More than $2 million allocated to Pierre Elliott Trudeau School to improve student safety
To improve the overall student experience at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Elementary School in Rosemount, the English Montreal School Board allocated more than $2 million to complete multiple projects.
Over the course of the past two years, several aspects and areas of the school were renovated and reconfigured, including: the schoolyard, bus drop-off area and staff parking lot. Inside the school, upgrades are being made to the electrical equipment, insulation, piping and ventilation.
“Our school yard is beautiful! Students have different areas to play games such soccer, champ ball, basketball, and checkers,” said Principal Tanya Alvares. “There are different sections for kids to draw on black boards, to sit on the grass and hang out with friends, and benches to relax! There are even two areas where staff can take their groups out and do an outdoor lesson! We are looking forward for the trees to grow to provide a nice, shaded region too!”
Finally, the reconfigured bus-drop off area and parking lot has respectively increased student and staff safety as well as access to the school.
About the English Montreal School Board
With a youth and adult sector population of more than 35,000 students, the English Montreal School Board (EMSB) is the largest English public school board in Quebec. Established on July 1, 1998, when the province created new boards along linguistic lines, the EMSB network consists of 77 schools and centres. For more details, visit the EMSB website at www.emsb.qc.ca.