St. Marie of the Incarnation Set to Reopen

St. Marie of the Incarnation Set to Reopen
Posted on 03/18/2016
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MARCH 17, 2016 - BARRIE, ON:  On Monday, March 21st the new St. Marie of the Incarnation Catholic School in Bradford West Gwillimbury will open its doors to more than 530 students. A $7.6 million addition and retrofit project, which was funded by the Ministry of Education, is now complete.

Students and staff will return to a brand new facility including space for 242 more students, improved program areas, four new full day Kindergarten classrooms, a new chapel at the main entrance, academic spaces for special needs and reading recovery as well as disability access improvements. Since September, while construction was ongoing, the school community was accommodated at St. Jean de Brébeuf and St. Charles Catholic Schools in the Bradford community.

"I know the students, staff and parents are really looking forward to returning after the March break to our beautiful new school," said Robert Harrison, Principal. "We are very grateful to the St. Jean de Brebeuf and St. Charles school communities for taking us in over the past several months, but it will nice to be back under one roof. I don't think the renovation could have turned out any better - the entire school feels bright, open and modern - even the spaces that weren't renovated look good. Our students are going to really benefit from the new and improved academic program areas." 

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