School Accommodation Review CE01. Christ the King, St. Josaphat, St. Teresa. AGENDA. INTRODUCTION HISTORY OF THE ARC PROCESS CITY OF TORONTO AGREEMENT PROJECT FUNDING MINISTRY OF EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS RECENT CAPITAL APPROVALS NEW SCHOOL DESIGN/FEASIBILITY STUDY Q & A.
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Christ the King, St. Josaphat, St. Teresa
At the meeting of the Ministry Supervisor (The Board) on November 11, 2009 the following recommendation was approved:
"that Christ the King and St. Teresa be consolidated effective June 30, 2012, to a new school located on approximately 2.19 acres of land fronting on Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, southwest of Kipling Avenue and Lakeshore Boulevard West, subject to availability of additional proceeds of disposition."
At the meeting of the Ministry Supervisor (The Board) on December 9, 2009 the following recommendations were approved:
“St. Josaphat is to be relocated to the St. Teresa site effective June 30, 2012;
Christ the King located at 3672 Lakeshore Blvd. West and the former Brother Edmund Rice Catholic Secondary School, located at 44 Pelham Avenue is to be declared surplus to the needs of the Board effective June 30, 2010; and
A comprehensive review of all Eastern Rite schools, including service area boundaries and transportation is to be undertaken.”
Christ the King
The above timeline represents normal timelines. Recent experience with regulatory authorities reveals that regulatory approvals are more time-consuming than originally estimated, and can affect new school opening timelines