Construction of four new Saskatoon Public Schools' elementary schools is continuing with completion scheduled in time for the start of classes in September 2017.
Building and site plans for the four joint-use elementary schools -- Sylvia Fedoruk School in the Evergreen neighbourhood, Ernest Lindner School in Hampton Village, Colette Bourgonje School in Rosewood and Chief Whitecap School in the Stonebridge neighbourhood of Saskatoon can be viewed by clicking on the images below.
In addition, high-definition cameras located at each of the construction sites are providing still photo video of work taking place on the new Saskatoon schools.
The Government of Saskatchewan, in partnership with Joint Use Mutual Partnership which is building the schools, have installed webcams at each of the sites to allow people to view real-time progress taking place on the construction of 18 elementary schools being built on nine sites across the province.
Joint-use schools consist of a public and Catholic school located in the same building, with each school owned and operated by the respective school divisions. The joint-use schools are designed with the community in mind. Each facility will have a 90-space early learning childcare centre, and the community will have after-school access to a community resource centre, gymnasium and multi-purpose rooms.
The nine joint-use sites across the province include the four locations in Saskatoon, along with three in Regina and one in each of Martensville and Warman.
For more information visit the province’s Joint-Use Schools Project webpage or its webcams and plans page.