TVDSB School Closures

A TVDSB media release:

Several Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford County schools closed

Several schools in Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford Counties are closed Wednesday due to bus cancellations as well as providing Board Facilities Services staff time to complete safety inspections after Tuesday’s weather event.

Students, parents and staff are advised to monitor local news and weather sources as well as their school website for the latest information. Parents and guardians are advised to use caution if they believe road and sidewalk conditions are unsafe.

All community use of schools has been cancelled at these schools. Adult. Alternative and Continuing Education sites in these areas will also be closed. Faciltiies Services staff should report to their leader for direction.

The following schools are closed:

· Adelaide – W.G.MacDonald Public School

· Aldborough Public School

· Caradoc Public School

· Caradoc North Public School

· Centennial Central Public School

· Colborne St. Public School

· Dunwich-Dutton Public School

· Delaware Central Public School

· East Williams Memorial Public School

· Ekcoe Central Public School

· Glencoe District High School

· McGillivray Central Public School

· Medway Secondary School

· Mosa Central Public School

· North Meadows Public School

· North Middlesex District High School

· Oxbow Public School

· Parkhill-West Williams Public School

· Parkview Public School

· Southdale Public School

· Strathroy District Collegiate Institute

· Valleyview Public School

· West Elgin Secondary School

· West Elgin Senior Public School

· Westminster Central Public School

· West Nissouri Public School

· Wilberforce Public School

· New Sarum Public School

· Port Stanley Public School

· South Dorchester Public School

· Southwold Public School

· Sparta Public School

· Summers’ Corners Public School

· East Oxford Central Public School

· Tollgate Central French Immersion Public School

· Zorra Highland Park Public School

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