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O. Reg. 616/21: GRANTS FOR STUDENT NEEDS - LEGISLATIVE GRANTS FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL BOARD FISCAL YEAR

under Education Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. E.2

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ONTARIO REGULATION 616/21

GRANTS FOR STUDENT NEEDS — LEGISLATIVE GRANTS FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL BOARD FISCAL YEAR

Consolidation Period: From August 31, 2021 to the e-Laws currency date.

No amendments.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

PART I
GENERAL

Application, Interpretation and Documents Referred To

1.

Application

2.

Definitions

3.

Average daily enrolment

4.

Fiscal year

5.

Pupil of a board

6.

Level of accuracy

7.

October and March high-credit conditions

8.

Interpretation of Tables

9.

Documents referred to in this Regulation

Legislative Grants (s. 234 of the Act)

10.

Legislative grants

11.

Payments

12.

Conditions for grant

13.

Adjustments for overpayment and underpayment

Operating Revenue

14.

Operating revenue

PART II
GRANTS TO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS

Amount of Grant

15.

Amount of grant

Grant Allocations

Pupil Foundation Allocation

16.

Pupil foundation allocation

School Foundation Allocation

17.

School foundation allocation

Special Education Allocation

18.

Special education allocation

19.

Enrolment-based special education amount

20.

Special equipment amount

21.

Differentiated special education needs amount

22.

Special incidence claim

23.

Education and community partnership program amount

24.

Behaviour expertise amount

25.

Special education pupil, move to new board

Language Allocation

English-language Boards

26.

Language allocation, English-language boards

27.

French as a second language amount

28.

ESL/ELD amount

French-language Boards

29.

Language allocation, French-language boards

30.

French as a first language amount

31.

ALF/PANA amount

Indigenous Education Supplemental Allocation

32.

Indigenous education supplemental allocation

Outlying Schools Allocation

33.

Outlying schools allocation

Remote and Rural Allocation

34.

Remote and rural allocation

Rural and Northern Allocation

35.

Rural and northern allocation

Educational Software Top-up Allocation

36.

Educational software top-up allocation

Student Technological Devices Top-up Allocation

37.

Student technological devices top-up allocation

Learning Opportunities Allocation

38.

Learning opportunities allocation

Mental Health and Well-being Allocation

39.

Mental health and well-being allocation

Continuing Education and other Programs Allocation

40.

Continuing education and other programs allocation

Cost Adjustment and New Teacher Induction Program Allocation

41.

Cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation

42.

New teacher induction program amount

43.

Elementary and secondary school teacher qualification and experience amount

44.

Educator qualification and experience amount

45.

Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount

46.

Sick leave credit gratuities re-payment amount

47.

Public sector compensation restraint amount

48.

Conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount

49.

Teacher job protection amount

Supports for Students Allocation

50.

Supports for students allocation

Program Leadership Allocation

51.

Program leadership allocation

Transportation Allocation

52.

Transportation allocation

Administration and Governance Allocation

53.

Administration and governance allocation

Debt Charges Allocation

54.

Debt charges allocation

Interest on Capital Debt Allocation

55.

Interest on capital debt allocation

School Operations Allocation

56.

School operations allocation

School Renewal Allocation

57.

School renewal allocation

Pupil Accommodation Allocation

58.

Pupil accommodation allocation

59.

School condition improvement amount

60.

Temporary accommodation for pupils amount

61.

Capital priority projects amount

62.

Land priority purchases amount

63.

Community hub replacement amount

64.

Child care capital projects amount

65.

EarlyON child and family centres capital projects amount

66.

COVID-19 resilience infrastructure stream amount

67.

Full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation amount

Rules for Various Calculations — Outlying Schools, School Operations and School Renewal Allocations

68.

Rules for various calculations — outlying schools, school operations and school renewal allocations

Adjustment for Declining Enrolment

69.

Adjustment for declining enrolment

Tax Revenue

70.

Tax revenue

Rules re Spending

71.

Managing estimates and expenditures

72.

Required spending, minor tangible capital assets

73.

Maximum administration and governance expenses

PART III
GRANTS TO SCHOOL AUTHORITIES

74.

Grants to isolate boards

75.

Grants to s. 68 boards

PART IV
PAYMENTS TO GOVERNING AUTHORITIES

76.

Pupil attending school in Manitoba or Quebec

77.

Pupil attending school on reserve

78.

Amounts payable to board, attendance at a school under s. 185 of the Act

PART V
CALCULATION OF AVERAGE DAILY ENROLMENT

General

79.

Definitions

80.

Qualifying education programs

Day School — General

81.

Counting pupils

82.

Credits and credit values, repeated classes or courses

83.

Independent study courses

84.

Day school A.D.E. for pupils of a board

85.

Day school A.D.E. for elementary school pupils

86.

High-credit factor

87.

Day school A.D.E. for secondary school pupils

88.

Day school high-credit A.D.E. for secondary school pupils

89.

Day school A.D.E. for pupils who are 21 or older

Day School — Other Pupils

90.

Day school A.D.E. for other pupils

Continuing Education

91.

Interpretation

92.

Continuing education A.D.E., general

93.

Continuing education A.D.E., other pupils

94.

Continuing education A.D.E., fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils

Summer School

95.

Interpretation

96.

Summer school A.D.E., general

97.

Summer school A.D.E., other pupils

98.

Summer school A.D.E., fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils

Table 1

Principals amount (qualifying sole elementary schools)

Table 2

Principals amount (qualifying sole secondary schools and qualifying combined schools)

Table 3

Vice-principals amount (qualifying sole elementary schools)

Table 4

Vice-principals amount (qualifying sole secondary schools and qualifying combined schools)

Table 5

School secretaries amount (qualifying sole elementary school)

Table 6

School secretaries amount (qualifying sole secondary schools and qualifying combined schools)

Table 7

Differentiated special education needs amount

Table 8

Diversity in english language learners component

Table 9

Broader community factor

Table 10

Board action plan

Table 11

Remote and rural allocation

Table 12

Rural and northern allocation

Table 13

Learning opportunities allocation

Table 14

Priority urban secondary schools component

Table 15

Prevention and program support component

Table 16

Adult day school/Continuing education supplement

Table 17

Elementary school teacher qualification and experience amount

Table 18

Educator qualification and experience amount

Table 19

Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount

Table 20

Public sector compensation restraint amount

Table 21

Conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount

Table 22

Teacher job protection amount — eligible attrition

Table 23

Supports for students allocation

Table 24

School bus rider safety training amount

Table 25

Internal audits

Table 26

Stabilization amount

Table 27

Executive compensation amount

Table 28

Debt charges allocation

Table 29

Supplementary area factor — after class-size changes

Table 30

Supplementary area factor — before class-size changes

Table 31

Community use of schools amount

Table 32

Non-instructional space

Table 33

Increasing capital planning capacity amount

Table 34

Geographic adjustment factor

Table 35

School renewal allocation

Table 36

School renewal enhancement amount

Table 37

School renewal investment amount

Table 38

School condition improvement amount

Table 39

Temporary accommodation for pupils amount

Table 40

Capital priority projects amount

Table 41

Land priority purchases amount

Table 42

Community hub replacement amount

Table 43

Child care capital projects amount

Table 44

Earlyon child and family centres capital projects amount

Table 45

Full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation amount

 

PART I
GENERAL

Application, Interpretation and Documents Referred To

Application

1. This Regulation applies to boards for the 2021-2022 fiscal year and to governing authorities in respect of payments for the period from September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022.

Definitions

2. (1) In this Regulation,

“2010-2011 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 196/10 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2010-2011 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2010-2011”)

“2011-2012 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 160/11 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2011-2012 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2011-2012”)

“2012-2013 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 136/12 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2012-2013 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2012-2013”)

“2013-2014 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 120/13 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2013-2014 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2013-2014”)

“2014-2015 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 76/14 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2014-2015 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2014-2015”)

“2015-2016 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 195/15 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2015-2016 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2015-2016”)

“2016-2017 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 215/16 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2016-2017 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2016-2017”)

“2017-2018 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 252/17 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2017-2018 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2017-2018”)

“2018-2019 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 284/18 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2018-2019 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2018-2019”)

“2019-2020 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 277/19 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2019-2020 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2019-2020”)

“2020-2021 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 489/20 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2020-2021 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les subventions de 2020-2021”)

“ADE” means the current fiscal year’s enrolment in respect of a school, or the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment in respect of a combined school, as the case may be; (“ADE”)

“AEFO” stands for l’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens; (“AEFO”)

“AEFO certification” means the AEFO certification of Group 1, Group 2, Group 3 or Group 4; (“certification de l’AEFO”)

“ALF” stands for actualisation linguistique en français; (“ALF”)

“campus” means a property on which one or more schools are located and in respect of which the same campus identification number has been assigned by the Ministry to all of the schools located on the property; (“campus”)

“capital asset” means,

(a)  a school site that provides or is capable of providing pupil accommodation and an addition or improvement to such a school site,

(b)  a school building, fixture of a school building or fixture of school property, and an addition, alteration, renovation or major repair to a school building, fixture of a school building or fixture of school property,

(c)  furniture and equipment to be used in school buildings,

(d)  library materials for the initial equipping of a library in a school building,

(e)  an installation on school property to supply a school building on the property with water, sewer, septic, electrical, heating, cooling, natural gas, telephone or cable services, and an alteration, replacement or major repair to an installation, and

(f)  changes to the level, drainage or surface of school properties; (“immobilisation”)

“capital asset cost” means an expense that the board is required to capitalize under the terms of the document entitled “District School Board and School Authority Tangible Capital Assets: Provincial Accounting Policies and Implementation Guide”, revised January 2021; (“coût des immobilisations”)

“credit value” means, in respect of a listed course, the number of credits that a pupil is eligible to earn on successfully completing the listed course; (“valeur en crédits”)

“Crown establishment” means an establishment maintained by a department of the Government of Canada, a federal Crown company, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or Atomic Energy of Canada Limited on lands held by the Crown in right of Canada that are not assessable for school purposes, and includes a reserve; (“établissement de la Couronne”)

“current fiscal year” means the 2021-2022 fiscal year; (“exercice en cours”)

“current fiscal year’s combined enrolment” means, in respect of a qualifying combined school, the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in schools that are part of the qualifying combined school; (“effectif combiné de l’exercice en cours”)

“current fiscal year’s enrolment” means, in respect of a school, the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in the school; (“effectif de l’exercice en cours”)

“current fiscal year’s fees regulation” means Ontario Regulation 617/21 (Calculation of Fees for Pupils for the 2021-2022 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“règlement sur les droits de l’exercice en cours”)

“cycle” means the number of school days for which a schedule of classes in a school continues before the schedule is repeated; (“horaire”)

“distant combined school” means a qualifying combined school that is located at least 20 kilometres but less than 45 kilometres from every other qualifying sole secondary school and qualifying combined school of the board; (“école combinée éloignée”)

“distant elementary school” means a qualifying sole elementary school that is located at least 10 kilometres but less than 20 kilometres from every other qualifying sole elementary school of the board; (“école élémentaire éloignée”)

“distant secondary school” means a qualifying sole secondary school that is located at least 20 kilometres but less than 45 kilometres from every other qualifying sole secondary school and qualifying combined school of the board; (“école secondaire éloignée”)

educator” means a person who is employed by the board to fill a position in junior kindergarten or kindergarten that is designated by the board as requiring an early childhood educator; (“éducateur”)

“eighth” means an academic term roughly corresponding to one eighth of the school year, during which pupils start and complete a class or course; (“huitième”)

“ELD” stands for English literacy development; (“ELD”)

“elementary school pupil” means a pupil who is enrolled in any of junior kindergarten, kindergarten and grades 1 to 8; (“élève de l’élémentaire”)

“employee” is short for “employee of the board”; (“employé”)

“ESL” stands for English as a second language; (“ESL”)

“instruction in French” means instruction in the subject of French or instruction in any other subject if the language of instruction is French; (“enseignement en français”)

“isolate board” is a school authority other than a section 68 board; (“conseil isolé”)

“listed course” means a course at the secondary level that is assigned a course code in one of the Secondary Curriculum Documents; (“cours répertorié”)

“mature student” is short for “mature student of the board”; (“élève expérimenté”)

“non-semestered” means an academic term roughly corresponding to the full school year; (“non semestriel”)

“OSSTF” stands for the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation; (“FEESO”)

“OSSTF certification” means the OSSTF certification of Group 1, Group 2, Group 3 or Group 4; (“certification de la FEESO”)

“outlying combined school” means a qualifying combined school that is located at least 45 kilometres from every other qualifying sole secondary school and qualifying combined school; (“école combinée excentrée”)

“outlying elementary school” means a qualifying sole elementary school that is located at least 20 kilometres from every other qualifying sole elementary school; (“école élémentaire excentrée”)

“outlying secondary school” means a qualifying sole secondary school that is located at least 45 kilometres from every other qualifying sole secondary school and qualifying combined school; (“école secondaire excentrée”)

“PANA” stands for programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants; (“PANA”)

“previous fiscal year” means a fiscal year before the current fiscal year; (“exercice antérieur”)

“pupil” is short for “pupil of the board”, except in Part IV; (“élève”)

“QECO” stands for Qualifications Evaluation Council of Ontario; (“COEQ”)

“QECO category” means the QECO category D, C, B, A1, A2, A3 or A4; (“catégorie du COEQ”)

“qualifying combined school” means a qualifying combined school under subsection (3); (“école combinée admissible”)

“qualifying sole elementary school” means a qualifying sole elementary school under subsection (3); (“école élémentaire admissible”)

“qualifying sole secondary school” means a qualifying sole secondary school under subsection (3); (“école secondaire admissible”)

“quarter” means an academic term roughly corresponding to one quarter of the school year, during which pupils start and complete a class or course; (“trimestre”)

“regular combined school” means a qualifying combined school that is not an outlying combined school or a distant combined school; (“école combinée ordinaire”)

“regular elementary school” means a qualifying sole elementary school that is not an outlying elementary school or distant elementary school; (“école élémentaire ordinaire”)

“regular secondary school” means a qualifying sole secondary school that is not an outlying secondary school or distant secondary school; (“école secondaire ordinaire”)

“reserve” means a reserve within the meaning of the Indian Act (Canada); (“réserve”)

“revenue from other sources” means, with respect to a district school board, the revenue of the board other than,

(a)  the amount of grants payable to the board under this Regulation, and

(b)  the amount that would be the board’s tax revenue for the current fiscal year if no amount were required to be deducted under paragraph 3 of subsection 70 (1); (“recettes provenant d’autres sources”)

“school” is short for “school of the board”, except in Part IV; (“école”)

“school building” means a building used for instructional purposes that is part of a qualifying sole elementary school, qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school; (“bâtiment scolaire”)

“Secondary Curriculum Documents” means the following documents:

1.  American Sign Language as a Second Language (2021)/Langue des signes québécoise langue seconde (2021).

2.  Le curriculum de l’Ontario de la 9e à la 12e année, Actualisation linguistique en français, 2010 (révisé).

3.  Le curriculum de l’Ontario de la 9e à la 12e année, Anglais pour débutants, 2013 (révisé).

4.  Le curriculum de l’Ontario de la 9e à la 12e année, Programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants, 2010 (révisé).

5.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: The Arts, 2010 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Éducation artistique, 2010 (révisé).

6.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: The Arts, 2010 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Éducation artistique, 2010 (révisé).

7.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Business Studies, 2006 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Affaires et commerce, 2006 (révisé).

8.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Business Studies, 2006 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Affaires et commerce, 2006 (révisé).

9.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Canadian and World Studies – Geography, History, Civics (Politics), 2018 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Études canadiennes et mondiales, 2018 (révisé).

10.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Canadian and World Studies – Economics, Geography, History, Law, Politics, 2015 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Études canadiennes et mondiales, 2015 (révisé).

11.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12: Classical Studies and International Languages, 2016 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e à la 12e année, Études classiques et langues internationales, 2016.

12.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 10 to 12: Computer Studies, 2008 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario de la 10e à la 12e année, Études informatiques, 2008 (révisé).

13.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Co-operative Education, 2018/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et la 12e année, Éducation coopérative, 2018.

14.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: English, 2007 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, English, 2007 (révisé).

15.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: English, 2007 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, English, 2007 (révisé).

16.  The Ontario Curriculum, English: The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OSSLC), 2003/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 12e année, Français – Cours de compétences linguistiques des écoles secondaires de l’Ontario (CCLESO), 2003.

17.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12: English as a Second Language and English Literacy Development, 2007 (revised).

18.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12: First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Studies, 2019 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario de la 9e à la 12e année : Études des Premières Nations, des Métis et des Inuits, 2019 (révisé).

19.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12: French as a Second Language — Core French, Extended French, French Immersion, 2014 (revised).

20.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Guidance and Career Education, 2006 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Orientation et formation au cheminement de carrière, 2006 (révisé).

21.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 10, Open (GLC20): Career Studies, 2019 (revised course)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 10e année, cours ouvert (GLC20), Exploration de carrière, 2019 (cours révisé).

22.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Guidance and Career Education, 2006 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Orientation et formation au cheminement de carrière, 2006 (révisé).

23.  The Ontario Curriculum: Grades 9 to 12: Health and Physical Education, 2015 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario de la 9e à la 12e année, Éducation physique et santé, 2015 (révisé).

24.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Interdisciplinary Studies, 2002/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Études interdisciplinaires, 2002.

25.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Mathematics, 2005 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Mathématiques, 2005 et Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e année, Mathématiques, 2021.

26.  The Ontario Curriculum: Mathematics — Mathematics Transfer Course, Grade 9, Applied to Academic, 2006/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e année, Mathématiques transition du cours appliqué au cours théorique (2006).

27.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11: Mathematics, 2006 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e année, Mathématiques, 2006 (révisé).

28.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Mathematics, 2007 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Mathématiques, 2007 (révisé).

29.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Native Languages, 1999/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Langues autochtones, 1999.

30.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Native Languages, 2000/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Langues autochtones, 2000.

31.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Science, 2008 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Sciences, 2008 (révisé).

32.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Science, 2008 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Sciences, 2008 (révisé).

33.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12: Social Sciences and Humanities, 2013 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, de la 9e à la 12e année – Sciences humaines et sociales (révisé, 2013).

34.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10: Technological Education, 2009 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 9e et 10e année, Éducation technologique, 2009 (révisé).

35.  The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12: Technological Education, 2009 (revised)/Le curriculum de l’Ontario, 11e et 12e année, Éducation technologique, 2009 (révisé). (“programmes-cadres du secondaire”)

“secondary school pupil” means a pupil who is enrolled in any of grades 9 to 12; (“élève du secondaire”)

“section 68 board” is a board established under section 68 of the Act; (“conseil créé en vertu de l’article 68”)

“semester” means an academic term roughly corresponding to one half of the school year, during which pupils start and complete a class or course; (“semestre”)

“site specific geographic adjustment factor” means, in respect of a school, the geographic adjustment factor set out for the school in the document entitled “Geographic Adjustment Factors - School Facility Specific”, dated May 2015; (“facteur de redressement géographique spécifique à l’emplacement”)

“teacher” is short for “teacher of the board”; (“enseignant”)

“teacher qualification category” means AEFO certification, OSSTF certification or QECO category; (“catégorie de qualifications des enseignants”)

“variable area per elementary pupil” means, in respect of a school, the area determined for elementary pupils in accordance with the document entitled “Variable Area Per Pupil Benchmark Table”, dated May 2015; (“superficie variable par élève de l’élémentaire”)

“variable area per secondary pupil” means, in respect of a school, the area determined for secondary pupils in accordance with the document entitled “Variable Area Per Pupil Benchmark Table”, dated May 2015. (“superficie variable par élève du secondaire”)

(2) The following rules apply for the purposes of the definitions in subsection (1):

1.  A measure of distance shall be by road and shall be accurate to 0.1 kilometres.

2.  A qualifying sole elementary school that is not connected by road to any other qualifying sole elementary school shall be considered an outlying elementary school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered a regular elementary school.

3.  For greater certainty, if there is only one qualifying sole elementary school, the school shall be considered an outlying elementary school.

4.  A qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school that is not connected by road to any other qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school shall be considered an outlying secondary school or outlying combined school, as the case may be, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered a regular secondary school or a regular combined school, as the case may be.

5.  For greater certainty, if there is only one qualifying sole secondary school and no qualifying combined school, the school shall be considered an outlying secondary school.

6.  For greater certainty, if there is only one qualifying combined school and no qualifying sole secondary school, the school shall be considered an outlying combined school.

7.  A qualifying sole elementary school, a qualifying sole secondary school or a qualifying combined school that is located on an island that is not connected by road to the mainland shall be considered an outlying elementary school, an outlying secondary school or an outlying combined school, as the case may be, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered a regular elementary school, a regular secondary school or a regular combined school, as the case may be.

8.  Where two or more qualifying sole elementary schools are treated as one qualifying sole elementary school under paragraph 4 of subsection (3), the qualifying sole elementary school within the group that has the largest capacity, within the meaning of subsection 68 (3), shall be used as the starting point for the purpose of measuring distance.

9.  Where two or more qualifying sole secondary schools are treated as one qualifying sole secondary school under paragraph 5 of subsection (3), the qualifying sole secondary school within the group that has the largest capacity, within the meaning of subsection 68 (4), shall be used as the starting point for the purpose of measuring distance.

10.  The school that, among the schools making up a qualifying combined school under paragraph 2 of subsection (3), has the greatest capacity within the meaning of subsection 68 (3) or (4), as the case may be, shall be used as the starting point for the purpose of measuring distance.

11.  The distance between schools shall be determined as of June 30 of the current fiscal year.

(3) The following rules determine whether a school is a qualifying sole elementary school, a qualifying sole secondary school or a part of a qualifying combined school:

1.  A school is a qualifying elementary or secondary school if,

i.  it is identified as an elementary or secondary school in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009, and

ii.  its current fiscal year’s enrolment is more than zero.

2.  If one or more qualifying elementary schools and one or more qualifying secondary schools are located on the same school site, the schools make up a qualifying combined school.

3.  Any qualifying school that is not part of a qualifying combined school is a qualifying sole elementary school or a qualifying sole secondary school, as the case may be.

4.  Despite paragraph 3, two or more qualifying sole elementary schools shall be treated as if they were one qualifying sole elementary school if the schools are all located on the same school site.

5.  Despite paragraph 3, two or more qualifying sole secondary schools shall be treated as if they were one qualifying sole secondary school if the schools are all located on the same school site.

Average daily enrolment

3. (1) For the purposes of Parts I to IV, average daily enrolment shall be determined in accordance with Part V.

(2) Despite subsection (1), expressions used in this Regulation that relate to average daily enrolment in a previous fiscal year have the same meaning as in this Regulation’s predecessor for that fiscal year.

Fiscal year

4. Any fiscal year referred to in this Regulation is from September 1 to August 31.

Pupil of a board

5. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), for the purposes of this Regulation, a pupil is a pupil of a board if they are enrolled in a school operated by the board.

(2) A pupil who receives instruction in an education program provided by a board that is a qualifying education program within the meaning of subsection 23 (2) or (5) is not a pupil enrolled in a school operated by the board for the purposes of subsection (1) of this section.

(3) For the purposes of this Regulation, an “other pupil”, as defined in Part V, is not a pupil of a board even if the pupil is enrolled in a school of the board.

Level of accuracy

6. (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, a count of pupils on the basis of average daily enrolment must be accurate to two decimal places.

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, a count of the following persons on the basis of full-time equivalence must be accurate to one decimal place:

1.  Teachers.

2.  Teacher assistants.

3.  Educators.

October and March high-credit conditions

7. (1) The following are the October high-credit conditions referred to in this Regulation:

1.  The amount, if any, that would be calculated for the board under paragraph 7 of subsection 87 (1) if the pupil were the board’s only pupil must be greater than zero.

2.  The amount, if any, that would be calculated for the board under paragraph 9 of subsection 87 (1) if the pupil were the board’s only pupil must be greater than zero.

(2) The following are the March high-credit conditions referred to in this Regulation:

1.  The amount, if any, that would be calculated for the board under paragraph 8 of subsection 87 (1) if the pupil were the board’s only pupil must be greater than zero.

2.  The amount, if any, that would be calculated for the board under paragraph 9 of subsection 87 (1) if the pupil were the board’s only pupil must be greater than zero.

Interpretation of Tables

8. In this Regulation, if a Table specifies amounts for boards or for schools of boards and there is no entry for a board, the amount specified for the board by the Table is zero.

Documents referred to in this Regulation

9. (1) The following documents referred to in this Regulation are available on a website of the Government of Ontario:

1.  District School Board and School Authority Tangible Capital Assets: Provincial Accounting Policies and Implementation Guide, revised January 2021.

2.  The Secondary Curriculum Documents.

3.  Geographic Adjustment Factors - School Facility Specific, dated May 2015.

4.  Variable Area Per Pupil Benchmark Table, dated May 2015.

5.  User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application, dated November 2009.

6.  Memorandum 2018 SB05: Cash Management Strategy, dated April 16, 2018.

7.  Memorandum 2018 SB19: Cash Management Strategy – Proceeds of Disposition, dated September 28, 2018.

8.  Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Equipment Amount (SEA), 2021-22.

9.  Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Incidence Portion (SIP), 2021-22.

10.  Supplementary Application Form for Enhanced Education and Treatment (EET) Programs.

11.  Application Form for an Education and Community Partnership Program for 2021-22.

12.  Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016.

13.  Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario Employee Life and Health Trust Agreement and Declaration of Trust, dated October 6, 2016.

14.  Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation Employee Life and Health Trust Agreement and Declaration of Trust, dated October 6, 2016.

15.  Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association Employee Life and Health Trust Agreement and Declaration of Trust, dated October 6, 2016.

16.  Fiducie de soins de santé au bénéfice des membres de l’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens — Convention et déclaration de fiducie, dated January 30, 2017.

17.  Canadian Union of Public Employees Education Workers Benefits Trust Agreement, dated February 28, 2018.

18.  Ontario Non-union Education Trust Agreement, dated March 8, 2018.

19.  Memorandum 2021 SB07: Student Transportation – Grants for Student Needs, 2021-22”, dated May 4, 2021.

20.  The Ministry’s Uniform Code of Accounts, revised April 2021.

21.  Memorandum 2021 B12: COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream: Education Related (CVRIS-EDU) Projects - Approvals, dated May 7, 2021.

22.  The Report of the Pupil Accommodation Review Committee, dated August 1998.

(2) The 2005 Data Form A, referred to in this Regulation, is available for public inspection at the offices of the Education Funding Branch of the Ministry of Education.

Legislative Grants (s. 234 of the Act)

Legislative grants

10. (1) The legislative grant payable for the fiscal year to a district school board is the amount calculated under Part II.

(2) The legislative grant payable for the fiscal year to an isolate board is the amount calculated under section 74.

(3) The legislative grant payable for the fiscal year to a section 68 board is the amount calculated under section 75.

Payments

11. (1) A legislative grant payable to a board under this Regulation is paid on an estimated basis during the fiscal year and such adjustments as may be necessary must be made after the actual financial, enrolment and other data are available.

(2) Despite subsection (1), if a legislative grant payable to a board includes an amount that is subject to a condition requiring the board to borrow money or incur debt in accordance with subsection 247 (1) of the Act, that amount is payable in accordance with the following rules:

1.  The amount is payable to the board in the fiscal year except as specified in paragraph 2.

2.  If the board is required to make a payment in a subsequent fiscal year in respect of the money borrowed or the debt incurred, payment of a corresponding amount of the legislative grant to the board is deferred until, and is payable in, that fiscal year.

3.  The amount of the deferred payment during a fiscal year may be paid on an estimated basis and may be adjusted as described in subsection (1).

(3) Despite subsection (1), the Minister may delay payment of all or part of a legislative grant, including delaying payment of all or part of a grant to a subsequent fiscal year, if the accumulated surplus and deferred revenue balance of the board, adjusted in accordance with the document entitled “Memorandum 2018 SB05: Cash Management Strategy”, dated April 16, 2018, exceeds the threshold set out in that Memorandum.

(4) Despite subsection (1), the Minister may delay payment of all or part of a legislative grant, including delaying payment of all or part of a grant to a subsequent fiscal year, if the proceeds of disposition deferred revenue balance of the board, adjusted in accordance with the document entitled “Memorandum 2018 SB19: Cash Management Strategy – Proceeds of Disposition”, dated September 28, 2018, is greater than zero.

(5) For greater certainty, if the Minister delays payment of all or part of a legislative grant under subsection (3) or (4), the amount of the payment remains payable to the board.

Conditions for grant

12. (1) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that the board comply with all Acts administered by the Minister and with all regulations, policies, guidelines, directives and similar instruments made under an Act administered by the Minister.

(2) If a board contravenes an Act administered by the Minister or a regulation, policy, guideline, directive or similar instrument made under an Act administered by the Minister, the Minister may withhold all or part of a grant otherwise payable to the board under the Act.

Adjustments for overpayment and underpayment

13. (1) If the amount payable to a board under a legislative grant regulation was overpaid and the overpayment has not been deducted from grants payable to the board under other legislative grant regulations, the overpayment must be deducted from the grants payable under this Regulation to the board.

(2) If the amount payable to a board under a legislative grant regulation was underpaid, the amount of the underpayment that has not previously been paid must be added to the grants payable under this Regulation to the board.

Operating Revenue

Operating revenue

14. (1) A district school board’s operating revenue for the current fiscal year is determined as follows:

1.  Take the total of the board’s grant allocations, except for the interest on capital debt allocation, the school renewal allocation and the pupil accommodation allocation.

2.  Add the amount of the board’s adjustment for declining enrolment for the current fiscal year.

3.  Subtract the amount of the board’s expenses that are not incurred in the current fiscal year by reason of a strike or lock-out affecting the operations of the board, calculated in accordance with Ontario Regulation 486/98 (Board Expenses Not Incurred by Reason of Strike or Lock-Out) made under the Act.

4.  Subtract the employer bargaining agency fees amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

(2) An isolate board’s operating revenue for the current fiscal year is determined by applying the formula set out in subsection (1), with such adaptations that are made under subsection 74 (2) for the purposes of determining the approved expense of the board.

