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Pupil Accommodation Reviews

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An Accommodation Review is a process undertaken by a school board to determine the future of a school or group of schools. The Limestone District School Board process is defined in Board Policy 15: Pupil Accommodation Review, Administrative Procedure 120: Pupil Accommodation Review and Ministry of Education Pupil Accommodation Review Guide 2015.

The process is initiated by an 
Initial Staff Report and approval by the Board of Trustees to conduct a Pupil Accommodation Review.

An approved Pupil Accommodation Review will include:

  • The establishment of a Pupil Accommodation Committee (PARC) that holds:

    • Four working committee meetings;

    • Two PARC public meetings;

    • One or more meetings with the affected municipality and community partners;

  • The presentation of the Final Staff Report to the School Enrolment/School Capacity Committee of the Whole Board (SE/SCC). The Report includes the feedback from the PARC, the public and the affected municipality and community partners;

  • A School Enrolment/School Capacity Committee of the Whole Board (SE/SCC) meeting to hear delegations;

  • A SE/SCC recommended decision, with regard to the accommodation review, to be forwarded to the next Board meeting;

  • Board decision regarding the accommodation review;

  • Communication of the decision; and

  • The establishment of an Integration Committee, if appropriate.


The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.