As part of the governance role of the Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) trustees, these individuals participate in statutory, standing, advisory, and ad hoc committees of the Board.
Further information about TLDSB Board committees can be found in TLDSB By-law 15: Board Committees.
Committee meetings will have an in-person and electronic access option. Locations and dates are draft and to be confirmed. Committee members will be notified once finalized.
The Audit Committee works with internal and external auditors in relation to the Board’s financials, per regulation 361/10.
Committee membership includes trustees and external representatives.
DSC-PIC helps parents/guardians to engage in their child’s education, as well as provides opportunities for parents/guardians to have a voice that will be taken into account at the Board level. Operates per regulation 612/00.
Committee membership includes trustees and school council chairs.
Meetings start at 6 p.m.
The Equity Task Force provides feedback related to the TLDSB three-year Equity Plan and equity and inclusion in TLDSB.
Meetings start at 3 p.m.
The Finance Committee provides input into financial and operational considerations of the Board.
Committee membership is composed of trustees, and the committee is supported by Business Services staff.
The G7 Student Senate includes trustee and student representatives. The seven secondary school student representatives (G7) promote student voice and plan Board-wide events.
Virtual meetings via Google Meet start at 4:15 p.m.
In-person meeting at the Haliburton County Education Centre from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Governance and Policy Committee provides input and leadership into governance matters related to the Board and the role of the trustees. The committee is responsible for development and review of Board policy.
Membership is composed of trustees, and is supported by the director of education and senior administration staff.
The Indigenous Education Advisory Committee is advisory in nature and includes trustees, Indigenous partners, and Board staff. The committee discusses issues and provides feedback related to Indigenous Education, achievement, and truth and reconciliation in TLDSB.
Meetings start at 10 a.m.
The Program and Planning Committee provides input into curriculum programs and initiatives to ensure alignment with the Board’s Strategic Plan goals.
Committee membership is composed of trustees, and the committee is supported by Curriculum Services staff.
Contact the office of the superintendent of learning responsible for:
Kindergarten to Grade 8 Curriculum via executive assistant, Cheryl Evans, by phone at extension 21233 or by email at [email protected].
Secondary Curriculum via executive assistant, Lisa Dow, by phone at extension 22147 or by email at [email protected].
SEAC provides feedback and input to the Board and administration regarding Special Education policies, procedures, programs, and budgets per regulation 464/97.
Committee membership includes trustees, community representatives, and local organization representation.
Meetings start at 5pm