School District 57’s Transitional Alternative Program (TAPS) is moving from its current location on the campus of the College of New Caledonia to the John McInnis Centre today.
“The success of College of New Caledonia programs has brought with it increased student enrolment and therefore the need to use all available campus space,” said CNC President Henry Reiser, in a press release.
According to a school district release, CNC had given the district until June 2019 to make the move, but has decided to do it now.
“Based on the needs of the current cohort of TAPS students and the anticipated changes in staffing expected early in the new year, the administration for the Centre for Learning Alternatives has decided to relocate the TAPS to the John McInnis Centre effective November 7, 2018,” said Curtis MacDonald, Centre for Learning Alternative Principal.
Movement of this program from the CNC campus does not affect the commitment expressed by both the College of New Caledonia and School District No. 57 to continue to work together.