PART II
GRANTS TO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS

Amount of Grant

Amount of grant

15. (1) The grant payable to a district school board for the current fiscal year is the amount determined using the following formula:

(A + B) – (C + D + E)

in which,

  “A”  is the total amount of the board’s grant allocations for the current fiscal year,

  “B”  is the amount of the board’s adjustment for declining enrolment for the current fiscal year,

  “C”  is the amount of the board’s tax revenue for the current fiscal year, as determined in this Regulation,

  “D”  is the amount of the board’s total fees revenue for the current fiscal year in respect of pupils described in section 4 of the current fiscal year’s fees regulation, as determined under that section, and

  “E”  is the amount of the board’s expenses that are not incurred in the current fiscal year by reason of a strike or lock-out affecting the operations of the board, calculated in accordance with Ontario Regulation 486/98 (Board Expenses Not Incurred by Reason of Strike or Lock-Out) made under the Act.

(2) The grant allocations for the current fiscal year are the following allocations:

1.  Pupil foundation allocation.

2.  School foundation allocation.

3.  Special education allocation.

4.  Language allocation.

5.  Indigenous education supplemental allocation.

6.  Outlying schools allocation.

7.  Remote and rural allocation.

8.  Rural and northern allocation.

9.  Educational software top-up allocation.

10.  Student technological devices top-up allocation.

11.  Learning opportunities allocation.

12.  Mental health and well-being allocation.

13.  Continuing education and other programs allocation.

14.  Cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation.

15.  Supports for students allocation.

16.  Program leadership allocation.

17.  Transportation allocation.

18.  Administration and governance allocation.

19.  Debt charges allocation.

20.  Interest on capital debt allocation.

21.  School operations allocation.

22.  School renewal allocation.

23.  Pupil accommodation allocation.

Grant Allocations

Pupil Foundation Allocation

Pupil foundation allocation

16. (1) The pupil foundation allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The amount determined by multiplying $6,463.85 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten.

2.  The amount determined by multiplying $5,940.45 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 1 to 3.

3.  The amount determined by multiplying $4,946.60 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8.

4.  The amount determined by multiplying $226.67 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 7 and 8.

5.  The amount determined by multiplying $5,859.45 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils.

(2) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that the board submit the reports required by Ontario Regulation 132/12 (Class Size) made under the Act, respecting class size in its elementary and secondary schools, to the Minister in accordance with that regulation.

(3) The Minister may withhold all or part of the grant otherwise payable to a district school board under the Act if,

(a)  the board does not meet the condition set out in subsection (2); or

(b)  a report referred to in subsection (2) indicates that the board is not complying with the requirements set out in Ontario Regulation 132/12 respecting class size.

School Foundation Allocation

School foundation allocation

17. (1) The school foundation allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The principals amount.

2.  The vice-principals amount.

3.  The school secretaries amount.

4.  The school supplies amount.

5.  The library staff amount.

6.  The parent engagement amount.

(2) The principals amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each qualifying sole elementary school described in Table 1, determine an amount by multiplying $132,702.96 by the applicable number or formula specified in the Table.

2.  For each qualifying sole elementary school that has more than one school building, take $132,702.96 if the following conditions are satisfied, and take zero otherwise:

i.  The school’s ADE divided by the number of the school’s school buildings is greater than or equal to:

A.  300, in the case of an English-language district school board.

B.  150, in the case of a French-language district school board.

ii.  The current fiscal year’s enrolment in respect of each of the school’s school buildings, counting only students enrolled in respect of the school building, is greater than or equal to:

A.  150, in the case of an English-language district school board.

B.  100, in the case of a French-language district school board.

3.  For each qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school described in Table 2, determine an amount by multiplying $143,972.51 by the applicable number or formula specified in the Table.

4.  For each qualifying sole secondary school that has more than one school building, take $143,972.51 if the following conditions are satisfied, and take zero otherwise:

i.  The school’s ADE divided by the number of the school’s school buildings is greater than or equal to:

A.  700, in the case of an English-language district school board.

B.  350, in the case of a French-language district school board.

ii.  The current fiscal year’s enrolment in respect of each of the school’s school buildings, counting only students enrolled in respect of the school building, is greater than or equal to:

A.  200, in the case of an English-language district school board.

B.  150, in the case of a French-language district school board.

5.  Multiply the number of qualifying combined schools that meet the following criteria by $143,972.51:

i.  The current fiscal year’s combined enrolment is 350 or more.

ii.  The sum of the current fiscal year’s enrolments of the qualifying elementary schools that form part of the qualifying combined school is 100 or more.

iii.  The sum of the current fiscal year’s enrolments of the qualifying secondary schools that form part of the qualifying combined school is 100 or more.

6.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 5.

(3) The vice-principals amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each qualifying sole elementary school described in Table 3, determine an amount by multiplying $126,132.53 by the applicable number or formula specified in the Table.

2.  For each qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school described in Table 4, determine an amount by multiplying $132,611.92 by the applicable number or formula specified in the Table.

3.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

(4) The school secretaries amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each qualifying sole elementary school described in Table 5, determine an amount by multiplying $57,104.98 by the applicable number or formula specified in the Table.

2.  For each qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school described in Table 6, determine an amount by multiplying $60,155.19 by the applicable number or formula specified in the Table.

3.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

(5) The school supplies amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the number of qualifying sole elementary schools of the board by $2,070.50.

2.  Total the current fiscal year’s enrolments of the qualifying sole elementary schools.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by $6.06.

4.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 3.

5.  Multiply the number of qualifying sole secondary schools by $3,080.50.

6.  Total the current fiscal year’s enrolments of the qualifying sole secondary schools.

7.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 6 by $7.07.

8.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 5 and 7.

9.  Multiply the number of qualifying combined schools by $3,080.50.

10.  Total the current fiscal year’s combined enrolments of the qualifying combined schools.

11.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 10 by $7.07.

12.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 9 and 11.

13.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 4, 8 and 12.

(6) The library staff amount is the amount determined as follows:

1.  Determine the number of elementary schools that are qualifying sole elementary schools.

2.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $1,775.70.

3.  Add $53,324.40 to the amount determined under paragraph 2.

(7) The parent engagement amount is the amount determined as follows:

1.  Determine an amount using the following formula:

(A × $0.17) + $5,000

in which,

“A”  is the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Multiply $500 by the total number of qualifying sole elementary schools, qualifying sole secondary schools and qualifying combined schools.

3.  Multiply $500 by the number of qualifying combined schools that meet the criteria set out in paragraph 5 of subsection 17 (2).

4.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 3.

Special Education Allocation

Special education allocation

18. The special education allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The enrolment-based special education amount.

2.  The special equipment amount.

3.  The differentiated special education needs amount.

4.  The special incidence claim.

5.  The education and community partnership program amount.

6.  The behaviour expertise amount.

Enrolment-based special education amount

19. The enrolment-based special education amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten, kindergarten and grades 1 to 3, by $1,044.06 to determine the enrolment-based special education amount for junior kindergarten to grade 3.

2.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8, by $801.98 to determine the enrolment-based special education amount for grades 4 to 8.

3.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils by $529.29 to determine the enrolment-based special education amount for secondary schools.

4.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 to determine the board’s enrolment-based special education amount.

Special equipment amount

20. (1) Subject to adjustments made under section 25, the special equipment amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  $10,000 as a base amount.

2.  The amount determined by multiplying the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $36.101.

3.  The total of all approved special equipment claims made by a board for its pupils.

(2) A special equipment claim for a pupil of a district school board is an approved special equipment claim if,

(a)  the pupil meets the eligibility criteria for special equipment set out in the document entitled “Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Equipment Amount (SEA), 2021-22”; and

(b)  the board has made a claim for the fiscal year for expenditures in excess of $800 for special equipment for the pupil, in accordance with the publication mentioned in clause (a), and the Minister has approved the claim.

(3) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that a board spend the special equipment amount in accordance with the document entitled “Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Equipment Amount (SEA), 2021-22”.

Differentiated special education needs amount

21. (1) The differentiated special education needs amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  $472,761.53 as a base amount for collaboration and integration.

2.  The projected measures of variability amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 7.

3.  The projected special education statistical prediction model amount specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 7.

4.  The other staffing resources amount specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 7.

5.  The multidisciplinary teams component amount determined under subsection (2).

6.  The northern adjustment amount for boards that are leads in regional cooperatives, determined under subsection (4).

(2) The multidisciplinary teams component amount is determined as follows:

1.  $102,145.48, if the board employs one person described in subsection (3) during the fiscal year.

2.  $204,290.96, if the board employs two persons described in subsection (3) during the fiscal year.

3.  $306,436.44, if the board employs three persons described in subsection (3) during the fiscal year.

4.  $408,581.92, if the board employs four or more persons described in subsection (3) during the fiscal year.

(3) The persons referred to in subsection (2) are the following:

1.  A psychologist.

2.  A behavioural specialist.

3.  A speech-language pathologist.

4.  A registered social worker.

5.  A person in a position that requires similar qualifications to a person described in paragraph 1, 2, 3 or 4.

(4) The northern adjustment amount for boards that are leads in regional co-operatives is determined by adding the following amounts:

1.  The northern supports component amount, which is,

i.  in the case of the Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario, $2,520,956,

ii.  in the case of the District School Board Ontario North East, $2,924,309, and

iii.  in the case of the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board, $1,613,412.

2.  The integrated supports component amount, which is,

i.  in the case of the Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario, $535,426,

ii.  in the case of the District School Board Ontario North East, $588,301, and

iii.  in the case of the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board, $316,273.

Special incidence claim

22. (1) The special incidence claim is the total of all approved special incidence claims for pupils, after any adjustment required under section 25.

(2) A special incidence claim for a pupil is an approved special incidence claim for the pupil if,

(a)  the board has designated the pupil as a pupil requiring special incidence funding in accordance with the document entitled “Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Incidence Portion (SIP), 2021-22”; and

(b)  the board has made a special incidence claim for the pupil for the current fiscal year in an amount not exceeding $28,518, in accordance with the publication mentioned in clause (a), and the Minister has approved the claim.

Education and community partnership program amount

23. (1) The education and community partnership program amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each qualifying education program provided by the board, as described in subsection (2) or (5), determine the amount for the qualifying education program in accordance with subsection (6).

2.  Determine an amount for administrator positions in accordance with subsection (10).

3.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

(2) An education program provided by the board under an agreement with a facility listed in subsection (4) is a qualifying education program for the purposes of this section if the following conditions are satisfied:

1.  The education program is provided by a teacher employed by the board.

2.  The board has entered into a written agreement with the facility that satisfies the requirements set out in subsection (3).

3.  The board has submitted to the Minister the “Application Form for an Education and Community Partnership Program” for the current fiscal year.

4.  The Minister has approved the board’s application for the current fiscal year.

5.  At the time the approval is made, no education program will be provided by the Province in the facility at the same time.

(3) The requirements for the written agreement referred to in paragraph 2 of subsection (2) are as follows:

1.  The agreement includes a staffing plan that sets out the number of teachers and teacher assistants to be employed by the board for the purposes of the program.

2.  The agreement adequately sets out the responsibilities of the board and the facility.

3.  The agreement sets out the number of pupil places in the program.

(4) The following are facilities for the purposes of this section:

1.  A psychiatric facility.

2.  A children’s aid society designated under subsection 34 (1) of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 or a person or entity funded under section 25 of that Act.

3.  A place of temporary detention, a place of open custody or a place of secure custody, as all those terms are defined in subsection 2 (1) of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017.

4.  A home for special care licensed under the Homes for Special Care Act.

5.  A hospital approved by the Minister.

6.  A correctional institution as defined in the Ministry of Correctional Services Act.

7.  A place of temporary detention and a youth custody facility under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Canada).

8.  A long-term care home as defined in subsection 2 (1) of the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007.

9.  An intensive support residence and a supported group living residence as defined in subsection 4 (2) of the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008.

(5) An education program provided by the board, other than a program described in subsection (2), is a qualifying education program for the purposes of this section if the following conditions are satisfied:

1.  The education program is provided by a teacher employed by the board.

2.  The board has submitted to the Minister the “Application Form for an Education and Community Partnership Program” together with the “Supplementary Application Form for Enhanced Education and Treatment (EET) Programs” for the current fiscal year.

3.  The Minister has approved the board’s application for the current fiscal year.

4.  At the time the approval is made, no education program will be provided by the Province in the facility at the same time.

(6) Subject to subsections (7), (8) and (9), the amount for a qualifying education program is determined as follows:

1.  Take the lesser of,

i.  the expenses of the board in the current fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of teachers employed by the board to provide the program, and

ii.  the amount that was approved by the Minister for the current fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of teachers employed by the board to provide the program under the “Application Form for an Education and Community Partnership Program”.

2.  Multiply the number of full-time equivalent teachers employed by the board to provide the program by $2,666. For the purposes of this paragraph, the counting practices usually followed by the board for staffing purposes are to be followed.

3.  Take the lesser of,

i.  the expenses of the board in the current fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of teacher assistants employed by the board to assist teachers in providing the program, and

ii.  the amount that was approved by the Minister for the current fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of teacher assistants employed by the board under the “Application Form for an Education and Community Partnership Program”.

4.  Multiply the number of full-time equivalent teacher assistants employed by the board to assist teachers in providing the program by $1,302. For the purposes of this paragraph, the counting practices usually followed by the board for staffing purposes are to be followed.

5.  Determine the expenditure of the board in the current fiscal year for the purchase of furniture or equipment for any classroom used in the program. The amount determined for a classroom under this paragraph, added to the total of all amounts received for the classroom under similar provisions of previous legislative grant regulations, shall not exceed $3,523 unless the board obtains the Minister’s approval.

6.  Where a board has submitted the “Supplementary Application Form for an Enhanced Education and Treatment (EET) Program” for the current fiscal year, determine the additional amount claimed for the current fiscal year, as approved by the Minister, for regulated health professionals, regulated social services professionals or paraprofessionals.

7.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 6.

(7) Despite subsection (6), if the predecessor to a qualifying education program provided by the board was an education program provided by the Ministry in the facility, the amount otherwise determined under this section for a qualifying education program may be increased by an amount determined by the Minister to be appropriate having regard to reasonable costs of the board in connection with program expenditures that were previously made by the Ministry and are not mentioned in subsection (6).

(8) Despite subsections (6) and (7), the amount otherwise determined under this section for a qualifying education program must be reduced by the amount determined by the Minister to be appropriate having regard to the reasonable costs of the board in connection with the program, if the program,

(a)  operates on a smaller scale than was projected in the application submitted by the board for consideration by the Minister for the purposes of subsection (2) or (5);

(b)  does not operate during the 2021-2022 school year; or

(c)  ceases to operate during the 2021-2022 school year.

(9) Despite subsections (6) to (8), the amount otherwise determined under this section for a qualifying education program may be increased by an amount determined by the Minister where, in the Minister’s opinion, the increase is justified by exceptional circumstances.

(10) The amount for administrator positions is determined as follows:

1.  Take the number of full-time equivalent teachers employed by the board to provide the board’s qualifying education programs.

2.  Divide the number determined under paragraph 1 by 16, rounded to the nearest whole number. For this purpose, a number ending in .5 is considered to be nearer to the next whole number.

3.  Determine the number of full-time equivalent administrators employed by the board to provide the board’s qualifying education programs.

4.  Take the lesser of the numbers determined under paragraphs 2 and 3.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by $2,666.

6.  Take the lesser of,

i.  the expenses of the board in the current fiscal year for salary and employee benefits for the number of full-time equivalent administrators determined under paragraph 4, and

ii.  the amount that was approved by the Minister for the current fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of full-time equivalent administrators employed by the board under the “Application Form for an Education and Community Partnership Program”.

7.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 5 and 6.

Behaviour expertise amount

24. (1) The behaviour expertise amount is the total of the following components:

1.  The ABA expertise professionals component determined under subsection (2).

2.  The ABA training component determined under subsection (3).

3.  The after-school skills development programs component determined under subsection (4).

(2) The ABA expertise professionals component is the total of the following two amounts:

1.  $181,483 as a base amount.

2.  The amount determined by multiplying the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $5.98.

(3) The ABA training component is the total of the following two amounts:

1.  $1,500 as a base amount.

2.  The amount determined by multiplying the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $2.95.

(4) The after-school skills development programs component is the total of the following two amounts:

1.  $50,000 as a base amount.

2.  The amount determined by multiplying the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $1.22.

Special education pupil, move to new board

25. (1) Subsection (2) applies if,

(a)  special equipment has been purchased in respect of a pupil under section 20 for the current fiscal year, or under a predecessor of that section in the grant regulation for a prior fiscal year, and the pupil enrols during the current fiscal year in a school that is operated by a different district school board or by a section 68 board; or

(b)  a section 68 board has made expenditures to purchase special equipment for a pupil of a district school board and the pupil enrols during the current fiscal year in a school operated by a different district school board.

(2) The special equipment referred to in subsection (1) must move with the pupil to the new board, unless, in the opinion of the new board, it is not practical to move the equipment.

(3) Subsection (4) applies if a special equipment claim has been approved, as described in subsection 20 (2), for a district school board in respect of a pupil and the pupil enrols during the fiscal year in a school operated by a different district school board.

(4) Any unspent part of the special equipment claim amount approved in respect of the pupil must be deducted from the amount determined under paragraph 3 of subsection 20 (1) for the former board and added to the amount determined under paragraph 3 of subsection 20 (1) for the new board.

(5) Subsection (6) applies if a pupil,

(a)  was a pupil approved for special incidence funding in respect of a district school board; and

(b)  enrols in a school operated by a different district school board after the end of the 2020-2021 school year.

(6) The total amount of the approved special incidence claims for pupils of the board referred to in clause (5) (a) is reduced and the amount of the approved special incidence claims for pupils of the board referred to in clause (5) (b) is increased to the extent, if any, that the Minister considers appropriate having regard to the costs of each board in the fiscal year in connection with providing the pupil’s special education program.

Language Allocation

English-language Boards

Language allocation, English-language boards

26. The language allocation for an English-language district school board is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The French as a second language amount.

2.  The ESL/ELD amount.

French as a second language amount

27. (1) The French as a second language amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The French as a second language amount for elementary school pupils.

2.  The French as a second language amount for secondary school pupils.

(2) The French as a second language amount for elementary school pupils is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $310.04 by the number of pupils enrolled in any of grades 4 to 8 who are scheduled, on October 31 of the current fiscal year, to take instruction in French for an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 60 minutes per school day.

2.  Multiply $353.21 by the number of pupils enrolled in any of grades 4 to 8 who are scheduled, on October 31 of the current fiscal year, to take instruction in French for an average of 60 or more minutes but less than 150 minutes per school day.

3.  Multiply $395.15 by the number of pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten, kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 8 who are scheduled, on October 31 of the current fiscal year, to take instruction in French for an average of 150 or more minutes per school day.

4.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 3.

(3) The French as a second language amount for secondary school pupils is determined as follows:

1.  Determine an amount for grades 9 and 10 instruction in the subject of French by multiplying $79.89 by the total of the amounts determined under the following subparagraphs:

i.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

ii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a quartered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iv.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on an eighthed basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

2.  Determine an amount for grades 9 and 10 instruction in a subject other than French if the language of instruction is French by multiplying $131.42 by the total of the amounts determined under the following subparagraphs:

i.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in a subject other than French that is taught in French on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

ii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in a subject other than French that is taught in French on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in a subject other than French that is taught in French on a quartered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the sixteenth day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the sixteenth day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iv.  Determine the credit value of each grade 9 listed course and grade 10 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on an eighthed basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

3.  Determine an amount for grades 11 and 12 instruction in the subject of French by multiplying $105.66 by the total of the amounts determined under the following subparagraphs:

i.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

ii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a quartered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iv.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on an eighthed basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

4.  Determine an amount for grades 11 and 12 instruction in a subject other than French if the language of instruction is French by multiplying $204.90 by the total of the amounts determined under the following subparagraphs:

i.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in a subject other than French that is taught in French on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

ii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in a subject other than French that is taught in French on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iii.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on a quartered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the16th day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

iv.  Determine the credit value of each grade 11 listed course and grade 12 listed course in the subject of French that is taught on an eighthed basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

5.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 4.

ESL/ELD amount

28. (1) The ESL/ELD amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The ESL/ELD amount for elementary school pupils.

2.  The ESL/ELD amount for secondary school pupils.

3.  The diversity in English language learners component of the ESL/ELD amount.

4.  The ESL/ELD recent immigrant supplement amount for elementary school pupils.

5.  The ESL/ELD recent immigrant supplement amount for secondary school pupils.

(2) The ESL/ELD amount for elementary school pupils is the product determined by multiplying $4,188 by the total of,

(a)  the number of elementary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000, and

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2020 and ending October 31, 2021;

(b)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.85 by the number of elementary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000, and

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2019 and ending August 31, 2020;

(c)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.5 by the number of elementary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000, and

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2018 and ending August 31, 2019; and

(d)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.25 by the number of elementary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000, and

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2017 and ending August 31, 2018.

(3) The ESL/ELD amount for secondary school pupils is the product determined by multiplying $4,188 by the total of,

(a)  the number of secondary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2020 and ending October 31, 2021, and

(iii)  who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions;

(b)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.85 by the number of secondary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2019 and ending August 31, 2020, and

(iii)  who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions;

(c)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.5 by the number of secondary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2018 and ending August 31, 2019, and

(iii)  who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions; and

(d)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.25 by the number of secondary school pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(ii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2017 and ending August 31, 2018, and

(iii)  who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

(4) The countries referred to in subsections (2) and (3) are,

(a)  countries in which English is not the first language of a majority of the population; and

(b)  countries in which a majority of the population speaks a variety of English that is sufficiently different from the English used as the language of instruction in schools of the board for it to be appropriate to offer an ESL or ELD program to pupils born in those countries.

(5) The diversity in English language learners component of the ESL/ELD amount is the amount specified for the board in Table 8.

(6) The ESL/ELD recent immigrant supplement amount for elementary school pupils is determined as follows:

1.  Take the amount determined under subsection 28 (2) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation.

2.  Divide the amount taken under paragraph 1 by $4,109.

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by $4,188.

4.  Subtract the amount determined under subsection (2) from the amount determined under paragraph 3. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

(7) The ESL/ELD recent immigrant supplement amount for secondary school pupils is determined as follows:

1.  Take the amount determined under subsection 28 (3) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation.

2.  Divide the amount taken under paragraph 1 by $4,109.

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by $4,188.

4.  Subtract the amount determined under subsection (3) from the amount determined under paragraph 3. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

French-language Boards

Language allocation, French-language boards

29. The language allocation for a French-language district school board is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The French as a first language amount.

2.  The ALF/PANA amount.

French as a first language amount

30. The French as a first language amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $776.19 by the number of elementary school pupils on October 31 of the current fiscal year.

2.  Multiply $890.41 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils.

3.  Multiply $19,272.44 by the number of elementary schools that are governed for the first time by the board in September of the current fiscal year.

ALF/PANA amount

31. (1) The ALF/PANA amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The ALF funding level.

2.  The PANA funding level.

3.  The PANA recent immigrant supplement.

(2) The ALF funding level is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils by the broader community factor (2011) percentage specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 9.

2.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $950.82.

3.  Multiply by $49,709.45 the number of elementary schools that are qualifying sole elementary schools.

4.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils by the broader community factor (2011) percentage specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 9.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by $414.85.

6.  Multiply by $93,298.89 the number of secondary schools that are qualifying sole secondary schools or qualifying combined schools.

7.  For each qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school, determine an amount as follows:

i.  If the current fiscal year’s enrolment or the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, as the case may be, is more than zero but less than 100, the amount is $87,178.89.

ii.  If the current fiscal year’s enrolment or the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, as the case may be, is 100 or more but less than 200, the amount is $130,768.34.

iii.  If the current fiscal year’s enrolment or the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, as the case may be, is 200 or more but less than 300, the amount is $174,357.78.

iv.  If the current fiscal year’s enrolment or the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, as the case may be, is 300 or more but less than 400, the amount is $217,947.23.

v.  If the current fiscal year’s enrolment or the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, as the case may be, is 400 or more, the amount is $261,536.67.

8.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7.

9.  Add $317,347.28 to the amount determined under paragraph 8.

(3) The PANA funding level is the amount determined by multiplying $4,188 by the total of,

(a)  the number of pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who have been admitted to a school under section 293 of the Act,

(ii)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(iii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2020 and ending October 31, 2021, and

(iv)  who, in the case of secondary school pupils, meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions;

(b)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.85 by the number of pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who have been admitted to a school under section 293 of the Act,

(ii)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(iii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2019 and ending August 31, 2020, and

(iv)  who, in the case of secondary school pupils, meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions;

(c)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.5 by the number of pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who have been admitted to a school under section 293 of the Act,

(ii)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(iii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2018 and ending August 31, 2019, and

(iv)  who, in the case of secondary school pupils, meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions; and

(d)  the amount determined by multiplying 0.25 by the number of pupils, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year,

(i)  who have been admitted to a school under section 293 of the Act,

(ii)  who were born in countries described in subsection (4) after December 31, 2000,

(iii)  who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 2017 and ending August 31, 2018, and

(iv)  who, in the case of secondary school pupils, meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

(4) The countries described for the purposes of subsection (3) are,

(a)  countries in which neither English nor French is the first language of a majority of the population; and

(b)  countries in which a majority of the population speaks a variety of French that is sufficiently different from the French used as the language of instruction in schools of the board for it to be appropriate to offer a PANA program to pupils born in those countries.

(5) The PANA recent immigrant supplement amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the amount determined under subsection 31 (3) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation.

2.  Divide the amount taken under paragraph 1 by $4,109.

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by $4,188.

4.  Subtract the amount determined under subsection (3) from the amount determined under paragraph 3. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

Indigenous Education Supplemental Allocation

Indigenous education supplemental allocation

32. (1) The Indigenous education supplemental allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The Indigenous language amount for elementary school pupils.

2.  The Indigenous language amount for secondary school pupils.

3.  The First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies amount.

4.  The board action plan amount.

(2) The Indigenous language amount for elementary school pupils is the total of the amounts determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $1,452.98 by the number of elementary school pupils who, on October 31 of the current fiscal year, are scheduled to take instruction in the subject of an Indigenous language for an average of at least 20 minutes but less than 40 minutes per school day.

2.  Multiply $2,179.47 by the number of elementary school pupils who, on October 31 of the current fiscal year, are scheduled to take instruction in the subject of an Indigenous language for an average of at least 40 minutes per school day.

(3) The Indigenous language amount for secondary school pupils is the total of the amounts determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a level one, level two or level three listed course taught on a non-semestered basis by the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

2.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a level one, level two or level three listed course taught on a semestered basis by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

3.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a level one, level two or level three listed course taught on a quartered basis by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

4.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a level one, level two or level three listed course taught on an eighthed basis by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

5.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a grade 11 listed course or grade 12 listed course taught on a non-semestered basis by the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

6.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a grade 11 listed course or grade 12 listed course taught on a semestered basis by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

7.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a grade 11 listed course or grade 12 listed course taught on a quartered basis by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

8.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in an Indigenous language that is a grade 11 listed course or grade 12 listed course taught on an eighthed basis by the total of the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

(4) The First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies taught on a non-semestered basis by the number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions.

2.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies taught on a semestered basis by the total number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on October 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on March 31 of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

3.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies taught on a quartered basis by the total number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last two quarters of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

4.  Multiply $1,210.82 by the total of the products determined by multiplying the credit value of each listed course in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies taught on an eighthed basis by the total number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the first four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the October high-credit conditions, and the number of secondary school pupils enrolled in the listed course on the 16th day following the start of one of the last four eighths of the current fiscal year who meet at least one of the March high-credit conditions.

(5) The board action plan amount is determined as follows:

1.  If the estimated percentage of students who are First Nation, Métis or Inuit, as specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 10, is less than 7.5 per cent, multiply the percentage by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  If the estimated percentage of students who are First Nation, Métis or Inuit, as specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 10, is equal to or greater than 7.5 per cent but less than 15 per cent, determine a number as follows:

i.  Multiply the percentage by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

ii.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by 2.

3.  If the estimated percentage of students who are First Nation, Métis or Inuit, as specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 10, is equal to or greater than 15 per cent, determine a number as follows:

i.  Multiply the percentage by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

ii.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by 3.

4.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1, 2 or 3, as the case may be, by $195.32.

5.  Subtract $167,146.44 from the amount determined under paragraph 4. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

6.  Add the amount specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 10 to the amount determined under paragraph 5.

Outlying Schools Allocation

Outlying schools allocation

33. The outlying schools allocation is determined as follows:

1.  For each outlying elementary school, calculate an amount as follows:

i.  Take the lesser of $653,841.68 and the amount determined using the following formula:

$75,614.34 + (A× $11,564.55)

in which,

“A”  is the greater of one and the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school.

ii.  Subtract the amount determined using the following formula from the amount determined under subparagraph i:

A × $4,077.36 + B × $5,246.43 + C × $4,252.59

in which,

“A”  is the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten,

“B”  is the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 1, 2 and 3, and

“C”  is the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

iii.  Take the greater of zero and the amount determined under subparagraph ii.

iv.  Calculate an amount using the following formula:

A – (B × $1,602.74)

in which,

“A”  is $0 if B is less than 16, $40,982.33 if B is at least 16 and less than 42, and $81,964.66 in all other cases, and

“B”  is the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten.

v.  Take the amount determined under subparagraph iv. If the number is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

vi.  Total the amounts taken under subparagraphs iii and v.

2.  For each outlying combined school, calculate an amount as follows:

i.  Take the lesser of $653,841.68 and the amount determined using the following formula:

$75,614.34 + (A × $11,564.55)

in which,

“A”  is the greater of one and the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only elementary school pupils.

ii.  Subtract the amount determined using the following formula from the amount determined under subparagraph i:

A × $4,077.36 + B × $5,246.43 + C × $4,252.59

in which,

“A”  is the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten,

“B”  is the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 1, 2 and 3, and

“C”  is the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

iii.  Take the greater of zero and the amount determined under subparagraph ii.

iv.  Calculate an amount using the following formula:

A – (B × $1,602.74)

in which,

“A”  is $0 if B is less than 16, $40,982.33 if B is at least 16 and less than 42, and $81,964.66 in all other cases, and

“B”  is the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten.

v.  Take the amount determined under subparagraph iv. If the number is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

vi.  Total the amounts taken under subparagraphs iii and v.

