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Toronto Catholic District School Board

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 Ann Andrachuk
Trustee Ward 2
Contact Information
80 Sheppard Avenue East, North York, Ontario M2N 6E8
(416) 512-3402; Fax: 512-3402; E-mail:
Brief Biography
Trustee Andrachuk has been involved in Catholic education for over 20 years. With both children attending St. Gregory’s Catholic Elementary school she worked on the CPTA then the CSAC to improve the school facilities and provide resources for students. Both are graduates of TCDSB schools and are currently engaged in University studies. Ann was first elected as a member of  the Board of Trustees in 2003 and was recently re-elected for another four year term.
Of her seven years on the board, Ann has spent the last three as vice-chair, the last few months as acting chair and now Chair of the Board. She has also served as a dedicated trustee representative on the Special Education Advisory Committee for her entire tenure, as chair and vice-chair to the Administrative and Corporate Services Committee, as chair of the Human Resources and Religious Affairs Committee and as vice-chair of the Trustee Services and By-Laws Committee.
Her professional background is in administration and sales and she is also an entrepreneur and small business owner. Ann started her public service as a community activist spearheading/representing hundreds of local residents to successfully stop  the expansion of a local roadway and working with city staff and community representatives to develop a satisfactory working alternative.
Ann and her family have been members of St. Gregory’s Parish in Etobicoke for more than 26 years. She most recently served as chair for the Parish 50th Anniversary celebration, World Youth Day 2002 – Parish Host Family Coordinator and is a  22 year member on the Catholic Women's League serving as Treasurer, President and Historian. She brings this passion of service to her position as Trustee.
Historical Committees or Appointments 
Trustee Year
Board: Vice-Chair
Parent Involvement Committee: Trustee Representative
Vice-Chair:  Administrative & Corporate Services Committee
Parent Involvement Committee: Trustee Representative
Human Resources & Religious Affairs Committee: Chair
Board: Honorary Treasurer
Trustee Services and By-Laws Committee: Vice-Chair
2003 to Present
Special Education Advisory Committee: Trustee Representative
Community/Police Liaison Committee (Etobicoke): Representative
Credit Courses Outside Canada Representative
Trustee Role and Responsibilities
Trustees are obligated under the Education Act to ensure that the School Board expenditures do not exceed the funding allocations provided by the province.
Role of the Trustee
Here are some of the responsibilities of trustees.
  • Assist parents and students who are seeking information or resolution of matters at their local school.
  • Locate information for constituents on matters relating to and governed by the TCDSB.
  • Engage parents seeking ways to support their local school or school board.
  • Oversee and provide direction on Board activities on matters relating to:
1. Policy
2. TCDSB budget
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