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Issue 3, May 2022
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Have you heard the news?
TPP is relocating!
Tobermory Primary Place is moving across the field, to St. Edmunds Public School.
Grey-Bruce-Owen Sound MPP, Bill Walker made the official announcement January 27th, 2022. The Ontario government is investing $600,000 to this project through the Early Years Capital Program. The Funding will flow through the School Board to support renovations to retrofit St. Edmunds Public School’s new layout
TPP will have a toddler classroom for 15, and a preschool classroom for 24 children, a total of 39 child care spaces. Don’t worry, we can’t forget the school agers. We will continue to have our before and after school program, and summer camp at St. Edmunds too. Child Care Centre's offering a school age program in a school setting, enter a permit agreement to share space during non-instructional hours. These spaces are not included in the project numbers.
Fingers are crossed that construction starts this summer. If so, we could be moving in early 2023. Although there is still lots of planning to do, we are very excited to enter a new chapter, and better support the community of Northern Bruce Peninsula.
Check out Tobermory Press Inc. Article for some details on the big announcement.
MPP Walker Announces $600,000 Child Care Investment At St Edmunds Public School in Tobermory | Bruce Peninsula Press
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