapolis West Education Centre, $1.4 million
–Bridgetown Regional High, $2.78 million
–Evangeline Middle School, $1.3 million
–Hantsport, $2.97 million
–Three Mile Plains, $4.64 million
-Wolfville, $4.64 million

Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board
–Breton Education Centre, $8.91 million
–Dr. T.L. Sullivan Junior High, $1.03 million
–MacDonald Elementary, $3.94 million
–Malcolm Munroe Junior High, $2.58 million
–Memorial High, $8.74 million
–Seton Elementary, $2.81 million
–Whitney Pier Junior High, $4.5 million

Chignecto-Central Regional School Board
–Bible Hill Elementary, $9.6 million, opening 2015
–New Glasgow P-8, $18.3 million, opening 2013

–Cobequid Consolidated, $4.5 million
–Cobequid Education Centre, $8.74 million
–Hants East Rural High, $10.2 million
–River Hebert, $6 million
–Shubenacadie District, $4.06 million
–Springhill Elementary, $4.92 million
–Tatamagouche Elementary, $5.46 million
–Uniacke, $4.64 million
–Valley Elementary, $1 million

Conseil scolaire acadien provincial
–Centre scolaire Etoile de l’Acadie, $2.42 million
–Beauport, $206,000
–Carrefour, $580,000
–Ecole Jean Marie Gay/Ecole Joseph-Dugas, $4.06 million
–Ecole Secondaire d’Halifax (addition), $2.64 million
–Ecole St. Albert/Ecole Stella Maris, $3.82 million
–Ecole Wedgeport, $5.03 million

Halifax Regional School Board
–Bedford High, $34.2 million, opening 2012
–Joseph Howe replacement, Halifax, $15 million, opening 2013
–LeMarchant-St. Thomas replacement, Halifax, $13.2 million, opening 2014
–Prince Arthur/Southdale-North Woodside replacement, Dartmouth, $24.3 million, opening 2014

–Dartmouth High, $11.85 million
–Inglis Street, $4.99 million

Strait Regional School Board
–Fanning Academy, $2.39 million
–H.M. MacDonald, $3.48 million
–Mulgrave Memorial, $1.69 million
–St. Mary’s Academy, $1.55 million

South Shore School Board
–Lunenburg P-9, $21.5 million, opening 2011

–Bridgewater Elementary, $2 million
–New Ross Consolidated, $250,000
–Park View Education Centre, $2 million

Tri-County Regional School Board
–Clark’s Harbour, $3.48 million
–Yarmouth Elementary, $5.8 million

Hard to tell an election is in the air? David Morse has been a busy boy what with ACOA and this happy news.

There were whoops and claps from Evangeline Middle School students when Kings South MLA David Morse told them a $1.3 million addition is coming over the school’s PA system. An addition will replace four portables on site since 1993, with work beginning this fiscal year.

Enhanced washrooms and improved parking at the New Minas school are also part of the “well deserved” plan, Morse said.

In Wolfville, Morse orchestrated a DVD presentation of Premier Rodney MacDonald dispersing the good news: in 2014, the town will receive either a renovated or new junior high wing worth $4.5 million.

2014! Wow! Will there be a new government implementing that one?

School board chairwoman Lavinia Parrish Zwicker said the province is moving Wolfville up the list to provide an environment conducive to learning. …
She said health and safety issues around deferred maintenance would be looked at in Wolfville before 2014.


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