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Provincial budget offers more money for new Carlyle school

Government is supporting project for the second straight year.
Gordon F. Kells High School in Carlyle.

CARLYLE - For the second straight year, the provincial budget has money to support a new kindergarten to Grade 12 school in Carlyle.

The 2024-25 fiscal plan was released Wednesday afternoon in the Saskatchewan legislature. While the budget does not specify how much money will be allocated for the new building in Carlyle, it notes that $165.9 million will be provided to support ongoing projects, including 11 new or consolidated school projects and three major renovations.

Students in Carlyle currently attend the Carlyle Elementary School and Gordon F. Kells High School.

Last year Carlyle was one of five projects to receive funding for planning for a new K-12 school, creating lots of excitement in the town. and the Carlyle Observer will have more details as they become available.