About 50 people gathered downtown to protest local school closures.
Demonstrators took it into the Board of Education where an open house was being held carrying signs that read “FOR SALE: Education.”
Eight schools scheduled to be torn down by 2015, three on the mountain, three in the lower city and two in Dundas.
Accommodation reviews that took place over the past year and a half also led to the closure of two elementary schools in a bid to cut costs and empty seats.
Protestors are hoping the school board will revisit some of those decisions.