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O. Reg. 214/99: STUDENT FOCUSED FUNDING - LEGISLATIVE GRANTS FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD 1999-2000 FISCAL YEAR

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

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ONTARIO REGULATION 214/99

Amended to O. Reg. 224/04

STUDENT FOCUSED FUNDING — LEGISLATIVE GRANTS FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD 1999-2000 FISCAL YEAR

Historical version for the period August 13, 2004 to June 26, 2005.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

   

Sections

PART I

GENERAL

 
 

Interpretation

1-4

 

General

5-9

PART II

GRANTS TO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS

 
 

Grant Entitlement

10-11

 

1999-2000 Tax Revenue of a District School Board

12

 

Foundation Allocation

13

 

Special Education Allocation

14-20

 

Language Allocation — English-language District School Boards

21-24

 

Language Allocation — French-language District School Boards

25-28

 

Small Schools Allocation

29

 

Remote and Rural Allocation

30

 

Learning Opportunities Allocation

31

 

Summer School Remedial Allocation

32

 

Adult Education, Continuing Education and Summer School Allocation

33

 

Teacher Compensation Allocation

34

 

Early Learning Allocation

35

 

Transportation Allocation

36

 

Administration and Governance Allocation

37

 

Pupil Accommodation Allocation

38

 

Debt Charges Allocation

39

 

Phase-in Funding

40-47

 

Stable Funding Guarantee

48

 

Grants for Certain Capital Projects

49

 

Mould-Related Expenditures

49.1

 

Enveloping

50-54

PART III

GRANTS TO SCHOOL AUTHORITIES

 
 

Grants to Isolate Boards

55

 

Grants to Section 68 Boards

56

PART IV

PAYMENTS TO GOVERNING AUTHORITIES

57-60

Table 1

ESL/ESD grant

 

Table 2

Assimilation factors for ALF funding

 

Table 3

Distance and urban factors for remote and rural allocations

 

Table 4

Learning opportunities

 

Table 5

Teacher compensation

 

Table 6

Geographic adjustment factors for new pupil places

 

Table 7

Pupil accommodation grant & grants for new pupil places — outstanding capital commitments

 

Table 8

Classroom expenditure percentages

 

Table 9

Mould-related expenditures

 

PART I
GENERAL

Interpretation

1. In this Regulation,

“1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation” means Ontario Regulation 213/99; (“règlement sur l’effectif quotidien moyen de 1999-2000”)

“1999-2000 fees regulation” means Ontario Regulation 215/99; (“règlement sur les droits de 1999-2000”)

“1999-2000 fiscal year” means the fiscal year from September 1, 1999 to August 31, 2000; (“exercice 1999-2000”)

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

“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, including a fixture of a school building, and an addition, alteration, renovation or major repair to a school building or a fixture of a school building,

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

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

(e) a water supply or electrical power supply on school property or the means of conveying water or electrical power to school property from outside the property; (“immobilisation”)

“cycle” has the same meaning as in the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation; (“horaire”)

“designated board associated with an old board” means the district school board that is listed in Column 2 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 460/97, opposite the old board listed in Column 1 of that Schedule; (“conseil désigné rattaché à un ancien conseil”)

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

“ESD” stands for English skills development; (“ESD”)

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

“full-time pupil” has the same meaning as in the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation; (“élève à temps plein”)

“half-time pupil” has the same meaning as in the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation; (“élève à mi-temps”)

“independent study course” has the same meaning as in the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation; (“cours d’études personnelles”)

“ISA” stands for intensive support amount; (“AAS”)

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

“Metropolitan Toronto area board” means,

(a) The Board of Education for the Borough of East York,

(b) The Board of Education for the City of Etobicoke,

(c) The Board of Education for the City of North York,

(d) The Board of Education for the City of Scarborough,

(e) The Board of Education for the City of Toronto, and

(f) The Board of Education for the City of York; (“conseil de secteur de la communauté urbaine de Toronto”)

“old board” does not include the Metropolitan Toronto area boards or The Metropolitan Toronto French-Language School Council; (“ancien conseil”)

“part-time pupil” has the same meaning as in the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation; (“élève à temps partiel”)

“PDF” stands for perfectionnement du français; (“PDF”)

“secondary school pupil” means a pupil who is enrolled in any of grades nine to twelve or in a course leading to an OAC credit; (“élève du secondaire”)

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

“supported board associated with an old board” means the district school board that is listed in Column 3 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 460/97, opposite the old board listed in Column 1 of that Schedule; (“conseil secondé rattaché à un ancien conseil”)

“unextended old board” means an old board to which subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regulation 78/97 applied as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 222/04 made under the Act. (“ancien conseil non parachevé”) O. Reg. 214/99, s. 1; O. Reg. 224/04, s. 1.

2. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (5), for the purposes of this Regulation, a pupil is a pupil of a board if he or she is enrolled in a school operated by the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 2 (1).

(2) A pupil who receives instruction in an education program provided by a board in a facility described or mentioned in subsection 19 (2) is not a pupil enrolled in a school operated by the board for the purposes of subsection (1). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 2 (2).

(3) Subsection (4) applies where,

(a) the area of jurisdiction of a separate district school board includes all or part of the area that was, immediately before January 1, 1998, the area of jurisdiction of an unextended old board;

(b) the separate district school board does not operate a secondary school in the area that was, immediately before January 1, 1998, the area of jurisdiction of the unextended old board; and

(c) the separate district school board has entered into a purchase of services agreement with a public board to provide instruction, in schools located in the area that was, immediately before January 1, 1998, the area of jurisdiction of the unextended old board, to secondary school pupils who are qualified to be resident pupils of the separate board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 2 (3).

(4) For the purposes of this Regulation, pupils receiving instruction under an agreement referred to in clause (3) (c) are pupils of the separate district school board and are not pupils of the public board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 2 (4).

(5) For the purposes of this Regulation, the following are not pupils of a board even if they are enrolled in a school of the board:

1. A pupil who is a registered Indian residing on a reserve within the meaning of the Indian Act (Canada).

2. A pupil who is liable to pay fees as specified in subsection 49 (6) of the Education Act because he or she is a visitor within the meaning of the Immigration Act (Canada) or is in possession of a student authorization issued under that Act.

3. A pupil in respect of whom the board may charge a fee under section 5 of the 1999-2000 fees regulation. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 2 (5).

3. (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of a board is the day school average daily enrolment for the board determined under section 2 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, counting only pupils of the board, excluding secondary school pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 3 (1).

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of a board is the day school average daily enrolment for the board determined under section 2 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, counting only the elementary school pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 3 (2).

(3) For the purposes of this Regulation, the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of a board is the day school average daily enrolment for the board determined under section 2 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, counting only secondary school pupils of the board and excluding secondary school pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 3 (3).

(4) For the purposes of this Regulation, the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for a board as of October 31, 1999 is the sum of,

(a) the number of full-time pupils of the board enrolled on October 31, 1999, excluding secondary school pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999;

(b) 0.5 times the number of half-time pupils of the board enrolled on October 31, 1999, excluding secondary school pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999; and

(c) the quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time pupil of the board enrolled on October 31, 1999, other than secondary school pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes October 31, 1999, in a course other than an independent study course, and dividing the sum of the numbers so determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in the cycle. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 3 (4).

(5) Where this Regulation requires that pupils be counted but does not provide that the count shall be on the basis of average daily enrolment or on the basis of full-time equivalent enrolment, each pupil, whether full-time, half-time or part-time, shall be counted as one. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 3 (5).

4. (1) A count of pupils for the purposes of this Regulation on the basis of average daily enrolment or on the basis of full-time equivalent enrolment shall be accurate to two decimal places. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 4 (1).

(2) A count of teachers for the purposes of this Regulation on the basis of full-time equivalence shall be accurate to one decimal place. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 4 (2).

General

5. (1) The legislative grant payable for the 1999-2000 fiscal year to a district school board is the amount calculated under Part II. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 5 (1).

(2) The legislative grant payable for the 1999-2000 fiscal year to an isolate board is the amount calculated under Part III. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 5 (2).

(3) The legislative grant payable for the 1999-2000 fiscal year to a section 68 board is the amount calculated under Part III. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 5 (3).

6. Except as otherwise provided in section 49, a legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid on an estimated basis during the 1999-2000 fiscal year and such adjustments as may be necessary shall be made after the actual financial, enrolment and other data are available. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 6.

7. (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. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 7 (1).

(2) Where 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 until the board takes the steps necessary to correct the situation. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 7 (2).

8. (1) Where the amount payable to an old board under a legislative grant regulation was overpaid, the overpayment shall be deducted from the grants payable under this Regulation to the designated board associated with the old board and to the supported board associated with the old board, in accordance with the appropriate distribution ratios as determined under the directives published in September, 1997 by the Education Improvement Commission and titled “Directives for the Distribution of Assets and Liabilities Among District School Boards”. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 8 (1).

(2) Where the amount payable to a board under a legislative grant regulation was overpaid, the overpayment shall be deducted from the grants payable under this Regulation to the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 8 (2).

9. (1) Where the amount payable to an old board under a legislative grant regulation was underpaid, the underpayment shall be added to the grants payable under this Regulation to the designated board associated with the old board and to the supported board associated with the old board, in accordance with the appropriate distribution ratios as determined under the directives published in September, 1997 by the Education Improvement Commission and titled “Directives for the Distribution of Assets and Liabilities Among District School Boards”. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 9 (1).

(2) Where the amount payable to a board under a legislative grant regulation was underpaid, the underpayment shall be added to the grants payable under this Regulation to the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 9 (2).

PART II
GRANTS TO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS

Grant Entitlement

10. (1) For the purposes of this Part, the following are types of allocations:

1. Foundation allocation.

2. Special education allocation.

3. Language allocation.

4. Small schools allocation.

5. Remote and rural allocation.

6. Learning opportunity allocation.

7. Summer school remedial allocation.

8. Adult education, continuing education and summer school allocation.

9. Teacher compensation allocation.

10. Early learning allocation.

11. Transportation allocation.

12. Administration and governance allocation.

13. Pupil accommodation allocation.

14. Debt charges allocation. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 10 (1).

(2) For the purposes of this Part, an old board is a predecessor of a district school board if the district school board is listed in Column 2 or 3 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 460/97, opposite the old board listed in Column 1 of that Schedule. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 10 (2).

11. A district school board shall be paid a grant in an amount determined as follows:

1. Determine the 1999-2000 tax revenue of the board, in accordance with section 12.

2. Determine the amount of each type of allocation for the board, in accordance with sections 13 to 39.

3. Total the amounts determined for the board under paragraph 2.

4. Adjust the amount determined under paragraph 3 in accordance with section 40.

5. Add the stable funding guarantee amount, if any, determined for the board under section 48.

6. Deduct the amount determined under paragraph 1 for the board from the amount determined under paragraph 5 for the board.

7. Deduct the fees revenue received by the board under section 4 of the 1999-2000 fees regulation.

8. Deduct the amount that is in the board’s reserve fund under subsection 233 (1) of the Act on August 31, 2000, immediately before the transfer under subsection 233 (2) of the Act.

9. Add the total of the amounts payable to the board for capital projects under section 49.

10. Add the amount payable to the board for mould-related expenditures under section 49.1. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 11; O. Reg. 234/00, s. 1.

