School Relocation Information

Oxford Regional Education Centre

During routine maintance checks over the summer, Oxford Regional Education Centre was found to have an issue with the masonry work that will need to be repaired while students and staff are not present.

Students from Oxford Regional Education Centre will be relocated between Pugwash District High and Cyrus Eaton Elementary. Please expand the Oxford Regional Education Centre Updates below for information on school locations and start/end times. We are still working on further school logistics. More details will be released, once confirmed. Thank you for your patience.

UPDATE: SCHOOL START DAYS

There will be a delayed start for students from Oxford Regional Education Centre attending Cyrus Eaton Elementary and Pugwash District High School. These students will start classes on Friday, September 7th. This will allow a smooth transition for students from the Oxford area by providing an extra day for staff to prepare and welcome the incoming students to their temporary class setttings.

Students from Pugwash District High School and Cyrus Eaton will start classes on Thursday, September 6th.

FLOOR PLANS & CLASS LOCATIONS

Oxford Regional Education Centre Updates (Last Updated September 20)

Students from Oxford Regional Education Centre will be relocated between Pugwash District High and Cyrus Eaton Elementary.

Grades Primary to 3 students from both Cyrus Eaton Elementary and Oxford Regional Education Centre will attend class at Cyrus Eaton Elementary.

The Pre-primary programs for Cyrus Eaton Elementary will be housed at Cyrus Eaton Elementary.

The Pre-Primary program for Oxford Regional Education Centre will be located in the Oxford area. The location and start details are currently pending the release of a final report from the engineering consultants. The report is expected to be released on Wednesday, September 19th.

Students in Grades 4-6 from both Cyrus Eaton Elementary and Oxford Regional Education Centre will attend classes at the Pugwash District High in a designated area.

Grade 7-12 students from Oxford Regional Education Centre and Pugwash District High will attend Pugwash District in a 'split shift' format. Pugwash District High students will attend class in the morning, and Oxford Regional Educational Centre students will attend in the afternoon.

We have a further update available for the start and end times for our schools.

  • Pugwash District High
    Grades 7-12         8:00 AM- 12:30 PM
  • Oxford Regional Education Centre
    Grade 7-12          12:45 PM- 5:15 PM
  • Cyrus Eaton Elementary/Oxford Regional Education Centre
    Grades P- 6         8:00 AM – 1:45 PM

UPDATE- Temporary Administrative Structure

  • P-6 Principal (CEES/OREC)–Steve Wells/li>
  • P-6 Vice-Principal (CEES/OREC)–Carmen Buchanan-Baker
  • 7-12 Principal (OREC) – Duane Starratt
  • 7-12 Vice-Principal for OREC (0.5) – TBD

Oxford Regional Education Centre Update: September 19, 2018

Starting next week, you may notice trucks and more work activity at Oxford Regional Education Centre. Contractors will be starting to repair brick work at the building. There is still an ongoing investigation to understand the full extent of the repairs needed. Once the investigation is complete, we will also know the timeline for expected return to the school.

A final report from the engineering consultants is expected this Wednesday, September 19th. Once reviewed, we will be able to release the anticipated timeline of student return and full extent of the repairs.

Additional information regarding Oxford Regional Education Centre will be added to this section of the webpage as details are confirmed. Thank you for your patience as we work through the planning process for the school relocation.

Oxford Regional Education Centre Update: September 21, 2018

Late yesterday, government received the final engineers’ report on Oxford Regional Education Centre. Provincial staff are reviewing the findings now and determining the entire scope of work and timeline for repair completion based on the recommendations. Once a site-specific repair schedule is created, we will know the confirmed timeline for students return. In the meantime, work has begun on Oxford Regional Education Centre. Fowler Construction Services is on site and has begun the work of fixing the masonry.

The findings, as well as the full scope of the needed repairs and timeline for students return, will be shared first with affected staff and families at meetings planned for next week.

Parent Information Meeting: Monday, September 24th at 7:00 PM held at the Oxford Arena

Oxford Regional Education Centre Q&A's (Last Updated September 6)

We know there are many questions regarding the school relocation. We have compiled a list of commonly asked questions and want to share with you what we do know and hopefully answer a few questions you may have. Please know we are working out the details for transportation and will communicate as information is confirmed.

What is wrong with the school?

