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The Ministry of Education has approved $39.8 million in funding for a new addition at K.B. Woodward Elementary and seismic upgrades to Prince Charles Elementary and Queen Elizabeth Secondary.
The 240-seat addition at K.B. Woodward will see eight new classrooms and two renovated classrooms, expected to be ready for students in January 2023. The seismic upgrades at Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth are both scheduled for completion in 2022.
"This announcement is welcome news for our students, staff and larger school community," said Laurie Larsen, Chair of the Surrey Board of Education. "The classroom addition at K.B. Woodward Elementary and seismic upgrades to Prince Charles Elementary and Queen Elizabeth Secondary will allow our district to continue meeting our growing community's needs in a safe and sustainable manner."
This latest investment by the provincial government brings the running total up to $403 million since September 2017 for 25 school capital projects in the Surrey School District. These projects include six seismic upgrades at schools, 14 new schools or additions, and land acquisitions for four future schools. This funding will result in 4,120 seismically safe seats and create nearly 8,900 new student seats in Surrey between 2018 and 2023.
The following school expansion projects are underway in the Surrey School District:
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