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LRSD board to hold public consultation

Community members invited to hear school board’s priorities and join the discussion

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The Louis Riel School Board is inviting community members to an upcoming public consultation to help steer the board’s future direction.

The event — titled "LRSD Priorities: A Future You Want For Your Children and the 2014/15 Budget" — will be held at the division’s Legacy Conference Centre (900 St. Mary’s Rd.) on Weds., Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. and will include a presentation and discussion, and individuals will be invited to share their thoughts and provide feedback.

Organizers say the event will focus on the board’s three priorities — active citizenship, academic success and student engagement — and promote discussion about the board’s aspirations for the future and its role in improving schools for the division’s students. Attendees will also learn about the division’s 2014/15 budget.

Individuals interested in attending the consultation are asked to RSVP Pat Trottier at pat.trottier@lrsd.net by Fri., Nov. 22.

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