1999-2000 Tax Revenue of a District School Board

12. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of section 11, the 1999-2000 tax revenue of a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Add,

i. 38 per cent of the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 1999 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 and under section 10 of Ontario Regulation 509/98,

ii. 62 per cent of the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2000 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 and under section 10 of Ontario Regulation 509/98,

iii. 38 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year from a municipality under subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act,

iv. 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year from a municipality under subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act,

v. the total of the taxes received by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under section 35 of the Assessment Act,

vi. 38 per cent of the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under subsection 371.1 (1) of the Municipal Act,

vii. 62 per cent of the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under subsection 371.1 (1) of the Municipal Act,

viii. 38 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under the Municipal Grants Act (Canada) or under any Act of Canada that permits a payment to be made by a government or a government agency in lieu of taxes on real property,

ix. 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under the Municipal Grants Act (Canada) or under any Act of Canada that permits a payment to be made by a government or a government agency in lieu of taxes on real property,

x. the total of the amounts, if any, distributed to the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year under subsection 2 (2) of Ontario Regulation 365/98, and

xi. the total of the amounts, if any, paid to the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year under clause 3 (1) (a) of Ontario Regulation 366/98.

2. Deduct the cost incurred in the 1999-2000 fiscal year by the board under section 257.7 of the Act in collecting taxes for school purposes in territory without municipal organization, to a maximum of 2 per cent of the sum of,

i. 38 per cent of the total amount of taxes levied by it for 1999 for school purposes in territory without municipal organization, and

ii. 62 per cent of the total amount of taxes levied by it for 2000 for school purposes in territory without municipal organization.

3. Deduct an amount approved by the Minister in respect of,

i. costs additional to those deducted under paragraph 2 that are incurred in the 1999-2000 fiscal year by the board under section 257.7 of the Act in collecting taxes for school purposes in territory without municipal organization, and

ii. costs that are incurred in the 1999-2000 fiscal year by the board under section 21.1 of the Provincial Land Tax Act in collecting taxes in territory without municipal organization.

4. Deduct the amounts charged to the board in the 1999 calendar year by a municipal council under section 421 of the Municipal Act, including amounts charged under that section as a result of private legislation.

5. Deduct the total of the amounts paid as rebates by the board under section 257.2.1 of the Act in the 1999-2000 fiscal year.

6. Deduct 38 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under subsections 442.1 (7) and 442.2 (8.1) of the Municipal Act.

7. Deduct 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under subsections 442.1 (7) and 442.2 (8.1) of the Municipal Act. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 12 (1).

(2) Amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under section 257.11 of the Act shall be deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in subparagraph i of paragraph 1 of subsection (1). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 12 (2).

(3) Amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under section 257.11 of the Act shall be deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in subparagraph ii of paragraph 1 of subsection (1). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 12 (3).

Foundation Allocation

13. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the foundation allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Take the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board.

2. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $3,367.

3. Take the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board.

4. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by $3,953.

5. Total the products obtained under paragraphs 2 and 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 13.

Special Education Allocation

14. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the special education allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the enrolment-based special education amount for the board, in accordance with section 15.

2. Determine the equipment ISA for the board, in accordance with section 16.

3. Determine the program ISA for the board, in accordance with section 18.

4. Determine the programs in facilities amount for the board, in accordance with section 19.

5. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 14.

15. For the purposes of paragraph 1 of section 14, the enrolment-based special education amount for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Take the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board.

2. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $362.

3. Take the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board.

4. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by $229.

5. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 2 and 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 15.

16. (1) For the purposes of subsection (2), an equipment ISA claim for a pupil of a board is an approved equipment ISA claim for the pupil if,

(a) the board has designated the pupil as an ISA level 1 pupil in accordance with the Ministry publication entitled “Resource Manual for the Special Education Grant Intensive Support Amount (ISA)”, dated March 17, 1999;

(b) the board has made an ISA level 1 claim for expenditures in excess of $800 for special equipment for the pupil, in accordance with the Ministry publication entitled “Resource Manual for the Special Education Grant Intensive Support Amount (ISA)”, dated March 17, 1999; and

(c) the Minister has approved the designation referred to in clause (a) and the claim referred to in clause (b). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 16 (1).

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 14, the equipment ISA for a board shall be calculated by totalling the approved equipment ISA claims for pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 16 (2).

17. For the purposes of section 18, a special incidence ISA claim for a pupil of a board is an approved special incidence ISA claim for the pupil if,

(a) the pupil was a pupil approved for ISA level 3 funding for the purposes of section 18 of Ontario Regulation 287/98 as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act;

(b) the board has designated the pupil as requiring special incidence funding in accordance with the Ministry publication entitled “Resource Manual for the Special Education Grant Intensive Support Amount (ISA)”, dated March 17, 1999;

(c) the board has made a special incidence ISA claim not exceeding $27,000 for the pupil, in accordance with the Ministry publication entitled “Resource Manual for the Special Education Grant Intensive Support Amount (ISA)”, dated March 17, 1999; and

(d) the Minister has approved the designation referred to in clause (b) and the claim referred to in clause (c). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 17; O. Reg. 224/04, s. 2.

18. For the purposes of paragraph 3 of section 14, the program ISA for a board is the total of,

(a) the program ISA determined for the board under section 17 of Ontario Regulation 287/98, as adjusted, where applicable, under section 20 of that Regulation as it read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act; and

(b) the total of the approved special incidence ISA claims for pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 18; O. Reg. 224/04, s. 3.

19. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 4 of section 14, the programs in facilities amount for a board is the total of the amounts determined under this section for each education program provided by the board in a facility described or named in subsection (2) where,

(a) the facility is located within the area of jurisdiction of the board;

(b) the board employs a teacher to provide the education program;

(c) no education program is provided by any Ministry in the facility;

(d) the board has entered into a written agreement with the facility setting out,

(i) the responsibilities of the facility for the provision of accommodation, and

(ii) the responsibilities of the board for the provision of the education program, including the number of teachers to be employed by the board for the purposes of the program; and

(e) the Minister,

(i) is satisfied that the agreement referred to in clause (d) adequately sets out the responsibilities of the board and the facility,

(ii) has approved the board’s staffing plan for the program, and

(iii) is satisfied that there is a need for the provision of such a program by the board in the facility. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (1).

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

1. A psychiatric facility.

2. An approved charitable institution as defined in the Charitable Institutions Act.

3. An agency approved under subsection 8 (1) of the Child and Family Services Act.

4. An approved home as defined in the Homes for Retarded Persons Act.

5. A place of temporary detention, open custody or secure custody continued or established under section 89 of the Child and Family Services Act.

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

7. A facility classified as a Group K Hospital under the Public Hospitals Act.

8. The Hospital for Sick Children, in Toronto.

9. The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, in Ottawa.

10. The London Health Sciences Centre, in London.

11. The Lyndhurst Hospital.

12. A hospital in which an education program was discontinued after December 31, 1980 as a result of the dissolution of a board established under section 68 of the Act.

13. A nursing home approved or licensed under the Nursing Homes Act.

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

15. A place of secure or open custody or a place of temporary detention designated for the purposes of the Young Offenders Act (Canada). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (2).

(3) Subject to subsections (5) and (7), the amount for an education program referred to in subsection (1) shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the expenditure of the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of teachers employed by the board to provide the program. The amount determined under this paragraph shall not exceed the amount that could be expended by the board for salary and employee benefits of teachers under the staffing plan referred to in clause (1) (e).

2. Multiply the number of full-time equivalent teachers employed by the board to provide the program by $2,500. For the purposes of this paragraph, the counting practices usually followed by the board for staffing purposes shall be followed.

3. Determine the expenditure of the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year for salary and employee benefits of teacher assistants employed by the board to assist teachers in providing the program. The amount determined under this paragraph shall not exceed the amount that could be expended by the board for salary and employee benefits of teacher assistants under the staffing plan referred to in clause (1) (e).

4. Multiply the number of full-time equivalent teacher assistants employed by the board to assist teachers in providing the program by $1,220. For the purposes of this paragraph, the counting practices usually followed by the board for staffing purposes shall be followed.

5. Determine the expenditure of the board in the 1999-2000 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 any amounts received under any predecessor of this paragraph for the classroom, shall not exceed $3,300.

6. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 5. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (3).

(4) Subsection (5) applies where,

(a) the circumstances described in clauses (1) (a) to (e) apply; and

(b) the education program was previously provided in the facility by the Ministry. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (4).

(5) Subject to subsection (7), in the circumstances described in subsection (4), the amount referred to in subsection (1) shall be an amount equal to the cost for the program that is proposed by the board and approved by the Minister, instead of the amount determined under subsection (3). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (5).

(6) In giving approvals under clause (1) (e) and subsection (5), the Minister shall ensure that the total of the amounts calculated for all boards under subsections (1) to (5) does not exceed $67 million. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (6).

(7) The amount determined for an education program under subsection (3) or (5) shall be reduced by the amount specified by the Minister under subsection (8) if the program,

(a) operates on a smaller scale than was projected in the materials submitted by the board for consideration by the Minister for the purposes of clause (1) (e);

(b) does not operate during the 1999-2000 school year; or

(c) ceases to operate during the 1999-2000 school year. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (7).

(8) For the purposes of subsection (7), the Minister shall specify an amount, if any, that in his or her opinion is appropriate having regard to the reasonable costs of the board in connection with the program. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 19 (8).

20. (1) Subsection (2) applies where an ISA level 1 claim has been approved for one board under section 16 or under a predecessor of section 16 in respect of a pupil and the pupil enrolls in a school operated by a second board during the 1999-2000 fiscal year. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 20 (1).

(2) The equipment for which the ISA level 1 claim was approved shall move with the pupil from the first board to the second board, unless in the opinion of the second board moving the equipment is not practical. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 20 (2).

(3) Subsection (4) applies where an ISA level 1 claim has been approved for one board under section 16 in respect of a pupil and the pupil enrolls in a school operated by a second board during the 1999-2000 fiscal year. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 20 (3).

(4) Any unspent part of the ISA level 1 claim amount approved in respect of the pupil shall be deducted from the amount determined under subsection 16 (2) for the first board and added to the amount determined under subsection 16 (2) for the second board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 20 (4).

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

(a) was a pupil approved for ISA level 2 or level 3 funding for the purposes of section 18 of Ontario Regulation 287/98 as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act;

(b) was enrolled in a school operated by a board at the end of 1998-1999 school year; and

(c) becomes enrolled in a school operated by a different board after the end of the 1998-1999 school year. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 20 (5); O. Reg. 224/04, s. 4.

(6) The amount calculated under section 18 for the board referred to in clause (5) (b) shall be reduced and the amount calculated under section 18 for the board referred to in clause (5) (c) shall be increased to the extent, if any, that the Minister considers appropriate having regard to the costs of each board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year in connection with providing the pupil’s special education program. O. Reg. 167/00, s. 1.

(7) This section applies with necessary modifications in respect of second and subsequent moves from one board to another by a pupil. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 20 (7).

Language Allocation — English-language District School Boards

21. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the language allocation for an English-language district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the French as a second language amount for the board, in accordance with section 22.

2. Determine the Native language amount for the board, in accordance with section 23.

3. Determine the ESL/ESD amount for the board, in accordance with section 24.

4. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 21.

22. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of section 21, the French as a second language amount for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the French as a second language amount for elementary school pupils of the board, in accordance with subsection (3).

2. Determine the French as a second language amount for secondary school pupils of the board, in accordance with subsection (5).

3. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 22 (1).

(2) In subsection (3),

“instruction in French” means instruction in the subject of French or instruction in any other subject if the language of instruction is French. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 22 (2).

(3) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (1), the French as a second language amount for elementary school pupils of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the number of pupils of the board enrolled in any of grades four to eight who, on October 31, 1999, are scheduled to take instruction in French for an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 60 minutes per school day. Multiply by $229.

2. Determine the number of pupils of the board enrolled in any of grades four to eight who, on October 31, 1999, are scheduled to take instruction in French for an average of 60 or more minutes but less than 150 minutes per school day. Multiply by $260.

3. Determine the number of pupils of the board enrolled in any of grades one to eight who, on October 31, 1999, are scheduled to take instruction in French for an average of 150 or more minutes per school day. Multiply by $291.

4. Determine the number of pupils of the board enrolled in junior kindergarten or kindergarten who, on October 31, 1999, are scheduled to take instruction in French for an average of 75 minutes or more per school day. Multiply by $291.

5. Total the products obtained under paragraphs 1 to 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 22 (3).

(4) In subsection (5),

“course” means a course at the secondary level that is assigned a common course code in the list of common course codes published by the Ministry; (“cours”)

“credit value” of a course in which a pupil is enrolled means the number of credits that the pupil is eligible to earn on successfully completing the course. (“valeur en crédits”) O. Reg. 214/99, s. 22 (4).

(5) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection (1), the French as a second language amount for secondary school pupils of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine an amount for grade nine and ten instruction in the subject of French, as follows:

i. Determine the credit value of each grade nine course and grade ten course in the subject of French that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

ii. Determine the credit value of each grade nine course and grade ten 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 of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

iii. Add the products obtained under subparagraphs i and ii.

iv. Multiply the sum obtained under subparagraph iii by $57.

2. Determine an amount for grade nine and ten instruction in a subject other than French where the language of instruction is French, as follows:

i. Determine the credit value of each grade nine course and grade ten 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 of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

ii. Determine the credit value of each grade nine course and grade ten 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 of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

iii. Add the products obtained under subparagraphs i and ii.

iv. Multiply the sum obtained under subparagraph iii by $94.

3. Determine an amount for grade 11, 12 and OAC instruction in the subject of French, as follows:

i. Determine the credit value of each grade 11 course, grade 12 course and OAC course in the subject of French that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

ii. Determine the credit value of each grade 11 course, grade 12 course and OAC 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 of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

iii. Add the products obtained under subparagraphs i and ii.

iv. Multiply the sum obtained under subparagraph iii by $75.

4. Determine an amount for grade 11, 12 and OAC instruction in a subject other than French where the language of instruction is French, as follows:

i. Determine the credit value of each grade 11 course, grade 12 course and OAC 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 of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

ii. Determine the credit value of each grade 11 course, grade 12 course and OAC 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 of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

iii. Add the products obtained under subparagraphs i and ii.

iv. Multiply the sum obtained under subparagraph iii by $145.

5. Total the dollar amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 22 (5).

23. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 21, the Native language amount for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the Native language amount for elementary school pupils of the board, in accordance with subsection (2).

2. Determine the Native language amount for secondary school pupils of the board, in accordance with subsection (4).

3. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 23 (1).

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (1), the Native language amount for elementary school pupils of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the number of elementary school pupils of the board who, on October 31, 1999, are scheduled to take instruction in the subject of a Native language for an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 40 minutes per school day. Multiply by $219.

2. Determine the number of elementary school pupils of the board who, on October 31, 1999, are scheduled to take instruction in the subject of a Native language for an average of 40 or more minutes per school day. Multiply by $389.

3. Total the products obtained under paragraphs 1 and 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 23 (2).

(3) In subsection (4),

“course” means a course at the secondary level that is assigned a common course code in the list of common course codes published by the Ministry; (“cours”)

“credit value” of a course in which a pupil is enrolled means the number of credits that the pupil is eligible to earn on successfully completing the course. (“valeur en crédits”) O. Reg. 214/99, s. 23 (3).

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection (1), the Native language amount for secondary school pupils of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the credit value of each level one course and level two course in the subject of a Native language that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. Multiply the product by $57.

2. Determine the credit value of each level one course and level two course in the subject of a Native language that is taught on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. Multiply the product by $57.

3. Determine the credit value of each grade ten course in the subject of a Native language that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. Multiply the product by $57.

4. Determine the credit value of each grade ten course in the subject of a Native language that is taught on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. Multiply the product by $57.

5. Determine the credit value of each grade 11 course, grade 12 course and OAC course in the subject of a Native language that is taught on a non-semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. Multiply the product by $75.

6. Determine the credit value of each grade 11 course, grade 12 course and OAC course in the subject of a Native language that is taught on a semestered basis. Multiply the credit value by the total of the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course on October 31, 1999 and the number of pupils of the board enrolled in the course of March 31, 2000, excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999. Multiply the product by $75.

7. Total the dollar amounts determined under paragraphs 1 to 6. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 23 (4).

24. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of section 21, the ESL/ESD amount for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine, as of October 31, 1999, the number of pupils of the board who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1998 and ending October 31, 1999 from countries described in subsection (2), excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, and multiply that number by 1.0.

2. Determine, as of October 31, 1999, the number of pupils of the board who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1997 and ending August 31, 1998 from countries described in subsection (2), excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, and multiply that number by 0.6.

3. Determine, as of October 31, 1999, the number of pupils of the board who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1996 and ending August 31, 1997 from countries described in subsection (2), excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, and multiply that number by 0.3.

4. Total the products obtained under paragraphs 1 to 3.

5. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 4 by $2,235.

6. Add the product obtained under paragraph 5 to the amount set out for the board in Table 1. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 24 (1).

(2) Paragraphs 1 to 3 of subsection (1) apply in respect of,

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

(b) countries where a majority of the population speaks a variety of English that is so different from the English used as the language of instruction in schools of the board that an ESL or ESD program should be offered to pupils from those countries. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 24 (2).

Language Allocation — French-language District School Boards

25. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the language allocation for a French-language district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the French as a first language amount for the board, in accordance with section 26.

2. Determine the Native language amount for the board, in accordance with section 27.

3. Determine the ALF/PDF amount for the board, in accordance with section 28.

4. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 25.

26. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of section 25, the French as a first language amount for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Multiply by $291 the number of elementary school pupils of the board on October 31, 1999.

2. Multiply the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board by $460.

3. Determine the start-up amount for new elementary schools of the board, in accordance with subsection (2).

4. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 26 (1).

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection (1), the start-up amount for new elementary schools of the board shall be determined by multiplying the number of elementary schools of the board that are being governed for the first time by the board in September, 1999 by $10,800. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 26 (2).

27. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 25, the Native language amount for the board shall be determined in the manner provided in section 23 for English-language district school boards. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 27.

28. (1) For the purposes of this section, a board is coterminous with another board if the areas of jurisdiction of the two boards are wholly or partly the same. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (1).

(2) For the purposes of this section,

(a) the area of jurisdiction of a French-language public district school board is divided into portions matching the areas of jurisdiction of the coterminous English-language public district school boards;

(b) the area of jurisdiction of a French-language separate district school board is divided into portions matching the areas of jurisdiction of the coterminous English-language separate district school boards; and

(c) where the area of jurisdiction of a French-language separate district school board is the same as the area of jurisdiction of an English-language separate district school board, the total area of jurisdiction of the French-language separate district school board is one portion. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (2).

(3) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of section 25, the ALF/PDF amount for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the ALF funding level for the board in accordance with subsection (4).

2. Determine the PDF funding level for the board in accordance with subsection (11).

3. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (3).

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (3), the ALF funding level for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the number of elementary instructional units for ALF purposes for each portion of the board, in accordance with subsection (6). The determination under this paragraph shall be accurate to two decimal places.

2. Determine the number of secondary instructional units for ALF purposes for each portion of the board, in accordance with subsection (7). The determination under this paragraph shall be accurate to two decimal places.

3. For each portion of the board, add the numbers determined under paragraphs 1 and 2.

4. Determine the assimilation factor for each portion of the board, in accordance with subsection (8) or (9), as the case may be.

5. For each portion of the board, multiply the number determined under paragraph 3 by the factor determined under paragraph 4.

6. For each portion of the board, multiply the product determined under paragraph 5 by $60,000.

7. Total the amounts determined for each of the portions of the board under paragraph 6. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (4).

(5) For the purposes of subsections (6) and (7), the pupils of a board shall be counted on the basis of day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (5).

(6) The number of elementary instructional units for ALF purposes for a portion of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Allow 0.005 elementary instructional units for ALF purposes for each of the first 200 elementary school pupils of the board who are enrolled in schools located in the portion.

2. Allow 0.0025 elementary instructional units for ALF purposes for each of the next 1,600 elementary school pupils of the board who are enrolled in schools located in the portion.

3. Allow 0.0013 elementary instructional units for ALF purposes for each of the remaining elementary school pupils of the board who are enrolled in schools located in the portion.

4. Total the instructional units allowed for ALF purposes for the portion of the board under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (6).

(7) The number of secondary instructional units for ALF purposes for a portion of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Allow 0.0025 secondary instructional units for ALF purposes for each of the first 1,200 secondary school pupils of the board who are enrolled in schools located in the portion.

2. Allow 0.0013 secondary instructional units for ALF purposes for each of the remaining secondary school pupils of the board who are enrolled in schools located in the portion.

3. Total the instructional units allowed for ALF purposes for the portion of the board under paragraphs 1 and 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (7).

(8) The assimilation factor for a portion of a French-language public district school board shall be the factor specified in Table 2 for the English-language public district school board the area of jurisdiction of which matches the portion. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (8).

(9) The assimilation factor for a portion of a French-language separate district school board shall be the factor specified in Table 2 for the English-language separate district school board the area of jurisdiction of which matches the portion. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (9).

(10) For the purposes of subsection (11), a pupil is eligible for PDF funding if,

(a) the pupil was admitted to a school of the board under section 293 of the Act;

(b) the pupil entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1996 and ending October 31, 1999 from a country in which French is a standard language of schooling or public administration;

(c) the pupil has one or more of the following characteristics:

1. The pupil speaks a variety of French that is so different from the French being used as the language of instruction in schools of the board that a PDF program should be offered to the pupil.

2. The pupil’s schooling has been interrupted or delayed.

3. The pupil has little knowledge of English or French. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (10).

(11) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection (3), the PDF funding level for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine, as of October 31, 1999, the number of pupils of the board who are eligible for PDF funding and who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1998 and ending October 31, 1999 from a country described in clause (10) (b), excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, and multiply that number by 1.0.

2. Determine, as of October 31, 1999, the number of pupils of the board who are eligible for PDF funding and who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1997 and ending August 31, 1998 from a country described in clause (10) (b), excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, and multiply that number by 0.6.

3. Determine, as of October 31, 1999, the number of pupils of the board who are eligible for PDF funding and who entered Canada during the period beginning September 1, 1996 and ending August 31, 1997 from a country described in clause (10) (b), excluding pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, and multiply that number by 0.3.

