For TDSB’s Alternative Schools Community Advisory Committee (ASCAC) is launching two new sub-committees to focus on improving equity and community building across all alternative schools. ASCAC is the only committee formally recognized by TDSB to represent and advocate on behalf of all 40 different elementary and secondary alternative schools. Parents/guardians, students and staff from both elementary and secondary alternative schools are invited to volunteer and participate in these new sub-committees.
If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the Sub-Committee Volunteer Form by 9 am Wednesday, March 17th, 2021.
This working group will discuss, explore and develop proposals to help improve equity across all 40 different TDSB elementary and secondary alternative schools. The sub-committee will be able to present motions to ASCAC for review and approval. ASCAC will formally present approved committee motions to the Board for consideration and further action.
Community Building Sub-Committee
This working group will develop ideas and proposals for ASCAC events and other initiatives to help improve and increase community building and knowledge-sharing between the 40 different TDSB elementary and secondary alternative schools. For example, co-curricular programs, webinars, field days, etc.