Peel District School Board trustees approved the names of four new elementary schools at the Regular Meeting of the Board on Feb. 10. Aylesbury, Castle Oaks, Churchville, and Springbrook public schools will serve students from kindergarten to grade 8 in Brampton communities.
“We’re excited for four new wonderful opportunities to inspire success, confidence and hope in our students,” says Brian Woodland, director of communications and community relations at the Peel board. “These schools will respond to the continued growth and development in Brampton.”
The new school names and locations are:
Parents can find out if their child lives within the boundaries of these new schools by visiting www.peelschools.org/findyourschool.
- Aylesbury Public School is located at 25 Aylesbury Dr.
- Castle Oaks Public School is located at 155 Castle Oaks Cross.
- Churchville Public School, named for its local community, is located at 90 Bonnie Braes Dr.
- Springbrook Public School, named for its local community, is located at 145 Jordensen Dr.
In addition to the four new schools, the Peel board is opening one re-built school, Alloa Public School, for the 2015-16 school year.
The Peel board serves more than 153,000 students in kindergarten to grade 12. Operating 242 schools in the municipalities of Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga, the Peel board is the largest employer in the Peel Region.
Brian Woodland, Director of Communications, [email protected], 905-890
1010, ext. 2812
Kayla Tishcoff, School Communications Specialist, [email protected],
905-890-1010, ext. 2239