4. Total the products obtained under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3.

5. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 4 by $2,235. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 28 (11).

Small Schools Allocation

29. (1) In this section,

“small school”, in relation to an English-language district school board, means,

(a) an elementary school that has an average of less than 20 pupils per grade and is located eight or more kilometres by road from every other elementary school of the board,

(b) a secondary school that has an average of less than 120 pupils per grade and is located 32 or more kilometres by road from every other secondary school of the board; (“petite école”)

“small school”, in relation to a French-language district school board, means,

(a) an elementary school that has an average of less than 20 pupils per grade and is located eight or more kilometres by road from every other elementary school of the board that is located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction,

(b) a secondary school that has an average of less than 120 pupils per grade and is located 32 or more kilometres by road from every other secondary school of the board that is located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction. (“petite école”) O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (1).

(2) For the purposes of this section, a board is coterminous with another board if the areas of jurisdiction of the two boards are wholly or partly the same. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (2).

(3) For the purposes of this section,

(a) the area of jurisdiction of a French-language public district school board is divided into portions matching the areas of jurisdiction of the coterminous English-language public district school boards;

(b) the area of jurisdiction of a French-language separate district school board is divided into portions matching the areas of jurisdiction of the coterminous English-language separate district school boards; and

(c) where the area of jurisdiction of a French-language separate district school board is the same as the area of jurisdiction of an English-language separate district school board, the total area of jurisdiction of the French-language separate district school board is one portion. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (3).

(4) For the purposes of this section,

(a) junior kindergarten, kindergarten and grades one to eight are elementary grades;

(b) grades nine to twelve and OAC are secondary grades;

(c) subject to subsection (5), a school that offers instruction in one or more of the elementary grades shall be treated as an elementary school;

(d) subject to subsection (5), a school that offers instruction in one or more of the secondary grades shall be treated as a secondary school. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (4).

(5) For the purposes of this section, where a school offers instruction in one or more of the elementary grades and in one or more of the secondary grades, the school shall be treated as two schools, as follows:

1. One elementary school, offering instruction in the relevant elementary grades.

2. One secondary school, offering instruction in the relevant secondary grades. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (5).

(6) For the purposes of this section, the average number of pupils per grade of an elementary school shall be calculated as follows:

1. Determine the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only the pupils enrolled in the school. For the purposes of this paragraph, a pupil who would be a pupil of a board were it not for subsection 2 (5) shall be deemed to be a pupil of the board.

2. Determine the number of grades in the school, counting junior kindergarten and kindergarten as 0.5 grades each.

3. Divide the number determined under paragraph 1 by the number determined under paragraph 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (6).

(7) For the purposes of this section, the average number of pupils per grade of a secondary school shall be calculated as follows:

1. Determine the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only the pupils enrolled in the school. For the purposes of this paragraph, a pupil who would be a pupil of a board were it not for subsection 2 (4) or (5) shall be deemed to be a pupil of the board.

2. Divide the number determined under paragraph 1 by the number of grades in which instruction is provided in the school. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (7).

(8) Where two or more elementary schools of an English-language district school board are all located within eight kilometres of each other by road, their combined average number of pupils per grade is less than 20 pupils per grade and one or more of the schools in the group is located eight or more kilometres by road from every elementary school of the board that is not in the group,

(a) the group of two or more schools shall be deemed to be one small school for the purposes of this section; and

(b) each of the two or more schools in the group shall be deemed not to be a small school for the purposes of this section. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (8).

(9) Where two or more elementary schools of a French-language district school board are all located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, are all within eight kilometres of each other by road, their combined average number of pupils per grade is less than 20 pupils per grade and one or more of the schools in the group is located eight or more kilometres by road from every elementary school of the board that is not in the group but is in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction,

(a) the group of two or more schools shall be deemed to be one small school for the purposes of this section; and

(b) each of the two or more schools in the group shall be deemed not to be a small school for the purposes of this section. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (9).

(10) For the purposes of this section, the combined average number of pupils per grade of a group of two or more elementary schools shall be calculated as follows:

1. Determine the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only the pupils enrolled in the schools in the group. For the purposes of this paragraph, a pupil who would be a pupil of a board were it not for subsection 2 (5) shall be deemed to be a pupil of the board.

2. Determine the number of grades in which instruction is given in one or more of the schools in the group, counting junior kindergarten and kindergarten as 0.5 grades each.

3. Divide the number determined under paragraph 1 by the number determined under paragraph 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (10).

(11) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the small school allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. For each elementary small school of the board,

i. determine the school size factor, in accordance with subsection (12),

ii. determine the remoteness factor, in accordance with subsection (14), and

iii. determine the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only the pupils of the board enrolled in the school.

2. For each elementary small school of the board, multiply the school size factor by the remoteness factor. Multiply the product by the enrolment determined for the school under subparagraph iii of paragraph 1.

3. For each elementary small school of the board, multiply the product obtained under paragraph 2 by $6,000.

4. Total the amounts determined for each of the elementary small schools of the board under paragraph 3.

5. For each secondary small school of the board,

i. determine the school size factor, in accordance with subsection (16),

ii. determine the remoteness factor, in accordance with subsection (17), and

iii. determine the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in the school. For the purposes of this subparagraph, pupils enrolled in the school who would be pupils of the board were it not for subsection 2 (4) shall be deemed to be pupils of the board.

6. For each secondary small school of the board, multiply the school size factor by the remoteness factor. Multiply the product by the enrolment number determined for the school under subparagraph iii of paragraph 5.

7. For each secondary small school of the board, multiply the product obtained under paragraph 6 by $7,200.

8. Total the amounts determined for each of the secondary small schools of the board under paragraph 7.

9. Total the totals determined under paragraphs 4 and 8. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (11).

(12) The school size factor for a small elementary school shall be determined as follows:

1. For a school with an average number of pupils per grade that is less than two, the school size factor is 1.

2. For a school with an average number of pupils per grade that is two or more but not more than 10, the school size factor shall be determined on a sliding scale as follows:

i. Divide 10 by the average number of pupils per grade.

ii. Multiply the result obtained under subparagraph i by 0.2.

3. For a school with an average number of pupils per grade that is more than 10 but less than 20, the school size factor shall be determined on a sliding scale as follows:

i. Subtract 10 from the average number of pupils per grade.

ii. Divide the result obtained under subparagraph i by 10.

iii. Subtract the result obtained under subparagraph ii from one.

iv. Multiply the result obtained under subparagraph iii by 0.2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (12).

(13) For the purposes of subsection (12), the average number of pupils per grade of a group of two or more schools that is deemed under subsection (8) or (9) to be one small school is the combined average number of pupils per grade of the group, calculated in accordance with subsection (10). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (13).

(14) The remoteness factor for a small elementary school shall be determined as follows:

1. For a school of an English-language district board located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other elementary schools of the board, the remoteness factor is 1.5.

2. For a school of an English-language district board located more than 32 kilometres by road but less than 80 kilometres by road from all other elementary schools of the board, the remoteness factor is 1.25.

3. For all other schools of an English-language district school board, the remoteness factor is 1.0.

4. For a school of a French-language district board located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other elementary schools of the board that are located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, the remoteness factor is 1.5.

5. For a school of a French-language district board located more than 32 kilometres by road but less than 80 kilometres by road from all other elementary schools of the board that are located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, the remoteness factor is 1.25.

6. For all other schools of a French-language district school board, the remoteness factor is 1.0. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (14).

(15) The following rules apply for the purposes of subsection (14), where a group of two or more schools of a board is deemed under subsection (8) or (9) to be one small school:

1. In the case of elementary schools of an English-language district school board, if one or more of the schools in the group is located 80 kilometres or more by road from every elementary school of the board that is not in the group, the deemed small school shall be deemed to be located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other elementary schools of the board.

2. Except where paragraph 1 applies, in the case of elementary schools of an English-language district school board, if one or more of the schools in the group is located more than 32 kilometres by road from every elementary school of the board that is not in the group, the deemed small school shall be deemed to be located more than 32 kilometres by road but less than 80 kilometres by road from all other elementary schools of the board.

3. In the case of elementary schools of a French-language district school board, if one or more of the schools in the group is located 80 kilometres or more by road from every elementary school of the board that is not in the group but that is located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, the deemed small school shall be deemed to be located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other elementary schools of the board.

4. Except where paragraph 3 applies, in the case of elementary schools of a French-language district school board, if one or more of the schools in the group is located more than 32 kilometres by road from every elementary school of the board that is not in the group but that is located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, the deemed small school shall be deemed to be located more than 32 kilometres by road but less than 80 kilometres by road from all other elementary schools of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (15).

(16) The school size factor for a small secondary school shall be determined as follows:

1. For a school with an average number of pupils per grade that is less than 20, the school size factor is 0.45.

2. For a school with an average number of pupils per grade that is 20 or more but not more than 60, the school size factor shall be determined on a sliding scale as follows:

i. Divide 60 by the average number of pupils per grade.

ii. Multiply the result obtained under subparagraph i by 0.15.

3. For a school with an average number of pupils per grade that is more than 60 but less than 120, the school size factor shall be determined on a sliding scale as follows:

i. Subtract 60 from the average number of pupils per grade.

ii. Divide the result obtained under subparagraph i by 60.

iii. Subtract the result obtained under subparagraph ii from one.

iv. Multiply the result obtained under subparagraph iii by 0.15. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (16).

(17) The remoteness factor for a small secondary school shall be determined as follows:

1. For a school of an English-language district school board that has an average number of pupils per grade that is less than 20 and that is located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other secondary schools of the board, the remoteness factor is 2.0.

2. For a school of an English-language district school board that has an average number of pupils per grade that is 20 or more but less than 120, and that is located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other secondary schools of the board, the remoteness factor shall be determined as follows:

i. Add 20 to the average number of pupils per grade.

ii. Divide 40 by the sum obtained under subparagraph i.

iii. Add one to the result obtained under subparagraph ii.

3. For all other small secondary schools of an English-language district school board, the remoteness factor is 1.0.

4. For a school of a French-language district school board that has an average number of pupils per grade that is less than 20 and that is located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other secondary schools of the board that are located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, the remoteness factor is 2.0.

5. For a school of a French-language district school board that has an average number of pupils per grade that is 20 or more but less than 120, and that is located 80 kilometres or more by road from all other secondary schools of the board that are located in the same portion of the board’s area of jurisdiction, the remoteness factor shall be determined as follows:

i. Add 20 to the average number of pupils per grade.

ii. Divide 40 by the sum obtained under subparagraph i.

iii. Add one to the result obtained under subparagraph ii.

6. For all other small secondary schools of a French-language district school board, the remoteness factor is 1.0. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 29 (17).

Remote and Rural Allocation

30. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the remote and rural allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the per pupil distance amount for the board, in accordance with the following:

i. If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 3 is less than 151 kilometres, the per pupil distance amount is zero.

ii. If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 3 is 151 kilometres or more but less than 650 kilometres, the per pupil distance amount shall be determined by subtracting 150 from that distance and multiplying the result by $0.962.

iii. If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 3 is 650 kilometres or more but less than 1,150 kilometres, the per pupil distance amount shall be determined as follows: Subtract 650 from that distance. Multiply the result by $0.134. Add $481 to the product.

iv. If the distance specified for the board in Column 2 of Table 3 is 1,150 kilometres or more, the per pupil distance amount is $548.

