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Architects chosen for new Carlyle school project

Number Ten Architectural Group out of Winnipeg will handle the architectural work.
South East Cornerstone head office
South East Cornerstone Public School Division building

WEYBURN - The architect has been chosen for the new kindergarten to Grade 12 school project in Carlyle.

During the May 22 meeting of the South East Cornerstone Public School Division, trustee Jim Vermeersch, whose area includes Carlyle, reported that the Number Ten Architectural Group out of Winnipeg had been selected. He pointed out it is the same firm that led to the planning and construction of the new Legacy Park Elementary School in Weyburn.

“We will now meet with them to discuss future steps to be taken,” he said.

Also at the meeting, director of education Keith Keating informed board members that a tentative local collective bargaining agreement had been reached with the South East Cornerstone Teachers Association. The pact gained 85 per cent approval from the teachers association and was now being sent to the board for their approval. The board voted in favour of the terms that had been set out in the negotiated agreement.

The board received a letter from the Terry Fox Foundation, thanking them and the Cornerstone schools that had participated in the annual Terry Fox Run fundraising campaign that supports cancer research.

The board members will gather again in the main conference room of the division’s head office in Weyburn on June 19, starting at 1 p.m. It is expected to be the final meeting of the 2023-24 school year.