Summerland Secondary getting $1.2 renovation

Summerland Secondary School is pictured in this Google Street View image.
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SUMMERLAND - The province is spending $1.1 million to upgrade the aging Summerland Secondary School.

The renovation will include an upgrade of the school’s exterior and the roof will be replaced, according to a media release announcing the capital funding.

The Okanagan Skaha School District will kick in $100,000 towards the project.

The school board voted in March to close Trout Creek Elementary, reconfigure Summerland Secondary to accommodate students from Grades 8 to 12 and reconfigure Giant’s Head Elementary due to a lack of provincial operational funding.

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