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Ward Council Meetings

Ward Councils provide an opportunity for parent representatives from schools in the Ward to meet with their local School Trustee to discuss issues of common concern. Ward Councils are also an opportunity for School Trustees to inform parents about matters under consideration by the Board and to get their responses. In this way, parents are able to have input into Board decisions affecting not only their own schools but also the whole Board.

Information about past and upcoming Ward Councils will be posted here.


Upcoming Ward Council Meeting Dates

 

2018_10_02 P. Gough Ward 3 Meeting What's Up with Sex Education in the TDSB?

Confused about what's in and what's out in the Health and Physical Education curriculum? You're not alone. Come to this interactive workshop to hear TDSB education experts explain the current state of affairs on this hot topic.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

7-8:30pm

Karen Kain School of the Arts (60 Berl Avenue, Etobicoke)

To register your child for our childminding craft party during the meeting, please email araz.hasserjian@tdsb.on.ca. Available for children ages 4 - 10.

 

 

April 25th, 2017 Ward Council Meeting at KKSA

Conversation with Superintendent Sandra Tondat

 

Special performance courtesy of some talented KKSA students

Trustee Gough with special guest speaker Gil Penalosa from 8-80 Cities

2016-2017 Meeting Minutes


Ward Council Minutes June 1, 2017

Ward Council Minutes March 28, 2017

Ward Council Minutes March 2, 2017

Long-Term Program and Accommodation Strategy - Ward 3: Etobicoke- Lakeshore  

Presentation by Daniel Castaldo, Manager - TDSB Planning Department

Ward Council Minutes January 19, 2017

Child Care and Before-&-After School Programs in TDSB Schools                                                                                                 Presentation by Exec. Superintendent, Colleen Russell-Rawlins and Child Care Services Manager, Louise Humphreys 

I have also linked some additional items that may be of interest regarding Before and After School Programs, recently provided by The Ministry of Education. You can read the memo sent to Ontario Directors of Education here and the Policies and Guidelines outlined for Ontario School Boards here.

Ward Council Minutes November 15, 2016

Ward Council Minutes October 27, 2016

School Travel Planning at Second Street Junior Middle School                                                                                           Presentation by Armi De Francia, School Travel Planning Facilitator at Green Communities Canada

A Guide to Safer Streets near Schools                                                                                                                                  Presentation by Katie Wittmann, Urban Fellow Research Associate with the City of Toronto

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