REGINA – A servicing agreement for a new kindergarten to Grade 8 joint-use school facility in the Harbour Landing area of Regina has been signed.
The agreement between the Government of Saskatchewan and the City of Regina means tendering for installation of services is anticipated to begin in February, a release said.
“Schools are a hub of every Saskatchewan community and the new Harbour Landing joint-use school facility will serve families who live in the area for decades into the future. We are excited to work on this project with our partners, the City of Regina, Regina Public Schools and Regina Catholic Schools,” said Saskatchewan Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill in the release.
The joint-use school facility will be built on 11 acres of land located on the corner of Gordon Road and Campbell Street, in the constituency of Regina Pasqua and is set to accommodate up to 500 Regina Public and up to 350 Regina Catholic students with plans to include a child care centre. The design phase of the project already underway.