2. Multiply the per pupil distance amount determined for the board under paragraph 1 by the urban factor specified for the board in Column 3 of Table 3.

3. Determine the per pupil sparsity amount for the board in accordance with the following:

i. Determine the pupil density by dividing the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment for the board, as determined under section 2 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, not counting pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999, by the board’s area in square kilometres, as specified in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 250/97, as it read immediately before that regulation was revoked.

ii. If the number determined under subparagraph i is less than one, the per pupil sparsity amount shall be determined by subtracting that number from one and multiplying the result by $400.

iii. If the number determined under subparagraph i is one or greater than one, the per pupil sparsity amount is zero.

4. Add the per pupil sparsity amount determined for the board under paragraph 3 to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 2.

5. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 4 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 30; O. Reg. 532/00, s. 1.

Learning Opportunities Allocation

31. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the learning opportunities allocation for a district school board shall be the amount set out in Column 2 of Table 4, opposite the name of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 31.

Summer School Remedial Allocation

32. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the summer school remedial allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the summer school average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year in accordance with section 4 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in classes or courses described in subclauses (b) (iii) and (iv) of the definition of “summer school class or course” in subsection 4 (1) of that regulation.

2. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $2,257.

3. Add the amount determined for the board under subsection (2) on account of transportation costs related to summer school remedial instruction. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 32 (1); O. Reg. 167/00, s. 2 (1).

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection (1), an amount on account of transportation costs related to summer school remedial instruction shall be determined for the board as follows:

1. Take the amount of the transportation allocation determined for the board under section 36.

2. Deduct the amount approved for the board under paragraph 7 of section 36.

3. Divide the result obtained under paragraph 2 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board.

4. Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 3 by the enrolment amount determined under paragraph 1 of subsection (1).

5. Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 4 by 3.0. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 32 (2); O. Reg. 167/00, s. 2 (2, 3).

Adult Education, Continuing Education and Summer School Allocation

33. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the adult education, continuing education and summer school allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the day school average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, in accordance with section 2 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, counting only pupils of the board who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

2. Determine the continuing education average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, in accordance with section 3 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, excluding pupils to whom subsection 49 (6) of the Act applies and pupils in respect of whom the board charges a fee under subsection 8 (2) of the 1999-2000 fees regulation.

3. Determine the summer school average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, in accordance with section 4 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, counting only pupils enrolled in classes or courses described in subclause (b) (i), (ii) or (v) of the definition of “summer school course or class” in subsection 4 (1) of that regulation, excluding pupils to whom subsection 49 (6) applies and pupils in respect of whom the board charges a fee under subsection 8 (3) of the 1999-2000 fees regulation.

4. Add the numbers determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3.

5. Multiply the total determined under paragraph 4 by $2,257.

6. Determine the amount for international languages for the board, in accordance with subsections (2) to (4).

7. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 5 and 6. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 33 (1); O. Reg. 167/00, s. 3.

(2) Subsections (3) and (4) apply where a board establishes classes to provide instruction in a language other than English or French and the classes have been approved by the Minister as being part of an international languages elementary school program. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 33 (2).

(3) Except as provided in subsection (4), the amount for international languages for the board shall be the number of hours of instruction provided by the board in classes described in subsection (2), multiplied by $41. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 33 (3).

(4) Where 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 such classes is less than 25, the $41 per hour rate specified in subsection (3) shall be reduced by the product of $1 and the difference between the quotient and 25. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 33 (4).

Teacher Compensation Allocation

34. (1) In this section,

“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”)

“qualification category” means OSSTF certification or QECO category; (“catégorie de qualifications”)

“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”)

“teacher” includes a temporary teacher and does not include an occasional teacher. (“enseignant”) O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (1).

(2) In this section, a cell of Table 5 is referred to by its qualification category co-ordinate followed by the number co-ordinate representing full years of teaching experience. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (2).

(3) For example, cell C-1 of Table 5 contains the number 0.6127 and cell A1/Group 1-3 contains the number 0.7416. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (3).

(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, 1999 to teach. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (4).

(5) For the purposes of subsection (4), the counting practices usually followed by the board for staffing purposes shall be followed, 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, 1999 shall not be counted for the purposes of this section.

2. The provision of library instruction or guidance to pupils shall be considered the provision of instruction to pupils for the purposes of paragraphs 1, 3 and 4.

3. Where a teacher is assigned in a regular timetable that is in effect as of October 31, 1999 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, to spend part of his or her time acting as a consultant, co-ordinator or supervisor, the full-time equivalency for the teacher shall be determined as follows:

i. Determine the average number of hours per day in the cycle that includes October 31, 1999 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 shall be accurate to one decimal place.

ii. Divide the total determined under subparagraph i by five.

4. Where a principal or vice-principal is assigned in a regular timetable that is in effect as of October 31, 1999 to spend part of his or her time providing instruction to pupils, the principal or vice-principal shall be counted as a teacher for the purposes of this section and his or her full-time equivalency as a teacher shall be determined as follows:

i. Determine the average number of hours per day in the cycle that includes October 31, 1999 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 shall be accurate to one decimal place.

ii. Divide the number determined under subparagraph i by five. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (5).

(6) Subject to subsections (7) and (8), when determining the number of full years of teaching experience of a teacher employed by a board, the counting practices usually followed by the board when counting the amount of teaching experience shall be applied, as of October 31, 1999. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (6).

(7) Where the number of full years of teaching experience of a teacher exceeds 10, as determined under subsection (6), the number of full years of teaching experience of the teacher shall be deemed to be 10. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (7).

(8) The number of full years of teaching experience of a principal or vice-principal shall be deemed to be 10. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (8).

(9) The following rules shall be applied, as of October 31, 1999, to determine the qualification category of a teacher:

1. If a board uses a QECO categories system for salary purposes in relation to a teacher employed by it, that QECO categories system shall be used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

2. If a board uses an OSSTF certification system for salary purposes in relation to a teacher employed by it, that OSSTF certification system shall be used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

3. Subject to paragraph 5, 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 Education Relations Commission Data Form A for 1999 shall be used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

4. Subject to paragraph 5, if a board does not use 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 Education Relations Commission Data Form A for 1999 shall be used for that teacher for the purposes of this section.

5. In the circumstances described in paragraph 3 or 4, the board may elect, by written notice to the Minister, to use the QECO categories system referred to by QECO as QECO Programme Level 4 or the 1992 OSSTF certification system, instead of the classification system determined under paragraph 3 or 4.

6. The qualification category of a principal or vice-principal shall be deemed to be A4/Group 4.

7. If the qualification category of a person is changed after October 31, 1999 and the change for salary purposes is retroactive to October 31, 1999 or earlier, the changed qualification category shall be used for the purposes of this section. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (9).

(10) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the teacher compensation allocation for a district school board is the total of the amount calculated under subsection (11) and the amount calculated under subsection (12). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (10).

(11) The amount of the elementary school teacher compensation allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. For each cell in Table 5, determine the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to elementary school pupils who have the 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 qualification category of D and six months of teaching experience shall be counted for the purposes of cell D-0 and a teacher with a qualification category of A2 or Group 2 and three years and seven months of teaching experience shall be counted for the purposes of cell A2/Group 2-3.

2. For each cell in Table 5, multiply the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to elementary school pupils who are counted for the purposes of the cell by the number set out in that cell in Table 5.

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

4. Divide the sum obtained 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. Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 5 by $2,548.

7. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 6 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (11).

(12) The amount of the secondary school teacher compensation allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. For each cell in Table 5, determine the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to secondary school pupils who have the 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 qualification category of D and six months of teaching experience shall be counted for the purposes of cell D-0 and a teacher with a qualification category of A2 or Group 2 and three years and seven months of teaching experience shall be counted for the purposes of cell A2/Group 2-3.

2. For each cell in Table 5, multiply the number of teachers employed by the board to provide instruction to secondary school pupils who are counted for the purposes of the cell by the number set out in that cell in Table 5.

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

4. Divide the sum obtained 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. Multiply the result obtained under paragraph 5 by $2,956.

7. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 6 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board.

8. Determine the special assistance amount, if any, for a high credit per pupil average, in accordance with subsection (13).

9. Add the amounts determined under paragraphs 7 and 8. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (12).

(13) For the purposes of paragraph 8 of subsection (12), the special assistance amount for a high credit per pupil average shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the average number of credits per secondary school pupil of the board for the 1998-99 school year.

2. If the number determined under paragraph 1 is 7.5 or less but more than 7.2, deduct 7.2 from the number determined under paragraph 1.

3. If the number determined under paragraph 1 is more than 7.5, deduct 7.2 from 7.5.

4. Divide the number obtained under paragraph 2 or 3, as the case may be, by 7.2.

5. Multiply the number obtained under paragraph 4 by $2,748.

6. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 5 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 34 (13).

Early Learning Allocation

35. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the early learning allocation for a district school board shall be determined in accordance with this section. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 35 (1).

(2) If a board does not provide instruction in junior kindergarten in any of its schools in September of 1999, the amount of the early learning allocation for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the day school average daily enrolment for the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in any of kindergarten and grades one to three.

2. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $609. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 35 (2).

(3) If a board provides instruction in junior kindergarten in one or more of its schools in September of 1999, the amount of the early learning allocation for the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the day school average daily enrolment for the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in any of kindergarten and grades one to three.

2. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by $609.

3. Determine the 1999-2000 allocation per elementary school pupil of the board, in accordance with subsection (4).

4. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 3 by the day school average daily enrolment for the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in junior kindergarten.

5. Deduct the amount determined under paragraph 4 from the amount determined under paragraph 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 35 (3).

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection (3), the 1999-2000 allocation per elementary school pupil of the board shall be determined as follows:

1. Total the following amounts:

i. The remote and rural allocation amount for the board, as determined under section 30.

ii. The learning opportunities allocation amount for the board, as determined under section 31.

iii. The transportation allocation amount for the board, as determined under section 36.

iv. The administration and governance allocation amount for the board, as determined under section 37.

2. Divide the total obtained under paragraph 1 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board.

3. Determine an amount on account of the special education allocation for elementary school pupils, as follows:

i. Multiply the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board by $362.

ii. Calculate the part of the equipment ISA determined for the board under paragraph 2 of section 14 that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board.

iii. Calculate the part of the amount determined for the board under clause 18 (a) that is generated by individuals who were elementary school pupils in the 1998-1999 school year. Where an adjustment has been made under section 20 to the amount calculated for the board under section 18, the amount calculated for the board under this subparagraph shall be increased or decreased by the amount that the Minister considers appropriate to take account of the adjustment made under section 20.

iv. Calculate the part of the amount determined for the board under clause 18 (b) that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board. Where an adjustment has been made under section 20 to the amount calculated for the board under section 18, the amount calculated for the board under this subparagraph shall be increased or decreased by the amount that the Minister considers appropriate to take account of the adjustment made under section 20.

v. Total the amounts obtained under subparagraphs i, ii, iii and iv.

4. Take the amount determined in relation to elementary small schools for the board under paragraph 4 of subsection 29 (11).

5. In the case of an English-language district school board, determine an amount on account of the language allocation for elementary school pupils, as follows:

i. Add the amount calculated under paragraph 3 of subsection 22 (3) to the amount calculated under paragraph 4 of subsection 22 (3).

ii. Calculate the part of the ESL/ESD amount for the board, as calculated under section 24, that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board.

iii. Add the amount calculated under subparagraph i to the amount calculated under subparagraph ii.