3.  Take the total of all the amounts determined under subparagraphs 1 vi and 2 vi.

4.  For each outlying secondary school, calculate an amount as follows:

i.  Calculate an amount using the following formula:

$64,049.80 + (A × $23,129.09)

in which,

“A”  is the greater of one and the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school.

ii.  Take the lesser of the amount calculated under subparagraph i and $1,220,504.46.

iii.  Subtract the amount determined using the following formula from the amount taken under subparagraph ii:

A × $4,807.92

in which,

“A”  is the current fiscal year’s enrolment of the school.

iv.  Take the greater of zero and the amount calculated under subparagraph iii.

v.  Subtract the amount calculated for the school under paragraph 7 of subsection 31 (2) from the amount taken under subparagraph iv of this paragraph. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

5.  For each outlying combined school, calculate an amount as follows:

i.  Calculate an amount using the following formula:

$64,049.80 + (A × $23,129.09)

in which,

“A”  is the greater of one and the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only secondary school pupils.

ii.  Take the lesser of the amount calculated under subparagraph i and $1,220,504.46.

iii.  Subtract the amount determined using the following formula from the amount taken under subparagraph ii:

A × $4,807.92

in which,

“A”  is the current fiscal year’s combined enrolment of the school, counting only secondary school pupils.

iv.  Take the greater of zero and the amount calculated under subparagraph iii.

v.  Subtract the amount calculated for the school under paragraph 7 of subsection 31 (2) from the amount taken under subparagraph iv of this paragraph. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

6.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 4 and 5.

7.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 3 and 6.

Remote and Rural Allocation

Remote and rural allocation

34. (1) The remote and rural allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The small board amount.

2.  The distance amount.

3.  The dispersion amount.

(2) The small board amount is the amount, if any, determined under the following paragraph that applies to the board:

1.  If the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils is less than 4,000,

i.  multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $0.018010,

ii.  subtract the amount determined under subparagraph i from $331.73,

iii.  multiply the amount determined under subparagraph ii by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils,

iv.  multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $0.018010,

v.  subtract the amount determined under subparagraph iv from $331.73,

vi.  multiply the amount determined under subparagraph v by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils, and

vii.  total the amounts determined under subparagraphs iii and vi.

2.  If the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils is at least 4,000 but less than 8,000,

i.  subtract 4,000 from the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils,

ii.  multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by $0.020690,

iii.  subtract the amount determined under subparagraph ii from $259.68,

iv.  multiply the amount determined under subparagraph iii by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils,

v.  multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by $0.020690,

vi.  subtract the amount determined under subparagraph v from $259.68,

vii.  multiply the amount determined under subparagraph vi by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils, and

viii.  total the amounts determined under subparagraphs iv and vii.

3.  If the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils is 8,000 or more,

i.  subtract 8,000 from the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils,

ii.  multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by $0.022120,

iii.  subtract the amount determined under subparagraph ii from $176.92,

iv.  if the amount determined under subparagraph iii is greater than zero, multiply it by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils,

v.  multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by $0.022120,

vi.  subtract the amount determined under subparagraph v from $176.92,

vii.  if the amount determined under subparagraph vi is greater than zero, multiply it by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils, and

viii.  total the amounts, if any, determined under subparagraphs iv and vii.

(3) In the case of an English-language district school board, the distance amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The product of the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils and the board’s distance factor per pupil determined under subsection (5).

2.  The product of the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils and the board’s distance factor per pupil determined under subsection (5).

(4) In the case of a French-language district school board, the distance amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The product of,

i.  the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, and

ii.  the greater of $184.85 and the board’s distance factor per pupil determined under subsection (5).

2.  The product of,

i.  the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils, and

ii.  the greater of $184.85 and the board’s distance factor per pupil determined under subsection (5).

(5) The board’s distance factor per pupil is the amount determined by multiplying the urban factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 11 by the amount determined under the following paragraph that applies to the board:

1.  If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 11 is less than 151 kilometres, the amount is zero.

2.  If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 11 is equal to or greater than 151 kilometres but less than 650 kilometres, the amount is determined using the following formula:

(A – 150) × $1.13172

in which,

“A”  is the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 11.

3.  If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 11 is equal to or greater than 650 kilometres but less than 1,150 kilometres, the amount is determined using the following formula:

[(A – 650) × $0.15230] + $565.86

in which,

“A”  is the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of 11.

4.  If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 11 is equal to or greater than 1,150 kilometres, the amount is $642.01.

(6) The dispersion amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The dispersion amount in respect of elementary school pupils, which is determined as follows:

ADEE × (DD − F) × $5.95470

in which,

“ADEE”  is the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils,

“DD”  is the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11, and

“F”  is the lesser of “DD” and 14 kilometres.

2.  The dispersion amount in respect of secondary school pupils, which is determined as follows:

ADES × (DD − F) × $5.95470

in which,

“ADES”  is the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils,

“DD”  is the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11, and

“F”  is the lesser of “DD” and 14 kilometres.

Rural and Northern Allocation

Rural and northern allocation

35. (1) The rural and northern allocation for a board, other than the Toronto District School Board and the Toronto Catholic District School Board, is determined as follows:

ERE × $121.14 × (RDF + RDR) ÷ 2

in which,

“ERE” is the estimated rural enrolment of the board, as set out in Column 2 of Table 12,

“RDF” is the rural density factor of the board, as set out in Column 3 of Table 12, and

“RDR” is the rural density ratio of the board, as set out in Column 4 of Table 12.

(2) The rural and northern allocation for the Toronto District School Board and the Toronto Catholic District School Board is zero.

Educational Software Top-up Allocation

Educational software top-up allocation

36. The educational software top-up allocation for a board is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $0.84 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 1 from $50,000.

3.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 2. If the number is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

Student Technological Devices Top-up Allocation

Student technological devices top-up allocation

37. The student technological devices top-up allocation for a board is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $7.11 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 1 from $50,000.

3.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 2. If the number is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

Learning Opportunities Allocation

Learning opportunities allocation

38. (1) The learning opportunities allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The demographic component amount.

2.  The literacy and numeracy assistance amount.

3.  The student success teachers and literacy and numeracy coaches, grades 7 and 8, amount.

4.  The student success, grades 7 to 12, amount.

5.  The specialist high skills major program amount.

6.  The tutoring amount.

7.  The outdoor education amount.

8.  The experiential learning amount.

(2) The demographic component amount is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 13.

(3) The literacy and numeracy assistance amount is determined as follows:

1.  Determine the current fiscal year’s summer school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in subclauses (c) (iii) and (iv) of the definition of “summer school class or course” in subsection 95 (1).

2.  Determine the current fiscal year’s continuing education average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in paragraphs 3, 4 and 5 of subsection 91 (1).

3.  Take the total of the numbers determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

4.  Determine the current fiscal year’s continuing education average daily enrolment of fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in paragraphs 3 and 4 of subsection 91 (1).

5.  Determine the current fiscal year’s summer school average daily enrolment of fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in subclauses (c) (iii) and (iv) of the definition of “summer school class or course” in subsection 95 (1).

6.  Take the total of the numbers determined under paragraphs 4 and 5.

7.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 6 from the number determined under paragraph 3.

8.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 7 by $6,989.

9.  Add the transportation costs related to literacy and numeracy instruction, which is determined as follows:

i.  Take the transportation allocation.

ii.  Deduct the amount determined under subsection 52 (6).

iii.  Divide the result obtained under subparagraph ii by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

iv.  Multiply the result obtained under subparagraph iii by the summer school average daily enrolment as determined under paragraph 1.

v.  Multiply the result obtained under subparagraph iv by 3.

(4) The student success teachers and literacy and numeracy coaches, grades 7 and 8, amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $27.90 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

2.  Add 1 to the number determined under paragraph 6 of subsection 43 (2).

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 1 by the number determined under paragraph 2.

(5) The student success, grades 7 to 12, amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $32.98 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12.

2.  Multiply $13.17 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

3.  Multiply 0.0023 by the difference obtained by subtracting the amount determined under subsection 52 (6) from the transportation allocation.

4.  Divide the amount determined under subsection (2) by the sum of the amounts specified for the boards in Column 2 of Table 14. Round the result to four decimal places.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by $13,246,923.

6.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12, by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

7.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 6 by $0.68.

8.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

9.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 8 by $0.25.

10.  Add the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 and 9.

11.  In the case of the Lakehead District School Board, add $90,000 to the sum determined under paragraph 10.

(6) The specialist high skills major program amount is the amount specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 13.

(7) The tutoring amount is the amount determined by multiplying the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $4.19.

(8) The outdoor education amount is the amount determined as follows:

1.  Allow $5,000 as a base amount.

2.  Add the product of $8.51 and the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

(9) The experiential learning amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take $87,178.89.

2.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $1.654394.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 of subsection (5) by $1,505,079.64.

4.  Take the amount determined as follows:

i.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by 0.032749.

ii.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

5.  Multiply 0.00026657 by the difference obtained by subtracting the amount determined under subsection 52 (6) from the transportation allocation.

6.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 5.

Mental Health and Well-being Allocation

Mental health and well-being allocation

39. (1) The mental health and well-being allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The priority urban secondary schools component amount.

2.  The prevention and program support component amount.

3.  The professional staff support component amount.

4.  The mental health workers staffing component amount.

5.  The data and information collection component amount.

6.  The supporting student mental health amount.

(2) The priority urban secondary schools component amount is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 14.

(3) The prevention and program support component amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $8.63.

2.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by the weighted per pupil amount for programs and supports specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 15.

3.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12, by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

4.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by $0.552314.

5.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

6.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 5 by $0.207116.

7.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2, 4 and 6.

8.  Take the greater of $60,168 and the amount determined under paragraph 7.

(4) The professional staff support component amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $3.93.

2.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by the weighted per pupil amount for professional staff support specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 15.

3.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12, by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

4.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by $0.252304.

5.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, by the dispersion distance in kilometres specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11.

6.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 5 by $0.094612.

7.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2, 4 and 6.

8.  Take the greater of $30,085 and the amount determined under paragraph 7.

(5) The mental health workers staffing component amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply 1.54 by $75,663.41.

2.  Determine the board’s average secondary school size as follows:

i.  Take the number of qualifying sole secondary schools of the board and add it to the number of qualifying combined schools of the board.

ii.  Divide the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils by the number determined under subparagraph i.

3.  Divide 699 by the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2.

4.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by the factor determined as follows:

i.  If the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2 is less than 200, the factor is 0.5.

ii.  If the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2 is 200 or greater but less than 400, the factor is 0.6.

iii.  If the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2 is 400 or greater but less than 600, the factor is 0.7.

iv.  If the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2 is 600 or greater but less than 800, the factor is 0.8.

v.  If the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2 is 800 or greater but less than 1000, the factor is 0.9.

vi.  If the average secondary school size determined under paragraph 2 is 1000 or greater, the factor is 1.0.

5.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils by $28.33.

6.  Multiply the numbers determined under paragraphs 4 and 5.

7.  Add the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 6.

(6) The data and information collection component amount is determined as follows:

1.  If the board has at least one qualifying sole secondary school or qualifying combined school, the amount is $50,000.

2.  If the board has no qualifying sole secondary schools and no qualifying combined schools, the amount is $0.

(7) The supporting student mental health amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take $100,858 as the base amount.

2.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board by $1.34.

3.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

Continuing Education and other Programs Allocation

Continuing education and other programs allocation

40. (1) The continuing education and other programs allocation is determined as follows:

1.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school high-credit average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils.

2.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils who are 21 years old or older.

3.  Determine the current fiscal year’s continuing education average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in paragraphs 1, 2, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of subsection 91 (1).

4.  Determine the current fiscal year’s continuing education average daily enrolment of fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in paragraphs 3 and 4 of subsection 91 (1).

5.  Determine the current fiscal year’s summer school average daily enrolment of fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in subclauses (c) (iii) and (iv) of the definition of “summer school class or course” in subsection 95 (1).

6.  Determine the current fiscal year’s summer school average daily enrolment of pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in subclause (c) (i), (ii), (v) or (vi) of the definition of “summer school class or course” in subsection 95 (1).

7.  Add the numbers determined under paragraphs 1 to 6.

8.  Multiply the total number determined under paragraph 7 by $3,588.

9.  Determine the international and Indigenous languages amount.

10.  Determine the prior learning assessment and recognition that is not provided as part of a day school program amount.

11.  Determine the adult day school/continuing education supplement amount, which is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 16.

12.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 8, 9, 10 and 11.

13.  Determine the international student recovery amount.

14.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 13 from the amount determined under paragraph 12.

(2) Subsections (3) and (4) apply if a board establishes classes to provide instruction in a language other than English or French and the classes are approved by the Minister as part of an international and Indigenous languages elementary school program.

(3) Except as provided in subsection (4), the international and Indigenous languages amount is the number of hours of instruction provided by the board in classes described in subsection (2), multiplied by $58.57.

(4) If the quotient obtained by dividing the number of elementary school pupils enrolled in classes described in subsection (2) that have been established by the board by the number of those classes is less than 23, the $58.57 per hour rate specified in subsection (3) is reduced by the product of $1 and the difference between the quotient and 23.

(5) The prior learning assessment and recognition that is not provided as part of a day school program amount is the total of the amounts determined under the following paragraphs:

1.  Multiply $129 by the number of mature students who, during the current fiscal year, received an individual student assessment for grade 9 or 10 credits in accordance with section 7.2.5.2 of the document entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”.

2.  Multiply $129 by the number of mature students who, during the current fiscal year, received an individual student equivalency assessment for grade 11 or 12 credits in accordance with section 7.2.5.2 of the document entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”.

3.  Multiply $387 by the number of completed challenges for grades 11 and 12 credits undertaken during the current fiscal year by mature students in accordance with section 7.2.5.2 of the document entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”.

(6) The following rules apply for purposes of subsection (5):

1.  A pupil is a mature student for the current fiscal year if they are at least 18 years of age on December 31 of the current fiscal year and was not enrolled in a day school program at any time in the 10-month period immediately preceding the date of enrolment.

2.  In determining the number of completed challenges for grades 11 and 12 credits undertaken by mature students, a full credit course is counted as one challenge and a half-credit course is counted as 0.5 challenges.

(7) The international student recovery amount is determined as follows:

1.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of other pupils, counting only pupils who are liable to pay fees as specified in subsection 49 (6) of the Act.

2.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $1,300.00.

Cost Adjustment and New Teacher Induction Program Allocation

Cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation

41. (1) The cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation is determined as follows:

1.  Take the new teacher induction program amount.

2.  Add the elementary and secondary school teacher qualification and experience amount.

3.  Add the educator qualification and experience amount.

4.  Add the Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount.

5.  Subtract the sick leave credit gratuities re-payment amount.

6.  Subtract the public sector compensation restraint amount.

7.  Add the conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount.

8.  Add the teacher job protection amount.

(2) For purposes of this section and section 42, the counting practices usually followed by the board for staffing purposes apply, subject to the following rules:

1.  A teacher who is not assigned to provide instruction to pupils in a regular timetable that is in effect as of October 31 of the current fiscal year is not counted, unless the teacher is on a leave of absence with pay on October 31 of the current fiscal year and the board is not reimbursed for the teacher’s pay during the leave of absence.

2.  The provision of library instruction or guidance to pupils is considered the provision of instruction to pupils for the purposes of paragraph 1.

3.  A temporary teacher is counted.

4.  A continuing education teacher is not counted.

5.  An occasional teacher is not counted, except as provided in paragraph 3 of subsection 43 (5).

New teacher induction program amount

42. The new teacher induction program amount is the lesser of the following two amounts:

1.  The sum of,

i.  $50,000, and

ii.  the product of $1,058.52 and the number of teachers of the board counted for the purposes of subsection 42 (4) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation who had two or fewer full years of teaching experience under subsection 42 (6) of that regulation.

2.  The expenses of the board during the fiscal year for its new teacher induction program.

Elementary and secondary school teacher qualification and experience amount

43. (1) The elementary and secondary school teacher qualification and experience amount is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The elementary school teacher qualification and experience amount.

2.  The secondary school teacher qualification and experience amount.

(2) The elementary school teacher qualification and experience amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each cell in Table 17, determine the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to elementary school pupils who have the teacher qualification category and the number of full years of teaching experience that correspond with the co-ordinates of the cell. For example, a teacher with a teacher qualification category of D and 0.7 years of teaching experience is counted for the purposes of cell D-1 and a teacher with a teacher qualification category of A2 or group 2 and 3.2 years of teaching experience is counted for the purposes of cell A2/group 2‑3.

2.  For each cell in Table 17, multiply the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to elementary school pupils who are counted under paragraph 1 for the purposes of the cell by the number set out in that cell in the Table.

3.  Add all the products obtained under paragraph 2 for the board.

4.  Divide the sum determined under paragraph 3 by the total number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to elementary school pupils.

5.  Subtract one from the number obtained under paragraph 4.

6.  Take the greater of zero and the number determined under paragraph 5.

7.  Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 6 by $4,191.39.

8.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 7 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten or kindergarten.

9.  Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 6 by $5,360.46.

10.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 9 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 1 to 3.

11.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 6 by $4,366.61.

12.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 11 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8.

13.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 6 by $226.67.

14.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 13 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 7 and 8.

15.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 8, 10, 12 and 14.

(3) The secondary school teacher qualification and experience amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each cell in Table 17, determine the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to secondary school pupils who have the teacher qualification category and the number of full years of teaching experience that correspond with the co-ordinates of the cell. For example, a teacher with a teacher qualification category of D and 0.7 years of teaching experience is counted for the purposes of cell D-1 and a teacher with a teacher qualification category of A2 or group 2 and 3.2 years of teaching experience is counted for the purposes of cell A2/group 2‑3.

2.  For each cell in Table 17, multiply the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to secondary school pupils who are counted under paragraph 1 for the purposes of the cell by the number set out in that cell in the Table.

3.  Add all the products obtained under paragraph 2 for the board.

4.  Divide the sum determined under paragraph 3 by the total number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to secondary school pupils.

5.  Subtract one from the number obtained under paragraph 4.

6.  Take the greater of zero and the number determined under paragraph 5.

7.  Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 6 by $5,130.49.

8.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 7 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils.

(4) For the purposes of this section, the number of teachers employed by a board is the full-time equivalent number of persons employed by the board as of October 31 of the current fiscal year to teach.

(5) The following rules apply to the counting of teachers for the purposes of subsection (3):

1.  If a teacher is assigned in a regular timetable that is in effect as of October 31 of the current fiscal year to spend part of his or her time providing instruction to pupils and is also assigned, as of that date, under section 17 of Regulation 298 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Operation of Schools — General) made under the Act, to spend part of his or her time acting as a consultant, co-ordinator or supervisor, the full-time equivalency for the teacher is determined as follows:

i.  Determine the average number of hours per day in the cycle that includes October 31 of the current fiscal year for which the teacher is regularly scheduled, in accordance with the timetable, to provide instruction to pupils or to prepare for such instruction. For the purposes of this subparagraph, a count of hours is accurate to one decimal place.

ii.  Divide the total determined under subparagraph i by 5.

2.  If a principal or vice-principal is assigned in a regular timetable that is in effect as of October 31 of the current fiscal year to spend part of his or her time providing instruction to pupils, the principal or vice-principal is counted as a teacher for the purposes of this section and his or her full-time equivalency as a teacher is determined as follows:

i.  Determine the average number of hours per day in the cycle that includes October 31 of the current fiscal year for which the principal or vice-principal is regularly scheduled, in accordance with the timetable, to provide instruction to pupils. For the purposes of this subsection, a count of hours is accurate to one decimal place.

ii.  Divide the number determined under subparagraph i by 5.

3.  An occasional teacher who is assigned to provide instruction to pupils in a regular timetable in effect on October 31 of the current fiscal year is counted as a teacher for the purposes of this section unless the teacher whom the occasional teacher replaces is included in determining the number of teachers employed by the board under subsection (4) and the board can reasonably expect the teacher to resume instructional duties with the board in the fiscal year.

(6) The following rules apply in determining the number of full years of teaching experience of a teacher:

1.  The number of full years of teaching experience of a teacher is deemed to be the teacher’s number of years of teaching experience before the first day of the 2021-2022 school year, rounded to the nearest whole number if the teacher’s number of years of teaching experience is not a whole number and, for this purpose, a number ending in .5 is considered to be nearer to the next whole number.

2.  If the number of full years of teaching experience of a teacher exceeds 10, the number of full years of teaching experience of the teacher is deemed to be 10.

3.  The number of full years of teaching experience of a principal or vice-principal is deemed to be 10.

(7) The following rules apply, as of October 31 of the current fiscal year, to determine the teacher qualification category of a teacher:

1.  If a board uses an AEFO certification system for salary purposes in relation to a teacher employed by it, that AEFO certification system is used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

2.  If a board uses a QECO categories system for salary purposes in relation to a teacher employed by it, that QECO categories system is used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

3.  If a board uses an OSSTF certification system for salary purposes in relation to a teacher employed by it, that OSSTF certification system is used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

4.  Subject to paragraph 6, if a board does not use a QECO categories system for salary purposes in relation to an elementary school teacher employed by it, the classification system used by the board for elementary school teachers in filling out the 2005 Data Form A is used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

5.  Subject to paragraph 6, if a board does not use an AEFO certification system, a QECO categories system or an OSSTF certification system for salary purposes in relation to a secondary school teacher employed by it, the classification system used by the board for secondary school teachers in filling out the 2005 Data Form A is used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

6.  In the circumstances described in paragraph 4 or 5, the board may elect, by written notice to the Minister, to use the AEFO certification system, the QECO categories system referred to by QECO as QECO Programme Level 4 or the 1992 OSSTF certification system, instead of the classification system required under paragraph 4 or 5.

7.  The teacher qualification category of a principal or vice-principal is deemed to be A4/Group 4.

8.  If the teacher qualification category of a person is changed after October 31 of the current fiscal year and the change for salary purposes is retroactive to a day in the period between the first day of the current fiscal year and October 31 of the current fiscal year, the changed teacher qualification category must be used for the purposes of this section.

Educator qualification and experience amount

44. (1) The educator qualification and experience amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each row in Table 18,

i.  determine the number of educators employed by the board who have the qualification category of A and the number of full years of experience set out in Column 1 of the row, and

ii.  multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the experience factor set out in Column 2 of the row.

2.  Total the products determined under paragraph 1 for all the rows in Table 18.

3.  Determine the number of educators employed by the board whose qualification category is B.

4.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by 0.9517.

5.  Take the total of the numbers determined under paragraphs 2 and 4.

6.  Divide the sum determined under paragraph 5 by the total number of educators employed by the board.

7.  Subtract one from the number obtained under paragraph 6.

8.  Take the greater of zero and the number determined under paragraph 7.

9.  Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 8 by $1,602.74.

10.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 9 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten.

(2) For the purposes of this section, the number of educators employed by a board is the full-time equivalent number of educators employed by the board as of October 31 of the current fiscal year to fill positions in junior kindergarten and kindergarten that are designated by the board as requiring early childhood educators.

(3) The following rules apply in determining the number of full years of experience of an educator:

1.  The number of full years of experience of an educator is deemed to be the educator’s number of years of relevant professional experience before the first day of the 2021-2022 school year, rounded to the nearest whole number if the educator’s number of years of experience is not a whole number and, for this purpose, a number ending in .5 is considered to be nearer to the next whole number.

2.  If the number of full years of experience of an educator exceeds 4, the number of full years of experience of the educator is deemed to be 4.

(4) The following rules apply to determine the qualification category of an educator:

1.  An educator who is a member of the College of Early Childhood Educators on October 31 of the current fiscal year is in category A.

2.  An educator who is not described in paragraph 1 is in category B.

Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount

45. (1) The Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the Crown contribution amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 19.

2.  Add the stabilization adjustment amount specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 19.

(2) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that the board complies with all the terms of each of the following agreements if that agreement applies to the board:

1.  Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario Employee Life and Health Trust Agreement and Declaration of Trust, dated October 6, 2016.

2.  Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation Employee Life and Health Trust Agreement and Declaration of Trust, dated October 6, 2016.

3.  Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association Employee Life and Health Trust Agreement and Declaration of Trust, dated October 6, 2016.

4.  Fiducie de soins de santé au bénéfice des membres de l’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens — Convention et déclaration de fiducie, dated January 30, 2017.

5.  Canadian Union of Public Employees Education Workers Benefits Trust Agreement, dated February 28, 2018.

6.  Ontario Non-union Education Trust Agreement, dated March 8, 2018.

(3) If a board fails to comply with the condition set out in subsection (2), the Minister may,

(a)  withhold all or part of a grant otherwise payable to the board under the Act; or

(b)  require the board to repay all or part of a grant that has been paid to the board under the Act.

Sick leave credit gratuities re-payment amount

46. The sick leave credit gratuities re-payment amount is determined as follows:

1.  Determine the amount for the board under section 42.1 of the 2015-2016 grant regulation.

2.  Add the board’s one-time actuarial gain or deduct the board’s one-time actuarial loss, as the case may be, reported to the Ministry in the 2015-2016 fiscal year to the amount determined in paragraph 1.

3.  Divide the amount determined in paragraph 2 by the board’s expected average remaining service life of the employees eligible for a sick leave credit gratuity as determined under paragraph 9 of section 6 of Ontario Regulation 488/10 (Determination of Boards’ Surpluses and Deficits) made under the Act.

Public sector compensation restraint amount

47. The public sector compensation restraint amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $10,000,000 by the public sector compensation restraint factor specified for the board in Table 20.

2.  Divide the amount determined under paragraph 1 by 6,161.38.

Conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount

48. The conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount is the amount determined as follows:

1.  Take the maternity leave amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 21.

2.  Add the sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 21.

Teacher job protection amount

49. (1) The teacher job protection amount is determined by taking the total of the following amounts:

1.  The elementary base funding amount.

2.  The secondary base funding amount.

3.  The STEM/specialized programming exemption amount.

(2) The elementary base funding amount is determined as follows:

A × B × $87,178.89

in which,

  “A”  is the number of elementary protected full-time equivalent teachers, determined in accordance with subsection (3), and

  “B”  is the number determined under paragraph 4 of subsection 43 (2).

(3) The number of elementary protected full-time equivalent teachers is determined as follows:

1.  Determine an amount as follows:

i.  Take the amount set out in Column 2 of the Table to section 49 of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

ii.  Add the amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 49 (3) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

iii.  Subtract the amount determined under subparagraph ii from the amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection 49 (3) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

2.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten, by 0.04677.

3.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 1 to 3, by 0.06018.

4.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8, by 0.04878.

5.  Divide the amount determined under paragraph 3 of section 33 by 87,178.89.

6.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 2 to 5.

7.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 6 of subsection 49 (3) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

8.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 6 from the amount taken under paragraph 7. If the result is less than zero, it is deemed to be zero.

9.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 6 and 8 and the number set out in Column 2 of Table 22.

10.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 9 from the amount determined under paragraph 1. If the result is less than zero, it is deemed to be zero.

(4) The secondary base funding amount is determined as follows:

A × B × $87,178.89

in which,

  “A”  is the number of secondary protected full-time equivalent teachers, determined in accordance with subsection (5), and

  “B”  is the number determined under paragraph 4 of subsection 43 (3).

(5) The number of secondary protected full-time equivalent teachers is determined as follows:

1.  Divide the amount, if any, determined under paragraph 7 of subsection 31 (2) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation by 86,449.42. Round the result to the closest multiple of 0.5.

2.  Determine an amount as follows:

i.  Take the amount set out in Column 3 of the Table to section 49 of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

ii.  Add the amount determined under paragraph 13 of subsection 49 (5) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

iii.  Subtract the amount determined under subparagraph ii from the amount determined under paragraph 2 of subsection 49 (5) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

3.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils by 0.05515.

4.  Divide the amount, if any, determined under paragraph 7 of subsection 31 (2) by 87,178.89. Round the result to the closest multiple of 0.5.

5.  Divide the amount determined under paragraph 6 of section 33 by 87,178.89.

6.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 3 to 5.

7.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 4 of section 33 of the 2020-2021 grant regulation if the reference to “$4,779.79” in the equation set out under subparagraph 4 iii of that section is read as a reference to “$4,767.69”.

8.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 5 of section 33 of the 2020-2021 grant regulation if the reference to “$4,779.79” in the equation set out under subparagraph 5 iii of that section is read as a reference to “$4,767.69”.

9.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 7 and 8.

10.  Divide the amount determined under paragraph 9 by 86,449.42.

11.  Multiply the 2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils by 0.05515.

12.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 10 and 11.

13.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 6 from the number determined under paragraph 12. If the result is less than zero, it is deemed to be zero.

14.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 6 and 13 and the number set out in Column 3 of Table 22.

15.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 14 from the amount determined under paragraph 2. If the result is less than zero, it is deemed to be zero.

(6) The STEM/specialized programming exemption amount is determined by multiplying the amount determined under subsection (4) by 0.05.

Supports for Students Allocation

Supports for students allocation

50. The supports for students allocation is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 23.

Program Leadership Allocation

Program leadership allocation

51. The program leadership allocation is determined as follows:

1.  If the board employs a mental health leader during the fiscal year, multiply 1.75 by $75,663.41.

2.  If the board employs a technology enabled learning and teaching contact lead during the fiscal year, take $103,921.45.

3.  If the board employs a school effectiveness lead during the fiscal year, take $167,146.44.

4.  If the board employs a student success lead during the fiscal year, take $167,146.44.

5.  If the board employs an early years lead during the fiscal year, take $167,146.44.

6.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, as the case may be.

7.  If the board employs a school effectiveness lead during the fiscal year and if the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils is greater than 85,000, take $167,146.44.

8.  If the board employs an early years lead during the fiscal year and if the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment is greater than 72,000, but less than or equal to 115,000, take the product of 0.5 and $167,146.44.

9.  If the board employs an early years lead during the fiscal year and if the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment is greater than 115,000, but less than or equal to 150,000, take $167,146.44.

10.  If the board employs an early years lead during the fiscal year and if the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment is greater than 150,000, but less than or equal to 200,000, take the product of 2 and $167,146.44.

11.  If the board employs an early years lead during the fiscal year and if the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment is greater than 200,000, take the product of 3 and $167,146.44.

12.  Total the amounts determined under paragraph 6, and paragraph 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11, as the case may be.

13.  Determine the maximum program leadership allocation for all positions other than the Indigenous education lead by multiplying the amount determined under paragraph 12 by 1.1044.

14.  Determine the expenses of the board to pay for the salaries, benefits, travel and professional development of board employees who are in the following positions:

i.  Mental health leader.

ii.  Student success lead.

iii.  School effectiveness lead.

iv.  Technology enabled learning and teaching contact.

v.  Early years lead.

