Here are some resources we have collected from public sources or past meetings:
This presentation is similar to the one we presented at the OCDSB Board Meeting but includes some additional info for Yasir Naqvi, the MPP for Ottawa Centre, the Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services and Government House Leader. The plan is for Yasir to share this with the Minister of Education’s Chief of Staff which means they will see the results from our survey of over 1700 Stittsville residents and that the Stittsville Public High School project was #2 on the list that was approved at the meeting for submissions to the Ministry of Education in July 2015.
This presentation includes the results from our survey of over 1700 Stittsville residents that was completed in June 2015 and presented to the OCDSB Board meeting on June 16. It gives some data, that was not available before, in terms of how many students are switching to the Catholic school board or would attend Sacred Heart if a public high school does not exists when they need to make the choice. The Stittsville Public High School project was #2 on the list that was approved at the meeting for submissions to the Ministry of Education in July 2015.
This is the presentation that outlines the case for a new public high school in Stittsville from the public meeting on February 19, 2015. Over 50 concerned citizens, the meeting was attended by mayor Jim Watson, councillor Shad Qadri, public trustee Lynn Scott, Catholic trustee John Curry, and Brad McNulty from MPP Jack Maclaren’s office.
This presentation shares some stories from Stittsville residents on why we need a public high school in the community.
This presentation was given by the principal of South Carleton HS to promote the reasons why elementary students should stay in the public system and go to South Carleton. It was given at a meeting at Westwind PS.
This letter was received by a Stittsville resident to explain the process and also talk about why funding a new public high school in Stittsville was not a priority.
This map from the City Planner shows all the development happening around us in Stittsville and Kanata West.
This document contains the Business case “supplement” submitted by the Board to the Ministry in October 2013 that outlines the case for a public high school in Stittsville. (At the time, we were moved up to number 2 on the list.)