The Halton District School Board serves more than 57,000 public school students in the municipalities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville in southern Ontario. All four municipalities form the Regional Municipality of Halton. The Region of Halton and the Halton District School Board share the same boundaries encompassing 232,000 acres of land (93,887 hectares), 25 kilometres of which are along the shore of Lake Ontario. Click map below to view map of Halton Region.
Student, School and Staff Enrolments:
In total, the Halton District School Board has 83 elementary schools and 18 secondary schools. They are staffed by approximately 3,828 teachers, 1,725 non-teaching and support staff, and 201 Principals and Vice-principals.
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The Halton District School Board is governed by 11 school board trustees who represent public school supporters of the Halton Region. The current Trustees were elected in October 2010, for a four-year term.
All Board of Trustee meetings take place at the J.W. Singleton Centre, 2050 Guelph Line, Burlington.
- Board meetings occur on the first and third Wednesday of each month; public session at 7 p.m.
- Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m.
The 2012-13 operating budget for the Halton District School Board totals $630 million while its capital budget is $48 million. The increase over the previous year's operating budget is $43 million and includes an enrolment growth of 3.9 per cent.