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Thousands of students and parents are being asked for their views as Surrey Schools prepares for the opening of a new state-of-the-art secondary school.
When the school at 7278 – 184 St. in the Clayton area of Surrey opens in 2018 it will ease overcrowding at École Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary and Clayton Heights Secondary. Those schools are running at 149 per cent and 133 per cent of capacity respectively.
Surrey Schools is asking the Clayton and Cloverdale communities for their views as it develops new catchment boundaries to balance student numbers between the three schools. The review will also consider where the secondary French Immersion program for the area should be located.
(School design and renderings by KMBR Architects & Planners)
A dedicated website –
www.placespeak.com/new-clayton-secondary – has been launched to explain the process, to share the options explored by Surrey Schools and to gather public feedback via an online survey. Students at elementary schools in the Clayton and Cloverdale area, and Grade 8 and 9 students at Clayton Heights and Lord Tweedsmuir, have been given information packages to take home.
Furthermore, Surrey Schools is hosting a series of community forums to share information about the potential boundary changes. Each forum runs from 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m.:
Families are being encouraged to attend the specific evening for their own school in order to balance forum attendance numbers for each meeting. However, as the information presented at each forum will be the same, they can attend another evening if that suits them better.
The consultation period runs until June 14, 2016.