Long Range Facilities Plan Public Consultation

The Richmond School District’s Public Board of Education gathered valuable information from the public during its consultation on school closures from June 2015 to October 2016. The feedback that was received during this consultation helped inform and guide many decisions that the District has made since the consultation closed. Now, in 2019, the Richmond School District is beginning the next phase of facilities planning and is looking for public input on the development of our Long Range Facilities Plan.

The fundamental premise of a Long Range Facilities Plan is to provide a mechanism for districts to demonstrate they are managing their facilities in an effective, economic and efficient way in support of their educational goals.

The Long Range Facilities Plan places the need for capital projects in a district-wide context and becomes the basis for submission of capital project requests by the district and for investment decisions by the Ministry.

These are important considerations for the District and we hope that you will be involved in this process as it unfolds. We want to hear from you as we gather information to inform our decisions.


列治文学区的教育委员会在2015年6月至2016年10月学校关闭意见征询期间从公众中收集了宝贵的信息。在此次意见征询期间收到的反馈为征询结束后本学区做出的许多决定都提供了参考和指南。现在,2019年,列治文学区正在开始下一阶段的设施规划,并就长期设施规划(Long Range Facilities Plan)的制定寻求公众的意见。

长期设施规划的基本前提是为学区提供一种机制,以证明他们将以有成效、经济和有效率的方式管理其设施,以支持其教育目标。

长期设施规划将资本项目的需求置于整个学区的背景之下,并成为本学区提交资本项目请求和教育厅投资决策的基础。

这些是本学区的重要考虑事项,我们希望您能够随着这个进程的展开而参与其中。我们希望在收集信息时能听到您的意见,以便为我们的决策提供参考。我们鼓励您訪問我們的網站 www.letstalksd38.ca

The Richmond School District’s Public Board of Education gathered valuable information from the public during its consultation on school closures from June 2015 to October 2016. The feedback that was received during this consultation helped inform and guide many decisions that the District has made since the consultation closed. Now, in 2019, the Richmond School District is beginning the next phase of facilities planning and is looking for public input on the development of our Long Range Facilities Plan.

The fundamental premise of a Long Range Facilities Plan is to provide a mechanism for districts to demonstrate they are managing their facilities in an effective, economic and efficient way in support of their educational goals.

The Long Range Facilities Plan places the need for capital projects in a district-wide context and becomes the basis for submission of capital project requests by the district and for investment decisions by the Ministry.

These are important considerations for the District and we hope that you will be involved in this process as it unfolds. We want to hear from you as we gather information to inform our decisions.


列治文学区的教育委员会在2015年6月至2016年10月学校关闭意见征询期间从公众中收集了宝贵的信息。在此次意见征询期间收到的反馈为征询结束后本学区做出的许多决定都提供了参考和指南。现在,2019年,列治文学区正在开始下一阶段的设施规划,并就长期设施规划(Long Range Facilities Plan)的制定寻求公众的意见。

长期设施规划的基本前提是为学区提供一种机制,以证明他们将以有成效、经济和有效率的方式管理其设施,以支持其教育目标。

长期设施规划将资本项目的需求置于整个学区的背景之下,并成为本学区提交资本项目请求和教育厅投资决策的基础。

这些是本学区的重要考虑事项,我们希望您能够随着这个进程的展开而参与其中。我们希望在收集信息时能听到您的意见,以便为我们的决策提供参考。我们鼓励您訪問我們的網站 www.letstalksd38.ca

  • Preliminary Draft LRFP

    5 days ago
    Draft.lrfp.tn

    A preliminary draft of the Long Range Facilities Plan is now available for download in the document library (PDF – 13MB)


    A preliminary draft of the Long Range Facilities Plan is now available for download in the document library (PDF – 13MB)


  • Survey Results: How would you like to be engaged

    19 days ago
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    Richmond parents, community members, teachers and school district employees were asked how they would like to be engaged in discussions about schools and how they would like to receive information about the engagement process.

    After hearing your feedback, we will move forward with scheduling public information sessions at schools. We will also post updates on the Let’s Talk website as well as school websites, the District website and social media. The complete results of the survey are available here: Click here to download.


    Richmond parents, community members, teachers and school district employees were asked how they would like to be engaged in discussions about schools and how they would like to receive information about the engagement process.

    After hearing your feedback, we will move forward with scheduling public information sessions at schools. We will also post updates on the Let’s Talk website as well as school websites, the District website and social media. The complete results of the survey are available here: Click here to download.