Scarborough Board of Education
|Scarborough Board of Education|
|Board office location||140 Borough Drive
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
|Chair of the Board||Gaye Dale|
|Director of Education||Earl G. Campbell|
Scarborough Board of Education (SBE) is the former public-secular school district serving Scarborough, Ontario, Canada from 1954 when it was established to 1998 it was merged into the Toronto District School Board.
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In 1992, the SBE and the Centennial College made a deal to establish an adult education centre, the Scarborough Career Planning Centre, at the Centennial College. In 1994 the entities agreed to establish the centre there beginning in the fall of that year.
Plans were made to conduct the Scarborough Alternative For Educating Troubled Youths (SAFETY) program in 1994. The program was designed for students with twenty-day suspensions, the maximum period possible, in the former Highbrook Senior Public School facility. Community protests put these plans on hold and were never materialized. Currently, the SAFETY program was later evolved into the TDSB's Caring and 'Safe School' programs.
Scarborough's schools in the south end of the city were built from the 1920 to 1960s. Older 19th and 20th century school houses were demolished to make way for large buildings as the area grew.
On the north end of the city schools were built from the 1960s to 1980s.
|Donwood Park Public School|
|Highbrook Senior Public School||closed 1980s and used as ASE|
|St Andrews Public School|
|Anson S Taylor Public School|
|Charles Gordon Senior Public School|
|Henry Kelsey Senior Public School|
|Terry Fox Public School|
|Hillside Public School|
Leased school properties
As of 1989, the Scarborough Board of Education has leased one school building to the Metropolitan Separate School Board (now the Toronto Catholic District School Board) operating as a secondary school.
Directors of Education
- Dr Reginald H. King (1896-1962) 1954-1960 
- Anson S. Taylor (1918-2007) 1961-1977
- Earl G. Campbell 1992-1997 
The board's administrative offices were located at 140 Borough Drive within the Scarborough Civic Centre and operations out of a building at 2466 Eglinton Avenue East (northside of Eglinton and west of Midland Avenue, but sold and replaced by Rainbow Village condos in 1990. Buses and board vehicles were later stored on Mclevin Avenue. The administrative offices remains in use today by the Toronto District School Board.
Hillside Outdoor Education Centre, formerly Hillside PS (SS No 4), was used for outdoor education programs and located near Rouge Park.
- Boyle, Theresa. "Adult education centre will be constructed at Centennial College." Toronto Star. January 23, 1992. Scarborough/Durham SD p. 4. Retrieved on October 8, 2013.
- Deverell, John. "'One-stop' career training centre." Toronto Star. January 27, 1994. Scarborough/Durham SD p. 3. Retrieved on October 8, 2013.
- Josey, Stan. "Class for suspended students on hold Community concern about program voiced at meeting." Toronto Star. June 30, 1994. Scarborough/Durham SD p. 6. Retrieved on October 8, 2013.
- "Secondary Schools." Toronto District School Board Scarborough Division. December 2, 1998. Retrieved on November 13, 2010.
- Scarborough Board of Education (Archive)