15.  If the board employs an Indigenous education lead during the fiscal year, take $167,146.44. Otherwise, take $83,573.22.

16.  Determine the maximum amount for the Indigenous education lead by multiplying the amount determined under paragraph 15 by 1.1044.

17.  Determine the expenses of the board to pay for the salaries, benefits, travel and professional development of the Indigenous education lead.

18.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 16 from the amount determined under paragraph 17. If the result is a negative number, it is deemed to be zero.

19.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 14 and 18.

20.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 13 and 19.

21.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 16 and 20.

Transportation Allocation

Transportation allocation

52. (1) The transportation allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The enrolment adjustment amount.

2.  The fuel escalator and de-escalator component amount.

3.  The school bus rider safety training amount.

4.  The provincial or demonstration school amount.

(2) Despite subsection (1), the transportation allocation for the Lakehead District School Board is determined by adding $80,000 to the amount determined under subsection (1).

(3) The enrolment adjustment amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection 52 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

2.  Take the 2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

3.  Divide the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by the number determined under paragraph 2. If the result is less than one, it is deemed to be one.

4.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by the amount determined under paragraph 1.

(4) The fuel escalator and de-escalator component amount is determined as follows:

1.  For each month in the fiscal year, other than July and August, calculate an amount using the following formula:

[A/(1 + B) – C] ÷ C

in which,

“A”  is the average diesel price for southern Ontario for the month or, in the case of a northern board, the average diesel price for northern Ontario for the month, as reported on a website of the Government of Ontario,

“B”  is the tax rate for the Harmonized Sales Tax under Part IX of the Excise Tax Act (Canada), and

“C”  is $0.936 or, in the case of a northern board, $0.957.

2.  For each month in which the amount determined under paragraph 1 is greater than 0.03, calculate the amount determined using the following formula:

(A – 0.03) × B × 0.012

in which,

“A”  is the amount determined under paragraph 1, and

“B”  is the amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection (3).

3.  For each month in which the amount determined under paragraph 1 is less than –0.03, calculate the amount determined using the following formula:

(A + 0.03) × B × 0.012

in which,

“A”  is the amount determined under paragraph 1, and

“B”  is the amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection (3).

4.  Total the amounts, if any, determined under paragraphs 2 and 3.

(5) The school bus rider safety training amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the school bus rider safety training sessions, junior kindergarten to grade 8, specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 24 by $370.

2.  Determine the number of on-site school bus rider safety training sessions provided in accordance with the document entitled “Memorandum 2021 SB07: Student Transportation – Grants for Student Needs, 2021-22”, dated May 4, 2021, that the board conducted in the current fiscal year for junior kindergarten to grade 8.

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by $370.

4.  Determine the number of online school bus rider safety training sessions conducted in accordance with the document referred to in paragraph 2 that the board conducted in the current fiscal year for junior kindergarten to grade 8.

5.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 4 by $244.

6.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 3 and 5.

7.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 6.

(6) The provincial or demonstration schools amount is the board’s expenses in the fiscal year that is approved by the Minister, based on submissions by the board, in respect of transportation to and from a school of the Centre Jules-Léger Consortium, the Ontario School for the Blind, an Ontario School for the Deaf or a demonstration school established by or operated under an agreement with the Minister for pupils with severe communicational exceptionalities.

(7) For the purposes of this section, an expense by a board is a transportation expense if it is categorized as a transportation expense in the Ministry’s Uniform Code of Accounts, revised April, 2021.

(8) For the purposes of this section, the following boards are northern boards:

1.  Algoma District School Board.

2.  Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales.

3.  Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières.

4.  Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario.

5.  Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord.

6.  Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario.

7.  Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario.

8.  District School Board Ontario North East.

9.  Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board.

10.  Keewatin-Patricia District School Board.

11.  Kenora Catholic District School Board.

12.  Lakehead District School Board.

13.  Near North District School Board.

14.  Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board.

15.  Northeastern Catholic District School Board.

16.  Northwest Catholic District School Board.

17.  Rainbow District School Board.

18.  Rainy River District School Board.

19.  Sudbury Catholic District School Board.

20.  Superior-Greenstone District School Board.

21.  Superior North Catholic District School Board.

22.  Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board.

Administration and Governance Allocation

Administration and governance allocation

53. (1) The administration and governance allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The board members’ and student trustees’ honoraria and expenses amount.

2.  The assistance in implementing the standards recommended by the Public Sector Accounting Board of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants amount.

3.  The directors of education function amount.

4.  The senior administration function amount.

5.  The director’s office function amount.

6.  The human resources function amount.

7.  The payroll function amount.

8.  The purchasing and procurement function amount.

9.  The administration and other supports function amount.

10.  The finance function amount.

11.  The non-staff function amount.

12.  The information technology function amount.

13.  The internal audits amount.

14.  The employer bargaining agency fees amount.

15.  The local capacity to manage information for student achievement amount.

16.  The stabilization amount.

17.  The curriculum and assessment implementation amount.

18.  The executive compensation amount.

(2) The board members’ and student trustees’ honoraria and expenses amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the number of members of the board by $5,000. For the purposes of this paragraph and paragraphs 3, 5 and 11, the number of members of the board is the sum of,

i.  the number of members determined for the board under section 58.1 of the Act for the purposes of the 2018 regular election, and

ii.  the number of First Nation representatives determined for the board under subsection 188 (5) of the Act for the term of office beginning in December, 2018.

2.  Add $10,000 to the amount determined under paragraph 1.

3.  Multiply $7,100 by the number of members of the board.

4.  Add $7,500 to the amount determined under paragraph 3.

5.  Multiply $1,800 by the number of members of the board if the board has,

i.  a board area greater than 9,000 square kilometres, as set out in Table 1 of Ontario Regulation 412/00 (Elections to and Representation on District School Boards) made under the Act, as that regulation read on January 1, 2021, or

ii.  a dispersal factor of greater than 25 as set out in Table 5 of Ontario Regulation 412/00 (Elections to and Representation on District School Boards) made under the Act, as that regulation read on January 1, 2021.

6.  Take the sum of the amounts that would be determined for the members of the board under subsections 6 (2), (3) and (4) of Ontario Regulation 357/06 (Honoraria for Board Members) made under the Act, for the year beginning December 1 of the current fiscal year, if only pupils of the board were counted in determining the enrolment of the board in section 9 of that regulation.

7.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 4 and 6 and under paragraph 5, if any.

8.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 2 from the amount determined under paragraph 7.

9.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 8 by 0.5.

10.  Add the amount determined under paragraph 9 to the amount determined under paragraph 2 to determine the amount for board members’ honoraria.

11.  Multiply the number of members of the board by $5,000 to determine the amount for board members’ expenses.

12.  Determine the amount for the fiscal year of the honoraria to which student trustees of the board are entitled under subsection 55 (8) of the Act.

13.  Divide the amount determined under paragraph 12 by 2 to determine the amount for student trustees’ honoraria.

14.  Multiply the number of student trustees required by board policy on September 1 of the current fiscal year by $5,000 to determine the amount for student trustees’ expenses.

15.  Total the amounts obtained under paragraphs 10, 11, 13 and 14.

(3) The assistance in implementing the standards recommended by the Public Sector Accounting Board of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants amount is determined using the following formula:

(A × $1.18) + $56,584

in which,

  “A”  is the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

(4) The directors of education function amount is $202,317.32.

(5) The senior administration function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Subtract 50 from the dispersion distance specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11. If the difference is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

2.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by 0.000003881.

3.  Add 20 to the number determined under paragraph 1.

4.  Subtract the number determined under paragraph 3 from the dispersion distance specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 11. If the difference is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by 0.000007762.

6.  Add the number determined under paragraph 2 to the number determined under paragraph 5.

7.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 6 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

8.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by 0.0001334.

9.  Add the number determined under paragraph 7 to the number determined under paragraph 8.

10.  Add 1.6802 to the number determined under paragraph 9.

11.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 10 by $167,146.44.

(6) The director’s office function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 10 of subsection (5) by 0.60493.

2.  Add 2.5601 to the number determined under paragraph 1.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by $70,258.11.

(7) The human resources function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply 0.002308 by the number of T4 statements that the board is required to complete over the course of the current fiscal year for income tax purposes in respect of the 2021 calendar year, not counting amendments to the statements or replacements of the statements.

2.  Subtract 0.1084 from the number determined under paragraph 1. If the difference is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by $82,594.92.

(8) The payroll function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply 0.0011834 by the number of T4 statements that the board is required to complete over the course of the current fiscal year for income tax purposes in respect of the 2021 calendar year, not counting amendments to the statements or replacements of the statements.

2.  Subtract 0.4720 from the number determined under paragraph 1. If the difference is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by $82,594.92.

(9) The purchasing and procurement function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply 0.00007406 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Add 0.8915 to the number determined under paragraph 1.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by $82,594.92.

(10) The administration and other supports function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply 0.0006639 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Subtract 1.6828 from the number determined under paragraph 1. If the difference is less than one, it is deemed to be one.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by $82,594.92.

(11) The finance function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply 0.000191 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Add 3.4333 to the number determined under paragraph 1.

3.  If, on September 1 of the current fiscal year, there are more than 20 municipalities, not counting deemed district municipalities, situated wholly or partly within the board’s area of jurisdiction, determine an amount according to the following formula:

0.02156 × (n – 20)

in which,

“n”  is the number of those municipalities.

4.  Total the numbers determined under paragraphs 2 and 3, if any.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by $82,594.92.

(12) The non-staff function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply $63.33 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils.

2.  Add $153,126 to the amount determined under paragraph 1.

(13) The information technology function amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the total of the numbers determined under paragraph 10 of subsection (5), paragraph 2 of subsection (6), paragraph 2 of subsection (7), paragraph 2 of subsection (8), paragraph 2 of subsection (9), paragraph 2 of subsection (10) and paragraph 4 of subsection (11).

2.  Add 1 to the number determined under paragraph 1.

3.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 2 by 0.08907.

4.  Add 0.9453 to the number determined under paragraph 3.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by $103,921.45.

(14) The internal audits amount is determined as follows:

1.  In the case of the Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (420,353 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

2.  In the case of the Ottawa Catholic District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (76,921 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

3.  In the case of the Simcoe County District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (66,294 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

4.  In the case of the Sudbury Catholic District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (121,515 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

5.  In the case of the Thames Valley District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (48,722 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

6.  In the case of the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (80,717 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

7.  In the case of the Waterloo Region District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (17,614 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

8.  In the case of the York Catholic District School Board, an amount determined according to the following formula:

$259,294 + (A × $2,333,646) + (8,828 square kilometres/840,964 square kilometres × $750,000)

in which,

“A”  is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 25.

9.  In the case of all other boards, the amount is zero.

(15) The employer bargaining agency fees amount is the following:

1.  In the case of an English-language public district school board, $57,394.

2.  In the case of an English-language separate district school board, $55,384.

3.  In the case of a French-language public district school board, $284,161.

4.  In the case of a French-language separate district school board, $154,643.

(16) The local capacity to manage information for student achievement amount is determined as follows:

1.  Multiply the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils by $0.35.

2.  Add $35,000 to the amount determined under paragraph 1.

(17) The stabilization amount is the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 26.

(18) The curriculum and assessment implementation amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take $20,151.93.

2.  Multiply the number of qualifying sole elementary schools of the board by $600.53.

3.  Multiply the number of qualifying sole secondary schools of the board by $600.53.

4.  Multiply the number of qualifying combined schools of the board by $600.53.

5.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 4 by 2.

6.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5.

(19) The executive compensation amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the executive compensation amount specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 27.

2.  Multiply the amount taken under paragraph 1 by 0.30.

3.  Take the amount determined as follows:

i.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 3 to 5 and 7 to 11 of section 51.

ii.  Divide the amount determined under subparagraph i by $167,146.44.

iii.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 20 of section 51.

iv.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 13 of section 51.

v.  Multiply the amounts determined under subparagraphs ii and iii.

vi.  Divide the amount determined under subparagraph v by the amount taken under subparagraph iv.

vii.  Take the number determined under paragraph 10 of subsection (5).

viii.  If the amount determined under paragraph 17 of section 51 is greater than 0, take 1. Otherwise, take 0.5.

ix.  Multiply the sum of the numbers determined under subparagraphs vi, vii and viii by $2,219.

4.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 2 and 3.

5.  Subtract the amount taken under paragraph 4 from the amount taken under paragraph 1.

Debt Charges Allocation

Debt charges allocation

54. The debt charges allocation is the total amount payable in the fiscal year in respect of the financing arranged to refinance the board’s outstanding principal that is non-permanently financed as at August 31, 2001, as specified for the board in Table 28, including the amount of any payments required to be made in the year to a reserve account or sinking fund and the amount of reasonable expenses.

Interest on Capital Debt Allocation

Interest on capital debt allocation

55. (1) The interest on capital debt allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The amount of interest incurred by the board in the current fiscal year in respect of its supported permanently financed debt determined under subsection 57.1 (2) of the 2009-2010 grant regulation.

2.  The amount of interest incurred by the board in the current fiscal year in respect of the capital leases referred to in subsection 57.1 (4) of the 2009-2010 grant regulation.

3.  The total amount of interest paid by the board in the current fiscal year to the Ontario Financing Authority in respect of the following amounts:

i.  The amount determined under subsection 51 (1) of the 2010-2011 grant regulation.

ii.  The amount determined under subsection 52 (1) of the 2010-2011 grant regulation.

iii.  The amount determined under subsection 54 (1) of the 2011-2012 grant regulation.

iv.  The amount determined under subsection 55 (1) of the 2011-2012 grant regulation.

v.  The amount determined under subsection 53 (1) of the 2012-2013 grant regulation.

vi.  The amount determined under subsection 54 (1) of the 2012-2013 grant regulation.

vii.  The amount determined under subsection 53 (1) of the 2013-2014 grant regulation.

viii.  The amount determined under subsection 54 (1) of the 2013-2014 grant regulation.

ix.  The amount determined under subsection 54 (1) of the 2014-2015 grant regulation.

x.  The amount determined under subsection 55 (1) of the 2014-2015 grant regulation.

xi.  The amount determined under subsection 54 (1) of the 2015-2016 grant regulation.

xii.  The amount determined under subsection 55 (1) of the 2015-2016 grant regulation.

4.  The amount determined as follows:

i.  Take the total of the following amounts:

A.  The school condition improvement amount (part of the pupil accommodation allocation).

B.  The total of the amounts determined for item “I” in the formula for the capital priority projects amount (part of the pupil accommodation allocation).

C.  The total of the amounts determined for item “I” in the formula for the land priority purchases amount (part of the pupil accommodation allocation).

D.  The total of the amounts determined for item “I” in the formula for the community hub replacement amount (part of the pupil accommodation allocation).

E.  The total of the amounts determined for item “I” in the formula for the child care capital projects amount (part of the pupil accommodation allocation).

F.  The total of the amounts determined for item “I” in the formula for the EarlyON child and family centres capital projects amount (part of the pupil accommodation allocation).

ii.  Take the lesser of,

A.  the amount of short-term interest incurred by the board in the current fiscal year in respect of the costs and other expenses included in the calculation of the amount determined under subparagraph i, and

B.  the amount of short-term interest that would be determined under sub-subparagraph A if each amount borrowed to meet those costs and other expenses had been subject to an annual interest rate of 0.75 per cent greater than the annual interest rate for three-month bankers’ acceptances applicable at the time of borrowing.

iii.  Determine the total amount of short-term interest that the board would incur in the current fiscal year in respect of the portion of each cost and other expense included in the calculation of the amount determined under subparagraph i for which the board did not incur interest, if each amount withdrawn from cash available to the board had been borrowed on the date that it was withdrawn at an annual interest rate of 1 per cent.

iv.  Total the amounts determined under subparagraphs ii and iii.

5.  The amount determined as follows:

i.  Take the total of the following amounts:

A.  The amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 67 (1).

B.  The amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 66 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

C.  The amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 64 (1) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation.

D.  The amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 64 (1) of the 2018-2019 grant regulation.

E.  The amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 63 (1) of the 2017-2018 grant regulation.

F.  The amount determined under paragraph 8 of subsection 60 (1) of the 2016-2017 grant regulation.

ii.  Take the lesser of,

A.  the amount of short-term interest incurred by the board in the current fiscal year in respect of the costs and other expenses included in the calculation of the amount determined under subparagraph i, and

B.  the amount of short-term interest that would be determined under sub-subparagraph A if each amount borrowed to meet those costs and other expenses had been subject to an annual interest rate of 0.75 per cent greater than the annual interest rate for three-month bankers’ acceptances applicable at the time of borrowing.

iii.  Determine the total amount of short-term interest that the board would incur in the current fiscal year in respect of the portion of each cost and other expense included in the calculation of the amount determined under subparagraph i for which the board did not incur interest, if each amount withdrawn from cash available to the board had been borrowed on the date that it was withdrawn at an annual interest rate of one per cent.

iv.  Total the amounts, if any, determined under subparagraphs ii and iii.

6.  Take the total of the following amounts:

i.  The amount of interest incurred by the board in the current fiscal year in respect of multi-year capital leases referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection 54.1 (1) of the 2009-2010 grant regulation.

ii.  The amount of interest incurred by the board in the current fiscal year in respect of multi-year capital leases referred to in paragraph 2 of subsection 53.1 (1) of the 2010-2011 grant regulation.

(2) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that the board use the amount determined in respect of the interest on capital debt allocation to pay any interest costs that the board would be required to capitalize under the terms of the document entitled “District School Board and School Authority Tangible Capital Assets: Provincial Accounting Policies and Implementation Guide”, revised January 2021, before the board uses that amount for any other purpose.

(3) In this section,

“2009-2010 grant regulation” means Ontario Regulation 155/09 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2009-2010 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked.

School Operations Allocation

School operations allocation

56. (1) The school operations allocation is determined as follows:

1.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils.

2.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.7 metres squared to obtain the elementary school area requirement for the board.

3.  Determine the adjusted elementary school area requirement for the board in metres squared by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 2, the supplementary elementary school area factor specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 29.

4.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school high-credit average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils.

5.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils who are 21 years old or older.

6.  Determine the current fiscal year’s continuing education average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, counting only pupils enrolled in a course for which the pupil may earn a credit and in which instruction is given between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and excluding pupils enrolled in a continuing education course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction.

7.  Determine the current fiscal year’s summer school average daily enrolment of pupils.

8.  Take the total number of pupil places in education programs provided by the board that are qualifying education programs within the meaning of subsection 23 (2) for which instruction is provided on board premises.

9.  Add the numbers determined under paragraphs 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.

10.  Multiply the total determined under paragraph 9 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared to obtain the continuing education and other programs area requirement for the board.

11.  Determine the adjusted continuing education and other programs area requirement for the board in metres squared by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 10, the supplementary secondary school and continuing education area factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 30.

12.  Determine the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils.

13.  Multiply the number determined under paragraph 12 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared to obtain the secondary school area requirement for the board.

14.  Determine the adjusted secondary school area requirement for the board in metres squared by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 13, the supplementary secondary school area factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 29.

15.  Obtain the adjusted total area requirement for the board in metres squared by adding the following amounts:

i.  The adjusted elementary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 3.

ii.  The adjusted continuing education and other programs area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 11.

iii.  The adjusted secondary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 14.

16.  Multiply the number obtained under paragraph 15 by the benchmark operating cost of $92.77 per metre squared.

17.  Identify each school that meets the following criteria:

i.  The school is identified as an elementary school in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009.

ii.  The school is located at least 10 kilometres from every other elementary or secondary school, identified as such in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009, that is located on a different campus and has a current fiscal year’s enrolment that is greater than zero.

iii.  The school opened and began operating before September 1, 2016.

iv.  If the school has been the subject of an addition, alteration, renovation or major repair project that was completed on or after September 1, 2016, the total construction costs incurred by the board for the project, less any insurance proceeds received by the board in respect of the project, did not exceed the following amount:

A.  Take the number determined under subparagraph 18 ii or the predecessor of subparagraph 18 ii in the grant regulation for the fiscal year in which the construction began, multiplied by the variable area per elementary pupil for the school.

B.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph A by $2,039.07.

C.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph B by the site specific geographic adjustment factor for the school.

D.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph C by 0.5.

18.  For each school identified under paragraph 17, calculate a top-up amount for school operations as follows:

i.  Determine the current fiscal year’s enrolment.

ii.  Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection 68 (3). However, the capacity of a school, for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, is deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii.  Subtract the number determined under subparagraph i from the number determined under subparagraph ii. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

iv.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.7 metres squared.

v.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the benchmark operating cost of $92.77 per metre squared.

vi.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph v by the supplementary elementary school area factor specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 30.

19.  Total the top-up amounts for school operations determined under paragraph 18 for each elementary school.

20.  Identify each school that meets the following criteria:

i.  The school is identified as a secondary school in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009.

ii.  The school is located at least 20 kilometres from every other secondary school, identified as such in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009, that is located on a different campus and has a current fiscal year’s enrolment that is greater than zero.

iii.  The school opened and began operating before September 1, 2016.

iv.  If the school has been the subject of an addition, alteration, renovation or major repair project that was completed on or after September 1, 2016 the total construction costs incurred by the board for the project, less any insurance proceeds received by the board in respect of the project, did not exceed the following amount:

A.  Take the number determined under subparagraph 21 ii or the predecessor of subparagraph 21 ii in the grant regulation for the fiscal year in which the construction began, multiplied by the variable area per secondary pupil for the school.

B.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph A by $2,224.46.

C.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph B by the site specific geographic adjustment factor for the school.

D.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph C by 0.5.

21.  For each school identified under paragraph 20, calculate a top-up amount for school operations as follows:

i.  Determine the current fiscal year’s enrolment.

ii.  Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection 68 (4). However, the capacity of a school, for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, is deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii.  Subtract the number determined under subparagraph i from the number determined under subparagraph ii. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

iv.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

v.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the benchmark operating cost of $92.77 per metre squared.

vi.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph v by the supplementary secondary school and continuing education area factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 30.

22.  Total the top-up amounts for school operations determined under paragraph 21 for each secondary school.

23.  Take the lesser of,

i.  zero, and

ii.  the board’s expenditure for renewal software licensing fees as reported to the Ministry in the board’s annual financial statements for the fiscal year.

24.  Take the community use of schools amount specified for the board in Table 31.

25.  In the case of the Northeastern Catholic District School Board, take $100,000.

26.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 16, 19, 22, 23, 24 and 25.

27.  Add the non-instructional space in isolate boards merged with and continued as district school boards on September 1, 2009 amount, specified for the board in Table 32.

28.  Add the increasing capital planning capacity amount specified for the board in Table 33.

(2) The following rules apply for the purposes of this section:

1.  A measure of distance shall be by road and shall be accurate to 0.1 kilometres.

2.  A school that is located on an island that is not connected by road to the mainland shall be considered to be located at least 20 kilometres from every other school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered to be less than 10 kilometres from every other school.

3.  An elementary school that is not connected by road to any other elementary or secondary school shall be considered to be located at least 10 kilometres from every other school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered to be less than 10 kilometres from every other school.

4.  For greater certainty, if there is only one elementary school, the school shall be considered to be located at least 10 kilometres from every other school.

5.  A secondary school that is not connected by road to any other secondary school shall be considered to be located at least 20 kilometres from every other secondary school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered to be less than 20 kilometres from every other school.

6.  For greater certainty, if there is only one secondary school, the school shall be considered to be located at least 20 kilometres from every other secondary school.

School Renewal Allocation

School renewal allocation

57. (1) The school renewal allocation is determined as follows:

1.  Take the geographic adjustment factor specified for the board in Table 34.

2.  Take the percentage of the total elementary school area that relates to buildings that are less than 20 years old, as specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 35.

3.  Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 2 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $7.89.

4.  Take the percentage of the total elementary school area that relates to buildings that are 20 years old or older, as specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 35.

5.  Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 4 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $11.83.

6.  Add the amounts obtained under paragraphs 3 and 5 to obtain a weighted average benchmark elementary school renewal cost per metre squared.

7.  Determine the adjusted elementary school area requirement for the board in metres squared by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 2 of subsection 56 (1), the supplementary elementary school area factor specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 30.

8.  Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 6 by the amount determined under paragraph 7.

9.  Take the percentage of the total secondary school area that relates to buildings that are less than 20 years old, as specified for the board in Column 4 of Table 35.

10.  Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 9 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $7.89.

11.  Take the percentage of the total secondary school area that relates to buildings that are 20 years old or older, as specified for the board in Column 5 of Table 35.

12.  Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 11 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $11.83.

13.  Add the amounts obtained under paragraphs 10 and 12 to obtain a weighted average benchmark secondary school renewal cost per metre squared.

14.  Determine the adjusted secondary school area requirement for the board in metres squared by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 13 of subsection 56 (1), the supplementary secondary school and continuing education area factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 30.

15.  Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 13 by the amount obtained under paragraph 14.

16.  Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 13 by the adjusted continuing education and other programs area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 11 of subsection 56 (1).

17.  Identify each school that meets the following criteria:

i.  The school is identified as an elementary school in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009.

ii.  The school is located at least 10 kilometres from every other elementary or secondary school of the board, identified as such in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009, that is located on a different campus and has a current fiscal year’s enrolment that is greater than zero.

iii.  The school opened and began operating before September 1, 2016.

iv.  If the school has been the subject of an addition, alteration, renovation or major repair project that was completed on or after September 1, 2016, the total construction costs incurred by the board for the project, less any insurance proceeds received by the board in respect of the project, did not exceed the following amount:

A.  Take the number determined under subparagraph 18 ii or the predecessor of subparagraph 18 ii in the grant regulation for the fiscal year in which the construction began, multiplied by the variable area per elementary pupil for the school.

B.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph A by $2,039.07.

C.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph B by the site specific geographic adjustment factor for the school.

D.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph C by 0.5.

18.  For each school identified under paragraph 17, calculate a top-up amount for school renewal as follows:

i.  Determine the current fiscal year’s enrolment.

ii.  Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection 68 (3). However, the capacity of a school, for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, is deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii.  Subtract the number determined under subparagraph i from the number determined under subparagraph ii. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

iv.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.7 metres squared.

v.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the weighted average benchmark elementary school renewal cost per metre squared, as determined for the board under paragraph 5.

vi.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph v by the supplementary elementary school area factor specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 30.

19.  Total the top-up amounts for school renewal determined under paragraph 18 for each elementary school.

20.  Identify each school that meets the following criteria:

i.  The school is identified as a secondary school in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009.

ii.  The school is located at least 20 kilometres from every other secondary school of the board, identified as such in accordance with the document entitled “User Guide for the School Facilities Inventory System Application”, dated November 2009, that is located on a different campus and has a current fiscal year’s enrolment that is greater than zero.

iii.  The school opened and began operating before September 1, 2016.

iv.  If the school has been the subject of an addition, alteration, renovation or major repair project that was completed on or after September 1, 2016, the total construction costs incurred by the board for the project, less any insurance proceeds received by the board in respect of the project, did not exceed the following amount:

A.  Take the number determined under subparagraph 21 ii or the predecessor of subparagraph 21 ii in the grant regulation for the fiscal year in which the construction began, multiplied by the variable area per secondary pupil for the school.

B.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph A by $2,224.46.

C.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph B by the site specific geographic adjustment factor for the school.

D.  Multiply the amount determined under sub-subparagraph C by 0.5.

21.  For each school identified under paragraph 20, calculate a top-up amount for school renewal as follows:

i.  Determine the current fiscal year’s enrolment.

ii.  Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection 68 (4). However, the capacity of a school, for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, is deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii.  Subtract the number determined under subparagraph i from the number determined under subparagraph ii. If the result is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

iv.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

v.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the weighted average benchmark secondary school renewal cost per metre squared, as determined for the board under paragraph 13.

vi.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph v by the supplementary secondary school and continuing education area factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 30.

22.  Total the top-up amounts for school renewal determined under paragraph 21 for each secondary school.

23.  Take the school renewal enhancement amount specified for the board in Table 36.

24.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 8, 15, 16, 19, 22 and 23.

25.  Multiply the sum determined under paragraph 24 by the geographic adjustment factor determined under paragraph 1.

26.  Take the school renewal investment amount specified for the board in Table 37.

27.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 25 and 26.

(2) The following rules apply for the purposes of this section:

1.  A measure of distance shall be by road and shall be accurate to 0.1 kilometres.

2.  A school that is located on an island that is not connected by road to the mainland shall be considered to be located at least 20 kilometres from every other school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered to be less than 10 kilometres from every other school.

3.  An elementary school that is not connected by road to any other elementary or secondary school shall be considered to be located at least 10 kilometres from every other school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered to be less than 10 kilometres from every other school.

4.  For greater certainty, if there is only one elementary school, the school shall be considered to be located at least 10 kilometres from every other school.

5.  A secondary school that is not connected by road to any other secondary school shall be considered to be located at least 20 kilometres from every other secondary school, unless the school is located in the City of Toronto, in which case it shall be considered to be less than 20 kilometres from every other school.

6.  For greater certainty, if there is only one secondary school, the school shall be considered to be located at least 20 kilometres from every other secondary school.

Pupil Accommodation Allocation

Pupil accommodation allocation

58. The pupil accommodation allocation is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The school condition improvement amount.

2.  The temporary accommodation for pupils amount.

3.  The capital priority projects amount.

4.  The land priority purchases amount.

5.  The community hub replacement amount.

6.  The child care capital projects amount.

7.  The EarlyON child and family centres capital projects amount.

8.  The COVID-19 resilience infrastructure stream amount.

9.  The full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation amount.

School condition improvement amount

59. (1) The school condition improvement amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 6 of subsection 59 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

2.  Take the amount specified for the board in Column 2 of the Table to subsection 59 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

3.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 1 from the amount determined under paragraph 2.

4.  Add the amount determined under paragraph 3 to the maximum capital funding amount for core building costs specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 38.

5.  Take the total of the costs described in subsection (2) that relate to any of the following major group elements:

i.  Substructure.

ii.  Shell.

iii.  Services.

6.  Take the lesser of the amount determined under paragraph 5 and the amount determined under paragraph 4.

7.  Take the total of the costs described in subsection (2) that relate to any of the following major group elements:

i.  Interiors.

ii.  Equipment and furnishings, excluding moveable furnishings.

iii.  Special construction and demolition.

iv.  Building sitework.

