Learn more about the 2022 Toronto CPIC Ward Elections.
The Catholic Parent Involvement Committee (CPIC) is a provincially mandated and funded committee. The focus of the committee is to support student academic achievement through increased parent involvement. Regulation 612/00 under the Education Act was amended in September 2010 to set out specific requirements regarding the composition of a Parent Involvement Committee.
CPIC is a parent-led committee of volunteers who work both at the Board and at the Ward level. CPIC members provide information and advice on parent engagement to the school board, create initiatives that promote and facilitate parent engagement, and educate parents to support them in their children’s learning at home and/or at school. They collect information and ideas from wards, discuss the information at meetings and disseminate it to parents.
The following are voting members of the Toronto CPIC:
15 Elementary Parent Voting Members: Ward Representatives - elected by parents (two-year term)
3 Secondary Parent Voting Members - Ward Cluster Representatives - elected by parents (one-year term)
3 Community Voting Representatives - appointed by the committee
The following are non-voting members:
Director of Education or designate
Liaison Officer to the TCDSB
Toronto CPIC meets 8 times per school year - usually on the 3rd Monday of every month except March, July, and August. All meetings are open to the public. Any parent or guardian, at the chair’s discretion, may comment on the subject under discussion, but are not allowed to vote.
Toronto CPIC meetings are held at the Catholic Education Centre, 80 Sheppard Ave. East, Toronto, Ontario.
The Minutes and Agenda are on the Board and Committee Meetings page.
Here are our Toronto CPIC representatives: