After her re-election in a 6-4 vote at the annual board inaugural meeting, East York trustee Angela Kennedy is ready to continue where she left off in her second term as the chair of the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
Currently, the age requirement is 18, which gives few high schoolers a say in who’ll sit on the school board.
The idea of changing the name from Catholic School Advisory Council to Catholic School Council might seem minor, but the slight change has serious consequences.
“Elected!” Kennedy and volunteer Michelle Andreoli declared in unison as the final results were announced.
East Yorkers have sent Angela Kennedy back to the Toronto Catholic District School Board in a landlside.
Angela Kennedy appears set to win another term representing East York on the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
Parents live with their teenagers every day and they know that it’s a time for testing and challenging what is right,” said East York Catholic school trustee Angela Kennedy.
Two North York elementary schools have been left in limbo for nearly four years while a decision to close one and move its students to the other has yet to be implemented.
Angela Kennedy rose above conflict-of-interest charges tonight to defeat all her opponents, including the archdiocese and teacher’s unions. In the race for TCDSB Ward 11, Kennedy took 5,904 votes or 47 per cent of the…
Angela Kennedy insists her decision to appeal a conflict-of-interest charge won’t get in the way of her campaign to run for re-election as Toronto Catholic school board trustee. Kennedy is one of eight incumbents of…