Important Information Regarding the 2018 Municipal and School Board Elections
Election Day is Monday, October 22, 2018
May 1, 2018 - Start of Nominations/Campaign Begins
July 27, 2018 - Last day to be nominated
October 22, 2018 - Election Day
December 1, 2018 - Term start date
The following municipalities have been designated as the lead municipality in each electoral group of the Board's jurisdiction as follows:
City of Kingston (for Kingston, Frontenac Islands and CFB Kingston);
Township of South Frontenac (for South, Central and North Frontenac);
Loyalist Township (for Prince Edward County, Greater Napanee, Loyalist Township, Stone Mills, Addington Highlands);
City of Belleville (for Belleville, Tyendinaga and Deseronto)
City of Quinte West (for Quinte West and CFB Trenton);
Municipality of Tweed (for Tweed, Marmora and Lake, Hastings Highlands, Stirling-Rawdon, Bancroft, Centre Hastings, Highlands East, Faraday, Madoc, Wollaston, Limerick, Tudor Cashel, Carlow/Mayo, South Algonquin)
ALCDSB Trustee Code of Conduct
Municipal Elections Resources - Province of Ontario
Municipal Elections Act
Trustee Professional Development Program - OESC This series of professional development modules are built around supporting "School Boards in the 21st Century." It offers Trustees and school boards learning opportunities that support them in their governance role.
What is a School Board Trustee?
School Board Trustees are locally-elected representatives of the public within the ALCDSB jurisdiction. Trustees are governors, advocates and community leaders. As governors, Trustees provide strategic direction, oversight and evaluation to ensure the development and delivery of quality education programs in order to maximize the achievement and well-being of all students. As advocates, they inform and influence public perceptions and provincial education law and policy. As community leaders, Trustees engage with the public to build understanding, guidance and active support for publically funded Catholic education.