Even though there's a funding shortfall, four more public schools in Hamilton will get full-day kindergarten in the next school year.
The Education Ministry has capped the funding at just over 45-hundred students.
But the four additional schools will mean the board will top that cap by more than 400.
It will lead to a funding gap of 2.3-million dollars.
Trustees have decided to stay on the original course.
Since 2010, 40 of the city’s public schools have been outfitted for full-day kindergarten.