6. In the case of a French-language district school board, determine an amount on account of the language allocation for elementary school pupils, as follows:

i. Total the amounts determined for the board under paragraphs 1 and 3 of subsection 26 (1).

ii. Divide the total determined for the board under paragraph 7 of subsection 28 (4) by the total number of instructional units determined for the board under paragraph 3 of subsection 28 (4). Multiply the result by the total number of elementary instructional units determined for the board under paragraph 1 of subsection 28 (4).

iii. Calculate the part of the PDF funding level for the board, as calculated under subsection 28 (11), that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board.

iv. Total the amount taken under subparagraph i, the product obtained under subparagraph ii and the amount calculated under subparagraph iii.

7. Take the amount determined under subsection 34 (11) as the elementary school teacher compensation allocation for the board.

8. Determine an amount in relation to elementary school operations as follows:

i. Multiply the area requirement in metres squared determined for the board under subparagraph i of paragraph 13 of subsection 38 (3), by $55.97.

ii. Add the sum determined under paragraph 16 of subsection 38 (3).

9. Total the amounts taken or determined for the board under paragraphs 3 to 8.

10. Divide the total obtained under paragraph 9 by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board.

11. Total the following amounts:

i. $3,367, on account of the foundation allocation.

ii. The amount obtained under paragraph 2.

iii. The amount obtained under paragraph 10. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 35 (4).

Transportation Allocation

36. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the transportation allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Take the amount of the transportation allocation determined for the board under section 35 of Ontario Regulation 287/98 as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act.

2. Deduct the total of the amounts spent by the board in the fiscal year September 1, 1998 to August 31, 1999 in respect of the transportation to and from 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.

3. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the district school board.

4. Take the 1998-99 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 287/98 as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act, except that all pupils enrolled in kindergarten during the period from September 1, 1998 to August 31, 1999 shall be counted as half-time pupils.

5. Divide the number obtained under paragraph 3 by the number obtained under paragraph 4.

6. Multiply the number obtained under paragraph 5 by the amount obtained under paragraph 2.

7. Add the amount of the expenditure of the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year that is approved by the Minister in respect of the transportation to and from 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. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 36; O. Reg. 224/04, s. 5.

(2) Subsection (3) applies where a board the area of jurisdiction of which is wholly or partly the same as that of another board has not entered into an agreement with that other board providing for co-operative transportation services for pupils of the board and has applied in writing to the Minister for a transportation allocation adjustment as between the two boards. O. Reg. 167/00, s. 4.

(3) Where a board applies under subsection (2), the Minister may adjust the amount of the transportation allocation for each of the two boards as the Minister considers appropriate to take into account the costs related to the transportation of pupils who are enrolled in schools of one or the other of the two boards as a result of a decision of either board to admit a pupil who is entitled to attend a school of the other board. O. Reg. 167/00, s. 4.

(4) Adjustments to transportation allocations for two boards made by the Minister under subsection (3) shall not affect the total of the allocations that would be determined for the two boards under subsection (1). O. Reg. 167/00, s. 4.

Administration and Governance Allocation

37. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the administration and governance allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the amount for the board for board members’ honoraria and expenses and for expenses relating to pupil representation, in accordance with subsection (2).

2. Determine the amount for the board for directors of education and supervisory officers, in accordance with subsection (4).

3. Determine the amount for the board for administration costs, in accordance with subsection (5).

4. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2 and 3. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 37 (1).

(2) The amount for the board for board members’ honoraria and expenses and for expenses relating to pupil representation shall be determined as follows:

1. Multiply the number of members on the board by $5,000, on account of board members’ honoraria. For the purposes of this paragraph, the number of members on the board is the sum of,

i. the number of members determined for the board under subclause 58.1 (2) (k) (i) of the Act, and

ii. the number of Native representatives determined for the board under subsection 188 (5) of the Act.

2. Multiply the number of members on the board by $5,000, on account of board members’ expenses. For the purposes of this paragraph, the number of members on the board is the sum of,

i. the number of members determined for the board under subclause 58.1 (2) (k) (i) of the Act, and

ii. the number of Native representatives determined for the board under subsection 188 (5) of the Act.

3. Total the products obtained under paragraphs 1 and 2.

4. Add $10,000 to the amount determined under paragraph 3, on account of additional honoraria for the chair and vice-chair.

5. Add $5,000 to the amount determined under paragraph 4, on account of expenses relating to pupil representation. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 37 (2).

(3) For the purposes of subsection (4), pupils shall be counted on the basis of 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 37 (3).

(4) The amount for the board for directors of education and supervisory officers shall be determined as follows:

1. Allow $200,000 as a base amount.

2. Allow $23 per pupil for the first 25,000 pupils of the board.

3. Allow $21 per pupil for the remaining pupils of the board.

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

5. Add 2 per cent of the amount of the board’s remote and rural allocation, as determined under section 30.

6. Add 0.5 per cent of the amount of the board’s learning opportunities allocation, as determined under section 31.

7. Add 1 per cent of the amount calculated for the board for new pupil places under subsection 38 (11). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 37 (4).

(5) The amount for the board for administration costs shall be determined as follows:

1. Allow $80,000 as a base amount.

2. Add the product of $174 and the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board.

3. Add 11 per cent of the amount of the board’s remote and rural allocation, as determined under section 30.

4. Add 0.5 per cent of the amount of the board’s learning opportunities allocation, as determined under section 31.

5. Add 1 per cent of the amount calculated for the board for new pupil places under subsection 38 (11). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 37 (5).

Pupil Accommodation Allocation

38. (1) For the purposes of this section,

(a) a school of a board is an elementary school if it has been identified as such by the board in accordance with the Ministry publication entitled “Data Collection Instruction Guide for the School Facilities Inventory Database”, dated January, 1998; and

(b) a school of a board is a secondary school if it has been identified as such by the board in accordance with the Ministry publication entitled “Data Collection Instruction Guide for the School Facilities Inventory Database”, dated January, 1998. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (1); O. Reg. 167/00, s. 5 (1, 2).

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the pupil accommodation allocation for a district school board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the amount for the board for school operations, in accordance with subsection (3).

2. Determine the amount for the board for school renewal, in accordance with subsection (10).

3. Determine the amount for the board for new pupil places, in accordance with subsection (11).

4. Determine the amount for the board for outstanding capital commitments, in accordance with subsection (21).

5. Total the amounts determined under paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (2).

(3) The amount for the board for school operations shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board.

2. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 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, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsections (4) and (5).

4. Determine the day school average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, in accordance with section 2 of the 1999-2000 day school A.D.E. regulation, counting only pupils who are 21 years of age or more on December 31, 1999.

5. Determine the continuing education average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, in accordance with section 3 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, 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,

i. pupils enrolled in a continuing education course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction,

ii. pupils to whom subsection 49 (6) of the Act applies, and

iii. pupils in respect of whom the board charges a fee under subsection 8 (2) of the 1999-2000 fees regulation.

6. Determine the summer school average daily enrolment for the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, in accordance with section 4 of the 1999-2000 A.D.E. regulation, excluding,

i. pupils to whom subsection 49 (6) of the Act applies, and

ii. pupils in respect of whom the board charges a fee under subsection 8 (3) of the 1999-2000 fees regulation.

7. Add the numbers determined under paragraphs 4, 5 and 6.

8. Multiply the total determined under paragraph 7 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared, to obtain the adult education, continuing education and summer school area requirement for the board.

9. Determine the adjusted adult education, continuing education and summer school area requirement for the board in metres squared, by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 8, the supplementary adult education, continuing education and summer school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsection (6).

10. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board.

11. Multiply the number determined under paragraph 10 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared, to obtain the secondary school area requirement for the board.

12. Determine the adjusted secondary school area requirement for the board in metres squared, by applying, to the amount determined under paragraph 11, the supplementary secondary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsection (9).

13. Obtain the adjusted total area requirement for the board in metres squared by adding the following amounts:

i. The elementary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 2 or, where the Minister approves a supplementary elementary school area factor for the board, the adjusted elementary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 3.

ii. The adult education, continuing education and summer school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 8 or, where the Minister approves a supplementary adult education, continuing education and summer school area factor for the board, the adjusted adult education, continuing education and summer school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 9.

iii. The secondary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 11 or, where the Minister approves a supplementary secondary school area factor for the board, the adjusted secondary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 12.

14. Multiply the number obtained under paragraph 13 by the benchmark operating cost of $55.97 per metre squared.

15. For each elementary school of the board, calculate a top up amount for school operations, as follows:

i. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in the school.

ii. Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection (16). However, the capacity of a school for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero shall be deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared.

iv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the benchmark operating cost of $55.97 per metre squared.

v. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the supplementary elementary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsections (4) and (5).

vi. If the school is not a school to which subsection 29 (8) or (9) applies, take the amount, if any, determined under paragraph 3 of subsection 29 (11) for the school.

vii. Multiply the amount taken under subparagraph vi by 0.25.

viii. If the school is a school to which subsection 29 (8) or (9) applies, take the amount determined under paragraph 3 of subsection 29 (11) for the group of schools of which the school is a part.

ix. Multiply the amount taken under subparagraph viii by the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only the pupils of the board enrolled in the school.

x. Divide the product obtained under subparagraph ix by the day school full-time equivalent enrolment for the board as of October 31, 1999, counting only the pupils of the board enrolled in the group of schools of which the school is a part.

xi. Multiply the quotient obtained under subparagraph x by 0.25.

xii. Total the numbers determined under subparagraphs v, vii and xi.

xiii. Multiply the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, as determined under subparagraph ii, by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared.

xiv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph xiii by the benchmark operating cost of $55.97 per metre squared.

xv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph xiv by the supplementary elementary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsections (4) and (5).

xvi. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph xv by 0.2.

xvii. Subtract the number determined under subparagraph xii from the number determined under subparagraph xv.

xviii. If the number determined under subparagraph xvii is zero or a negative number or if the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, the top up amount for school operations for the school is zero. Otherwise, the top up amount for school operations for the school is the lesser of the number determined under subparagraph xvi and the number determined under subparagraph xvii.

16. Total the top up amounts for school operations determined under paragraph 15 for each of the elementary schools of the board.

17. For each secondary school of the board, calculate a top up amount for school operations, as follows:

i. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in the school.

ii. Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection (17). However, the capacity of a school for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero shall be deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

iv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the benchmark operating cost of $55.97 per metre squared.

v. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the supplementary secondary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsection (9).

vi. Take the amount, if any, determined for the school under paragraph 7 of subsection 29 (11).

vii. Multiply the amount taken under subparagraph vi by 0.25.

viii. Add the number determined under subparagraph vii to the number determined under subparagraph v.

ix. Multiply the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, as determined under subparagraph ii, by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

x. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph ix by the benchmark operating cost of $55.97 per metre squared.

xi. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph x by the supplementary secondary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsection (9).

xii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph xi by 0.2.

xiii. Subtract the number determined under subparagraph viii from the number determined under subparagraph xi.

xiv. If the number determined under subparagraph xiii is zero or a negative number or if the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, the top up amount for school operations for the school is zero. Otherwise, the top up amount for school operations for the school is the lesser of the number determined under subparagraph xii and the number determined under subparagraph xiii.

