The York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB) is undertaking a review and update of its Long Term Accommodation Plan. The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) is a comprehensive planning document illustrating the utilization of current facilities, and possible accommodation initiatives to address the changing demographics within York Region with consideration of the YCDSB’s Planning Principles (see below).
The development and implementation of the Long-Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) is a critical component to the success of the Board’s Multi-Year Strategic Plan. Guided by Ministry of Education expectations and the Board’s Strategic Plan, the LTAP will provide the framework and tools to integrate program, capital and facility renewal projects in one comprehensive approach.
In order to demonstrate the Board’s strategic commitment to “effective use of resources”, the LTAP will target sustainable solutions to specifically address and identify the Board’s:
- Surplus space and growth needs;
- Sustainability of facility needs for “current” programs;
- Opportunities for “New Programs & Partnerships”; and,
- Opportunities to “redirect” fixed resources.
This survey relates to the information contained within the Draft LTAP. While participation in the survey is voluntary, feedback will provide insight from various stakeholders regarding the information contained within the document.
The LTAP is anticipated to be brought to the Board of Trustees for approval at the May 28, 2019 Board Meeting, where a summary of the feedback collected will also be provided to the Board of Trustees. No individuals or schools will be identified in the feedback summary.