Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

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Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board logo.jpg
Type and location
Country Canada
Location 20 Education Court, Hamilton, Ontario
District information
Chair of the board Todd White
Director of education Manny Figueiredo [1]
Schools 114
Budget CA$484 [1] million (2009-10)
Students and staff
Students 50,012
Other information
Website http://www.hwdsb.on.ca/

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB, known as English-language Public District School Board No. 21 prior to 1999[2]) is the public school board in the city of Hamilton, Ontario, which was formed January 1, 1997 via the amalgamation of the Hamilton and Wentworth County school boards. HWDSB teaches approximately 50,000 students in its 114 neighbourhood schools. In addition to the programming offered at 96 elementary and 18 secondary schools, a number of alternative programs focusing on sports, academics, science, arts and languages are available.[2] The current Director of Education is John Malloy.[3]

Secondary schools[edit]

School City Neighbourhood Grades
Ancaster High School Ancaster 9-12
Barton Secondary School East Mountain 9-12
Delta The Delta 9-12
Glendale Hamilton East 9-12
Mountain Secondary School West Mountain, Hamilton 9-12
Orchard Park Secondary School Stoney Creek 9-12
Saltfleet District High School Stoney Creek Mountain 9-12
Sherwood East Mountain 9-12
Sir Allan MacNab West Mountain 9-12
Sir John A Macdonald Downtown 9-12
Sir Winston Churchill Hamilton East 9-12
Waterdown District High School Waterdown 9-12
Westdale Westdale 9-12
Westmount West Mountain 9-12

Elementary schools[edit]

A.A. Greenleaf
A.M. Cunningham
Adelaide Hoodless Public School
Ancaster Meadow
Ancaster Senior Public School
Balaclava
Bellmoore
Bell-Stone
Bennetto
Beverly Central
Billy Green
Buchanan Park
C.B. Stirling
C.H.Bray
Cardinal Heights
Cathy Wever
Central
Chedoke
Collegiate Avenue
Cootes Paradise
Dalewood
Dr. J. Seaton
Dr. J.E Davey
Dundana
Dundas Central
Earl Kitchener
Eastdale
Eastmount Park
Elizabeth Bagshaw
Fessenden
Flamborough Centre
Franklin Road
G.L. Armstrong
Gatestone
Glen Brae Middle School
Glen Echo
Glenwood
Gordon Price
Green Acres
Greensville
Guy Brown
Helen Detwiler
Hess Street
Highview
Hillcrest
Holbrook
Huntington Park
James MacDonald
King George
Lake Avenue
Lawfield
Lincoln Alexander
Linden Park
Lisgar
Mary Hopkins
Memorial - Hamilton
Memorial - Stoney Creek
Millgrove
Mount Albion
Mount Hope
Mountain View
Mountview
Norwood Park
Parkdale
Pauline Johnson
Prince of Wales
Queen Mary
Queen Victoria
Queen’s Rangers
Queensdale
R.A. Riddell
R.L. Hyslop
Ray Lewis
Richard Beasley
Ridgemount
Rosedale
Rousseau
Roxborough Park
Ryerson
Sir Isaac Brock
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Sir William Osler
Spencer Valley
Strathcona
Tapleytown
Templemead
Viscount Montgomery
W.H. Ballard
Westview
Westwood
Winona
Woodward Avenue
Yorkview

Trustees[edit]

The HWDSB has 15 wards and 11 trustees, who are each elected for a four-year term. The Chair of the Board, the Vice-Chair and the Honorary Treasurer are elected at the Inaugural meeting of the Board, and serve for one year. Trustees are officials, elected to serve parents, students, taxpayers and the school system. They are the link between communities and the school board, ensuring Hamilton public schools meet the diverse needs of students in their communities.[4]

Trustees[edit]

Ward Trustee Ward Name
Ward 1+ 2 Christine Bingnam West Lower City
Ward 3 Larry Patterson Lower City
Ward 4 Ray Mulollhand East Lower City
Ward 5 Todd White Red Hill
Ward 6 Kathy Archer East Mountain
Ward 7 Dawn Danko Central Mountain
Ward 8 Wes Hicks West Mountain
Wards 9 & 10 Jeff Beatie Stoney Creek
Wards 11 & 12 Alex Johnstone Ancaster-Glanbrook
Ward 13 & 14 Greg Van Geffen Dundas
Ward 15 Penny Deathe Flamborough

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