A timber frame shed in a remote area of eastern Ontario is being eyed as a possible site for a new school building.
The site would have about 5,000 square feet of space, according to a release from the Hitching Wood Ridge Elementary School District.
It also has a clubhouse and a school building parking lot, according.
The new school is being built at Timber Pointes site.
The district is also looking at building a playground and recreation centre at the site, as well as a playground for seniors, a tennis court, and a skate park.
The community’s elementary school was shut down in October for maintenance work.
The district has set aside $1 million to build the school.
Hitching Timber Ranch was formed in 1986.
It operates over 3,000 kilometres (2,600 miles) north of Winnipeg, with about 1,200 staff.
The school is currently under construction at Woodridge Road, about 25 kilometres (15 miles) east of Toronto.