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Community Partnerships


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​​​​​​Community Planning and Partnerships


On June 16, 2015 the Board of Trustees approved a new Community Planning and Partnership policy to reflect amendments to the Ministry of Education guideline on facility partnerships issued in March 2015. The main purpose of the guideline is to encourage school boards to work with community partners to share facilities for the benefit of the boards, students and the community, and to optimize the use of public assets owned by school boards. The operation of these facility partnerships will occur during school hours.

Community consultation on Community Partnerships will be held on an annual basis or before the announcement of a Pupil Accommodation Review. This consultation will be an opportunity for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board to exchange information with interested facility partners regarding available spaces and/or potential co-build projects and community needs. Please refer to the list of potential partnership sites.

For more information on the Community Planning and Partnership framework and principles, please refer to the Community Planning and Partnership Policy.

Interested facility partners can fill out an application form and submit to CPPinfo@dpcdsb.org

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING - OCTOBER 5, 2021

 
The annual Community Planning and Partnership public meeting will be held as part of the regularly scheduled Administration and Finance Committee meeting.  

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 7pm

The purpose of this meeting is to provide information with interested community partners regarding the potential use of available space and/or potential co-build opportunities and community needs.  Please note that there are no available spaces in open and operating schools for the 2021-22 school year; however, consideration of co-build opportunities for new schools are still available subject to approval by the Ministry of Education through the Capital Priorities Program.  

More information regarding Community Planning and Partnership can be found on the board's website

If you are interested in attending this virtual meeting, please register using this link, and the meeting information will be forwarded to you. 





 



 



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