8.  If the amount determined under paragraph 5 is greater than the amount determined under paragraph 4, subtract the amount determined under paragraph 4 from the amount determined under paragraph 5.

9.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 7 and 8, if any.

10.  Take the amount determined under paragraph 9 of subsection 56 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

11.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 10 from the maximum capital funding amount for non-core building costs specified for the board in Column 3 of the Table to subsection 59 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

12.  Add the amount determined under paragraph 11 to the maximum capital funding amount for non-core building costs specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 38.

13.  Take the lesser of the amount determined under paragraph 9 and the amount determined under paragraph 12.

14.  Take the total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 6 and 13.

15.  If, on August 31 of the current fiscal year, the board has unused funds that were provided to the board for school condition improvement under a previous legislative grant regulation, the amount for the board is zero. Otherwise, the amount for the board is the amount determined under paragraph 14.

(2) The costs referred to in paragraphs 5 and 7 of subsection (1) are costs that are incurred by the board in the current fiscal year, and reported on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, and that meet the following criteria:

1.  The costs are capital asset costs.

2.  The costs are categorized as school renewal expenditures in the Ministry’s Uniform Code of Accounts, revised April, 2021.

3.  The costs are not incurred for increasing the gross floor area of a building.

4.  The costs are not incurred for purchasing, retrofitting or repairing temporary pupil accommodations.

5.  The costs are not paid for by the board using funds that were provided to the board for school condition improvement under a previous legislative grant regulation.

(3) For the purposes of subsection (1), major group elements shall be determined and classified in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E1557 Standard Classification for Building Elements and Related Sitework - Uniformat II, as it reads on September 1, 2015.

Temporary accommodation for pupils amount

60. The temporary accommodation for pupils amount is the amount specified for the board in Table 39.

Capital priority projects amount

61. The capital priority projects amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows for the capital priority projects set out for the board in Table 40:

I − R

in which,

“I”  is the lesser of,

(a)  the total capital asset construction and demolition costs that the board incurred for the project in all previous fiscal years and incurred in the current fiscal year, and that the board reported in a previous fiscal year or on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, and

(b)  the amount specified for the project in Table 40, and

  “R”  is the total amount of capital priority projects funding the board received in respect of the project in previous fiscal years under predecessors of this Regulation.

If I − R is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

Land priority purchases amount

62. The land priority purchases amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows for the land priority projects set out for the board in Table 41:

I − R

in which,

“I”  is the lesser of,

(a)  the total capital asset land purchase and demolition costs that the board incurred for the project in all previous fiscal years and incurred in the current fiscal year, and that the board reported in a previous fiscal year or on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, and

(b)  the amount specified for the project in Table 41, and

  “R”  is the total amount of land priority purchases funding the board received in respect of the project in previous fiscal years under predecessors of this Regulation.

If I − R is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

Community hub replacement amount

63. The community hub replacement amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows for the community hub replacement projects set out for the board in Table 42:

I − R

in which,

“I”  is the lesser of,

(a)  the total construction costs that the board incurred for the project in all previous fiscal years and incurred in the current fiscal year, and that the board reported in a previous fiscal year or on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, and

(b)  the amount specified for the project in Table 42, and

  “R”  is the total amount of community hub replacement projects funding the board received in respect of the project in previous fiscal years under predecessors of this Regulation.

If I − R is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

Child care capital projects amount

64. (1) The child care capital projects amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows for the child care capital projects set out for the board in Table 43:

I − R

in which,

“I”  is the lesser of,

(a)  the total construction, pre-construction and operating costs that the board incurred for the project in all previous fiscal years and incurred in the current fiscal year, and that the board reported in a previous fiscal year or on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, and

(b)  the amount specified for the project in Table 43, and

  “R”  is the total amount of child care capital projects funding the board received in respect of the project in previous fiscal years under predecessors of this Regulation.

If I − R is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

(2) If a board has not spent all of the amount determined under section 52.1 of the 2014-2015 grant regulation, the Minister may withhold all or part of the amount determined under this section otherwise payable to the board.

EarlyON child and family centres capital projects amount

65. The EarlyON child and family centres capital projects amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows for the EarlyON child and family centres capital projects set out for the board in Table 44:

I − R

in which,

“I”  is the lesser of,

(a)  the total construction costs that the board incurred for the project in all previous fiscal years and incurred in the current fiscal year, and that the board reported in a previous fiscal year or on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, and

(b)  the amount specified for the project in Table 44, and

  “R”  is the total amount of EarlyON child and family centres capital projects funding the board received in respect of the project in previous fiscal years under predecessors of this Regulation.

If I − R is negative, it is deemed to be zero.

COVID-19 resilience infrastructure stream amount

66. (1) The COVID-19 resilience infrastructure stream amount is the total of the amounts determined as follows for the projects set out for the board in Column 3 of the Table to section 65.2 of the 2020-2021 grant regulation:

1.  Determine the amount of eligible expenditures, as set out in the document entitled “Memorandum 2021 B12: COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream: Education Related (CVRIS-EDU) Projects — Approvals,” dated May 7, 2021, for the project that the board incurred during the period beginning on September 1, 2021 and ending on the earlier of August 31, 2022 and the project’s expected completion date as set out in Appendix A to the document.

2.  Subtract the amount determined for the project under section 65.2 of the 2020-2021 grant regulation from the amount specified for the project in Column 5 of the Table to section 65.2 of that regulation.

3.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

(2) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that the board comply with the requirements set out in the document entitled “Memorandum 2021 B12: COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream: Education Related (CVRIS-EDU) Projects — Approvals,” dated May 7, 2021. 

Full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation amount

67. (1) The full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation amount is determined as follows:

1.  Take the total of the following amounts:

i.  The amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection 66 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

ii.  The amount determined under subsection 66 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

2.  Take the maximum capital funding amount for full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation, as specified for the board in Table 45.

3.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 1 from the amount determined under paragraph 2.

4.  Determine the total capital asset costs incurred by the board in the current fiscal year, and reported on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, for the acquisition of temporary pupil accommodations needed for the provision of full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten, but not including the costs determined under paragraph 16.

5.  Determine the total capital asset construction costs incurred by the board in the current fiscal year, and reported on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, for full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation.

6.  Determine the total capital asset costs incurred by the board in the current fiscal year, and reported on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, for the acquisition of furniture or equipment described in subsection (2) needed for full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation.

7.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 4, 5 and 6.

8.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 3 and 7.

9.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 8 from the amount determined under paragraph 3.

10.  Multiply the maximum capital funding amount for full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten accommodation, as specified for the board in Table 45, by 0.05.

11.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 10 by 0.5.

12.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 9 and 10.

13.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 11 and 12.

14.  Take the lesser of the amount determined under paragraph 12 and $50,000.

15.  Take the greater of the amounts determined under paragraphs 13 and 14.

16.  Determine the total costs incurred by the board in the current fiscal year, and reported on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, for the relocation or installation of temporary pupil accommodations needed for the provision of full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten that were owned by the board on August 31, 2011.

17.  Determine the total costs incurred by the board in the current fiscal year, and reported on or before August 31 of the current fiscal year, for operating leases for temporary pupil accommodations needed for the provision of full day junior kindergarten and kindergarten.

18.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 16 and 17.

19.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 15 and 18.

20.  Take the total of the following amounts:

i.  The amount determined under paragraph 18 of subsection 56 (1) of the 2011-2012 grant regulation.

ii.  The amount determined under paragraph 18 of subsection 57 (1) of the 2012-2013 grant regulation.

iii.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 57 (1) of the 2013-2014 grant regulation.

iv.  The amount determined under paragraph 28 of subsection 58 (1) of the 2014-2015 grant regulation.

v.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 58 (1) of the 2015-2016 grant regulation.

vi.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 60 (1) of the 2016-2017 grant regulation.

vii.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 63 (1) of the 2017-2018 grant regulation.

viii.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 64 (1) of the 2018-2019 grant regulation.

ix.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 64 (1) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation.

x.  The amount determined under paragraph 23 of subsection 66 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

21.  Subtract the amount determined under paragraph 20 from the amount determined under paragraph 10.

22.  Take the amount determined as follows:

i.  If the amount determined under paragraph 21 is less than or equal to zero, the amount is zero.

ii.  If subparagraph i does not apply, the amount is determined by subtracting the amount determined under paragraph 20 from the amount determined under paragraph 10.

23.  Take the lesser of the amounts determined under paragraphs 19 and 22.

24.  Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 8 and 23.

(2) The furniture and equipment referred to in paragraph 6 of subsection (1) are any furniture or equipment that the board would be required to capitalize under the terms of the document entitled “District School Board and School Authority Tangible Capital Assets: Provincial Accounting Policies and Implementation Guide”, revised January 2021.

Rules for Various Calculations — Outlying Schools, School Operations and School Renewal Allocations

Rules for various calculations — outlying schools, school operations and school renewal allocations

68. (1) This section applies to calculations for the following allocations:

1.  Outlying schools allocation.

2.  School operations allocation.

3.  School renewal allocation.

(2) The Minister shall determine loadings and categories of instructional space as follows:

1.  The Minister shall identify categories of instructional space for all elementary facilities and secondary facilities of the board. In identifying categories of instructional space, the Minister shall use the categories identified in the Report of the Pupil Accommodation Review Committee, dated August, 1998. Where the Report does not include an appropriate category for an instructional space, the Minister shall identify the category of that space in a manner that is consistent with the categorizations in the Report.

2.  The Minister shall assign a loading to each category of instructional space identified under paragraph 1, based on the number of pupils that can reasonably be accommodated in each category of instructional space. In determining the number, the Minister shall consider the physical characteristics of the category of instructional space and the class size requirements under the Act.

(3) For the purposes of this Regulation, the capacity of an elementary school is determined by applying the loadings determined under subsection (2) to the instructional spaces of the school, as categorized under subsection (2).

(4) For the purposes of this Regulation, the capacity of a secondary school is determined by applying the loadings determined under subsection (2) to the instructional spaces of the school, as categorized under subsection (2).

(5) Despite subsections (3) and (4), in the case of an elementary or secondary school that was operated by an isolate board in the 2008-2009 fiscal year and that provided instruction in that year in grade 9 or 10 or both and in lower grades,

(a)  the capacity of the secondary school is deemed to be equal to the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board, counting only pupils enrolled in the school in grades 9 and 10 in the current fiscal year; and

(b)  the capacity of the elementary school is determined by,

(i)  applying the loadings determined under subsection (2) to the instructional spaces of the elementary school, as categorized under subsection (2),

(ii)  applying the loadings determined under subsection (2) to the instructional spaces of the secondary school, as categorized under subsection (2),

(iii)  finding the total of the numbers determined under subclauses (i) and (ii), and

(iv)  subtracting from the number determined under subclause (iii) the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 9 and 10 in the school in the current fiscal year.

Adjustment for Declining Enrolment

Adjustment for declining enrolment

69. (1) A district school board’s adjustment for declining enrolment for the current fiscal year is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The product obtained when 0.25 is multiplied by the amount, if any, that was determined under subsection 69 (2) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation.

2.  If the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils is less than the 2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of pupils, the amount, if it exceeds zero, determined in accordance with subsection (2).

(2) The amount for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection (1) is the amount calculated using the following formula,

A − B

in which,

  “A”  is the amount determined under subsection (3), and

  “B”  is the amount determined under subsection (4).

(3) The amount determined under this subsection is the total of the following amounts:

1.  An amount determined as follows:

i.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 1 of subsection 16 (1) if,

A.  the reference in that paragraph to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils”, and

B.  the reference in that paragraph to “pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten” is read as a reference to “pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten and kindergarten in the 2020-2021 school year”.

ii.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph i by 0.13.

2.  An amount determined as follows:

i.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 2 of subsection 16 (1) if,

A.  the reference in that paragraph to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils”, and

B.  the reference in that paragraph to “pupils enrolled in grades 1 to 3” is read as a reference to “pupils enrolled in grades 1 to 3 in the 2020-2021 school year”.

ii.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph i by 0.13.

3.  An amount determined as follows:

i.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 3 of subsection 16 (1) if,

A.  the reference in that paragraph to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils”, and

B.  the reference in that paragraph to “pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8” is read as a reference to “pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8 in the 2020-2021 school year”.

ii.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph i by 0.13.

4.  An amount determined as follows:

i.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 4 of subsection 16 (1) if,

A.  the reference in that paragraph to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils”, and

B.  the reference in that paragraph to “pupils enrolled in grades 7 and 8” is read as a reference to “pupils enrolled in grades 7 and 8 in the 2020-2021 school year”.

ii.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph i by 0.13.

5.  An amount determined as follows:

i.  Calculate the amount that would be determined under paragraph 5 of subsection 16 (1) if the reference in that paragraph to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils”.

ii.  Multiply the amount determined under subparagraph i by 0.13.

6.  The amount that would be determined for the enrolment-based special education amount (part of the special education allocation) if,

i.  the reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten, kindergarten and grades 1 to 3” is read as a reference to the “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten, kindergarten and grades 1 to 3 in the 2020-2021 school year”,

ii.  the reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils, counting only pupils enrolled in grades 4 to 8 in the 2020-2021 school year”, and

iii.  the reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils”.

7.  In the case of a French-language district school board, the amount that would be determined under paragraph 1 of section 30 if the reference in that paragraph to “October 31 of the current fiscal year” is read as a reference to “October 31, 2020”.

8.  In the case of a French-language district school board, the amount that would be determined under paragraph 2 of section 30 if the reference in that paragraph to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils”.

9.  The product of 0.5 and the amount that would be determined for the remote and rural allocation if,

i.  each reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of pupils”,

ii.  each reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils”, and

iii.  each reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils”.

10.  The product of 0.5 and the total of the amounts that would be determined for the senior administration function amount, the director’s office function amount, the purchasing and procurement function amount, the administration and other supports function amount, the finance function amount, the non-staff function amount and the information technology function amount (all part of the administration and governance allocation) if each reference to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of pupils”.

11.  The amount that would be determined under paragraph 16 of subsection 56 (1) if,

i.  the reference in paragraph 1 of that subsection to “current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils” is read as a reference to “2020-2021 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils”, and

ii.  the numbers determined under paragraphs 9 and 12 of that subsection are not used in the calculation and the numbers determined under paragraphs 9 and 12 of subsection 53 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation are used instead.

12.  The total of the amounts that would be determined under paragraphs 19 and 22 of subsection 56 (1) if,

i.  the references in subparagraphs 18 i and 21 i of that subsection to “current fiscal year’s enrolment” are read as references to “2020-2021 enrolment”, and

ii.  the only schools included in the calculation are schools for which both the 2020-2021 enrolment and the current fiscal year’s enrolment are greater than zero.

(4) The amount determined under this subsection is the total of the following amounts:

1.  The product of the amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection 16 (1) and 0.13.

2.  The product of the amount determined under paragraph 2 of subsection 16 (1) and 0.13.

3.  The product of the amount determined under paragraph 3 of subsection 16 (1) and 0.13.

4.  The product of the amount determined under paragraph 4 of subsection 16 (1) and 0.13.

5.  The product of the amount determined under paragraph 5 of subsection 16 (1) and 0.13.

6.  The total of the following amounts:

i.  The enrolment-based special education amount (part of the special education allocation).

ii.  The amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 30.

iii.  The product of 0.5 and the remote and rural allocation.

iv.  The product of 0.5 and the senior administration function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

v.  The product of 0.5 and the director’s office function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

vi.  The product of 0.5 and the purchasing and procurement function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

vii.  The product of 0.5 and the administration and other supports function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

viii.  The product of 0.5 and the finance function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

ix.  The product of 0.5 and the non-staff function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

x.  The product of 0.5 and the information technology function amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

xi.  The amount determined under paragraph 16 of subsection 56 (1).

7.  The total of the amounts determined under paragraphs 19 and 22 of subsection 56 (1), determined as if the only schools included in the calculations are schools for which both the 2020-2021 enrolment and the current fiscal year’s enrolment are greater than zero.

Tax Revenue

Tax revenue

70. (1) The tax revenue for the current fiscal year is determined as follows:

1.  Add,

i.  38 per cent of the sum of,

A.  the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsections 237 (12) and 238 (2), section 239, subsection 240 (5), sections 250 and 251 and subsections 257.8 (2) and 257.9 (1) of the Act, under sections 447.20 and 447.52 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable by section 474 of the Municipal Act, 2001, under subsections 364 (22) and 365.2 (16) of the Municipal Act, 2001 and under subsections 331 (22) and 334 (14) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

B.  the amounts, if any, referred to in subsection 364 (22) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Education Act, that are paid to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year,

C.  the total of all amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year from a municipality under subsections 353 (4), (4.1) and 366 (3) of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under subsections 318 (4), (4.1) and 336 (3) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

D.  the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsection 322 (1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under subsection 284 (1) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

E.  the grants, if any, made to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsection 302 (2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under subsection 238 (2) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, and

F.  the amounts, if any, paid to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsections 9 (2) and (4) of the Tax Incentive Zones Act (Pilot Projects), 2002,

ii.  62 per cent of the sum of,

A.  the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsections 237 (12) and 238 (2), section 239, subsection 240 (5), sections 250 and 251 and subsections 257.8 (2) and 257.9 (1) of the Act, under sections 447.20 and 447.52 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable by section 474 of the Municipal Act, 2001, under subsections 364 (22) and 365.2 (16) of the Municipal Act, 2001 and under subsections 331 (22) and 334 (14) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

B.  the amounts, if any, referred to in subsection 364 (22) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Education Act, that are paid to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year,

C.  the total of all amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year from a municipality under subsections 353 (4), (4.1) and 366 (3) of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under subsections 318 (4), (4.1) and 336 (3) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

D.  the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsection 322 (1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under subsection 284 (1) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006,

E.  the grants, if any, made to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsection 302 (2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under subsection 238 (2) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, and

F.  the amounts, if any, paid to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsections 9 (2) and (4) of the Tax Incentive Zones Act (Pilot Projects), 2002,

iii.  the total of the taxes received by the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under section 35 of the Assessment Act, and

iv.  the total of payments received by the board in the current fiscal year out of the proceeds of dispositions of forfeited corporate property under section 33 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

2.  Calculate the difference between the following amounts and deduct that difference if the amount described in subparagraph i is less than the amount described in subparagraph ii or add that difference if the amount described in subparagraph i is more than the amount described in subparagraph ii:

i.  The amount that was determined under subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 70 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation for the purposes of calculating the amount payable to the board as its legislative grant in respect of the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

ii.  The amount that would have been determined under subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 70 (1) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation if that amount had been determined on the basis of the board’s annual financial statements as reported to the Ministry for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

3.  Deduct the following costs for which the board is responsible under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 that are incurred in the current fiscal year:

i.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of conducting elections of members in territory without municipal organization that is deemed to be a district municipality for the purpose of clause 257.12 (3) (a) of the Education Act, but not including costs described in subparagraph ii, iii, iv or v.

ii.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 7 (4) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of recounts held under clause 56 (1) (a) or section 58 or 63 of that Act.

iii.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 7 (4) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of by-elections conducted in the circumstances described in subparagraphs 1 i, iv, v and vi of subsection 65 (4) of that Act, or in respect of recounts in such by-elections.

iv.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 88.33 (16) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of compliance audits.

v.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 88.37 (7) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of the compliance audit committee.

4.  Deduct the amounts charged to the board in the 2021 calendar year by a municipal council under section 353 of the Municipal Act, 2001, or under section 318 of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, including amounts charged under those sections as a result of private legislation.

5.  Deduct 38 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsections 361 (7), 364 (11), 365 (3) to (5), 365.1 (13) to (15) and 365.2 (8) of the Municipal Act, 2001 or under subsections 329 (6), 331 (11), 332 (2), 333 (14) and 334 (6) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006.

6.  Deduct 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsections 361 (7), 364 (11), 365 (3) to (5), 365.1 (13) to (15) and 365.2 (8) of the Municipal Act, 2001 or under subsections 329 (6), 331 (11), 332 (2), 333 (14) and 334 (6) of the City of Toronto Act, 2006.

(2) For the purposes of determining the tax revenue for the current fiscal year, the following rules apply:

1.  All amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsection 257.11 (14) or (15) of the Act are deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in sub-subparagraph 1 i A of subsection (1).

2.  All amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsection 257.11 (14) or (15) of the Act are deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in sub-subparagraph 1 ii A of subsection (1).

Rules re Spending

Managing estimates and expenditures

71. Every district school board shall manage its estimates process and its expenditures so as to ensure compliance with the requirements of sections 72 and 73 of this Regulation and with Ontario Regulation 193/10 (Restricted Purpose Revenues) made under the Act.

Required spending, minor tangible capital assets

72. (1) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a board under this Regulation that the board use the amount determined as follows to pay for assets described in subsection (2) before the board uses that amount for any other purpose:

1.  Take the total of the grant allocations, except for the interest on capital debt allocation, the school renewal allocation and the pupil accommodation allocation.

2.  Add the amount of the board’s adjustment for declining enrolment for the current fiscal year. 

3.  Subtract the employer bargaining agency fees amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

4.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 3 by 0.025.

(2) The assets referred to in subsection (1) are any vehicles, furniture, equipment, computer hardware and computer software that the board would be required to capitalize under the terms of the document entitled “District School Board and School Authority Tangible Capital Assets: Provincial Accounting Policies and Implementation Guide”, revised January 2021.

Maximum administration and governance expenses

73. (1) A district school board shall ensure that its net administration and governance expenses in the fiscal year do not exceed its administration and governance limit.

(2) The administration and governance limit is determined as follows:

1.  Take the portions of the following amounts that are allocated by the board to administration and governance:

i.  The mental health and well-being allocation.

ii.  The new teacher induction program amount (part of the cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation).

iii.  The Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount (part of the cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation).

iv.  The sick leave credit gratuities re-payment amount (part of the cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation).

v.  The conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount (part of the cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation).

vi.  The amount for supervision and professional development, determined by multiplying $26.88 by the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils.

vii.  The adjustment for declining enrolment, if any.

viii.  The rural and northern allocation.

ix.  The supports for students allocation.

2.  Add the administration and governance allocation.

3.  Subtract the curriculum and assessment implementation amount and the internal audits amount (both part of the administration and governance allocation).

4.  Add the parent engagement amount (part of the School Foundation Allocation).

5.  Add the non-instructional space in isolate boards merged with and continued as district school boards on September 1, 2009 amount, and the increasing capital planning capacity amount (both part of the School Operations Allocation).

6.  In the case of a French-language district school board, add the product of the current fiscal year’s day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils and $184.85.

7.  Subtract the portion of the public sector compensation restraint amount (part of the cost adjustment and new teacher induction program allocation) and the international student recovery amount (part of the continuing education and other programs allocation) that is allocated by the board to administration and governance.

(3) If in the current fiscal year and in the fiscal year preceding the current fiscal year, the reports described in subsection 16 (2) of this Regulation and subsection 16 (2) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation indicate that the board failed to comply with section 2, 5, 7 or 9 of Ontario Regulation 132/12 (Class Size) made under the Act, the administration and governance limit is determined as follows, despite subsection (2):

1.  Take the amount determined under subsection (2).

2.  Subtract the internal audits amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by 0.99.

(4) If in the current fiscal year and in both of the two fiscal years preceding the current fiscal year, the reports described in subsection 16 (2) of this Regulation, subsection 16 (2) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation and subsection 16 (2) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation indicate that the board failed to comply with section 2, 5, 7 or 9 of Ontario Regulation 132/12 (Class Size) made under the Act, the administration and governance limit is determined as follows, despite subsection (2):

1.  Take the amount determined under subsection (2).

2.  Subtract the internal audits amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by 0.97.

(5) If in the current fiscal year and in all of the three fiscal years preceding the current fiscal year, the reports described in subsection 16 (2) of this Regulation, subsection 16 (2) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation, subsection 16 (2) of the 2019-2020 grant regulation and subsection 16 (2) of the 2018-2019 grant regulation indicate that the board failed to comply with section 2, 5, 7 or 9 of Ontario Regulation 132/12 (Class Size) made under the Act, the administration and governance limit is determined as follows, despite subsection (2):

1.  Take the amount determined under subsection (2).

2.  Subtract the internal audits amount (part of the administration and governance allocation).

3.  Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 by 0.95.

(6) The Minister may determine that subsection (3), (4) or (5), as the case may be, does not apply to a board if the Minister is satisfied that the class sizes of the board have come into compliance with the limits set out in sections 2, 5, 7 and 9 of Ontario Regulation 132/12 (Class Size) made under the Act during the fiscal year.

(7) For the purposes of this section,

(a)  an expense by a board is an administration expense if it is categorized as an administration expense in the Ministry’s Uniform Code of Accounts, revised April 2021; and

(b)  an expense by a board is a governance expense if it is categorized as a governance expense in the Ministry’s Uniform Code of Accounts, revised April 2021.

(8) For the purposes of this section, a board’s net administration and governance expenses in the current fiscal year is determined as follows:

1.  Determine the sum of the administration expenses made by the board in the current fiscal year and the governance expenses made by the board in the current fiscal year.

2.  Add the portion, if any, of the expenses that are not incurred in the current fiscal year by reason of a strike or lock-out affecting the operations of the board, as calculated in accordance with Ontario Regulation 486/98 (Board Expenses Not Incurred by Reason of Strike or Lock-Out) made under the Act, that is attributable to administration and governance expenses.

3.  Deduct from the amount determined under paragraph 2 any revenue from other sources received by the board in the current fiscal year that is spent by the board in the current fiscal year on board administration expenses or governance expenses.

PART III
GRANTS TO SCHOOL AUTHORITIES

Grants to isolate boards

74. (1) For the purposes of this section, the approved expense of an isolate board is the expense that is acceptable to the Minister as shown on the forms provided by the Ministry to the isolate board for the purpose of calculating its legislative grant for the current fiscal year.

(2) In making determinations for the purposes of subsection (1), the Minister shall apply the funding formula on which the provisions of this Regulation relating to grants to district school boards is based, with such adaptations as the Minister considers advisable to take account of characteristics particular to isolate boards.

(3) For the purposes of this section, an isolate board’s tax revenue for the current fiscal year is determined as follows:

1.  Add,

i.  38 per cent of the sum of,

A.  the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsections 237 (12) and 238 (2), section 239, subsection 240 (4), sections 250 and 251 and subsections 257.8 (2) and 257.9 (1) of the Act, under sections 447.20 and 447.52 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable by section 474 of the Municipal Act, 2001, and under subsections 364 (22) and 365.2 (16) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

B.  the amounts, if any, referred to in subsection 364 (22) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Education Act, that are paid to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year,

C.  the total of all amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year from a municipality under subsections 353 (4), (4.1) and 366 (3) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

D.  the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsection 322 (1) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

E.  the grants, if any, made to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsection 302 (2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, and

F.  the amounts, if any, paid to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsections 9 (2) and (4) of the Tax Incentive Zones Act (Pilot Projects), 2002,

ii.  62 per cent of the sum of,

A.  the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsections 237 (12) and 238 (2), section 239, subsection 240 (4), sections 250 and 251 and subsections 257.8 (2) and 257.9 (1) of the Act, under sections 447.20 and 447.52 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable by section 474 of the Municipal Act, 2001, and under subsections 364 (22) and 365.2 (16) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

B.  the amounts, if any, referred to in subsection 364 (22) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Education Act, that are paid to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year,

C.  the total of all amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year from a municipality under subsections 353 (4), (4.1) and 366 (3) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

D.  the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsection 322 (1) of the Municipal Act, 2001,

E.  the grants, if any, made to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsection 302 (2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, and

F.  the amounts, if any, paid to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsections 9 (2) and (4) of the Tax Incentive Zones Act (Pilot Projects), 2002,

iii.  the total of the taxes received by the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under section 35 of the Assessment Act, and

iv.  the total of payments received by the board in the current fiscal year out of the proceeds of dispositions of forfeited corporate property under section 33 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

2.  Calculate the difference between the following amounts and deduct that difference if the amount described in subparagraph i is less than the amount described in subparagraph ii or add that difference if the amount described in subparagraph i is more than the amount described in subparagraph ii:

i.  The amount that was determined under subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 74 (3) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation for the purposes of calculating the amount payable to the board as its legislative grant in respect of the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

ii.  The amount that would have been determined under subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 74 (3) of the 2020-2021 grant regulation if that amount had been determined on the basis of the board’s annual financial statements as reported to the Ministry for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

3.  Deduct the following costs for which the board is responsible under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 that are incurred in the current fiscal year:

i.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under the Education Act or under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of conducting elections of members in territory without municipal organization that is deemed to be a district municipality for the purpose of clause 257.12 (3) (a) of the Education Act, but not including costs described in subparagraph ii, iii, iv or v.

ii.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 7 (4) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of recounts held under clause 56 (1) (a) or section 58 or 63 of that Act.

iii.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 7 (4) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of by-elections conducted in the circumstances described in subparagraphs 1 i, iv, v and vi of subsection 65 (4) of that Act, or in respect of recounts in such by-elections.

iv.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 88.33 (16) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of compliance audits.

v.  Any costs that the board is required to pay under subsection 88.37 (7) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 in respect of the compliance audit committee.

4.  Deduct the amounts charged to the board in the 2021 calendar year by a municipal council under section 353 of the Municipal Act, 2001, including amounts charged under that section as a result of private legislation.

5.  Deduct 38 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsections 361 (7), 364 (11), 365 (3) to (5), 365.1 (13) to (15) and 365.2 (8) of the Municipal Act, 2001.

6.  Deduct 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsections 361 (7), 364 (11), 365 (3) to (5), 365.1 (13) to (15) and 365.2 (8) of the Municipal Act, 2001.

(4) Amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under subsection 257.11 (14) or (15) of the Act are deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2021 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in subparagraph 1 i of subsection (3).

(5) Amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under subsection 257.11 (14) or (15) of the Act are deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2022 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in subparagraph 1 ii of subsection (3).

(6) If the approved expense of an isolate board exceeds its tax revenue for the current fiscal year, the board is paid a grant equal to the excess.

Grants to s. 68 boards

75. (1) A section 68 board is paid a grant in an amount determined as follows:

1.  Take the expenditure of the board for the current fiscal year that is acceptable to the Minister for grant purposes, excluding,

i.  expenditures for debt charges,

ii.  expenditures for the purchase of capital assets, and

iii.  expenditures for the restoration of destroyed or damaged capital assets.

