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Organization: Thames Valley District School Board  
Phone Numbers: 519-452-2000
Fax: 519-452-2395
Email: info@tvdsb.on.ca
Website: www.tvdsb.ca
Address:
PO Box 5888
London, ON
N6A 5L1
Street
Address
:
1250 Dundas St
London
 
Intersection: Dundas St and Highbury Ave
Location: Northeast London
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
Executives: Laura Elliott - Director of Education
Service Description: Public education provider * offers a range of educational programs including:
  • Junior and senior kindergarten, elementary, secondary and adult education
  • French Immersion
  • Alternative education programs including: continuing education * night school and summer school * special education programs and supports services to address the needs of exceptional students and those experiencing difficulties
  • Special Education Newsletters

Records Centre- Collects and retains school records of students who graduated or left a Thames Valley public secondary school more than five years ago * issues transcripts for a fee from schools in London, Elgin and Middlesex
519-452-2000 ext 21078
951 Leathorne St
London, ON N5Z 3P7
recordcentre@tvdsb.on.ca
 
Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education - Adult and continuing education centre
 
Anishnaabe Skiniiw Centre - Alternative School - Offers First Nation students an alternative education high school program * designed to give students who have not succeeded in traditional schools a chance at pursuing a secondary diploma * program may include: academic program and/or learning strategies (life skills)
 
Wiingashk Centre - Alternative School - Alternative secondary school program * follows secondary school curriculum in addition to life skills and native cultural teachings * part-time schedule focuses on culturally relevant material and students may earn credits toward an Ontario Secondary School Diploma in English, Math, Native Studies, Canadian Geography, Life Skills, History and Learning Strategies * designed to decrease the high school drop-out rate in the Aboriginal community
Meeting: Board regularly meets in public session during the school year on the second and fourth Tue of each month and in Committee of the Whole on the second and fourth Tue of each month
Fees: Free
Application: Call or drop in to records centre
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Students * children and youth of public school ratepayers
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: Interpretation available upon request; provides French language education and resources; for French service contact Helen Griffin at ext 20411
Area(s) Served: London, Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford (Map)
See Also: Learning Disabilities
Schools

This information was last completely updated on 11/29/2013

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