18. Total the top up amounts for school operations determined under paragraph 17 for each of the secondary schools of the board.

19. Total the amounts determined for the board under paragraphs 14, 16 and 18 to obtain the amount for the board for school operations. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (3).

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection (3), the Minister shall approve a supplementary elementary school area factor for a board if the Minister considers that it is appropriate to do so in order to make allowance for disproportionate space needs that are particular to the board and that are caused by,

(a) the fact that the board is reasonably operating a school that is too large for the community it serves, whether because of declining enrolment or for some other reason;

(b) the fact that the board is reasonably operating a school in a building the physical characteristics of which are neither compatible with nor easily modified to conform to the benchmark area requirements referred to in subsection (3);

(c) the fact that the board has disproportionately high space requirements because the board serves a disproportionately high number of pupils in special education programs or in other education programs with high space requirements; or

(d) other circumstances similar to those described in clauses (a), (b) and (c). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (4).

(5) In determining an amount for the purposes of subsection (4), the Minister shall have regard to the effect of the circumstances referred to in clauses (4) (a) to (d) on the board’s space needs. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (5).

(6) Subject to subsections (7) and (8), subsections (4) and (5) apply with necessary modifications to authorize the Minister to approve a supplementary adult education, continuing education and summer school area factor for a board and, for the purpose, a reference to elementary school area shall be deemed to be a reference to adult education, continuing education and summer school area. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (6).

(7) The Minister shall not approve a factor for a board under subsection (6) unless the Minister has approved a factor for the board under subsection (9). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (7).

(8) The Minister shall not approve a factor for a board under subsection (6) that is greater than the factor approved for the board under subsection (9). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (8).

(9) Subsections (4) and (5) apply with necessary modifications to authorize the Minister to approve a supplementary secondary school area factor for a board and, for the purpose, a reference to elementary school area shall be deemed to be a reference to secondary school area. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (9).

(10) The amount for the board for school renewal shall be determined as follows:

1. Take the percentage, as calculated by the board and approved by the Minister, of the actual total elementary school area of the board that relates to buildings that are less than 20 years old.

2. Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 1 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $6.89.

3. Take the percentage, as calculated by the board and approved by the Minister, of the actual total elementary school area of the board that relates to buildings that are 20 years old or older.

4. Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 3 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $10.33.

5. Add the amounts obtained under paragraphs 2 and 4, to obtain a weighted average benchmark elementary school renewal cost per metre squared.

6. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 5 by the elementary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 2 of subsection (3) or, where the Minister approves a supplementary elementary school area factor for the board, the adjusted elementary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 3 of subsection (3).

7. Take the percentage, as calculated by the board and approved by the Minister, of the actual total secondary school area of the board that relates to buildings that are less than 20 years old.

8. Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 7 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $6.89.

9. Take the percentage, as calculated by the board and approved by the Minister, of the actual total secondary school area of the board that relates to buildings that are 20 years old or older.

10. Apply the percentage referred to in paragraph 9 to the benchmark renewal cost per metre squared of $10.33.

11. Add the amounts obtained under paragraphs 8 and 10, to obtain a weighted average benchmark secondary school renewal cost per metre squared.

12. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 11 by the secondary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 11 of subsection (3) or, where the Minister approves a supplementary secondary school area factor for the board, the adjusted secondary school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 12 of subsection (3).

13. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 11 by the adult education, continuing education and summer school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 8 of subsection (3) or, where the Minister approves a supplementary adult education, continuing education and summer school area factor for the board, the adjusted adult education, continuing education and summer school area requirement for the board determined under paragraph 9 of subsection (3).

14. For each elementary school of the board, calculate a top up amount for school renewal, as follows:

i. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in the school.

ii. Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection (16). However, the capacity of a school for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero shall be deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared.

iv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the weighted average benchmark elementary school renewal cost per metre squared, as determined for the board under paragraph 5.

v. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the supplementary elementary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsections (4) and (5).

vi. Multiply the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, as determined under subparagraph ii, by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared.

vii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph vi by the weighted average benchmark elementary school renewal cost per metre squared, as determined for the board under paragraph 5.

viii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph vii by the supplementary elementary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsections (4) and (5).

ix. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph viii by 0.2.

x. Subtract the number determined under subparagraph v from the number determined under subparagraph viii.

xi. If the number determined under subparagraph x is zero or a negative number or if the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, the top up amount for school renewal for the school is zero. Otherwise, the top up amount for school renewal for the school is the lesser of the number determined under subparagraph ix and the number determined under subparagraph x.

15. Total the top up amounts for school renewal determined under paragraph 14 for each of the elementary schools of the board.

16. For each secondary school of the board, calculate a top up amount for school renewal, as follows:

i. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, counting only pupils of the board enrolled in the school.

ii. Determine the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, in accordance with subsection (17). However, the capacity of a school for which the number determined under subparagraph i is zero shall be deemed, for the purposes of this paragraph, to be zero.

iii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

iv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by the weighted average benchmark secondary school renewal cost per metre squared, as determined for the board under paragraph 11.

v. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iv by the supplementary secondary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsection (9).

vi. Multiply the capacity of the school, in terms of pupil places, as determined under subparagraph ii, by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

vii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph vi by the weighted average benchmark secondary school renewal cost per metre squared, as determined for the board under paragraph 11.

viii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph vii by the supplementary secondary school area factor, if any, approved for the board by the Minister in accordance with subsection (9).

ix. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph viii by 0.2.

x. Subtract the number determined under subparagraph v from the number determined under subparagraph viii.

xi. If the number determined under subparagraph x is zero or a negative number or if the number determined under subparagraph i is zero, the top up amount for school renewal for the school is zero. Otherwise, the top up amount for school renewal for the school is the lesser of the number determined under subparagraph ix and the number determined under subparagraph x.

17. Total the top up amounts for school renewal determined under paragraph 16 for each of the secondary schools of the board.

18. Add the amounts obtained under paragraphs 6, 12, 13, 15 and 17 to obtain the amount for the board for school renewal. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (10).

(11) The amount for the board for new pupil places shall be the lesser of $20 million and an amount determined as follows:

1. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of elementary school pupils of the board.

2. Subtract the elementary capacity for the board, in terms of pupil places, as determined by the Minister in accordance with subsection (13), from the number determined under paragraph 1.

3. If the number determined under paragraph 2 is a positive number, multiply it by the benchmark area requirement of 9.29 metres squared.

4. Multiply the product obtained under paragraph 3 by the benchmark construction cost of $118.40 per metre squared.

5. Determine the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of secondary school pupils of the board.

6. Subtract the secondary capacity for the board, in terms of pupil places, as determined by the Minister in accordance with subsection (13), from the number determined under paragraph 5.

7. If the number determined under paragraph 6 is a positive number, multiply it by the benchmark area requirement of 12.07 metres squared.

8. Multiply the product obtained under paragraph 7 by the benchmark construction cost of $129.17 per metre squared.

9. Add the products obtained under paragraphs 4 and 8.

10. Multiply the sum obtained under paragraph 9 by the geographic adjustment factor specified for the board in Table 6, to obtain the amount for the board for new pupil places. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (11).

(12) In subsections (13) to (17),

“instructional space” means a space in a school that can reasonably be used for instructional purposes; (“aire d’enseignement”)

“school facilities data” means data relating to boards’ school facilities and includes school floor plans and other data compiled in accordance with the Ministry’s school facilities inventory system. (“données sur les installations scolaires”) O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (12).

(13) For the purposes of paragraphs 2 and 6 of subsection (11), the Minister shall determine an elementary capacity and a secondary capacity for the board as follows:

1. Apply the loadings determined under subsection (14) to the elementary and secondary school instructional spaces of the board, as categorized under subsection (14).

2. Where applicable, adjust the result determined under paragraph 1 in accordance with subsection (15).

3. Where applicable, adjust the result determined under paragraph 2 in accordance with subsections (19) and (20). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (13).

(14) The Minister shall determine loadings and categories of instructional space as follows:

1. Using school facilities data, the Minister shall identify categories of instructional space. In identifying categories of instructional space, the Minister shall have regard to but is not limited to the categories identified in the Report of the Pupil Accommodation Review Committee, dated August, 1998, which Report was released by the Ministry to school boards in September of 1998 and is available for public inspection at the offices of the Ministry of Education and Training, 900 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, M7A 1L2.

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. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (14); O. Reg. 167/00, s. 5 (3).

(15) The Minister shall make such adjustments under paragraph 2 of subsection (13) as the Minister considers appropriate to take account of funds received by one board from another board in connection with a determination made under Ontario Regulation 460/97 respecting the disposition of an asset of an old board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (15).

(16) For the purposes of paragraph 15 of subsection (3), paragraph 14 of subsection (10) and subsection (19), the Minister shall determine the capacity of an elementary school as follows:

1. Apply the loadings determined under subsection (14) to the instructional spaces of the school, as categorized under subsection (14).

2. Take the elementary capacity for the board that governs the school, as determined under subsection (13) but without applying paragraph 2 of that subsection.

3. Multiply the elementary capacity for the board that governs the school, as determined under subsection (13), by the amount determined under paragraph 1.

4. Divide the product obtained under paragraph 3 by the amount taken under paragraph 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (16).

(17) For the purposes of paragraph 17 of subsection (3), paragraph 16 of subsection (10) and subsection (20), the Minister shall determine the capacity of a secondary school as follows:

1. Apply the loadings determined under subsection (14) to the instructional spaces of the school, as categorized under subsection (14).

2. Take the secondary capacity for the board that governs the school, as determined under subsection (13) but without applying paragraph 2 of that subsection.

3. Multiply the secondary capacity for the board that governs the school, as determined under subsection (13), by the amount determined under paragraph 1.

4. Divide the product obtained under paragraph 3 by the amount taken under paragraph 2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (17).

(18) Subsection (19) or (20) applies in relation to an elementary or secondary school of a board if,

(a) the board has submitted evidence satisfactory to the Minister that the board has,

(i) by December 31, 1998, developed a pupil accommodation review policy containing the four elements specified in Appendix B of the technical paper published by the Ministry entitled “Student Focused Funding — Pupil Accommodation Grants”, dated September, 1998,

(ii) by December 31, 1998, passed a resolution to close the school at the end of the 1998-99 school year, and

(iii) within 30 days of passing a resolution described in subclause (ii) in respect of the school, issued a proposal under Ontario Regulation 444/98 to dispose of the school at no cost to the Ontario Realty Corporation or to a board; or

(b) the board has notified the Minister in writing that the school will be disposed of in accordance with an order of the Education Improvement Commission under Ontario Regulation 460/97. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (18).

(19) The elementary capacity determined for the board under subsection (13) shall be adjusted as follows:

1. For each elementary school of the board to which subsec-tion (18) applies, determine a capacity in accordance with subsection (16).

2. Total the amounts determined under paragraph 1 for elementary schools of the board.

3. Subtract the total determined under paragraph 2 from the elementary capacity determined for the board under subsection (13). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (19).

(20) The secondary capacity determined for the board under subsection (13) shall be adjusted as follows:

1. For each secondary school of the board to which subsection (18) applies, determine a capacity in accordance with subsection (17).

2. Total the amounts determined under paragraph 1 for secondary schools of the board.

3. Subtract the total determined under paragraph 2 from the secondary capacity determined for the board under subsection (13). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (20).

