An expansion to D.P. Todd Secondary is officially on School District No. 57’s (SD57) five-year capital plan.
The board of education approved the five-year 2020-21 capital plan, which the board must submit to the ministry of education by June 30, at the board's regular June 18 public meeting.
The plan addresses SD57's current capacity challenges through a proposed expansion project at D.P. Todd Secondary School which would amount to $40,045,503.
The hope is to add room for an additional 300 students. Currently, D.P. Todd has 640 students, but its capacity, as listed by the ministry, is 600.
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