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​ċċċċċċċċċ​ċċċċċċċċċ​ċċċċċċċċċ​Board of Trustees

Dufferin-Peel’s Catholic schools are overseen by a board of 11 elected trustees. Trustees serve as system leaders of publicly funded education in their communities and province. They work collaboratively with their community to shape a vision for the board that is reflective of the input of parents, students and community members. Trustees advocate for excellence in education and act as role models to engender confidence in publicly funded education. In addition, Catholic school trustees have a clearly defined role as stewards and guardians of Catholic education. Three student trustee representatives (including an Indigenous student trustee), elected by their peers, also sit with the board in a non-voting capacity.

Regular meetings of the board are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Catholic Education Centre at 40 Matheson Boulevard West in Mississauga.

Board & Committee Meeting Calendar, Agendas & Minutes​ 

Read more information on the Role of the Catholic School Trustee and Running for Catholic School Trustee.

Delegate the Board 
Individuals or groups wishing to delegate or make a presentation to the Board should register to do so by filling out the Board Delegation Form (PDF) and contacting Cindy Child, Board & Committee Information Officer at 905-890-0708 ext. 24433 or by email at cindy.child@dpcdsb.org

BOARD OF TRUSTEES STATEMENT: Clarification of Change to Procedural By-Law - October 4, 2023


Ontario's Publicly Funded Catholic Schools - 175 Years of Success

2023-24 Student Trustees:

​Nathan Nguyen - Student Trustee 
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Bailey Clyne - Indigenous Student Trustee 
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Christopher Joseph - Student Trustee 
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Link to Student Voice webpage


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