2.  Deduct the revenue of the board for the current fiscal year, not including revenue from,

i.  legislative grants,

ii.  an organization on whose property a school is located, and

iii.  refunds of expenditure of the kind described in subparagraph 1 i, ii or iii.

(2) The capital assets referred to in subparagraphs 1 ii and iii of subsection (1) do not include equipment, computer hardware or computer software that a section 68 board would be required to capitalize under the terms of the document entitled “District School Board and School Authority Tangible Capital Assets: Provincial Accounting Policies and Implementation Guide”, revised January 2021.

(3) Subsection (4) applies if,

(a)  a section 68 board makes expenditures to purchase special equipment in accordance with the document entitled “Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Equipment Amount (SEA), 2021-22” for a pupil of a section 68 board and the pupil enrols in a school operated by a district school board or by a different section 68 board during the current fiscal year; or

(b)  a claim for special equipment for a pupil of a section 68 board has been approved and the pupil enrols in a school operated by a different section 68 board during the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

(4) The special equipment referred to in subsection (3) must move with the pupil to the new board unless, in the opinion of the new board, it is not practical to move the equipment.

PART IV
PAYMENTS TO GOVERNING AUTHORITIES

Pupil attending school in Manitoba or Quebec

76. (1) If a pupil who resides in a territorial district attends a school supported by local taxation in Manitoba or Quebec, the Minister may pay the governing authority of the school an amount agreed on between him or her and the authority if, in the Minister’s opinion,

(a)  daily transportation to a school in Ontario is impracticable due to distance or terrain;

(b)  the provision of board, lodging and weekly transportation to a school in Ontario is impracticable because of the age or disability of the pupil; and

(c)  the pupil attends a school that it is reasonable for him or her to attend, having regard to distance or terrain and any special needs of the pupil.

(2) In making a determination under subsection (1) with respect to a pupil who is a French-speaking person, the Minister shall have regard to language of instruction.

Pupil attending school on reserve

77. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this section applies if a pupil who resides in a territorial district,

(a)  is not resident in the area of jurisdiction of a board and is not resident on a Crown establishment; and

(b)  attends a school on a reserve that is operated by,

(i)  the Crown in right of Canada, or

(ii)  a band, the council of a band or an education authority, if the band, council of a band or education authority is authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for Indians.

(2) This section does not apply if the pupil attends a school pursuant to section 185 of the Act.

(3) The Minister shall pay the governing authority of the school attended by the pupil the amount agreed on between the governing authority and the Minister.

Amounts payable to board, attendance at a school under s. 185 of the Act

78. (1) In this section,

“prescribed person” means a person prescribed under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 261/19 (Reciprocal Education Approach) made under the Act.

(2) This section applies in respect of a board that has submitted to the Minister,

(a)  an arrangement that is not expired or terminated, entered into on or before August 31, 2019, for admission of one or more persons who are qualified to be resident pupils of the board to a school under section 185 of the Act; or

(b)  documentation that demonstrates that one or more prescribed persons or persons who are qualified to be resident pupils of the board have been admitted to a prescribed school within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 261/19 (Reciprocal Education Approach) made under the Act.

(3) Subject to subsection (5), the Minister shall pay to the board, for each elementary school pupil or prescribed person, other than a pupil referred to in subsection (7) or (8), an amount equal to the amount the board is required to pay under section 4 of Ontario Regulation 261/19 (Reciprocal Education Approach) made under the Act to the entity referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection 185 (1) of the Act.

(4) Subject to subsection (5), the Minister shall pay to the board, for each secondary school pupil or prescribed person, other than a pupil referred to in subsection (7) or (8), an amount equal to the amount the board is required to pay under section 4 of Ontario Regulation 261/19 (Reciprocal Education Approach) made under the Act to the entity referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection 185 (1) of the Act.

(5) In addition to the amounts referred to in subsections (3) and (4), the Minister may pay to the board, for each school pupil or prescribed person, an amount that shall not exceed the amount set out in subsection (6) if,

(a)  the board has entered into an agreement with an entity referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection 185 (1) of the Act, pursuant to subsection 185 (6) of the Act;

(b)  the entity referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection 185 (1) of the Act agrees to provide one or both of the following for each pupil or prescribed person:

(i)  additional special education staffing to support the health and safety of the pupil,

(ii)  special education equipment required to support the pupil; and

(c)  the claim in respect of services or equipment referred to in subclause (b) (i) or (ii) has been submitted in accordance with the document entitled “Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Incidence Portion (SIP), 2021-22” or the document entitled “Special Education Funding Guidelines: Special Education Amount (SEA), 2021-22”, as the case may be, and the Minister has approved the claim.

(6) The amounts referred to in subsection (5) that the Minister may pay to a board with respect to a pupil are,

(a)  $28,518, in respect of subclause (5) (b) (i); and

(b)  the cost of equipment less $800, in respect of subclause (5) (b) (ii).

(7) The Minister shall pay to the board, for each pupil to whom the arrangement referred to in clause (2) (a) applies who is at least 21 years of age on December 31 of the current fiscal year, and who is not a pupil in respect of whom subsection (8) applies, the lesser of,

(a)  the fee that the board would charge to pupils under subsection 8 (4) of the current fiscal year’s fees regulation; and

(b)  $3,588.

(8) The Minister shall pay to the board, for each pupil described in subsection (9), the lesser of,

(a)  the fee that the board would charge to pupils under subsection 8 (6) of the current fiscal year’s fees regulation; and

(b)  $3,588.

(9) A pupil for the purposes of subsection (8) is a pupil to whom the arrangement referred to in clause (2) (a) applies who, under the arrangement, will be enrolled in a course or class in which the pupil may earn a credit that will,

(a)  be provided between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.;

(b)  start after the completion of the board’s 2021-2022 school year; and

(c)  end before the start of the board’s 2022-2023 school year.

PART V
Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment

General

Definitions

79. (1) In this Part,

“exempt class or course” means,

(a)  a class or course in actualisation linguistique en français (ALF), English literacy development (ELD) or English as a second language (ESL),

(b)  a class or course in respect of programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants (PANA), or

(c)  a 55-hour upgrading class or course provided by a board during the summer of 2021; (“classe ou cours exempté”)

“exempt credit” means a credit granted to a pupil in respect of an exempt class or course; (“crédit exempté”)

“full-time pupil” means,

(a)  a pupil who is,

(i)  enrolled in an elementary day school and, in respect of a cycle, is enrolled for classroom instruction for an average of at least 210 minutes per school day,

(ii)  enrolled in a day school which has, in accordance with a calendar that has been approved by the Minister under Regulation 304 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (School Year Calendar, Professional Activity Days) made under the Act, a designated school year of 12 months and instructional days in each of those months, and in which the credit value of the courses in which the pupil is enrolled in a school year is at least seven, or

(iii)  enrolled in a secondary day school and, in respect of a cycle, is enrolled for classroom instruction for an average of at least 210 minutes per school day, as determined by taking the sum of,

(A)  the average of the minutes, in respect of a cycle, for which the pupil is enrolled for the first two or last two quarters, as the case may be,

(B)  the average of the minutes, in respect of a cycle, for which the pupil is enrolled for the first four or last four eighths, as the case may be, and

(C)  the average of the minutes, in respect of a cycle, for which the pupil is enrolled for semestered or non-semestered classes or courses, or

(b)  a supervised alternative learning pupil who is,

(i)  enrolled in an elementary day school and, in respect of a cycle, whose supervised alternative learning plan includes classroom instruction for an average of at least 70 minutes per school day, or

(ii)  enrolled in a secondary day school and, in respect of a cycle, whose supervised alternative learning plan includes classroom instruction for an average of at least 70 minutes per school day, as determined by taking the sum of,

(A)  the average of the minutes, in respect of a cycle, for which the pupil is enrolled for the first two or last two quarters, as the case may be,

(B)  the average of the minutes, in respect of a cycle, for which the pupil is enrolled for the first four or last four eighths, as the case may be, and

(C)  the average of the minutes, in respect of a cycle, for which the pupil is enrolled for semestered or non-semestered classes or courses; (“élève à temps plein”)

“high-credit factor” means the factor determined under section 86 in respect of a pupil; (“coefficient de crédits excédentaires”)

“independent study course” means a credit course that is provided to a pupil other than a full-time pupil and that,

(a)  meets the criteria set out in the independent study course register for inclusion in the determination of day school enrolment, or

(b)  is approved by the Minister as an independent study course to be included in the determination of day school enrolment; (“cours d’études personnelles”)

“individual education plan” means an individual education plan within the meaning of section 6 of Ontario Regulation 181/98 (Identification and Placement of Exceptional Pupils) made under the Act; (“plan d’enseignement individualisé”)

“other pupil” means a pupil,

(a)  who is a registered Indian residing on a reserve within the meaning of the Indian Act (Canada), other than a pupil who is, or whose parent or guardian is, an owner or tenant of property within the area of jurisdiction of the board that is assessed for an amount not less than the assessment limit for the fiscal year set out in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 471/98 (School Attendance Rights — Non-Resident Property Owners) made under the Act,

(b)  who is liable to pay fees as specified in subsection 49 (6) of the Act, or

(c)  whose parent or guardian does not reside in Ontario and who was not counted as a pupil of a board for the purposes of Ontario Regulation 489/20 (Grants for Student Needs — Legislative Grants for the 2020-2021 School Board Fiscal Year) made under the Act; (“autre élève”)

“part-time pupil” means a pupil who is enrolled in day school and is neither a full-time pupil nor a supervised alternative learning pupil whose supervised alternative learning plan in respect of a cycle includes classroom instruction for an average of less than 70 minutes per school day; (“élève à temps partiel”)

“supervised alternative learning pupil” means a pupil who has been approved by a supervised alternative learning committee to participate in supervised alternative learning. (“élève en apprentissage parallèle dirigé”)

(2) For the purposes of this Part, the terms “day school”, “day school program”, “elementary school” and “secondary school” do not include continuing education or summer school classes or courses.

Qualifying education programs

80. For the purposes of this Part, a pupil who receives instruction in an education program provided by a board that is a qualifying education program within the meaning of subsection 23 (2) or (5) is not a pupil enrolled in a school of the board.

Day School — General

Counting pupils

81. For the purposes of counting pupils under sections 81 to 89 (Day School — General), the following rules apply:

1.  Other pupils (as defined in subsection 79 (1)) shall not be counted.

2.  Pupils who are 21 years old or older on December 31, 2021 shall not be counted for the purposes of sections 85, 87 and 88.

3.  Pupils who are under 21 years old on December 31, 2021 shall not be counted for the purposes of section 89.

Credits and credit values, repeated classes or courses

82. (1) For the purposes of counting credits under sections 81 to 89 (Day School — General), if a pupil repeats a class or course for which the pupil has previously earned a credit, the credit shall be counted in respect of each time the pupil completes the class or course successfully.

(2) For the purposes of determining the credit value of a class or course that a pupil is enrolled in, the credit value shall be counted even if the pupil has previously earned a credit in respect of the same class or course.

Independent study courses

83. For the purposes of the calculations under sections 81 to 89 (Day School — General), the following rules apply to a pupil’s enrolment in an independent study course:

1.  If the course is started and completed by the pupil during one semester,

i.  the course shall be deemed to be a semestered course,

ii.  the pupil shall be deemed to be enrolled in the course on October 31, 2021 if the pupil is registered for the course during a semester that includes October 31, 2021 but has not either successfully completed or withdrawn from the course before that day, and

iii.  the pupil shall be deemed to be enrolled in the course on March 31, 2022 if the pupil is registered for the course during a semester that includes March 31, 2022 but has not either successfully completed or withdrawn from the course before that day.

2.  If the course is started by the pupil during one semester and completed during another semester,

i.  the course shall be deemed to be a non-semestered course, and

ii.  the pupil shall be deemed to be enrolled in the course on October 31, 2021.

Day school A.D.E. for pupils of a board

84. The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of a board is the sum of the following:

1.  The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of a board determined under section 85.

2.  The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of a board determined under section 87.

Day school A.D.E. for elementary school pupils

85. The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of a board is the sum of the following:

1.  The product of 0.5 and the sum of:

i.  The number of full-time pupils enrolled on October 31, 2021 in elementary schools of the board.

ii.  The product of 0.5 and the number of supervised alternative learning pupils whose supervised alternative learning plans include classroom instruction for an average of less than 70 minutes per school day enrolled on October 31, 2021 in elementary schools of the board.

iii.  The quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in an elementary school of the board, the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a course in the cycle that includes that day, and dividing the sum of the numbers so determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in the cycle.

2.  The product of 0.5 and the sum of the numbers calculated in accordance with subparagraphs 1 i, ii and iii, reading references to October 31, 2021 as references to March 31, 2022.

High-credit factor

86. (1) For the purposes of sections 87 and 88, a pupil’s high-credit factor shall be determined in accordance with this section.

(2) A pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021, is the greater of zero and the number determined in accordance with the following formula:

[A − (34 − B)] ÷ C

in which,

  “A”  is the sum of,

(a)  the product of 0.5 and the total credit value of the non-semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board, other than exempt classes and courses,

(b)  the total credit value of the semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board, other than exempt classes and courses,

(c)  the total credit value of the quartered classes and courses of the first two quarters of the school year, other than exempt classes and courses, in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given quarter, and

(d)  the total credit value of the eighthed classes and courses of the first four eighths of the school year, other than exempt classes and courses, in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given eighth,

  “B”  is the lesser of 34 and the number of credits that the pupil has earned before September 1, 2021, other than exempt credits, and

  “C”  is the sum of,

(a)  the product of 0.5 and the total credit value of the non-semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board,

(b)  the total credit value of the semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board,

(c)  the total credit value of the quartered classes and courses of the first two quarters of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given quarter, and

(d)  the total credit value of the eighthed classes and courses of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given eighth.

(3) A pupil’s high-credit factor, as of March 31, 2022, is the greater of zero and the number determined in accordance with the following formula:

[A − (34 − B)] ÷ C

in which,

  “A”  is the sum of,

(a)  the product of 0.5 and the total credit value of the non-semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on either or both of October 31, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in a secondary school of the board, other than exempt classes and courses and any class or course in respect of which a credit was earned before March 31, 2022,

(b)  the total credit value of the semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on March 31, 2022 in a secondary school of the board, other than exempt classes and courses,

(c)  the total credit value of the quartered classes and courses of the last two quarters of the school year, other than exempt classes and courses, in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given quarter, and

(d)  the total credit value of the eighthed classes and courses of the last four eighths of the school year, other than exempt classes and courses, in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given eighth,

  “B”  is the lesser of 34 and the sum of,

(a)  the number of credits that the pupil has earned before September 1, 2021, other than exempt credits,

(b)  the number of credits earned on or after September 1, 2021 and before March 31, 2022 that were earned in respect of a class or course that is part of a day school program, other than exempt credits, credits earned in the last two quarters of the school year and credits earned in the last four eighths of the school year, and

(c)  the product of 0.5 and the total credit value of the non-semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on either or both of October 31, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in a secondary school of the board, other than exempt classes or courses and any class or course in respect of which a credit was earned before March 31, 2022, and

  “C”  is the sum of,

(a)  the product of 0.5 and the total credit value of the non-semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on either or both of October 31, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in a secondary school of the board, other than any class or course in respect of which a credit was earned before March 31, 2022,

(b)  the total credit value of the semestered classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled on March 31, 2022 in a secondary school of the board,

(c)  the total credit value of the quartered classes and courses of the last two quarters of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given quarter, and

(d)  the total credit value of the eighthed classes and courses of the last four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled in a secondary school of the board on the sixteenth school day following the start of a given eighth.

(4) Despite subsections (2) and (3), the high-credit factor of the following pupils is zero:

1.  Any pupil who,

i.  was enrolled in grade 9 in a secondary school (within the meaning of the Act) in the 2018-2019 school year or any subsequent school year, and

ii.  in the case of a pupil who enrolled in grade 9 in a secondary school more than once, did not enrol in grade 9 in any school year prior to the 2018-2019 school year.

2.  Any pupil who,

i.  was never enrolled in grade 9 in a secondary school (within the meaning of the Act), and

ii.  is under 18 years old on December 31, 2021.

3.  Any pupil who has an individual education plan,

i.  on October 31, 2021, for the purposes of the pupil’s high-credit factor as of October 31, 2021, or

ii.  on March 31, 2022, for the purposes of the pupil’s high-credit factor as of March 31, 2022.

Day school A.D.E. for secondary school pupils

87. (1) The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of a board is determined as follows:

1.  Identify each full-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board, other than a pupil who,

i.  is a supervised alternative learning pupil, or

ii.  is a pupil described in subclause (a) (ii) of the definition of “full-time pupil” in subsection 79 (1), and in respect of whom,

A.  the number obtained by subtracting the pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021, from 1, and multiplying the result by the total credit value of the classes and courses in which the pupil is enrolled in the school year, is 7 or more, and

B.  the number obtained by subtracting the pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021, from 1, and multiplying the result by the average number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes that day, is less than 210.

2.  Calculate a number in respect of each pupil identified in paragraph 1 as follows:

i.  Subtract the pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021, from 1.

ii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a semestered or non-semestered format in the cycle that includes October 31, 2021, determine a number as follows:

A.  Determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in that cycle.

B.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the number determined under sub-subparagraph A.

C.  Divide the number of minutes determined under sub-subparagraph B by the number of days in the cycle.

iii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in a quartered format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first two quarters of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first two quarters of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the quarter.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each quarter under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 2.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

iv.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in an eighthed format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first four eighths of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the eighth.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each eighth under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 4.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

v.  Take the sum of the numbers determined under subparagraphs ii, iii and iv.

vi.  If the number of minutes determined under subparagraph v is 210 or more, the number for the pupil under this paragraph is 1.

vii.  If the number of minutes determined under subparagraph v is less than 210, divide the number of minutes determined under subparagraph v by 300.

3.  Take the number of full-time pupils enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board who meet the description in subparagraph 1 ii, other than supervised alternative learning pupils.

4.  Calculate a number in respect of each full-time pupil who is a supervised alternative learning pupil and who is enrolled, or has their enrolment reported, on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board as follows:

i.  Subtract the pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021, from 1.

ii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a semestered or non-semestered format in the cycle that includes October 31, 2021, determine a number as follows:

A.  Determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in that cycle.

B.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the number determined under sub-subparagraph A.

C.  Divide the number of minutes determined under sub-subparagraph B by the number of days in the cycle.

iii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in a quartered format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first two quarters of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first two quarters of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the quarter.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each quarter under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 2.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

iv.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in an eighthed format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first four eighths of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the eighth.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each eighth under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 4.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

v.  Take the sum of the numbers determined under subparagraphs ii, iii and iv.

vi.  If the number of minutes determined under subparagraph v is 70 or more, the number for the pupil under this paragraph is 1.

vii.  If the number of minutes determined under subparagraph v is less than 70, the number for the pupil under this paragraph is 0.5.

5.  Take the product of 0.5 and the number of supervised alternative learning pupils whose supervised alternative learning plans include classroom instruction for an average of less than 70 minutes per school day enrolled on October 31, 2021 in secondary schools of the board.

6.  Calculate a number in respect of each part-time pupil who is enrolled, or has their enrolment reported, on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board as follows:

i.  Subtract the pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021, from 1.

ii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a semestered or non-semestered format in the cycle that includes October 31, 2021, determine a number as follows:

A.  Determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in that cycle in a course other than an independent study course.

B.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the number determined under sub-subparagraph A.

C.  Divide the number of minutes determined under sub-subparagraph B by the number of days in the cycle.

iii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in a quartered format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first two quarters of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first two quarters of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a course other than an independent study course in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the quarter.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each quarter under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 2.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

iv.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in an eighthed format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first four eighths of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a course other than an independent study course in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the eighth.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each eighth under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 4.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

v.  Take the sum of the numbers determined under subparagraphs ii, iii and iv.

vi.  Divide the number determined under subparagraph v by 300.

7.  Multiply the total of the numbers determined under paragraphs 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 by 0.5.

8.  Take the number determined by repeating paragraphs 1 to 7, modified in accordance with subsection (2).

9.  Calculate a number in respect of each pupil enrolled in a secondary school of the board who is registered for an independent study course, in accordance with the following formula:

(A × B ÷ 7.5) × (1− C)

in which,

“A”  is the credit value of the course,

“B”  is the fraction representing the portion of the total quantity of work required for completion of the course that is completed by the pupil during the fiscal year, and

“C”  is,

(a)  in the case of a semestered course that the pupil has not either successfully completed or withdrawn from before October 31, 2021 or March 31, 2022, as the case may be, the high-credit factor of the pupil as of the day on which the pupil is deemed under section 83 to be enrolled in the course, or

(b)  in the case of a non-semestered course or a semestered course that the pupil has either successfully completed or withdrawn from before October 31, 2021 or March 31, 2022, as the case may be, the average of the high-credit factors of the pupil as of October 31, 2021 and March 31, 2022.

10.  Total the numbers determined under paragraphs 7, 8 and 9.

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 8 of subsection (1), paragraphs 1 to 7 shall be modified as follows:

1.  References to October 31, 2021 shall be read as references to March 31, 2022.

2.  References to the “first two quarters” shall be read as references to the “last two quarters”.

3.  References to the “first four eighths” shall be read as references to the “last four eighths”.

Day school high-credit A.D.E. for secondary school pupils

88. (1) The 2021-2022 day school high-credit average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of a board is determined as follows:

1.  Calculate a number in respect of each pupil identified in paragraph 1 of subsection 87 (1) by subtracting the number calculated in respect of that pupil under paragraph 2 of subsection 87 (1) from 1.

2.  Calculate a number in respect of each full-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board who is a supervised alternative learning pupil as follows:

i.  Take the number of pupils for whom the number determined under paragraph 4 of subsection 87 (1), determined as of October 31, 2021, is 0.5.

ii.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by 0.5.

3.  Calculate a number in respect of each part-time pupil who is enrolled, or has their enrolment reported, on October 31, 2021 in a secondary school of the board as follows:

i.  Take the pupil’s high-credit factor, as of October 31, 2021.

ii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a semestered or non-semestered format in the cycle that includes October 31, 2021, determine a number as follows:

A.  Determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in that cycle in a course other than an independent study course.

B.  Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the number determined under sub-subparagraph A.

C.  Divide the number of minutes determined under sub-subparagraph B by the number of days in the cycle.

iii.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in a quartered format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first two quarters of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first two quarters of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a course other than an independent study course in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the quarter.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each quarter under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 2.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

iv.  If the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in which classes or courses are offered in an eighthed format and the pupil is enrolled in at least one of the first four eighths of the school year, determine a number as follows:

A.  With respect to each of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in a course other than an independent study course in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the eighth.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each eighth under sub-subparagraph B.

D.  Divide the number determined under sub-subparagraph C by 4.

E.  Multiply the number determined under sub-subparagraph D by the number determined under subparagraph i.

v.  Take the sum of the numbers determined under subparagraphs ii, iii and iv.

vi.  Divide the number determined under subparagraph v by 300.

4.  Multiply the total of the numbers determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 by 0.5.

5.  Take the number determined by repeating paragraphs 1 to 4, modified in accordance with subsection (2).

6.  Calculate a number in respect of each pupil enrolled in a secondary school of the board who is registered for an independent study course, in accordance with the following formula:

(A × B ÷ 7.5) × C

in which “A”, “B” and “C” have the same meanings as in paragraph 9 of subsection 87 (1).

7.  Total the numbers determined under paragraphs 4, 5 and 6.

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 5 of subsection (1), paragraphs 1 to 4 shall be modified as follows:

1.  References to October 31, 2021 shall be read as references to March 31, 2022.

2.  The reference in subparagraph 2 i of subsection (1) to paragraph 4 of subsection 87 (1) shall be read as a reference to that paragraph as modified in accordance with subsection 87 (2).

3.  References to the “first two quarters” shall be read as references to the “last two quarters”.

4.  References to the “first four eighths” shall be read as references to the “last four eighths”.

Day school A.D.E. for pupils who are 21 or older

89. The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of a board who are 21 years old or older, counting only pupils who are 21 years old or older, is the sum of the following:

1.  The product of 0.5 and the sum of:

i.  The number of full-time pupils enrolled on October 31, 2021 in day schools of the board.

ii.  The quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a day school of the board, the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes that day, in a course other than an independent study course or a course that is offered in a quartered or eighthed format, and dividing the sum of the numbers so determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in the cycle.

iii.  The number determined as follows, for each part-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a day school of the board who is registered in courses offered in a quartered or eighthed format:

A.  With respect to each of the first two quarters or each of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the quarter or eighth, counting only minutes that are offered in a quartered or eighthed format, as the case may be.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle in the quarter or eighth, as the case may be.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each quarter under sub-subparagraph B and divide that number by 2.

D.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each eighth under sub-subparagraph B and divide that number by 4.

E.  Take the sum of the numbers determined under sub-subparagraphs C and D and divide by 300.

2.  The number determined by repeating paragraph 1 by,

i.  reading references to October 31, 2021 as references to March 31, 2022,

ii.  reading references to the “first two quarters” as references to the “last two quarters”, and

iii.  reading references to the “first four eighths” as references to the “last four eighths”.

3.  The number in respect of each pupil enrolled in a day school of the board who is registered for an independent study course, calculated as follows:

A × B ÷ 7.5

in which,

“A”  is the credit value of the course, and

“B”  is the fraction representing the portion of the total quantity of work required for completion of the course that is completed by the pupil during the fiscal year.

Day School — Other Pupils

Day school A.D.E. for other pupils

90. The 2021-2022 day school average daily enrolment of other pupils of a board is the sum of the following, counting only other pupils enrolled in day schools of the board:

1.  The product of 0.5 and the sum of:

i.  The number of full-time pupils enrolled on October 31, 2021 in day schools of the board.

ii.  The product of 0.5 and the number of supervised alternative learning pupils whose supervised alternative learning plans include classroom instruction for an average of less than 70 minutes per school day enrolled on October 31, 2021 in day schools of the board.

iii.  The quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a day school of the board, the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes that day, in a course other than an independent study course or a course that is offered in a quartered or in an eighthed format, and dividing the sum of the numbers so determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in the cycle.

iv.  The number determined as follows, for each part-time pupil enrolled on October 31, 2021 in a day school of the board who is registered in courses offered in a quartered or eighthed format:

A.  With respect to each of the first two quarters or each of the first four eighths of the school year in which the pupil is enrolled, determine the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes the sixteenth school day following the start of the quarter or eighth, counting only minutes that are offered in a quartered or eighthed format, as the case may be.

B.  Divide each number determined under sub-subparagraph A by the number of days in the cycle in the quarter or eighth, as the case may be.

C.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each quarter under sub-subparagraph B and divide that number by 2.

D.  Take the total of the minutes determined for each eighth under sub-subparagraph B and divide that number by 4.

E.  Take the sum of the numbers determined under sub-subparagraphs C and D and divide by 300.

2.  The number determined by repeating paragraph 1 by,

i.  reading references to October 31, 2021 as references to March 31, 2022,

ii.  reading references to the “first two quarters” as references to the “last two quarters”, and

iii.  reading references to the “first four eighths” as references to the “last four eighths”.

3.  The number in respect of each pupil enrolled in a day school of the board who is registered for an independent study course, calculated as follows:

A × B ÷ 7.5

in which,

“A”  is the credit value of the course, and

“B”  is the fraction representing the portion of the total quantity of work required for completion of the course that is completed by the pupil during the fiscal year.

Continuing Education

Interpretation

91. (1) A class or course is a continuing education class or course for the purposes of sections 91 to 94 (Continuing Education) if it is not a summer school class or course as defined in subsection 95 (1), it is approved by the Minister and it satisfies the conditions in one of the following paragraphs:

1.  The class or course,

i.  is established for adults for which one or more credits, a half credit referred to in the Ministry publication entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016” or a half credit approved by the Minister may be granted, and

ii.  is in the intermediate division if it is offered by a school authority that is only authorized to provide elementary education.

2.  The class or course is in Indigenous language instruction for adults.

3.  The class or course is in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 7 or 8 for whom a remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the day school in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or course is not provided as part of a day school program.

4.  The class or course is a non-credit class or course in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 9 or a higher grade for whom a grade 9 or 10 remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the day school in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or course is not provided as part of a day school program.

5.  The class or course is in literacy and numeracy and is established for adults who are parents or guardians of pupils enrolled in a day school program for whom a remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the day school in which the pupils are enrolled.

6.  The class or course is for secondary school pupils who elected to take the designated transfer course in mathematics to transfer between course types in accordance with section 7.2.4 of the Ministry publication entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”.

7.  The class or course is for pupils who, on the recommendation of the principal, headmaster, headmistress or other person in charge of the pupil’s school, must complete additional preparation before switching from one course type in grade 9 to another course type in grade 10 in the same subject, in accordance with section 7.2.4 of the Ministry publication entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”.

8.  The class or course is in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 7 or 8 for whom a remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the continuing education program in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or course is not provided as part of a day school program.

9.  The class or course is a non-credit class or course in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 9 or a higher grade for whom a grade 9 or 10 remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the continuing education program in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or course is not provided as part of a day school program.

(2) Any pupils who are in a class or course offered for credit and who are not adults must be included in calculating the continuing education average daily enrolment for a board under this Part for a class or course established for adults that is referred to in subsection (1).

(3) The following rules apply in calculating the continuing education average daily enrolment for a board under sections 91 to 94 (Continuing Education) for a class or course referred to in subsection (4):

1.  If the number of pupils in the class or course is 10 or more and less than 15, that number is increased to 15.

2.  If the number of pupils in the class or course is less than 10, that number is increased by five.

(4) Subsection (3) applies with respect to a class or course,

(a)  referred to in paragraph 2 of subsection (1); and

(b)  referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection (1), other than a course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction, if the class or course is offered in a secondary school that is located in a territorial district and is more than 80 kilometres from all other secondary schools in the province that have the same language of instruction.

Continuing education A.D.E., general

92. (1) Other pupils shall not be counted for the purposes of this section.

(2) The 2021-2022 continuing education average daily enrolment of pupils of a board is the sum of the following:

1.  A number in respect of each pupil who is enrolled in a continuing education class or course established by the board, other than a continuing education course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction, calculated as follows:

(A × B) ÷ (300 × 190)

in which,

“A”  is the number of sessions for which the pupil is enrolled in the fiscal year, and

“B”  is the number of minutes in each session.

