Thames Valley District School Board

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Thames Valley District School Board
TVDSB
Location
London, Ontario
Greater London and all of Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford Counties
Canada
Coordinates 42°59′47″N 81°12′24″W / 42.9965°N 81.2067°W / 42.9965; -81.2067Coordinates: 42°59′47″N 81°12′24″W / 42.9965°N 81.2067°W / 42.9965; -81.2067
District information
We build each student's tomorrow, every day.
Schools 184, 30 Secondary, 154 Elementary
Budget CA$867 million[1]
Students and staff
Students 73,200
Other information
Chair of the Board Bill McKinnon
Vice-chair of the Board Matt Reid
Director of Education Laura Elliott
Elected trustees 15: 6 representing London; 2 each for Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford; 1 Native representative; 2 non-voting student trustees.
Website www.tvdsb.ca

The Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB; known as English-language Public District School Board No. 11 prior to 1999[2]) is a public school board in southwestern Ontario. It was created on January 1, 1998, by the amalgamation of the Elgin County Board of Education, The Board of Education for the City of London, Middlesex County Board of Education, and Oxford County Board of Education.

The TVDSB serves an area over 7,000 square kilometres which includes urban, suburban and rural communities. It spans three Counties and includes the cities of London, St. Thomas, and Woodstock, plus the towns of Ingersoll, Tillsonburg, and Strathroy-Caradoc, as well as several smaller towns and villages.

In 2006, the Board administered 184 schools (154 elementary and 30 secondary schools). They also provide alternative education programs for approximately 40,000 students through adult day school, continuing education, general interest, night school and summer school courses. Two future elementary schools in Northeast and Northwest London are currently being built.

Secondary schools[edit]

The following is a list of the secondary schools administered by the TVDSB, and their towns/city:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.tvdsb.ca
  2. ^ "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 

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