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Maddaugh Road Elementary (rendering by thinkspace architecture) is one of several new schools being built in the Surrey School Distict in the next few years.
2021 is shaping up to be a banner year for Surrey Schools.
With three elementary schools scheduled to open that year, and more on the way, the district is preparing to consult with school communities in South Surrey and Clayton about potential catchment boundary changes that will best accommodate the new schools and their students.
A new consultation page has been added to our website, which will be updated with more information as it becomes available.
In Clayton, Maddaugh Road Elementary (19406 76th Ave.) is anticipated to open in September 2021. Regent Road Elementary (18711 74th Ave.) has been through the design process and an anticipated opening date will be announced once the tender process concludes. These schools will relieve the enrolment pressures at Katzie, Hazelgrove and Clayton elementary schools.
In South Surrey, Site 180 (17325 2nd Ave.) and Site 206 (16666 23rd Ave.) are scheduled to open in September 2021. Boundary reviews will include the East Kensington, Hall's Prairie, Morgan, Pacific Heights, Rosemary Heights and Sunnyside elementary school communities to relieve enrolment pressures throughout the area.
As parents and guardians of students in Surrey Schools, you will be invited to provide input and feedback on catchment boundary options in Clayton and South Surrey. The district is coordinating an extensive consultation process next month.
Please watch for further information being sent home in those neighbourhoods in early November. A dedicated website will also be available for information and input at that time.
In addition, evening forums will be held in mid-November for Clayton and South Surrey-area school communities to share feedback and ideas about the potential boundary changes. Times and locations of the consultation forums will be included in the information package sent home in early November.
The consultation runs from Nov. 6th to Dec. 18th. Community contributions and comments will be summarized by staff in a report to the superintendent. The report is anticipated to be presented to the Surrey Board of Education in February 2020, with a decision on catchment boundaries expected in March 2020.
We look forward to hearing from you.