14 J oN oa - Q BW NEWS S JULIE SLACK © wv . TF Milton Canadian Champion > |email@example.com The Halton District School Board held an offi- cial groundbreaking cere- mony yesterday (Nov. 27) for the new Milton south- west high school, located at 1410, Bronte St. S. (between Louis St. Laurent and Bri- tannia Road). At an October board meeting, Halton Dis- trict School Board (HDSB) trustees approved the un- dertaking of a boundary re- view for the new Milton SW No. 1 high school to address the growth occurring in southwest Milton. The boundary review will alleviate enrolment pressure at other Milton high schools and accommo- date new development within the community. The school, which is an- OUR WEEKLY woman driving the Volks- 825-4747. Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious crash on ticipated to open in fall 2021, NEWSLETTER AT wagen Jetta trapped and Or call Crime Stoppers Nipissing Road in Milton Wednesday (Nov. 20) that has left a has a construction budget INSIDEHALTON.COM requiring extrication. at 1-800-222-8477. driver with severe injuries. NEW HIGH SCHOOL FEATURES UNIQUE TEACHING LAYOUTS of $37.6 million. HDSB has awarded the architectural tender to Hos- sack and Associates Archi- tects Ine. of Mississauga, and the construction con- tract to Everstrong Con- struction of Georgetown. The three-storey accessible school will feature 21st-cen- tury teaching layouts, air conditioning with individu- al classroom controls, triple gym, bus lay-by and a stu- dent drop-off area. It will al- so have a Community Path- ways Program hub, which will accommodate two classrooms with a common Kitchen area and sensory room. SIGN UP FOR 'WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED AFTER CRASH INVOLVING CEMENT TRUCK LOUIE ROSELLA Irosella@metroland.coin A 42-year-old woinan suffered serious injuries after a crash involving a car and cement truck last week. The collision occurred on Nipissing Road near Thompson Road South just before 4 p.m. Nov. 20. Milton firefighters also responded as part of the ce- ment truck impaled the ve- hiele, leaving the Milton The driv®r was extricat- ed after being stuck for some 30 minutes. Her passenger, a 5 year-old boy, received mi- nor injuries and was treat- ed at the scene, while a Hal- ton police officer was in- jured during the extrica- tion and: is receiving treatment in hospital, Staff Sgt. Paul Davies said in a news release Wednesday night Anyone with informa- tion can call police at 905- Staff photos by Graham Paine/Torstar - SCADDABUSH ITALIAN KITCHEN & BAR® NOW OPEN IN BURLINGTON 2429 FAIRVIEW STREET AT GUELPH LINE ENJOY 10% OFF *Dine-in only. One-time use. No cash value. Discount applies to food and non alcoholic beverages only. 'Offer is exclusive of taxes and gratuities. Coupon is valid 4 for a maximum of 4 guests. One coupon per table. One time use only. Not valid with any other offers, discounts or promotions. Please present this coupon to redeem this | offer. Valid only at SCADDABUSH Italian Kitchen & Bar Burlington location. Ofter expires August 31, 2020. (SC_20% NEWS) ; Eh bd rues 523-497-965 ] insidehalton.com Ee.