There is a problem with the condition of the mortar securing the concrete blocks at Oxford Regional Education Centre. We are investigating these issues further. The safety of students and staff is our priority and as a result we feel we must remove them from the school until the extent of this issue is fully determined and can be remediated.

When did CCRCE find out?

In the first week of August, during the regular summer maintenance at Oxford Regional Education Centre (OREC) a concern was noted.  At that time, the concern was that there may be concrete block issues in and around the gymnasium areas that might require repairs. As a precaution, consulting engineers were sent to OREC to investigate the issue on August 9, 2018 in the gym area. The engineers in the preliminary investigation found that the extent these issues required this area to remain unoccupied until the repairs needed can be determined. It was felt it would be prudent to also look at the classroom areas by the consultants. The site visit occurred on August 17. Similar mortar issues were found and it was determined that school should be closed for the safety of students and staff.  Continued investigation is required to fully understand the scope of the issues, options and timeline.

Why do students and staff have to relocate?

Can’t the building be repaired outside of school hours? At this point, we do not have enough information to know the repair options available. On Monday, August 27th, the consultants continued to test and investigate the building’s issues. We do not yet know the results of these tests or when they will be available. Once we have the results of the investigation and testing, and the full extent of the issues involved, we will work with the province regarding the scope of work to repair and reasonable timelines related to that.

Why did we choose Pugwash?

The discovery of the full extent of the issue at OREC occurred within the third week of August. Although, we would have preferred to consult extensively with the community, this was not possible due to the constrained timeline to secure a learning space for our OREC students. To sort needed options immediately, emergency meetings were held with the Family of Schools Supervisor and the principal & VP of OREC, Operations staff as well as a number of other principals in the Cumberland Area. Many options were considered including Wallace, Springhill elementary schools and Springhill Jr/Sr High School, Amherst area schools along with Pugwash schools.   Through these discussions, it was felt that keeping the OREC students together to as great an extent as possible was an important consideration. We selected the Pugwash area due to the proximity of Cyrus Eaton and Pugwash District to each other and the reasonable distance from Oxford. As well, there was available space in the schools and the design and layout of the schools align with the needs of Public School Program (e.g. access to Biology and Chemistry labs for senior high students). In addition, the use of these two schools in close proximity allow us to keep the students together.

Do students have to go to the Pugwash schools?  Our family lives closer to…?

If you would prefer a different school, you can apply through the regular student transfer process. Any parent can request that their child or children attend a different school.  The potential receiving school analyzes whether or not they have space in the classrooms (keeping in mind class cap requirements) to accommodate this.

Why can’t we relocate in Oxford?

We are required to provide the Public School Program for all of our students.  This requires certain classroom types such as Biology and Chemistry labs, resource rooms etc.

When was the school built?

The school was officially opened in May, 2010.

What is going to happen to the students at Oxford School?

Students from Oxford Regional Education Centre will be relocated between Pugwash District High and Cyrus Eaton Elementary.

  • Grades Primary to 3 students from both Cyrus Eaton and Oxford Regional will attend class at Cyrus Eaton. Start and end times for both Cyrus Eaton & OREC Elementary will be 8am to 1:45pm
  • The Pre-primary programs for both Cyrus Eaton and Oxford Regional Education Centre will be housed at Cyrus Eaton
  • Students in Grades 4-6 from both Cyrus Eaton and Oxford Regional will attend classes at the Pugwash District in a designated area. Start and end times for both Cyrus Eaton & OREC Grade 4-6 will be 8am to 1:45pm
  • Grade 7-12 students from Oxford Regional Education Centre and Pugwash District High will attend Pugwash District High in a 'split shift' format.
  • Pugwash District High students will attend class in the morning (8am to 12:30pm), and
  • Oxford Regional High students will attend in the afternoon (12:45pm to 5:15pm).
  • Bus pick up times and locations are still being determined, and will be shared as soon as details are available, likely before the end of this week.

We are still working out other logistical details, and will ensure moving forward we will send an update to our staff before releasing publicly. Thank you for your patience.

When would you expect the repairs to be completed?

At this point, we and the province do not have enough information to know the appropriate repairs options available or when we will be able to start the repair work. On Monday, August 27th, work and testing started to further investigate the building’s issue. Once the results of the investigation and testing, and the full extent of the issues involved are known, the scope of work to repair and reasonable timelines related can be determined As soon as this is known it this will be shared with the community.

When will the students be able to return to their school?

The source of the mortar and bracing issues are being investigated and when the cause of the issue is determined and the repair work is complete, we will have a better sense of when students will be able to return to Oxford Regional Education Centre.

Has anyone thought about Extra Curricular activities?

The Principals and staff at Oxford Regional Education Centre, Pugwash District High, and Cyrus Eaton Elementary are currently working on strategies for the existing sports programs and other extracurricular activities provided at all schools. We will have more information once details are confirmed.

Why no public consultation?

The discovery of the full extent of the issue at Oxford Regional Education Centre (OREC) occurred within the third week of August. Although, we would have preferred to consult extensively with the community, this was not possible due to the constrained timeline to secure a learning space for our OREC students. To sort needed options immediately, emergency meetings were held with the Family of Schools Supervisor and the principal & VP of OREC, Operations as well as a number of other principals in the Cumberland Area. Once we have the results of the investigation and testing, and the full extent of the issues involved, we will work with the province regarding the scope of work to repair and reasonable timelines related to that.

Can there be an adjustment to the start/end times?

We hear the concerns of the community. At this time, the start/end times are set within a temporary plan to allow us to start school next week. Once we find out the scope of the issue and the timeline for the fix, we will explore (in consultation with the parents/guardians) other options for a long-term contingency plan if necessary.

On the website you had changed the start times for the elementary students, why did you change this?

The information was released on a Facebook Post before the times were confirmed. The post was taken down as soon as it was discovered and the correct times were posted to the CCRCE website. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

I’m concerned my child will be on the bus for an unacceptable period of time. What can you do to change this?

We constantly try to minimize the bus route times whenever possible on all our bus routes across the region with the resources available. We will continue to look at alternative options for a long-term contingency plan if required.

Why can’t the school be conducted in portables in Oxford?

We will continue to look at alternative options for a long-term contingency plan if required. At this time, portables were not a viable option for a temporary plan to allow students to return to school next week.

What are your short/medium/ long-term plans?

Our long-term plan is for students to return to the Oxford school once repairs are complete. We are still waiting on the results from the review and testing to help us determine the scope of the issue, repair, and timeline.

In the meantime, the temporary plan is for Oxford students to relocate to Pugwash District High School and Cyrus Eaton Elementary.

Once we receive the results from the review and testing, we will consult with the community to help determine options for a long-term contingency plan if necessary.

My child has special needs and I don’t know who to speak with to discuss their transition plan and transportation.

Please contact our Chignecto Family of Schools, Student Services Consultant, Shelly Roberts at 902-597-4207.

Where will the Grade 4-6 be in the high school? Will they be mixed with the other high school students?

No. There is a section of PDHS that is just for Grades 4-6 students. It is the circular section of the school (second floor). There was a deliberate attempt to keep students together in their own area. It should be noted the Art Room is also located in the section and will be periodically occupied by older students.

Will the learning center still be accessible for students?

Yes. OREC students will have access to a Learning Center environment at PDHS.

Will the condensed instruction time impact university requirements?

No. Students will be able to take the same courses they chose last spring towards their graduation requirements. Teachers will appropriately compact curriculum and ensure all required, course-specific outcomes are covered.

If I need to contact my child, who do I contact at the school?

Please phone the appropriate school office. The numbers are as follows:

  • If your child is in the Cyrus Eaton building (All grades Primary to 3 students from both Cyrus Eaton and OREC), call the Cyrus Eaton office at 902-243-3900
  • If your child is in the Pugwash District High School building and is in Grades 4 to 6 (from either Cyrus Eaton or OREC), call the Pugwash District High School building at 902-243-3930
  • If your Grade 7 to 12 student is in the Pugwash District High School building in the morning (PDHS students), call 902-243-3930
  • If your Grade 7 to 12 student is in the Pugwash District High School building in the afternoon (OREC students), call 902-447-4513

What will be the safety protocol on the bus? Will there be Chaperones?

The safety protocols on the transportation to Pugwash from Oxford will be the same as all buses within the CCRCE region. If there is an issue on a bus, the bus driver will address it immediately. For safety information for new bus riders, please check out our bus safety page on the CCRCE website.

