2006 70 29 217 323 Richmond Hill Green tick Green tick, Head of Lake Purchase 1806 - additional lands to the west of Toronto in what is southern part of Mississauga Ontario Oakville and Burlington excluding small tracts covered in Treaty 22 (Mississauga and Oakbille) and Brant Tract Treaty No 18 1797 (Burlington), As-Sadiq Islamic Schools. . .
! 7 Presidents 3.2 Religion 9 Education The TDSB is the largest school board in Canada and the 4th largest in North America. the record was previously held by the Metropolitan Separate School Board with over 100,000 students until 1998 what is now the Toronto Catholic District School Board There are more than 250,000 students in nearly 600 schools within the TDSB Of these schools 451 offer elementary education 102 offer secondary level education and there are five adult day schools the TDSB has 16 alternative elementary schools as well as 20 alternative secondary schools TDSB has approximately 31,000 permanent and 8,000 temporary staff which includes 10,000 elementary school teachers and 5,800 at the secondary level Parent and Community involvement occurs at all levels of the school board system from parental involvement at local schools the involvement of local organizations at the school level and formal advisory committees at the Board level There has also been an effort to include more student involvement in the Toronto District School Board the "Super Council" is an organization which acts as a student council for the entire board. There has also been an attempt to place student input in the TDSB's Equity Department through the second and last board-wide student group: Students Working Against Great Injustice. Both groups have put together various events and have had much success in giving input towards the decisions of the Board The TDSB actively recruits students from outside of Canada and attracts students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 charging international students up to $14,000 per year to study in Toronto Trustees.