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Posted On Wednesday, 26 January, 2022

The Thames Valley District School Board has approved the launch of an Attendance Area Review in London.
On November 23 rd , the TVDSB Board deferred the launch of this review until more details could be released about $600 million in capital funding projects announced by the Ministry.
Since then, a $7.2 million expansion of Eagle Heights Public School in London has been announced. This follows an announcement to build a new $17.5 million elementary school in north Woodstock.
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Posted On Wednesday, 26 January, 2022

Thames Valley Trustees unanimously supported changing the name of Ryerson Public School to Old North Public School at Tuesday’s Board Meeting. Ryerson P.S. was part of a broad review of all schools named after individuals to ensure they reflect the Board’s commitment to human rights, equity and inclusive learning environments. 
Ryerson P.S. was named after Egerton Ryerson, considered the architect of Ontario’s public education system in the 1840s. However,...

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Posted On Tuesday, 25 January, 2022

The Ministry of Education has announced funding for a new elementary school and child care centre in southwest London.
“We are very pleased the Ministry of Education has supported this important project that will help the Board deal with growing enrolment pressures in our elementary schools in London,” said Thames Valley Education Director Mark Fisher. “This is excellent news for our Board.”
The $20.7-million project includes a new school for...

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Posted On Monday, 24 January, 2022

In support of Thames Valley’s commitment to ensuring the safety of students and continuation of learning for all students, Princess Elizabeth Public School will be required to close to in-person learning.    
Board administration has determined that operational concerns related to staffing issues are requiring this shift to remote learning. 
Effective Tuesday, January 25th, 2022, students at Princess...

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Posted On Monday, 24 January, 2022

Thames Valley families have experienced many unique challenges throughout the pandemic.
Balancing work, school and childcare has many parents and caregivers feeling increased levels of stress, anxiety and frustration.
In partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services, TVDSB would like to invite you to a virtual session on January 28, 2022, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The one-hour presentation will focus on...

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