In any situation, your child’s classroom teacher is the first point of contact, followed by the school’s principal, the school superintendent and your trustee.
Step 1 – Classroom Teacher
The first place to go about any classroom-related question or concern is your classroom teacher. They can help you with: any questions about the classroom, classroom rules and consequences, homework and assignments, etc.
Step 2 – Principal
If you would like more information or if you have questions that are beyond the classroom, talk to your principal. They can help you with: student registration, schedules, suspensions, report card concerns, code of conduct, safety and security, budget and fundraising, and the School Council.
Step 3 – Superintendents
Superintendents are responsible for a network of schools. They support school staff and can be contacted if you have questions that have not been answered by your school or help with: alternate attendance request or suspension appeals.
Step 4 – Trustee
Trustees are your elected community officials. They are available to help you with the following areas of TDSB: concerns about your community, ideas and suggestions for the board, items on board agendas, board policies under review, board budget, collective bargaining.