Can someone check if students are there in the morning off the bus? How do we know students arrived to school safe?

There is a safe school arrival plan being put in place for all schools. This means that we have a list of all students eligible for each bus and any child that doesn’t arrive, the parent will receive a phone call home.

Why do the Pugwash students, who have to travel the least amount of distance, gets the morning shift?

All options were explored when developing the temporary plan. We will continue to look at alternative options for a long-term contingency plan if required.

I have specific questions on bussing. Who can I talk to?

lease contact our Cumberland County bus garage at (902) 661-2533.

Was Wentworth or Northport considered to house younger elementary children?

Multiple locations and configurations were considered when creating the temporary plan for the Oxford students. Both options would have required students broken up between multiple buildings at multiple locations, which would further complicate and lengthen bus routes.

Who decided where my child was going to as a temporary location?

Our Region has what we refer to as a Business Continuity Team comprised of Senior Management and Operations staff who follow a process to respond to any unanticipated events such as the temporary closure of a school.

This is the team, along with local school administration that has conducted the careful analysis of all available options.  Given the time frame and our mandate to effectively deliver the Public School Program, the temporary relocation scenario that has been developed and announced was the recommendation of the team.

Will Oxford still have sports team?

Yes. School principals and staff are currently looking at various locations and times to allow the school sports teams to continue with their athletic programs.

What will the lunch access look like for Oxford students coming in mid-day? Will students have time to access a hot lunch?

There will be snacks available for students to access. The cafeteria will be open. Details of the menus will be announced shortly.

Will there be a breakfast program?

Yes, a breakfast program will be provided for all students at both Cyrus Eaton and Pugwash District buildings.

My child goes to high school part-time. On the days the students only have one class, where will they go for their spares?

Part-time students are to see their administration regarding acceptable locations and procedures during their off classes.

Will teachers have the needed resources/material at the new school?

Yes. The class material and other resources and items from OREC have been moved to both Cyrus Eaton and Pugwash District. They have been unpacked in their new classroom and teachers are busy getting classrooms ready for students to return.

What happened to the school supply money we have provided?

The school supply money collected by teachers is still for school supplies for their class. If any school supplies were at Oxford Regional, they have been moved to the new school for the opening of classes this week.

My child is a walker and will be picked up at the Curling Club/Arena on Waverly Road (Exhibition Grounds). How will my child know which bus to go on?

The buses that will be at the Oxford Curling Club/Arena on Waverly Road for both the P-6 and Grade 7-12 pick-ups will be #199, #201 & #250. These same three buses will take the students home at the end of the day.

There will be staff at the bus stop tomorrow morning taking names of the students getting on each bus and giving the driver the bus list to share with the schools. In addition, the school will receive the same list before the students arrive at the school. Staff will cross reference the names as students get off to ensure safe arrival. The students will be given the same bus number (as in the morning) at the end of the day and get on that bus for departure in the afternoon. This will be the students’ bus number until further notice.

Students’ names will be added to the list if they are not in school on the first day. The bus lists with students’ names will allow staff to know if someone has missed the bus and will allow the safe arrival plan to be put in place. If a student does not arrive on the bus that they was supposed to, it will trigger a call home to parents/guardians.

If a bus is running late, we always post it on the CCRCE website, Facebook and twitter pages- with the bus number and amount of time it will be running late.

I have more questions, who can I talk to?

We have a dedicated webpage on the CCRCE website to update parents and the community as more details are confirmed. For specific about the school relocation, you can email us at ORECInfo@ccrce.ca or call our hotline at 1-800-770-0008. Open between 8:30 AM-4:30 PM

Additional information regarding Oxford Regional Education Centre will be added to this section of the webpage as details are confirmed. Thank you for your patience as we work through the planning process for the school relocation.

Student Transportation: Oxford Regional Education Centre, Pugwash District High, and Cyrus Eaton Elementary

For all schools - On the first day of school, we always suggest that parents allow extra time to have children at the bus stop locations a few minutes early.

For all parents/students regarding any school -  Any questions regarding travel times should be directed to the transportation supervisor serving your family of schools.

Oxford Regional Education Centre Primary to 6

Morning Pick-ups

  • All bus routes and stop locations will remain the same.
  • All bus pick up times will be approximately 1 hour earlier than the previous year.

