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Weir Elementary School is a two-storey building built in 1963 and named after Dr. George M. Weir, the Minister of Education in the late 1930s and early 1940s. In the year 2000, a new eight room addition to the school was completed. The school population is approximately 460 students from Kindergarten to Grade 7.
"To create a safe, accepting and challenging learning environment that provides all students with opportunities to build self-confidence, to reach their potential and to value life-long learning."