2.  A number in respect of each pupil who is enrolled in a continuing education course established by the board and delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction calculated as follows:

A × 0.1158 × B

in which,

“A”  is the credit value of the course, and

“B”  is the fraction representing the portion of the total quantity of work required for completion of the course that is completed by the pupil during the fiscal year.

Continuing education A.D.E., other pupils

93. The 2021-2022 continuing education average daily enrolment of other pupils of a board is the sum of the numbers determined in respect of each other pupil enrolled in a continuing education class or course established by the board, using the calculation set out in subsection 92 (2).

Continuing education A.D.E., fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils

94. (1) Other pupils shall not be counted for the purposes of this section.

(2) The 2021-2022 continuing education average daily enrolment of fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils of a board is the sum of the numbers determined in respect of each pupil described in subsection (3) that is enrolled in a continuing education class or course established by the board, using the calculation set out in subsection 92 (2).

(3) A pupil is eligible to be counted for the purposes of subsection (2) if the pupil,

(a)  is at least 21 years old on December 31, 2021; or

(b)  has a high-credit factor of one.

Summer School

Interpretation

95. (1) In sections 95 to 98,

“summer school class or course” means a class or course,

(a)  that is provided by a board between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.,

(b)  that starts after the completion of the 2021-2022 school year and ends before the start of the 2022-2023 school year, and

(c)  that is a class or course,

(i)  for pupils who have a developmental disability,

(ii)  in which a pupil may earn a credit,

(iii)  for pupils who have completed grade 6 or a higher grade and for whom a grade 7 or 8 remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal, headmaster, headmistress or other person in charge of the school at which the pupil completed grade 6, 7 or 8,

(iv)  for pupils who were enrolled in grade 9 or a higher grade and for whom a non-credit grade 9 or 10 remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal, headmaster, headmistress or other person in charge of the school at which the pupil was enrolled,

(v)  for secondary school pupils who elected to take the designated transfer course in mathematics to transfer between course types in accordance with section 7.2.4 of the Ministry publication entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”, or

(vi)  for pupils who, on the recommendation of the principal, headmaster, headmistress or other person in charge of the pupil’s school, must complete additional preparation before switching from one course type in grade 9 to another course type in grade 10 in the same subject, in accordance with section 7.2.4 of the Ministry publication entitled “Ontario Schools, Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2016”.

(2) Only the following pupils are counted for the purposes of sections 95 to 98:

1.  Pupils who were enrolled in a day school program offered by a board.

2.  Pupils who were enrolled in any of grades 1 to 12 in a private school that was in compliance with subsection 16 (1) of the Act when the pupil was last enrolled in the school.

3.  Pupils who were enrolled in a school established under section 13 of the Act.

Summer school A.D.E., general

96. (1) Other pupils shall not be counted for the purposes of this section.

(2) The 2021-2022 summer school average daily enrolment of pupils of a board is the sum of the numbers determined in respect of each pupil enrolled in a summer school class or course that is provided by the board, other than a course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction, calculated as follows:

(A × B) ÷ (300 × 190)

in which,

  “A”  is the number of sessions of the summer school class or course in which the pupil is enrolled in the fiscal year, and

  “B”  is the number of minutes in each session.

Summer school A.D.E., other pupils

97. The 2021-2022 summer school average daily enrolment of other pupils of a board is the sum of the numbers determined in respect of each other pupil enrolled in a summer school class or course that is provided by the board, other than a course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction, using the calculation set out in subsection 96 (2).

Summer school A.D.E., fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils

98. (1) Other pupils shall not be counted for the purposes of this section.

(2) The 2021-2022 summer school average daily enrolment of fully high-credit and 21 or older pupils of a board is the sum of the numbers determined in respect of each pupil described in subsection (3) that is enrolled in a summer school class or course provided by the board, using the calculation set out in subsection 96 (2).

(3) A pupil is eligible to be counted for the purposes of subsection (2) if the pupil,

(a)  is at least 21 years old on December 31, 2021; or

(b)  has a high-credit factor of one.

PART VI (OMItted)

99. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).

TABLE 1
Principals Amount (Qualifying sole elementary schools)

Item

Column 1
Qualifying sole elementary school

Column 2
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
Less than 50

Column 3
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
50 or more but
less than 100

Column 4
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
100 or more but
less than 150

Column 5
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
150 or more

1.

Outlying elementary school

0.5

1

1

1

2.

Distant elementary school

ADE/100

ADE/100

1

1

3.

Regular elementary school of a French-language district school board

ADE/100

ADE/100

1

1

4.

Regular elementary school of an English-language district school board

ADE/150

ADE/150

ADE/150

1

 

TABLE 2
Principals Amount (qualifying sole secondary schools and qualifying combined schools)

Item

Column 1
Qualifying sole
secondary
school or qualifying
combined school

Column 2
Current fiscal year’s enrolment/combined
enrolment
Less than 50

Column 3
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
50 or more but less than
100

Column 4
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
100 or more but less
than 200

Column 5
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
200 or more

1.

Outlying secondary school or outlying combined school

0.5

1

1

1

2.

Distant secondary school or distant combined school

ADE/100

ADE/100

1

1

3.

Regular secondary school of a French-language district school board or regular combined school of a French-language district school board

ADE/100

ADE/100

1

1

4.

Regular secondary school of an English-language district school board  or regular combined school of an English-language district school board

ADE/200

ADE/200

ADE/200

1

 

TABLE 3
Vice-Principals Amount (Qualifying sole elementary schools)

Item

Column 1
Qualifying sole
elementary school

Column 2
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment
Less than 250

Column 3
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment
250 or more but less
than 500

Column 4
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment
500 or more but less
than 1,000

Column 5
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment
1,000 or more

1.

Outlying elementary school

0

(ADE - 250) × 0.003

0.75 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0025

2

2.

Distant elementary school

0

(ADE - 250) × 0.003

0.75 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0025

2

3.

Regular elementary school of a French-language district school board

0

(ADE - 250) × 0.003

0.75 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0025

2

4.

Regular elementary school of an English-language district school board

0

(ADE - 250) × 0.003

0.75 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0025

2

 

TABLE 4
Vice-Principals Amount (Qualifying sole secondary schools And qualifying combined schools)

Item

Column 1
Qualifying sole
secondary school or
qualifying combined
school

Column 2
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
Less than 50

Column 3
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
50 or more but less
than 100

Column 4
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
100 or more but less
than 200

Column 5
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
200 or more

1.

Outlying secondary school or outlying combined school

0

ADE/500

ADE/500

ADE/500

2.

Distant secondary school or distant combined school

0

0

ADE/500

ADE/500

3.

Regular secondary school of a French-language district school board or regular combined school of a French-language district school board

0

0

ADE/500

ADE/500

4.

Regular secondary school of an English-language district school board  or regular combined school of an English-language district school board

0

0

0

ADE/500

 

TABLE 5
school secretaries amount (Qualifying sole elementary school)

Item

Column 1
Qualifying sole
elementary school

Column 2
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
Less than 100

Column 3
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
100 or more but
less than 250

Column 4
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
250 or more but
less than 300

Column 5
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
300 or more but
less than 500

Column 6
Current fiscal
year’s enrolment
500 or more

1.

Outlying elementary school

1

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.00125

1.1875 + (ADE - 250) × 0.002

1.2875 + (ADE - 300) × 0.003125

1.9125 + (ADE - 500) × 0.003675

2.

Distant elementary school

ADE/100

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.00125

1.1875 + (ADE - 250) × 0.002

1.2875 + (ADE - 300) × 0.003125

1.9125 + (ADE - 500) × 0.003675

3.

Regular elementary school of a French-language district school board

ADE/100

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.00125

1.1875 + (ADE - 250) × 0.002

1.2875 + (ADE - 300) × 0.003125

1.9125 + (ADE - 500) × 0.003675

4.

Regular elementary school of an English-language district school board

ADE/100

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.00125

1.1875 + (ADE - 250) × 0.002

1.2875 + (ADE - 300) × 0.003125

1.9125 + (ADE - 500) × 0.003675

 

TABLE 6
school secretaries amount (qualifying sole secondary schools and qualifying combined schools)

Item

Column 1
Qualifying sole
secondary school or
qualifying combined
school

Column 2
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
Less than 100

Column 3
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
100 or more but less
than 500

Column 4
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
500 or more but less
than 1,000

Column 5
Current fiscal year’s
enrolment/combined
enrolment
1,000 or more

1.

Outlying secondary school or outlying combined school

1

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.003125

2.25 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0055

5 + (ADE - 1,000) × 0.004

2.

Distant secondary school or distant combined school

ADE/100

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.003125

2.25 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0055

5 + (ADE - 1,000) × 0.004

3.

Regular secondary school of a French-language district school board or regular combined school of a French-language district school board

ADE/100

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.003125

2.25 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0055

5 + (ADE - 1,000) × 0.004

4.

Regular secondary school of an English-language district school board  or regular combined school of an English-language district school board

ADE/100

1 + (ADE - 100) × 0.003125

2.25 + (ADE - 500) × 0.0055

5 + (ADE - 1,000) × 0.004

 

Table 7
Differentiated special education needs amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Projected measures of
variability amount, in
dollars

Column 3
Projected special education
statistical prediction model
amount, in dollars

Column 4
Other staffing
resources amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

3,352,356

4,797,565

179,344

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

2,417,733

5,053,798

165,234

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1,811,284

6,940,922

191,871

4.

Bluewater District School Board

2,276,612

7,608,076

215,426

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1,986,663

4,740,537

149,753

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

1,200,285

2,288,180

82,390

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

2,492,645

6,086,512

188,272

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

3,973,557

6,484,572

227,353

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

4,075,250

6,008,390

219,564

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

3,541,309

3,519,350

156,689

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

 3,225,596

 4,302,995

 166,421

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

 1,249,978

 356,439

 43,245

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

 3,024,905

 2,574,230

 126,290

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

 5,392,455

 9,382,471

 317,139

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

 3,390,206

 2,692,762

 136,354

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

 1,636,243

 1,260,169

 70,076

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

 1,982,719

 991,675

 71,698

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

 2,073,282

 1,114,332

 76,133

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

 3,995,248

 4,643,301

 189,507

20.

District School Board of Niagara

4,474,321

16,549,491

447,110

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

2,880,520

3,289,994

138,174

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

8,212,354

27,936,213

761,692

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

2,196,919

8,074,490

223,470

24.

Durham District School Board

8,178,238

27,922,258

760,692

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

3,269,618

11,401,766

314,985

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

3,923,882

14,564,541

394,376

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

3,663,547

13,547,204

367,802

28.

Halton District School Board

6,869,961

23,981,678

651,521

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

3,185,093

12,617,790

338,519

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

6,056,239

20,864,358

569,758

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

2,547,953

7,123,101

210,983

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1,148,658

2,067,628

76,729

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1,915,272

1,910,307

89,402

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

4,224,116

14,284,515

394,797

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

2,789,374

2,298,612

115,659

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

763,349

581,358

37,802

37.

Lakehead District School Board

2,644,979

3,619,575

140,130

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

2,618,829

9,887,919

269,963

39.

Limestone District School Board

2,789,808

8,487,687

244,395

40.

London District Catholic School Board

2,432,207

8,680,406

240,966

41.

Near North District School Board

2,536,919

4,788,453

162,195

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

2,181,081

8,514,157

232,285

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

943,109

1,330,620

57,125

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1,073,396

1,052,306

54,046

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

950,791

564,750

41,355

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

8,114,119

28,024,009

761,475

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

5,021,173

17,340,494

474,937

48.

Peel District School Board

17,448,967

53,946,298

1,494,793

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

2,030,671

6,286,939

182,832

50.

Rainbow District School Board

3,423,188

5,801,675

201,702

51.

Rainy River District School Board

1,059,638

1,127,239

55,318

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

1,395,892

2,166,136

83,920

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

2,290,854

4,334,636

147,638

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

7,120,396

22,481,449

625,526

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

3,333,743

9,508,041

276,931

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1,882,368

3,900,729

130,116

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1,864,551

2,689,644

104,556

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

737,069

698,367

39,689

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

394,215

267,331

23,593

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

9,625,057

33,852,081

914,120

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

2,183,086

3,042,094

118,512

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

9,079,343

34,470,662

915,636

63.

Toronto District School Board

26,071,689

90,224,097

2,428,686

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

2,536,808

7,655,905

221,833

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

4,058,202

11,956,538

342,926

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

4,107,345

13,848,756

383,305

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

2,799,904

9,608,149

267,910

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

7,559,005

24,923,340

685,438

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1,652,144

3,106,853

108,816

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

2,321,840

8,121,718

227,050

71.

York Catholic District School Board

4,918,200

19,323,254

514,035

72.

York Region District School Board

12,428,242

46,309,670

1,231,531

 

TABLE 8
Diversity in English language learners component

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Diversity in English
language learners
component of the
ESL/ELD amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

32,580

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

49,352

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

199,517

4.

Bluewater District School Board

225,279

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

88,976

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

44,306

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

48,532

8.

District School Board of Niagara

296,634

9.

District School Board Ontario North East

27,746

10.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

3,168,184

11.

Durham Catholic District School Board

261,571

12.

Durham District School Board

771,473

13.

Grand Erie District School Board

221,503

14.

Greater Essex County District School Board

731,402

15.

Halton Catholic District School Board

643,705

16.

Halton District School Board

1,198,041

17.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

507,779

18.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

872,911

19.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

45,563

20.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

31,414

21.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

10,272

22.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

89,245

23.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

13,158

24.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

3,759

25.

Lakehead District School Board

26,514

26.

Lambton Kent District School Board

124,313

27.

Limestone District School Board

81,057

28.

London District Catholic School Board

296,481

29.

Near North District School Board

22,033

30.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

170,927

31.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

4,556

32.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

7,364

33.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

2,634

34.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1,442,266

35.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

833,717

36.

Peel District School Board

6,385,647

37.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

46,020

38.

Rainbow District School Board

41,390

39.

Rainy River District School Board

1,816

40.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

13,705

41.

Renfrew County District School Board

25,620

42.

Simcoe County District School Board

263,199

43.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

124,749

44.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

53,349

45.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

17,387

46.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

4,228

47.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

2,133

48.

Thames Valley District School Board

1,088,862

49.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

26,020

50.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

3,746,758

51.

Toronto District School Board

10,216,748

52.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

47,688

53.

Upper Canada District School Board

87,902

54.

Upper Grand District School Board

480,621

55.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

477,369

56.

Waterloo Region District School Board

1,505,832

57.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

125,822

58.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

394,249

59.

York Catholic District School Board

1,849,127

60.

York Region District School Board

4,657,506

 

TABLE 9
Broader community factor

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Broader community
factor percentage, based
on the 2011 Census of
Canada

1.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

80

2.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

97

3.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

97

4.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

75

5.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

95

6.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

75

7.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

83

8.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

75

9.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

75

10.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

75

11.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

84

12.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

97

 

TABLE 10
BOARD ACTION PLAN

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Estimated percentage of students who are First Nation, Métis or Inuit

Column 3
Board action
plan
amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

16.53

103,334

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

8.80

76,301

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

2.58

66,869

4.

Bluewater District School Board

6.66

77,393

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

7.58

71,966

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

6.77

59,736

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

7.57

74,124

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

6.37

65,694

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

3.69

67,472

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

5.11

64,710

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

9.19

69,776

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

22.39

54,118

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

15.26

62,847

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

5.64

72,455

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

16.66

69,861

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

18.60

61,672

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

16.64

56,848

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

16.32

56,118

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

3.65

74,442

20.

District School Board of Niagara

5.86

93,835

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

16.28

90,098

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1.20

81,125

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

2.98

67,599

24.

Durham District School Board

3.23

140,834

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

7.28

120,261

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

4.81

83,868

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

2.36

64,247

28.

Halton District School Board

2.35

86,762

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

5.30

68,138

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

5.30

84,826

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

11.00

107,375

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

2.93

46,666

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

17.88

79,434

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

7.11

98,234

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

33.37

128,694

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

30.14

69,340

37.

Lakehead District School Board

16.99

113,808

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

6.90

107,724

39.

Limestone District School Board

8.84

88,839

40.

London District Catholic School Board

4.03

64,456

41.

Near North District School Board

13.18

84,144

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

5.84

69,757

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

16.30

70,610

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

18.37

69,785

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

37.37

63,246

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

5.10

120,203

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

5.10

89,709

48.

Peel District School Board

1.19

76,523

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

6.84

66,996

50.

Rainbow District School Board

16.14

122,978

51.

Rainy River District School Board

25.73

88,511

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

13.37

57,990

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

13.00

65,132

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

7.98

140,694

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

8.50

71,122

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

7.16

58,225

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

15.77

74,336

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

27.70

72,165

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

31.61

62,453

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

3.81

137,089

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

16.80

94,256

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1.60

88,127

63.

Toronto District School Board

1.60

121,771

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

6.38

77,552

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

8.80

87,328

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

4.17

72,423

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

4.02

69,027

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

3.81

96,125

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

3.91

51,859

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

4.87

67,630

71.

York Catholic District School Board

0.90

74,269

72.

York Region District School Board

1.16

84,807

 

TABLE 11
remote and rural allocation

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Distance in
kilometres

Column 3
Urban factor

Column 4
Dispersion distance in
kilometres

1.

Algoma District School Board

628

0.802

37.17

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

181

0.687

24.49

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

<151

0.992

14.96

4.

Bluewater District School Board

<151

1.000

21.65

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

<151

0.703

13.90

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

<151

1.000

22.44

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

<151

0.979

23.69

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

<151

0.231

29.83

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

<151

0.338

32.40

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

<151

0.578

41.42

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

<151

0.983

15.97

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

1,255

0.700

188.95

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

654

0.958

49.47

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

<151

0.082

20.45

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

364

0.386

60.34

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

312

0.925

25.21

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

313

0.931

123.84

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

363

0.335

103.50

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

<151

0.174

40.84

20.

District School Board of Niagara

<151

0.724

6.57

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

659

0.956

53.89

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

<151

0.061

4.91

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

<151

0.485

6.94

24.

Durham District School Board

<151

0.513

5.54

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

<151

0.754

10.48

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

<151

0.465

6.82

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

<151

0.323

7.02

28.

Halton District School Board

<151

0.306

5.65

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

<151

0.000

4.73

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

<151

0.000

4.00

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

167

0.926

14.26

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

<151

0.986

20.73

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

627

0.766

65.53

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

<151

0.816

13.94

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1,709

1.000

95.84

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1,709

1.000

83.80

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1,257

0.572

25.19

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

<151

0.712

15.71

39.

Limestone District School Board

165

0.668

11.36

40.

London District Catholic School Board

<151

0.300

10.41

41.

Near North District School Board

313

0.918

25.79

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

<151

0.715

8.40

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

312

0.873

17.74

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

656

0.949

62.25

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1,587

1.000

128.72

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

<151

0.000

5.57

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

<151

0.000

6.38

48.

Peel District School Board

<151

0.047

4.43

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

<151

0.752

16.08

50.

Rainbow District School Board

363

0.349

27.20

51.

Rainy River District School Board

1,584

1.000

49.85

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

<151

1.000

23.28

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

<151

1.000

23.64

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

<151

0.759

11.60

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

<151

0.740

17.76

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

<151

0.675

19.85

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

365

0.228

18.52

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

967

1.000

72.61

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1,038

1.000

90.65

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

<151

0.454

9.03

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1,258

0.524

3.76

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

<151

0.000

4.46

63.

Toronto District School Board

<151

0.000

3.85

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

<151

0.861

26.80

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

<151

0.984

22.15

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

<151

0.754

9.72

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

<151

0.298

6.78

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

<151

0.362

4.66

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

<151

0.536

10.38

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

<151

0.444

7.66

71.

York Catholic District School Board

<151

0.181

7.11

72.

York Region District School Board

<151

0.243

6.28

 

TABLE 12
Rural and Northern Allocation

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Estimated rural
enrolment

Column 3
Rural density
factor

Column 4
Rural density
ratio

1.

Algoma District School Board

3,246

0.87547227

0.34975991

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

4,236

0.92148112

0.36880820

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

11,919

0.44573153

0.77823420

4.

Bluewater District School Board

14,755

0.50486594

0.88325601

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

4,083

0.63032391

0.39921698

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

3,623

0.83397392

0.79090644

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

9,136

0.70039387

0.70273155

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

2,799

1.00000000

0.17293175

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

1,682

1.00000000

0.10685584

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

2,124

1.00000000

0.21514201

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

7,908

0.53732884

0.77889674

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

474

1.00000000

0.55627644

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

3,962

0.98768255

0.70027756

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

3,253

1.00000000

0.13050833

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

3,500

0.97304310

0.54063207

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

1,890

0.98018452

0.70438594

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

1,459

1.00000000

0.68035420

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

1,090

1.00000000

0.41896024

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

994

1.00000000

0.08162217

20.

District School Board of Niagara

7,277

0.00000000

0.22117511

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

4,515

0.97419686

0.69956009

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

2,487

0.60639230

0.03948776

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

902

0.78483965

0.04773403

24.

Durham District School Board

7,210

0.00000000

0.11427657

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

12,899

0.29915762

0.50651721

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

5,961

0.23818707

0.18496263

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

1,473

0.46007126

0.05378128

28.

Halton District School Board

3,462

0.00000000

0.07082391

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

3,142

0.23984558

0.13573477

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

4,574

0.00000000

0.11724134

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

8,364

0.59716110

0.57353435

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

3,482

0.74743385

0.75215047

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1,165

0.99905538

0.27462699

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

14,347

0.45010616

0.44312624

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

3,894

0.77831685

0.89323988

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

897

0.90531284

0.70346796

37.

Lakehead District School Board

2,833

0.76941771

0.33798705

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

10,307

0.47601491

0.49010342

39.

Limestone District School Board

8,355

0.59729761

0.43515065

40.

London District Catholic School Board

3,438

0.79813990

0.16809256

41.

Near North District School Board

5,683

0.88070170

0.59708363

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

3,338

0.45727045

0.18522217

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

1,151

0.99998904

0.44200088

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1,535

1.00000000

0.69540574

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1,205

0.99999983

1.00000000

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

7,590

0.30873979

0.12076949

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

4,585

0.47399132

0.12174072

48.

Peel District School Board

3,902

0.00000000

0.04325676

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

5,286

0.78705149

0.35940187

50.

Rainbow District School Board

5,574

0.85350954

0.43263842

51.

Rainy River District School Board

2,225

0.95589335

1.00000000

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

2,955

0.85439002

0.60645624

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

5,577

0.73785522

0.62680971

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

17,266

0.21543988

0.34061668

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

7,172

0.72253407

0.33346828

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

3,641

0.72906015

0.41951571

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

2,056

0.94832224

0.33951125

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1,261

1.00000000

1.00000000

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

579

1.00000000

1.00000000

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

19,351

0.36080537

0.25362597

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1,579

0.88408826

0.21595436

62.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

14,212

0.59779141

0.85447994

63.

Upper Canada District School Board

19,472

0.51781258

0.75247558

64.

Upper Grand District School Board

13,439

0.29091885

0.39559676

65.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1,636

0.53673324

0.08736803

66.

Waterloo Region District School Board

7,169

0.00000000

0.13964877

67.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1,921

0.70742697

0.24630498

68.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

2,429

0.54290693

0.13359001

69.

York Catholic District School Board

3,817

0.32801886

0.10292265

70.

York Region District School Board

7,849

0.00000000

0.08737200

 

TABLE 13
Learning OPportunities Allocation

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Demographic
component
amount, in
dollars

Column 3
Specialist high
skills major
program amount,
in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

1,176,887

230,025

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

438,056

231,100

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1,903,590

716,150

4.

Bluewater District School Board

1,875,286

593,725

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

653,354

348,075

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

332,246

126,050

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1,791,284

414,700

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

4,128,767

288,700

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

2,408,679

328,075

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

713,988

349,400

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1,611,390

369,075

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

90,228

14,075

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

592,465

301,950

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

4,506,555

750,675

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

526,041

150,375

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

215,529

98,475

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

265,087

107,400

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

511,834

131,700

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

2,655,875

316,200

20.

District School Board of Niagara

3,565,714

1,131,100

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

883,923

247,025

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

14,619,886

1,064,025

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

321,595

499,075

24.

Durham District School Board

3,595,424

1,519,750

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

2,421,585

451,825

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

6,614,133

1,037,325

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

459,618

724,200

28.

Halton District School Board

2,810,242

1,107,875

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

4,474,796

1,071,075

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

14,375,165

1,124,400

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1,513,602

291,650

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

396,243

268,875

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

293,181

55,350

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

2,168,452

726,425

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

574,312

305,775

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

177,083

34,900

37.

Lakehead District School Board

881,586

175,950

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

1,585,385

595,350

39.

Limestone District School Board

2,830,892

461,175

40.

London District Catholic School Board

1,245,893

786,300

41.

Near North District School Board

1,090,448

280,325

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1,036,335

732,675

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

208,476

49,350

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

195,967

23,400

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

158,804

0

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

13,012,723

673,350

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

7,223,737

698,225

48.

Peel District School Board

31,677,017

1,248,000

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

239,855

614,800

50.

Rainbow District School Board

1,307,023

535,325

51.

Rainy River District School Board

374,818

113,125

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

828,780

114,975

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

759,737

590,925

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

1,619,148

774,275

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

361,246

769,375

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

625,959

153,950

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

513,214

341,300

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

281,488

96725

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

75,838

0

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

13,283,581

964,000

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

458,469

184,725

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

42,891,807

1,538,375

63.

Toronto District School Board

136,744,743

2,972,975

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1,766,912

389,500

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

2,520,489

1,146,250

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

1,634,387

1,725,250

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1,177,313

994,475

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

4,023,453

859,600

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

149,404

229,650

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

2,759,097

524,525

71.

York Catholic District School Board

3,359,383

815,275

72.

York Region District School Board

11,453,229

1,989,500

 

TABLE 14
priority urban secondary schools component

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Priority urban secondary schools component amount, in
dollars

1.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

239,283.38

2.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

420,805.75

3.

Greater Essex County District School Board

592,444.02

4.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

567,054.04

5.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

588,407.02

6.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

257,440.93

7.

Peel District School Board

1,103,769.59

8.

Thames Valley District School Board

1,048,425.86

9.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1,119,641.45

10.

Toronto District School Board

3,536,023.23

11.

Waterloo Region District School Board

229,686.21

12.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

297,018.51

 

TABLE 15
prevention and program support component

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Weighted per pupil amount
for programs and supports,
in dollars

Column 3
Weighted per pupil amount
for professional staff
support, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

3.9689

1.8105

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

2.7455

1.252

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

2.0611

0.9389

4.

Bluewater District School Board

2.3783

1.0839

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

2.9577

1.3483

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

2.555

1.1644

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

2.7644

1.2603

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

2.7841

1.2698

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

2.7175

1.2393

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

2.5589

1.1667

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

2.7308

1.2448

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

4.5162

2.0604

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

3.5623

1.6243

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

2.6953

1.2295

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

3.6062

1.6449

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

4.2755

1.9503

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

3.9344

1.7946

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

3.6945

1.685

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

3.1749

1.4481

20.

District School Board of Niagara

2.5778

1.1753

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

3.8654

1.7626

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

2.7813

1.2686

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

2.0705

0.9439

24.

Durham District School Board

2.1085

0.9613

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

2.7589

1.2576

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

2.8704

1.3088

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

1.6464

0.7505

28.

Halton District School Board

1.6583

0.7562

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

3.0074

1.3713

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

3.0074

1.3713

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

3.0159

1.3751

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

2.2012

1.0029

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

4.0429

1.8443

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

2.4863

1.1334

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

4.9822

2.2734

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

5.3986

2.4634

37.

Lakehead District School Board

3.9413

1.7979

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

2.4903

1.1351

39.

Limestone District School Board

2.6361

1.2018

40.

London District Catholic School Board

2.6583

1.2117

41.

Near North District School Board

3.5613

1.6239

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

2.6893

1.226

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

3.9021

1.7799

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

4.0028

1.8255

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

5.3464

2.4396

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

2.6059

1.1888

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

2.6059

1.1888

48.

Peel District School Board

2.7782

1.2673

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

2.4988

1.139

50.

Rainbow District School Board

3.6369

1.6586

51.

Rainy River District School Board

5.4171

2.4723

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

3.6491

1.6641

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

3.3937

1.5478

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

2.512

1.1452

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

2.5746

1.1738

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

2.5713

1.172

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

3.5273

1.6088

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

4.2994

1.9612

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

4.2899

1.9569

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

2.5199

1.1487

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

4.1108

1.8752

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

3.7502

1.711

63.

Toronto District School Board

3.7502

1.711

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

2.4427

1.1134

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

2.717

1.2386

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

2.0491

0.934

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

2.5118

1.1451

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

2.4087

1.098

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

2.1776

0.9924

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

2.8017

1.2775

71.

York Catholic District School Board

1.9162

0.8738

72.

York Region District School Board

2.0212

0.9216

 

TABLE 16
Adult day school/continuing education supplement

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Adult day school/continuing education
supplement amount, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

124,737

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

213,470

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

88,770

4.

Bluewater District School Board

49,568

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

28,959

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

9,678

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

130,656

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

343,572

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

24,777

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

54,648

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

131,921

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

0

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

36,406

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

199,195

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

5,191

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

2,027

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

24,616

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

7,261

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

0

20.

District School Board of Niagara

437,966

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

48,056

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1,363,007

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

388,270

24.

Durham District School Board

552,553

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

302,360

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

147,448

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

322,112

28.

Halton District School Board

566,384

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

570,010

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

460,919

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

87,650

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

0

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

48,403

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

290,562

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

5,259

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

895

37.

Lakehead District School Board

127,799

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

149,020

39.

Limestone District School Board

392,860

40.

London District Catholic School Board

237,741

41.

Near North District School Board

97,549

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

344,686

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

46,036

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

3,041

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

0

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1,087,017

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

708,183

48.

Peel District School Board

1,236,075

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

54,488

50.

Rainbow District School Board

107,112

51.

Rainy River District School Board

0

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

3,498

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

98,008

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

478,040

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

165,341

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

22,603

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

46,160

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

285

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

0

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

915,579

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

8,232

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1,905,192

63.

Toronto District School Board

4,228,025

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

189,337

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

474,602

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

271,743

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

551,279

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

304,601

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

9,510

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

168,934

71.

York Catholic District School Board

352,597

72.

York Region District School Board

1,053,943

 

TABLE 17
elementary school teacher qualification and experience amount

Number of full years of teaching experience

Category D

Category C

Category B

Category
A1/group 1

Category
A2/group 2

Category
A3/group 3

Category
A4/group 4

0

0.5825

0.5825

0.5825

0.6178

0.6478

0.7034

0.7427

1

0.6185

0.6185

0.6185

0.6557

0.6882

0.7487

0.7898

2

0.6562

0.6562

0.6562

0.6958

0.7308

0.796

0.8397

3

0.6941

0.6941

0.6941

0.7359

0.7729

0.8433

0.8897

4

0.7335

0.7335

0.7335

0.7772

0.8165

0.8916

0.9418

5

0.7725

0.7725

0.7725

0.8185

0.86

0.9398

0.9932

6

0.8104

0.8104

0.8104

0.8599

0.9035

0.9881

1.0453

7

0.8502

0.8502

0.8502

0.9013

0.9475

1.0367

1.0973

8

0.8908

0.8908

0.8908

0.9435

0.9919

1.0856

1.15

9

0.9315

0.9315

0.9315

0.9856

1.0356

1.1344

1.2025

10

1.0187

1.0187

1.0187

1.0438

1.0999

1.2166

1.2982

 

TABLE 18
educator qualification and experience amount

Column 1
Number of full years of experience

Column 2
Experience factor for category A employees

0

1.0313

1

1.1104

2

1.1899

3

1.2690

4

1.3486

 

TABLE 19
Crown contribution and stabilization adjustment for benefits trusts amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Crown
contribution
amount, in
dollars

Column 3
Stabilization
adjustment
amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

1,877,068

(379,651)

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

2,087,915

748,375

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

2,652,314

83,135

4.

Bluewater District School Board

2,635,670

(669,220)

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

2,051,036

(33,914)

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

942,386

64,145

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

2,285,911

1,099,526

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

3,436,218

2,912,361

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

3,659,878

1,069,822

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

1,983,347

381,130

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

2,260,230

(548,174)

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

320,718

(154,996)

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

1,435,114

(94,541)

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

5,007,531

279,845

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1,627,812

(1,294,672)

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

733,743

(70,354)

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

622,836

(239,025)

18.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

832,417

37,229

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

3,010,983

49,344

20.

District School Board of Niagara

6,120,159

2,211,847

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

1,351,282

596,492

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

12,525,256

(1,551,340)

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

3,521,819

(1,591,141)

24.

Durham District School Board

10,505,077

4,225,219

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

4,041,418

525,911

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

5,491,911

(1,397,017)

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

5,647,646

(6,903,206)

28.

Halton District School Board

10,339,750

(1,949,781)

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

5,064,032

1,786,532

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

7,675,433

684,055

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

2,533,066

435,801

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

863,177

387,780

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

976,778

61,576

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

5,144,647

(185,473)

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1,187,680

567,084

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

431,347

161,009

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1,639,692

(815,942)

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

3,290,738

1,952,468

39.

Limestone District School Board

2,977,817

647,290

40.

London District Catholic School Board

3,365,555

1,820,966

41.

Near North District School Board

1,824,119

800,884

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

3,335,323

(2,763,760)

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

599,952

468,886

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

498,132

335,872

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

330,369

173,983

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

12,198,211

8,380,662

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

7,780,119

3,629,813

48.

Peel District School Board

22,731,970

(22,285,270)

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

2,544,030

(811,742)

50.

Rainbow District School Board

2,384,382

1,264,676

51.

Rainy River District School Board

699,065

(84,960)

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

875,570

707,064

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

1,809,053

1,348,245

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

7,933,007

1,752,061

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

3,757,026

(785,991)

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1,522,177

741,558

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1,190,764

80,445

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

512,092

(390,415)

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

289,645

56,499

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

12,487,183

2,265,001

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1,458,126

965,828

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

15,764,720

(4,379,763)

63.

Toronto District School Board

36,558,712

8,710,249

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

2,774,096

783,916

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

4,343,227

(572,027)

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

5,208,678

755,359

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

4,287,719

1,884,183

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

10,708,044

(1,675,170)

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1,474,608

215,570

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

3,033,590

(530,453)

71.

York Catholic District School Board

8,276,667

(4,413,869)

72.

York Region District School Board

19,110,111

(571,096)

 

TABLE 20
Public sector compensation restraint amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Public sector compensation
restraint factor

1.

Algoma District School Board

69.10

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

53.30

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

48.70

4.

Bluewater District School Board

51.60

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

41.50

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

15.50

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

61.36

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

61.50

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

58.60

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

32.40

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

68.70

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

14.80

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

20.00

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

101.90

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

40.80

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

26.50

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

2.00

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

21.00

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

48.50

20.

District School Board of Niagara

75.00

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

33.20

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

232.71

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

32.00

24.

Durham District School Board

257.90

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

49.00

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

80.40

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

86.80

28.

Halton District School Board

164.30

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

102.18

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

109.00

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

84.50

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

17.00

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

54.70

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

99.50

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

44.60

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

63.60

37.

Lakehead District School Board

57.40

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

64.00

39.

Limestone District School Board

55.70

40.

London District Catholic School Board

69.00

41.

Near North District School Board

39.00

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

40.00

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

21.90

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

10.11

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

10.20

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

172.00

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

143.30

48.

Peel District School Board

307.80

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

42.00

50.

Rainbow District School Board

45.00

51.

Rainy River District School Board

23.80

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

17.50

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

34.30

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

181.40

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

108.25

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

38.50

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

21.30

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

12.00

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

7.50

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

190.00

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

31.50

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

247.90

63.

Toronto District School Board

585.10

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

50.50

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

95.00

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

58.00

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

68.57

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

79.50

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

38.90

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

55.00

71.

York Catholic District School Board

314.90

72.

York Region District School Board

400.40

 

TABLE 21
Conditional supports for extending eligibility for maternity leave, sick leave and short-term sick leave and disability plans amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Maternity
leave amount,
in dollars

Column 3
Sick leave and
short-term sick
leave and disability
plans amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

136,986

14,116

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

143,259

16,749

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

197,816

23,353

4.

Bluewater District School Board

206,278

24,646

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

124,302

14,406

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

47,742

5,221

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

173,040

20,131

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

154,214

20,776

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

190,904

23,903

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

106,444

14,461

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

149,408

16,834

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

14,390

1,183

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

103,703

10,173

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

261,346

34,171

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

110,059

11,179

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

48,071

4,550

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

31,611

3,087

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

45,642

3,662

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

122,393

15,705

20.

District School Board of Niagara

450,579

53,690

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

104,899

10,739

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1,045,889

126,232

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

276,469

32,926

24.

Durham District School Board

822,405

100,188

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

317,940

38,454

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

437,056

53,046

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

353,405

44,611

28.

Halton District School Board

636,044

86,503

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

358,672

43,027

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

623,851

76,002

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

201,252

22,695

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

56,005

6,555

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

69,753

7,141

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

408,287

47,923

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

73,908

6,710

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

23,198

2,175

37.

Lakehead District School Board

127,078

13,773

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

283,717

32,811

39.

Limestone District School Board

249,134

29,806

40.

London District Catholic School Board

239,398

28,909

41.

Near North District School Board

141,789

14,822

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

284,130

33,922

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

44,810

4,319

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

36,605

3,533

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

16,539

2,002

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

853,974

107,788

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

501,485

57,712

48.

Peel District School Board

1,761,705

233,047

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

176,307

20,544

50.

Rainbow District School Board

187,094

19,367

51.

Rainy River District School Board

38,301

3,521

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

57,148

6,882

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

114,629

13,501

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

612,546

74,040

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

265,584

29,794

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

107,678

13,468

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

82,106

9,057

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

28,608

2,130

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

13,410

1,114

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

911,184

109,592

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

107,941

11,670

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1,125,359

146,162

63.

Toronto District School Board

3,170,168

400,693

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

210,444

24,556

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

342,883

40,753

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

385,057

47,956

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

264,717

32,311

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

717,467

89,890

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

99,260

11,984

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

279,700

33,472

71.

York Catholic District School Board

661,224

82,043

72.

York Region District School Board

1,386,970

176,134

 

TABLE 22
Teacher job protection Amount — Eligible Attrition

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Eligible attrition - full-time equivalent number
of elementary teachers

Column 3
Eligible attrition - full-time
equivalent number of
secondary teachers

1.

Algoma District School Board

12

13

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

26

7.5

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

16

15.3

4.

Bluewater District School Board

37

6

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

8.2

3.7

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

4

3

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

0

0

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

55

16

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

0

0

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

11

0

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

9

4

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

0

0

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

9

6

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

15

12

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

11

5

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

19.1

2

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

3

6

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

3

8

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

19

6.5

20.

District School Board of Niagara

31

31

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

9.5

6

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

136

114

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

17

13

24.

Durham District School Board

103

56.2

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

0

0

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

22.5

13

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

48

24

28.

Halton District School Board

125

36

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

0

0

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

53

37

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

23

14

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

6.5

8.5

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

9

1

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

26

38

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

14

12

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1

1

37.

Lakehead District School Board

12

9

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

69.5

46.5

39.

Limestone District School Board

41.5

10.4

40.

London District Catholic School Board

23.7

4.7

41.

Near North District School Board

14

6.5

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

19

6

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

2

3

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1

-1

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

10.5

0

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

170.7

85.9

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

32

45.3

48.

Peel District School Board

167.4

54

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

18

10

50.

Rainbow District School Board

23

14

51.

Rainy River District School Board

8

4.7

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

4.1

3.6

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

12

7

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

62.4

10.2

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

32.5

13.8

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

11.8

1

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

4

4.7

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

0

0

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1

0

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

0

0

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

7

2

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

130

95

63.

Toronto District School Board

0

272

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

33.2

22

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

8.9

10.3

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

67.9

0

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

21.5

7.3

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

122.5

30.2

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

13.5

5

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

23

14

71.

York Catholic District School Board

103

43

72.

York Region District School Board

92

100

 

Table 23
supports for students allocation

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Supports for students, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

1,350,843

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1,349,889

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1,696,874

4.

Bluewater District School Board

1,836,288

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1,130,786

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

541,795

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1,553,066

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

1,735,134

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

1,897,219

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

1,270,922

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1,320,436

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

258,232

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

999,637

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

2,491,569

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1,092,364

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

491,406

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

484,391

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

525,327

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

1,477,337

20.

District School Board of Niagara

3,743,015

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

1,103,528

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

8,135,330

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

2,051,962

24.

Durham District School Board

6,893,709

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

2,816,038

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

3,725,922

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

3,161,196

28.

Halton District School Board

5,957,781

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

2,971,757

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

5,025,101

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1,728,114

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

575,141

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

761,978

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

3,393,871

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

941,813

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

294,789

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1,139,992

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

2,372,588

39.

Limestone District School Board

2,120,616

40.

London District Catholic School Board

1,976,000

41.

Near North District School Board

1,328,893

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

2,312,331

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

385,938

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

377,942

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

268,375

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

6,871,859

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

4,166,674

48.

Peel District School Board

14,768,173

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

1,650,813

50.

Rainbow District School Board

1,638,230

51.

Rainy River District School Board

465,898

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

628,125

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

1,199,253

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

5,476,128

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

2,393,480

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1,041,772

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

763,893

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

277,276

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

154,738

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

7,565,985

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

960,732

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

9,062,055

63.

Toronto District School Board

23,923,094

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1,906,203

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

3,082,317

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

3,365,048

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

2,128,858

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

6,099,255

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

888,594

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

2,051,485

71.

York Catholic District School Board

5,268,773

72.

York Region District School Board

11,588,371

 

TABLE 24
school bus rider safety training amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
School bus rider safety
training sessions, junior
kindergarten to grade 8

1.

Algoma District School Board

32

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

34

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

38

4.

Bluewater District School Board

44

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

30

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

12

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

36

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

41

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

56

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

28

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

32

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

6

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

25

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

62

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

25

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

11

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

9

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

13

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

50

20.

District School Board of Niagara

88

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

24

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

148

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

48

24.

Durham District School Board

154

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

64

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

74

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

67

28.

Halton District School Board

133

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

60

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

111

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

40

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

16

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

15

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

86

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

17

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

4

37.

Lakehead District School Board

26

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

56

39.

Limestone District School Board

53

40.

London District Catholic School Board

48

41.

Near North District School Board

32

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

55

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

11

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

11

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

5

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

158

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

97

48.

Peel District School Board

316

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

37

50.

Rainbow District School Board

37

51.

Rainy River District School Board

11

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

19

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

23

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

117

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

52

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

24

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

14

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

9

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

7

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

177

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

20

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

204

63.

Toronto District School Board

546

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

41

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

71

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

82

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

53

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

135

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

20

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

43

71.

York Catholic District School Board

103

72.

York Region District School Board

259

 

Table 25
INTERNAL AUDITS

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Revenue share

1.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

0.0733

2.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

0.1094

3.

Simcoe County District School Board

0.1173

4.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

0.0344

5.

Thames Valley District School Board

0.1149

6.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

0.0193

7.

Waterloo Region District School Board

0.1695

8.

York Catholic District School Board

0.3618

 

TABLE 26
Stabilization Amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Stabilization amount, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

30,425

2.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

7,455

3.

District School Board Ontario North East

9,085

4.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

28,223

5.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

11,273

6.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

97,800

7.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

166,192

8.

Rainbow District School Board

13,757

9.

Renfrew County District School Board

44,115

10.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

148,336

 

TABLE 27
Executive Compensation Amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Executive compensation
amount, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

48,801.30

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

59,005.60

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

69,868.95

4.

Bluewater District School Board

46,707.50

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

27,575.03

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

36,661.85

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

48,446.45

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

67,504.95

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

67,702.10

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

61,332.33

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

58,550.20

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

34,983.15

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

59,604.80

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

84,569.40

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

40,121.25

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

56,058.85

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

41,570.75

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

22,001.50

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

71,996.00

20.

District School Board of Niagara

99,845.80

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

39,521.30

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

157,041.55

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

87,132.30

24.

Durham District School Board

126,033.40

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

63,116.45

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

82,973.07

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

49,647.44

28.

Halton District School Board

120,496.55

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

91,015.00

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

100,612.90

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

48,103.20

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

32,274.20

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

39,687.50

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

75,453.00

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

39,097.00

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

29,571.15

37.

Lakehead District School Board

32,875.00

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

65,863.15

39.

Limestone District School Board

45,714.95

40.

London District Catholic School Board

57,799.00

41.

Near North District School Board

0

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

59,382.75

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

28,203.00

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

21,493.45

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

30,156.20

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

108,464.65

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

102,142.15

48.

Peel District School Board

254,000.09

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

53,542.65

50.

Rainbow District School Board

47,759.30

51.

Rainy River District School Board

31,499.80

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

39,029.00

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

46,517.75

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

92,051.45

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

66,916.55

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

44,450.00

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

43,933.05

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

28,095.95

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

27,925.00

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

139,754.40

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

39,352.74

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

203,342.90

63.

Toronto District School Board

448,043.90

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

70,423.30

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

75,258.95

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

87,945.50

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

74,912.30

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

123,115.10

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

58,576.32

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

72,027.90

71.

York Catholic District School Board

110,613.20

72.

York Region District School Board

201,420.74

 

TABLE 28
Debt Charges Allocation

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Outstanding principal that is non-permanently financed as at August 31, 2001, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

0

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

10,286,245

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

2,908,191

4.

Bluewater District School Board

10,584,205

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1,965,017

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

0

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

5,138,565

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

2,823,908

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

14,404,135

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

13,125,508

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1,003,420

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

0

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

391,453

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

11,237,346

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

629,797

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

1,416,482

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

1,561,697

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

0

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

7,652,471

20.

District School Board of Niagara

9,176,721

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

3,902,251

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

45,225,666

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

0

24.

Durham District School Board

0

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

3,520,453

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

23,888,134

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

635,900

28.

Halton District School Board

7,293,741

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

14,110,520

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

16,675,861

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

0

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1,823,717

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

0

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

15,044,574

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

9,353,273

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

0

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1,329,751

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

9,995,260

39.

Limestone District School Board

6,139,800

40.

London District Catholic School Board

5,331,454

41.

Near North District School Board

5,277,832

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1,576,995

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

0

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

0

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

0

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

33,867,011

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

4,537,537

48.

Peel District School Board

13,896,303

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

0

50.

Rainbow District School Board

0

51.

Rainy River District School Board

13,256,444

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

8,891,329

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

3,361,213

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

27,129,972

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

5,411,046

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

2,663,378

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

185,141

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1,718,287

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

0

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

107,065,578

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

7,004,084

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

50,530,667

63.

Toronto District School Board

275,146,340

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

7,875,676

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

0

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

11,377,073

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

5,341,898

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

1,407,664

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

0

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

21,647,385

71.

York Catholic District School Board

3,007,847

72.

York Region District School Board

11,433,816

 

TABLE 29
SUPPLEMENTARY AREA FACTOR — after class-size changes

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Supplementary
elementary school area
factor

Column 3
Supplementary
secondary school
area factor

1.

Algoma District School Board

1.000

1.193

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1.050

1.040

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1.000

1.121

4.

Bluewater District School Board

1.000

1.066

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.057

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

1.006

1.087

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1.007

1.022

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

1.046

1.197

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

1.018

1.352

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

1.000

1.256

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1.000

1.013

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

1.000

1.685

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

1.012

1.119

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario

1.023

1.129

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1.000

1.082

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

1.100

1.111

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

1.030

1.146

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

1.000

1.173

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

1.026

1.291

20.

District School Board of Niagara

1.000

1.097

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

1.000

1.263

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.013

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

1.048

1.000

24.

Durham District School Board

1.017

1.068

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

1.000

1.099

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

1.000

1.024

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.028

28.

Halton District School Board

1.000

1.045

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.078

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

1.009

1.032

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1.000

1.131

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.012

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.104

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1.000

1.123

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1.000

1.069

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.000

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1.047

1.027

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

1.000

1.095

39.

Limestone District School Board

1.000

1.245

40.

London District Catholic School Board

1.000

1.040

41.

Near North District School Board

1.000

1.120

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.044

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

1.101

1.078

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1.014

1.629

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.000

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1.073

1.131

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

1.066

1.040

48.

Peel District School Board

1.000

1.021

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

1.009

1.084

50.

Rainbow District School Board

1.000

1.164

51.

Rainy River District School Board

1.000

1.044

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

1.095

1.030

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

1.000

1.186

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

1.006

1.048

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.062

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1.002

1.000

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1.004

1.106

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1.023

1.209

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1.123

1.000

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

1.000

1.092

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.109

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.072

63.

Toronto District School Board

1.155

1.174

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1.000

1.020

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

1.000

1.192

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

1.000

1.038

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.066

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

1.000

1.030

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.002

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.097

71.

York Catholic District School Board

1.003

1.031

72.

York Region District School Board

1.000

1.064

 

TABLE 30
SUPPLEMENTARY AREA FACTOR — Before Class-Size Changes

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Supplementary
elementary school area factor

Column 3
Supplementary
secondary school and
continuing education
area factor

1.

Algoma District School Board

1.000

1.230

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1.063

1.101

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1.000

1.181

4.

Bluewater District School Board

1.000

1.109

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.114

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

1.015

1.134

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1.000

1.054

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

1.114

1.313

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

1.012

1.415

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

1.000

1.330

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1.000

1.032

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

1.000

1.767

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

1.000

1.202

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

1.000

1.201

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1.000

1.204

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

1.069

1.150

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

1.000

1.364

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

1.000

1.288

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

1.061

1.343

20.

District School Board of Niagara

1.000

1.146

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

1.000

1.315

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.032

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

1.037

1.000

24.

Durham District School Board

1.027

1.126

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

1.000

1.154

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

1.000

1.059

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.069

28.

Halton District School Board

1.000

1.113

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.127

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

1.000

1.080

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1.000

1.177

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.030

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.260

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1.000

1.152

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1.000

1.122

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.000

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1.047

1.067

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

1.000

1.164

39.

Limestone District School Board

1.000

1.305

40.

London District Catholic School Board

1.000

1.095

41.

Near North District School Board

1.000

1.188

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.110

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

1.073

1.139

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.717

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.000

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1.099

1.177

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

1.067

1.101

48.

Peel District School Board

1.000

1.053

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

1.023

1.119

50.

Rainbow District School Board

1.000

1.202

51.

Rainy River District School Board

1.000

1.073

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.074

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

1.000

1.243

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

1.003

1.119

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.114

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.000

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1.011

1.156

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1.039

1.286

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1.123

1.000

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

1.000

1.143

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.169

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.164

63.

Toronto District School Board

1.158

1.250

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1.000

1.051

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

1.000

1.296

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

1.000

1.095

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.119

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

1.000

1.076

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.005

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.087

71.

York Catholic District School Board

1.000

1.071

72.

York Region District School Board

1.000

1.107

 

TABLE 31
community use of schools Amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Community use of
schools amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

177,657

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

163,680

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

255,543

4.

Bluewater District School Board

263,507

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

149,418

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

66,018

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

188,667

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

261,199

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

259,744

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

161,479

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

196,669

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

22,868

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

123,755

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

359,313

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

119,522

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

63,279

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

51,489

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

77,027

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

226,936

20.

District School Board of Niagara

516,020

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

161,470

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1,031,596

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

294,598

24.

Durham District School Board

992,725

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

360,130

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

481,702

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

490,341

28.

Halton District School Board

874,879

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

410,156

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

648,627

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

244,162

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

65,516

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

67,228

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

457,289

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

99,771

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

16,754

37.

Lakehead District School Board

121,663

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

314,710

39.

Limestone District School Board

309,583

40.

London District Catholic School Board

300,986

41.

Near North District School Board

169,831

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

274,517

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

51,382

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

41,888

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

20,664

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1,063,885

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

634,479

48.

Peel District School Board

2,023,234

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

206,311

50.

Rainbow District School Board

207,872

51.

Rainy River District School Board

50,990

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

74,514

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

170,556

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

708,282

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

307,564

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

124,589

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

92,866

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

61,742

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

25,816

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

1,094,191

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

96,436

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1,211,801

63.

Toronto District School Board

3,682,643

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

266,749

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

437,188

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

474,903

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

326,422

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

853,711

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

104,993

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

282,325

71.

York Catholic District School Board

695,404

72.

York Region District School Board

1,691,462

 

TABLE 32
NON-Instructional Space

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Non-instructional space in isolate boards merged with and
continued as district school boards on September 1, 2009
amount, in dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

0

2.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

0

3.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

14,000

4.

Lakehead District School Board

12,000

5.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

16,000

6.

Rainbow District School Board

0

 

TABLE 33
increasing capital planning capacity amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Increasing capital planning capacity amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

150,111

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

38,514

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

122,173

4.

Bluewater District School Board

163,370

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

122,173

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

32,095

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

122,173

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

122,173

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

46,217

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

94,234

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

178,050

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

32,095

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

178,050

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

135,432

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

150,111

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

32,095

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

32,095

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

111,123

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

46,217

20.

District School Board of Niagara

207,330

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

150,111

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

207,330

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

38,514

24.

Durham District School Board

55,525

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

163,370

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

163,370

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

46,217

28.

Halton District School Board

55,525

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

46,217

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

179,392

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

150,111

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

32,095

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

111,123

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

163,370

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

111,123

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

83,185

37.

Lakehead District School Board

150,111

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

163,370

39.

Limestone District School Board

135,432

40.

London District Catholic School Board

135,432

41.

Near North District School Board

150,111

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

46,217

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

83,185

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

111,123

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

32,095

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

235,269

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

163,370

48.

Peel District School Board

80,238

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

38,514

50.

Rainbow District School Board

150,111

51.

Rainy River District School Board

83,185

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

111,123

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

122,173

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

55,525

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

46,217

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

38,514

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

32,095

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

111,123

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

32,095

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

198,728

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

83,185

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

310,483

63.

Toronto District School Board

361,309

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

163,370

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

235,269

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

46,217

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

38,514

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

55,525

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

32,095

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

122,173

71.

York Catholic District School Board

207,330

72.

York Region District School Board

66,758

 

TABLE 34
GEographic Adjustment Factor

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Geographic adjustment
factor

1.

Algoma District School Board

1.32

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1.06

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1.05

4.

Bluewater District School Board

1.05

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1.03

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

1.05

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1.05

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

1.04

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

1.02

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

1.04

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1.04

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

1.48

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

1.55

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

1.03

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1.26

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

1.20

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

1.40

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

1.26

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

1.02

20.

District School Board of Niagara

1.03

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

1.54

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1.00

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

1.00

24.

Durham District School Board

1.00

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

1.03

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

1.05

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

1.02

28.

Halton District School Board

1.02

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

1.02

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

1.02

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1.07

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1.05

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1.30

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1.04

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1.64

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1.62

37.

Lakehead District School Board

1.35

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

1.05

39.

Limestone District School Board

1.06

40.

London District Catholic School Board

1.01

41.

Near North District School Board

1.18

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1.03

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

1.18

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1.55

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1.62

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1.03

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

1.03

48.

Peel District School Board

1.00

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

1.04

50.

Rainbow District School Board

1.20

51.

Rainy River District School Board

1.62

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

1.10

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

1.12

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

1.04

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

1.04

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1.05

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1.17

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1.57

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1.58

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

1.02

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1.30

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1.03

63.

Toronto District School Board

1.03

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1.10

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

1.05

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

1.02

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1.00

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

1.00

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1.01

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

1.05

71.

York Catholic District School Board

1.00

72.

York Region District School Board

1.00

 

TABLE 35
School Renewal Allocation

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
Percentage of the
total elementary
school area that
relates to
buildings that are
less than 20 years
old

Column 3
Percentage of
the total
elementary
school area that
relates to
buildings that
are 20 years old
or older

Column 4
Percentage of the
total secondary
school area that
relates to
buildings that are
less than 20 years
old

Column 5
Percentage of the
total secondary
school area that
relates to buildings
that are 20 years
old or older

1.

Algoma District School Board

13.36

86.64

18.44

81.56

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

11.21

88.79

17.58

82.42

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

8.21

91.79

0.00

100.00

4.

Bluewater District School Board

15.41

84.59

23.26

76.74

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

36.48

63.52

30.63

69.37

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

0.00

100.00

0.00

100.00

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

30.03

69.97

70.42

29.58

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

49.76

50.24

49.33

50.67

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

14.68

85.32

77.03

22.97

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

42.27

57.73

22.47

77.53

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

24.32

75.68

8.54

91.46

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

6.61

93.39

100.00

0.00

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

0.00

100.00

18.06

81.94

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

48.61

51.39

33.29

66.71

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

4.99

95.01

29.39

70.61

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

43.44

56.56

54.35

45.65

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

62.99

37.01

84.79

15.21

18.

Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

32.23

67.77

16.98

83.02

19.

Conseil scolaire Viamonde

14.10

85.90

42.42

57.58

20.

District School Board of Niagara

7.33

92.67

0.00

100.00

21.

District School Board Ontario North East

22.13

77.87

11.06

88.94

22.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

50.03

49.97

53.14

46.86

23.

Durham Catholic District School Board

40.83

59.17

32.57

67.43

24.

Durham District School Board

44.21

55.79

19.25

80.75

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

7.97

92.03

0.00

100.00

26.

Greater Essex County District School Board

20.54

79.46

3.08

96.92

27.

Halton Catholic District School Board

51.15

48.85

58.19

41.81

28.

Halton District School Board

36.47

63.53

16.37

83.63

29.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

33.45

66.55

40.96

59.04

30.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

27.53

72.47

14.90

85.10

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

8.83

91.17

0.00

100.00

32.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

12.13

87.87

100.00

0.00

33.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

13.20

86.80

0.00

100.00

34.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

26.77

73.23

6.75

93.25

35.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

39.72

60.28

32.11

67.89

36.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

49.52

50.48

100.00

0.00

37.

Lakehead District School Board

14.25

85.75

21.70

78.30

38.

Lambton Kent District School Board

5.38

94.62

0.00

100.00

39.

Limestone District School Board

13.12

86.88

0.00

100.00

40.

London District Catholic School Board

15.00

85.00

50.85

49.15

41.

Near North District School Board

12.80

87.20

7.97

92.03

42.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

16.14

83.86

23.23

76.77

43.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

22.48

77.52

0.00

100.00

44.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

0.00

100.00

0.00

100.00

45.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

0.00

100.00

0.00

0.00

46.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

18.57

81.43

7.26

92.74

47.

Ottawa Catholic District School Board

23.90

76.10

32.68

67.32

48.

Peel District School Board

49.99

50.01

29.09

70.91

49.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

27.66

72.34

81.26

18.74

50.

Rainbow District School Board

15.48

84.52

0.00

100.00

51.

Rainy River District School Board

41.51

58.49

0.00

100.00

52.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

7.77

92.23

0.00

100.00

53.

Renfrew County District School Board

15.99

84.01

8.07

91.93

54.

Simcoe County District School Board

32.55

67.45

19.90

80.10

55.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

47.75

52.25

79.93

20.07

56.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

18.00

82.00

42.82

57.18

57.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

13.10

86.90

22.31

77.69

58.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

7.18

92.82

16.83

83.17

59.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

19.66

80.34

0.00

0.00

60.

Thames Valley District School Board

9.00

91.00

3.92

96.08

61.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

13.63

86.37

0.00

100.00

62.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

13.71

86.29

23.17

76.83

63.

Toronto District School Board

5.05

94.95

2.84

97.16

64.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

3.17

96.83

16.53

83.47

65.

Upper Canada District School Board

16.47

83.53

12.90

87.10

66.

Upper Grand District School Board

34.09

65.91

27.65

72.35

67.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

26.53

73.47

45.06

54.94

68.

Waterloo Region District School Board

27.68

72.32

12.48

87.52

69.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

48.63

51.37

34.66

65.34

70.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

19.04

80.96

27.50

72.50

71.

York Catholic District School Board

49.58

50.42

44.16

55.84

72.

York Region District School Board

55.60

44.40

42.00

58.00

 

TABLE 36
School Renewal Enhancement Amount

Item

Column 1
Name of Board

Column 2
School renewal
enhancement amount, in
dollars

1.

Algoma District School Board

610,342

2.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

316,877

3.

Avon Maitland District School Board

613,151

4.

Bluewater District School Board

569,744

5.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board

200,000

6.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

200,000

7.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

206,455

8.

Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario

224,712

9.

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

230,648

10.

Conseil scolaire catholique Providence

210,185

11.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

688,004

12.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

200,000

13.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

642,303

14.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

654,625

15.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

298,186

16.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

278,201

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

200,000