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Trustee Debbie King - Ward 7

Welcome, and thank you for visiting my Ward web page.

Welcome, and thank you for visiting my web page.

It is my pleasure to be the elected public school board Trustee for Ward 7 ParkdaleHigh Park. My role is to advocate for you and your child(ren), and to represent the needs of all students and parents/guardians/caregivers across the Toronto District School Board.

On the TDSB website, and on this page, you’ll find useful Board links, including policies under review, program updates, and discussions around new initiatives to improve student success. You can also learn more about the ways you can get involved and participate in the education process, like attending Board meetings, participating in advisory committees, or exploring volunteer opportunities.

Education is a shared responsibility. I welcome and encourage your participation in our public school system.

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Warm regards,

Debbie (she/her pronouns)

Joint Ward 7 & 9 Evening Social for Parents and Caregivers of Black Children - March 1, 2024

2024 03 01 Wards 7 & 9 POBC Affinity Space poster

TDSB Wards 7 & 9 - An Evening for Parents and Caregivers of Black Children & Black Educators

Friday, March 1, 2024 - 6:00-9:00pm

Alexander Muir Gladstone PS (108 Gladstone Ave)

  • Meet and get to know each other
  • Join an interactive drumming workshop
  • Brainstorm ideas for Ward activities centred on Black Joy & Excellence
  • Catering by Heaven’s Kitchen. Child care provided


For more information, please contact: 
Trustee Debbie King, Ward 7 or Trustee Alexis Dawson, Ward 9

An Affinity Space is a designated "Brave Space" where all participants share a particular identity.

Ward Map

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Map data ©2021 Google

Parent Concern Protocol

The TDSB is a large organization but we want to help you navigate to ensure that your questions and concerns are addressed by the appropriate person.

For more information:

Read the Parent Concern Protocol.


Additional links to support engagement from local communities: