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Better Choices Waterloo Region is a broad, non-partisan coalition of progressive individuals and organizations committed to building a better Waterloo Region through active participation in the 2014 Municipal Elections. They value an inclusive, vibrant, and accessible community that recognizes the inherent worth of each one of its members. They acknowledge the important role that municipal government plays in creating and protecting quality jobs by building safe, sustainable, green communities. To that end, they endeavour to support and elect progressive municipal leaders committed to the creation of a Better Waterloo Region, where all citizens have equal opportunities to live, work and play.

Kathleen has been endorsed by Better Choices Waterloo Region for Trustee, WRDSB Waterloo/Wilmot.

City of Waterloo
For information regarding living, doing business and visiting the City of Waterloo, please visit City of Waterloo. You’ll also find important information about the municipal election at this site.

Township of Wilmot
For information about the Corporation of the Township of Wilmot, please visit Township of Wilmot.

Ministry of Education
Valuable information for students, parents, teachers and administrators is available on the Ministry of Education web site at Ministry of Education

Waterloo Region District Schoolboard
Waterloo Region District School Board is one of the larger school boards in Ontario. We serve approximately 63,000 students in 120 schools in the Region of Waterloo. Our instruction is focused on developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to provide a solid foundation for living and learning.

Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA)
Ontario Public School Boards' Association represents public district school boards and public school authorities across Ontario, which together serve more than 1.2 million public elementary and secondary students. The Association advocates on behalf of the best interests and needs of the public school system in Ontario. OPSBA is seen as the credible voice of public education in Ontario and is routinely called on by the provincial government for input and advice on legislation and the impact of government policy directions.

Waterloo Region Assembly of Public School Councils (WRAPSC)
Waterloo Region Assembly of Public School Councils, (referred to as WRAPSC or the Assembly), was founded in October of 2000. The Assembly developed from an informal group of approximately forty School Councils of the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB), who came together with a common concern over the funding of public education. Since December 2011, WRAPSC has operated in tandem with the Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) which is mandated by the Province of Ontario. The WRAPSC Steering Committee Members are also the parent/guardian members of PIC.

The following elementary schools are located in the City of Waterloo:

Abraham Erb Public School

Cedarbrae Public School

Centennial Public School

Edna Staebler Public School

Elizabeth Ziegler Public School

Empire Public School

Keatsway Public School

Laurelwood Public School

Lester B Pearson Public School

Lexington Public School

Lincoln Heights Public School

MacGregor Senior Public School

Mary Johnston Public School

Millen Woods Public School

N A MacEachern Public School

Northlake Woods Public School

Sandowne Public School

Westvale Public School

Winston Churchill Public School

The following secondary schools are located in the City of Waterloo:

Bluevale Collegiate Institute

Sir John A Macdonald Secondary School

Waterloo Collegiate Institute

The following elementary schools are located in the Township of Wilmot:

Baden Public School

Forest Glen Public School

Grandview Public School

New Dundee Public School

Sir Adam Beck Public School

The following secondary school is located in the Township of Wilmot:

Waterloo-Oxford District Secondary School

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