A report dealing with recommendations for the future of Lakehead schools is headed to trustees very soon.
Superintendent of business David Wright says, as per ministry guidelines, the report is an opportunity for the public board to renew and refresh its facilities.
Wright assures that while they've experienced some enrollment decline in schools all across the city, that doesn't spell school closures.
He does note however that they'll be weighing all of their options, adding the aim is to breath new life into underused or excess space.
He says ultimately a school's fate is in the hands of trustees, and they need a lot of information before making any decisions.