Bus Route Information

  • All six buses currently serving the Oxford areas will have the same bus routes and stop locations.
  • Oxford Walkers will be picked up at the Oxford Curling Club on Waverly Street (on the exhibition grounds) between 7:15 AM and 7:25 AM.
  • There will be a monitor at the Curling Club for morning pick ups and afternoon drop offs.
  • The buses that will be at the Oxford Curling Club/Arena on Waverly Road for both the P-6 and Grade 7-12 pick-ups will be #199, #201 & #250. These same three buses will take the students home at the end of the day. There will be staff at the bus stop tomorrow morning taking names of the students getting on each bus and giving the driver the bus list to share with the schools. In addition, the school will receive the same list before the students arrive at the school. Staff will cross reference the names as students get off to ensure safe arrival. The students will be given the same bus number (as in the morning) at the end of the day and get on that bus for departure in the afternoon. This will be the students’ bus number until further notice. Students’ names will be added to the list if they are not in school on the first day. The bus lists with students’ names will allow staff to know if someone has missed the bus and will allow the safe arrival plan to be put in place. If a student does not arrive on the bus that they was supposed to, it will trigger a call home to parents/guardians.

Afternoon Drop Offs

  • Bus routes and stop locations will be the same. Drop off times will be approximately 25 minutes later than the previous year.
  • Pugwash District High School & Cyrus Eaton Elementary Primary- 6.
  • Oxford walkers will be dropped off at the Oxford Curling Club on Waverly Street between 2:00 PM and 2:10 PM.

Cyrus Eaton Elementary P-6 (heading to Cyrus Eaton P-3 & Pugwash District 4-6)

Morning Pick ups

  • All starting bus routes and stop locations will remain the same.
  • Bus #80, Bus #139, and Bus #275 pick-up times will be approximately 1 hour earlier than the previous year.
  • Bus #90, Bus #84, and Bus #76 will be approximately 45 minutes earlier than the previous year.

Bus Route Information

  • Bus #80 (Ed Patriquin) Encompasses Wentworth, New Annan Road, Hunter Road, Mahoney & Route 368 truck route to Pugwash District and Cryus Eaton.
  • Bus #139 (Peter Reid) Encompasses Swallow Road, Wentworth area, Lake Road, Route 307 to Wallace School to Cyrus Eaton Elementary and Pugwash District.
  • Bus #275 (Larry Rushton) Encompasses Lincoln, Hwy 366, Tony Bay, Shinimacas Road to Hwy 6, Lake Kalarney, Pugwash side, West Linden, Lower Shore Road (Hwy 366), Port Howe Hwy 6 between Pugwash River Road and Murray Road area.
  • Bus #80, Bus #139, and Bus #275 pick-up times will be approximately 1 hour earlier than the previous year.
  • Bus #90 (Colin Brownell) Encompasses Pugwash Point, Gulf Shore, North Wallace. Picks up at Wallace, Pugwash District walkers.
  • Bus #84 (Andy Williams) Encompasses Pugwash River Road, Conns Mills, Victoria Heartford, Pugwash Junction, Crowley Road area.
  • Bus #76 (Tom Cooper) Encompasses Rockley, Hwy 6 Lower Pugwash River Road, Murrary Road, Brick Yard, Rabbittown Road, Hwy 6 to the Abetou Road, North Wallace Bay Road, McFarland Miller Road, Irish Town areas.
  • Bus #90, Bus #84, and Bus #76 will be approximately 45 minutes earlier than the previous year.

Afternoon Drop Offs

  • Bus routes and stops will be the same. Drop off times will be approximately 50 minutes earlier than the previous year.

     

Wallace Area Students

  • All bus routes, bus stops, pick up and drop off times will remain the same within a few minutes for Wallace Elementary students.
  • For Wallace area Grade 7-12 students who attend Pugwash District High school students will be picked up one hour earlier at the same bus stop locations.
  • The high school students will be transferred at Wallace Elementary to board a bus to take them to Pugwash District High School.

     

Pugwash District High Grades 7-12

Morning Pick-up

  • All bus routes, bus stop locations will remain the same for high school students. Students will be picked up approximately 1 hour earlier than the previous year.

Afternoon Drop Off

  • Leave Pugwash District at 12:30 PM, will have the same routes and stop locations as the previous year. The students will be dropped off at their bus locations approximately 2 ½ hours earlier than the previous year.

     

Oxford Regional Education Centre Grades 7-12

Morning Pick-up

  • All routes and stop locations are the same as last year. All buses pick up times will be approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes later than the previous year allowing students to arrive at Pugwash District at 12:30 PM.
  • Oxford walkers will be picked up at the Oxford Curling Club on Waverly Street between 12:00 pm and 12:15 pm
  • There will be a monitor at the Curling Club for morning pick ups and afternoon drop offs.
  • The buses that will be at the Oxford Curling Club/Arena on Waverly Road for both the P-6 and Grade 7-12 pick-ups will be #199, #201 & #250. These same three buses will take the students home at the end of the day. There will be staff at the bus stop tomorrow morning taking names of the students getting on each bus and giving the driver the bus list to share with the schools. In addition, the school will receive the same list before the students arrive at the school. Staff will cross reference the names as students get off to ensure safe arrival. The students will be given the same bus number (as in the morning) at the end of the day and get on that bus for departure in the afternoon. This will be the students’ bus number until further notice. Students’ names will be added to the list if they are not in school on the first day. The bus lists with students’ names will allow staff to know if someone has missed the bus and will allow the safe arrival plan to be put in place. If a student does not arrive on the bus that they was supposed to, it will trigger a call home to parents/guardians.

Afternoon Drop Off

  • Leave Pugwash District at 5:15 PM-5:20PM. Please estimate the drop off times at bus stops will be 2 hours and 35 minutes later than the previous year. Bus routes and stops are the same as pick up locations.
  • Oxford walkers will be dropped off at the Oxford Curling Club on Waverly Street between 5:40 pm and 5:45 pm

Frank H. MacDonald Elementary
During recent renovations taking place at Frank H MacDonald Elementary, a structure issue was recently uncovered that will need to be repaired. This means school will not open as previously scheduled in September.

It's important that our students' learning year is not disrupted so while repairs and further renovations are underway, the Primary to Grade 4 classes will relocate to East Pictou Middle School. Bussing will not be affected. The Pre-Primary class scheduled to open this September will relocate to Thorburn Consolidated.

Frank H. MacDonald Updates

Additional information regarding Frank H. MacDonald Elementary and Dr. W.A. MacLeod will be added to this section of the webpage as details are confirmed. Thank you for your patience as we work through the planning process for the school relocation for Frank H. MacDonald Elementary.

Frank H. MacDonald Relocation Q&A's

As we are still in the early stages of planning, we have limited details on the logistics of the student relocation. We did want to share with you what we do know and hopefully answer a few initial questions you may have.

How long will the repair take to complete at Frank H. MacDonald?

There is an ongoing investigation to determine the extent of the issue. Once the scope of the issue has been reported, we will be able determine the amount of time for the repair and the amount of time students and staff will be at their relocations.

Will my child go on the same bus or have the same bus stop?

Yes, no changes will be made to bussing.

Will my child have the same class/teacher next year?

Yes, we are working to keep classes with their assigned teachers and classmates.

Can we tour the school my child will now attend to help orientate ourselves with the new location?

We are planning an orientation open house session for incoming students and families to visit their new locations. More details including date and times will follow in the near future.

What will happen to my child’s Pre-Primary class?

The Pre-primary Program will continue and be offered at Thorburn Consolidated. For additional questions on changes to Pre-Primary, please contact Nicki Beck, Pre-Primary Program Manager, at BeckNL@ccrce.ca

I have more questions, who can I talk to?

We have a dedicated webpage on the CCRCE website to update parents and the community as more details are confirmed. Please send specific questions about the relocation to FHMInfo@ccrce.ca.

It is important to note that CCRCE has written confirmation from the Engineers that all buildings are safe for people to work within for the next few weeks. We understand the inconvenience of this news.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we work to put a plan in place to ensure we have a smooth transition for the start of the 2018-2019 school year.

Have a specific question?

  • Please send emails related to the Frank H. MacDonald Elementary School Relocation to FHMInfo@ccrce.ca
  • For inquirues related to Oxford Regional Education Centre, please send emails to ORECInfo@ccrce.ca

Due to volume, please expect a delayed response time.

Or call our School Relocation Hotline at 1-800-770-0008. Open between 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM