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1529 Valley Drive, Kenora, ON P9N 4K3
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KPDSB media release

14 Feb. 2018

KPDSB issues media release regarding the Valleyview capital project.

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Raffle Winners

14 Dec. 2017

Good evening everyone. Here are the winners from this evening's Christmas raffle draw. Thank you to everyone for supporting student activities at Valleyview!
Keep the Kids Busy #1 - Katlyn Bray
Sports #1 - Kelly Tait
Family Game Night #1 - Shawna Tait
Outdoor Fun #1 - C. Fagnilli
Christmas #1 - Wayne & Deanna Dokuchie
Arts & Crafts #1 - Ihor Kortchevich
Night by the Fire #1 - Troy L'Hirondelle
$500.00 cash #1 - Kelly Tait
Keep the Kids Busy #2 - Debra Groves
Sports #2 - Michelle Grafham
Family Game Night #2 - April Medwechuk
Outdoor Fun #2 - Jen Sinclair
Christmas #2 - Dave Hales
Arts & Crafts #2 - April Preisentanz
Night by the Fire #2 - Rob Perchuk
$500.00 cash #2 - Ann Smyth

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Board of Trustees Appropriate $4 Million Dollars for Valleyview Public School Capital Project

13 Feb. 2018

Media Release - February 13, 2018

At the regular February Board Meeting of the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board, Trustees took the proactive step of approving the appropriation of $4 million dollars towards the Valleyview Public School Capital Project.  The Board recognizes that the next step in this critical work is with the Ministry of Education.

The rebuilding and replacement of Valleyview Public School in Kenora is the number one major capital project for the KPDSB, and in recent years, has gained increasing attention and urgency as enrolment at the school continues to grow.  Enrolment at Valleyview Public School has doubled in the last five years (2013-2018), with increases both in English and French Immersion programming.  The school is home to the largest primary cohort of students across the entire KPDSB.

The funds have now been appropriated for the Valleyview Public School Capital Project and are an indication of the Board’s commitment to both the Ministry of Education and the Valleyview Public School Community.

Estimated costs for the replacement of Valleyview Public School is $16 million. 

Sean Monteith, Director of Education, stated “Valleyview Public School is the number one, and officially the only, major capital project that remains for the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board.  By allocating the largest investment in our history, from reserves, for the purposes of a new elementary school, the Board has demonstrated an investment to the Valleyview Public School Community.  The parents, staff, and especially the students of Valleyview deserve nothing but the best; and that is exactly what we are determined to give them.”

Dave Penney, Chair of the Board, added “We are confident that our Ministry of Education partners will continue to support and demonstrate their belief in the Valleyview Public School Community by enhancing the commitment that the KPDSB Trustees have responsibly made here tonight.”

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RAFFLE TICKETS

14 Dec. 2017

The following raffle tickets were recorded as lost and not returned to be entered in this evening's drawing. If you have purchased any of the following tickets, please return them to the school to be reimbursed.

0061-0080
0201-0220
0501-0520
0561-0580
0701
1601-1620
1641-1660
1841-1860
2561
2621-2640
3161-3180
3241-3260
4121-4140
4381-4400

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2018-2019 School Year Calendar Survey

20 Nov. 2017

Every year we offer families an opportunity to provide feedback regarding the creation of the upcoming school year calendar. Please take a minute to fill out our survey for the 2018-2019 School Year Calendar by clicking on either of the links below.  

 Click here to take the survey in English                        Click here to take the survey in French

The feedback provided by our families will be taken back to the Regional School Year Calendar Committee (comprised of five area school Boards including the KPDSB) as they work to create the regional school year calendar for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. 

The survey will be open until the end of the day on Friday, December 1.

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