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We're hiring qualified and unqualified occasional staff

Trillium Lakelands District School Board is currently seeking applicants for the following positions in both elementary and secondary schools across the Board as part of our strategy to support classrooms and schools:

– Teachers
– Educational assistants
– Early childhood educators

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2022-2027 TLDSB
Strategic Plan

Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) is committed to understanding and meeting the learning needs of all students.

This broadly-defined plan with two strategic goals is aimed at creating a future where students develop the competencies, understandings, self-confidence, and resiliency to lead healthy, successful, and fulfilling lives.

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Media release: Kindergarten registration for September 2023 is open
LINDSAY, ON – Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) has opened registration for Kindergarten....

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Feb 7

All Day
Safer Internet Day

Feb 11

All Day
International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Feb 14

All Day
Valentine’s Day
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Committee of the Whole Meeting of the Board

Feb 15

All Day
Feast of the Meeting of The Lord (Orthodox Christianity - Julian calendar)
National Flag of Canada Day
Nirvana Day (Mahāyāna Buddhism)

Feb 17

All Day
Isra'a Wal Miraj (Islam)
Random Acts of Kindness Day (International)

Feb 18

All Day
Maha Shivaratri (Hinduism)

Feb 20

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Family Day
Family Day

Mission: Better together
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TLDSB Land Acknowledgement

Trillium Lakelands District School Board, as a learning organization, acknowledges that we learn, live, and work on the traditional lands and waters of the Ojibway Nation and the Huron/Wendat Nation, and now includes communities from the Mohawk Nation, the Pottawatomi Nation and the Métis Nation of Ontario. Under the One Dish With One Spoon Treaty, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Anishinaabe Peoples agreed to share and care for this territory for the benefit of future generations. We acknowledge their stewardship throughout the ages.

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