Here is the PowerPoint presentation (as a PDF) that Barry Forward delivered at the April 4th meeting on the Future of Schools in Blueridge/Seymour Heights.
Other relevant documents from the NVSD [North Van School District] Website include:
- The replacement of Seymour Heights Elementary School, enabling the consolidation of Blueridge Elementary School into the larger Seymour Heights Elementary School
- The replacement of Queensbury Elementary School with a larger capacity, enabling the accommodation of increasing student enrolment in this area of the School District
- The replacement of Larson Elementary School, enabling the accommodation of the student population in the permanent building and the elimination of portable classrooms. “
Another helpful report from the NVSD is the 2015 Facilities Plan Update – presented to the Board in December 2015. Interestingly, on page 4 of this report, is states that “Several elementary schools are, or will be, underutilized: Norgate, Eastview, Lynnmour, Blueridge, Seymour Heights, Dorothy Lynas and Sherwood Park”. Information which we know now isn’t correct, given that Blueridge has a capacity of 350 students, and currently houses 353 students.
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