The Algoma District School Board is looking at consolidating three east end schools including Queen Elizabeth, Anna McCrea and Parkland School.
The board is expected to place all three schools under the accommodation review once the Province lifts a moratorium on school closures. The Province stopped school closures as a temporary measure in 2017.
All three schools fall in the 75 to 85 year span.
One possibility is constructing a new school to consolidate the three aging elementary schools on the property of the former Sir James Dunn High School. The ADSB still own that property.
In the last 15 years the ADSB has sold about 22 properties in the city and Algoma District including Bay View, Manitou Park , Rosedale and William Merrifield public schools.