(21) The amount for the board for outstanding capital commitments shall be determined as follows:

1. Take the number of elementary school pupil places shown in Column 2 of Table 7, opposite the name of the board.

2. Multiply the number taken under paragraph 1 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 9.29 metres squared.

3. Multiply the product obtained under paragraph 2 by the benchmark construction cost of $118.40 per metre squared.

4. Take the number of secondary school pupil places shown in Column 3 of Table 7, opposite the name of the board.

5. Multiply the number taken under paragraph 4 by the benchmark area requirement per pupil of 12.07 metres squared.

6. Multiply the product obtained under paragraph 5 by the benchmark construction cost of $129.17 per metre squared.

7. Add the products obtained under paragraphs 3 and 6. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 38 (21).

Debt Charges Allocation

39. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), for the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 11, the amount of the debt charges allocation for a district school board shall be the total of the payments on account of principal and interest that are due and payable by the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year in order to service debt incurred, by the board or by a predecessor old board of the board, to finance the acquisition of a capital asset where,

(a) the acquisition is pursuant to a contractual obligation entered into by the board or predecessor old board before May 15, 1998; or

(b) the acquisition is for the purposes of a capital project the estimated project cost of which was approved in writing by the Minister before May 15, 1998. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 39 (1).

(2) With respect to debt incurred before May 15, 1998, subsection (1) ceases to apply in respect of a debt if the amount, terms or conditions of the obligation are renegotiated on or after May 15, unless the renegotiated amount, terms and conditions are approved in writing by the Minister. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 39 (2).

(3) With respect to debt incurred on or after May 15, 1998, subsection (1) applies only if the amount, terms and conditions of the debt are approved in writing by the Minister. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 39 (3).

Phase-in Funding

40. For the purposes of paragraph 4 of section 11, the total determined for a district school board under paragraph 3 of section 11 shall be adjusted as follows:

1. Calculate the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for the board, in accordance with section 41.

2. Calculate the operating revenue for the 1999-2000 fiscal year for the board, in accordance with section 42.

3. Using the calculations under paragraphs 1 and 2, calculate the change in operating revenue for the board, in accordance with section 43.

4. Calculate the 1998-99 enrolment for the board, in accordance with section 44.

5. Calculate the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board, in accordance with section 45.

6. Where the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board is more than 1.04, subtract an amount determined in accordance with section 46 from the total determined for the board under paragraph 3 of section 11.

7. This paragraph does not apply where the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board is more than 1.04. Where the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board or the change in operating revenue for the board is less than 0.96, add an amount determined in accordance with section 47 to the total determined for the board under paragraph 3 of section 11. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 40.

41. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of section 40, the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for a district school board shall be calculated as follows:

1. Take the amount calculated for the board under section 42 of Ontario Regulation 287/98. Add back the amount, if any, deducted for the board under paragraph 6 of that section.

2. Where paragraph 6 of section 40 of Ontario Regulation 287/98 applies, adjust the amount taken under paragraph 1 by deducting the amount calculated under subsection 46 (2) of Ontario Regulation 287/98.

3. Where paragraph 7 of section 40 of Ontario Regulation 287/98 applies, adjust the amount taken under paragraph 1 by adding the amount calculated under subsection 47 (2) of Ontario Regulation 287/98.

4. In the case of Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario, deduct an amount determined as follows:

i. Determine the 1998-99 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 287/98, counting only pupils of the board who were enrolled in the schools listed in subsection (2) during the period from September 1, 1998 to August 31, 1999.

ii. Multiply the enrolment determined under subparagraph i by $11,500.

5. In the case of Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario, add the amount determined under paragraph 4. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 41 (1).

(1.1) For the purposes of subsection (1), a reference to Ontario Regulation 287/98 is a reference to that regulation as it read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act. O. Reg. 224/04, s. 6.

(2) The following are the schools referred to in subparagraph i of paragraph 4 of subsection (1):

1. École secondaire Chapleau in Chapleau.

2. École secondaire Jeunesse-Nord in Blind River.

3. École secondaire Espanola in Espanola. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 41 (2).

42. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of section 40, the operating revenue for the 1999-2000 fiscal year for a district school board shall be calculated as follows:

1. Total the amounts determined for the board under this Regulation for each type of allocation, not including the amount of the debt charges allocation for the board, as determined under section 39, and the amount of the summer school remedial allocation for the board, as determined under section 32.

2. Deduct the amount determined for the board for school renewal under subsection 38 (10).

3. Deduct the amount determined for the board for new pupil places under subsection 38 (11).

4. Deduct the amount determined for the board for outstanding capital commitments under subsection 38 (21).

5. Deduct the total of the approved special incidence ISA claims for pupils of the board, as determined for the purposes of clause 18 (b).

6. Where an adjustment has been made under section 20 to the amount calculated for the board under section 18, the amount deducted for the board under paragraph 5 shall be increased or decreased by the amount that the Minister considers appropriate to take account of the adjustment made under section 20. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 42.

43. For the purposes of paragraph 3 of section 40, the change in operating revenue for a board shall be calculated by dividing the operating revenue for the 1999-2000 fiscal year for the board, as determined under section 42, by the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for the board, as determined under section 41. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 43.

44. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 4 of section 40, the 1998-99 enrolment for a board is the 1998-99 day school average daily enrolment for the board, within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 287/98 as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act, except that,

(a) pupils who were enrolled in junior kindergarten during the period from September 1, 1998 to August 31, 1999 shall not be counted; and

(b) all pupils enrolled in kindergarten during the period from September 1, 1998 to August 31, 1999 shall be counted as half-time pupils. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 44 (1); O. Reg. 224/04, s. 7.

(2) In the case of Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario, the 1998-99 day school average daily enrolment determined under subsection (1) shall be adjusted by deducting the enrolment amount determined under subparagraph i of paragraph 4 of subsection 41 (1). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 44 (2).

(3) In the case of Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario, the 1998-99 day school average daily enrolment determined under subsection (1) shall be adjusted by adding the enrolment amount determined under subparagraph i of paragraph 4 of subsection 41 (1). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 44 (3).

45. For the purposes of paragraph 5 of section 40, the adjusted change in operating revenue for a board shall be calculated by multiplying the change in operating revenue calculated for the board under section 43 by a factor obtained by dividing the 1998-99 enrolment for the board, calculated under section 44, by the 1999-2000 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the board, excluding pupils of the board enrolled in junior kindergarten. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 45.

46. (1) This section applies where the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 45, is more than 1.04. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 46 (1).

(2) Where this section applies, an amount calculated as follows shall be subtracted from the total determined for the board under paragraph 3 of section 11:

1. Determine the amount by which the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 45, exceeds 1.04. If this excess amount is greater than 0.04, reduce it to 0.04.

2. Multiply the excess amount obtained under paragraph 1 by the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for the board, as calculated under section 41. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 46 (2).

47. (1) This section applies,

(a) where the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 45, is less than 0.96; or

(b) where the change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 43, is less than 0.96, if the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 45, is not more than 1.04. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 47 (1).

(2) Where this section applies, an amount calculated as follows shall be added to the total determined for the board under paragraph 3 of section 11:

1. Determine the amount by which the change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 43, is less than 0.96.

2. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 1 by the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for the board, as calculated under section 41.

3. Determine the amount by which the adjusted change in operating revenue for the board, as calculated under section 45, is less than 0.96.

4. Multiply the amount obtained under paragraph 3 by the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for the board, as calculated under section 41.

5. Take the greater of the amounts determined under paragraphs 2 and 4.

6. Deduct from the amount determined under paragraph 5 the total of the approved special incidence ISA claims for pupils of the board, as determined for the purposes of clause 18 (b).

7. Where an adjustment has been made under section 20 to the amount calculated for the board under section 18, the amount deducted for the board under paragraph 6 shall be increased or decreased by the amount that the Minister considers appropriate to take account of the adjustment made under section 20. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 47 (2).

Stable Funding Guarantee

48. (1) This section applies to a district school board if the amount determined under section 41 as the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for a board exceeds the amount determined for the board in accordance with subsection (2). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 48 (1).

(2) The second amount referred to in subsection (1) shall be determined as follows:

1. If neither paragraph 6 nor paragraph 7 of section 40 applies to the board, take the amount determined under section 42 as the operating revenue for the 1999-2000 fiscal year for the board. Add the total of the approved special incidence ISA claims for pupils of the board, as determined for the purposes of clause 18 (b), adjusted, where applicable, in accordance with subsection (3).

2. If paragraph 6 of section 40 applies to the board, take the amount determined under section 42 as the operating revenue for the 1999-2000 fiscal year for the board. Subtract the amount calculated for the board under subsection 46 (2).

3. If paragraph 7 of section 40 applies to the board, take the amount determined under section 42 as the operating revenue for the 1999-2000 fiscal year for the board. Add the amount calculated for the board under subsection 47 (2). Add the total of the approved special incidence ISA claims for pupils of the board, as determined for the purposes of clause 18 (b), adjusted, where applicable, in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 48 (2).

(3) Where an adjustment has been made under section 20 to the amount calculated for the board under section 18, the amount added for the board under paragraph 1 or 3, as the case may be, as the total of the approved special incidence ISA claims for its pupils shall be increased or decreased by the amount that the Minister considers appropriate to take account of the adjustment made under section 20. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 48 (3).

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 5 of section 11, the stable funding guarantee amount for a district school board shall be the amount by which the operating revenue for the 1998-99 fiscal year for the board, as determined under section 41, exceeds the amount determined for the board under subsection (2). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 48 (4).

Grants for Certain Capital Projects

49. (1) For the purposes of this section,

“Canada-Ontario Infrastructure Works capital project” means a project funded under the Canada-Ontario Infrastructure Program Agreement, dated January 1, 1994 and amended August 26, 1996. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 49 (1).

(2) Any grant or portion of a grant that, but for this subsection, would be payable to a district school board under a previous legislative grant regulation in respect of any capital project, other than a Canada-Ontario Infrastructure Works capital project, and that is not paid before September 1, 1999 is not payable under this Regulation or under any previous legislative grant regulation. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 49 (2).

(3) Any grant or portion of a grant that, but for this section, would be payable to a district school board under a previous legislative grant regulation in respect of a Canada-Ontario Infrastructure Works capital project and that is not paid before September 1, 1999,

(a) is not payable under any previous legislative grant regulation; and

(b) shall be deemed to be a grant payable under this Regulation. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 49 (3).

(4) When exercising the authority provided by subsection 234 (8) of the Act for the purposes of grants or portions of grants payable under subsection (3), the Minister may provide for an instalment to be paid after August 31, 2000. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 49 (4).

Mould-Related Expenditures

49.1 For the purpose of paragraph 10 of section 11, the amount payable to a district school board for mould-related expenditures shall be determined as follows:

1. Take the lesser of,

i. the amount set out in Column 2 of Table 9 opposite the name of the board, and

ii. the amount of the board’s mould-related expenditures approved by the Minister.

2. Subtract the amount determined for the board under paragraph 1 from the amount calculated for the board under subsection 38 (10). Where the difference is a negative number, it shall be deemed to be zero.

3. Divide $50,000,000 by the total of the amounts calculated under paragraph 2 for all district school boards.

4. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 2 for the board by the amount determined under paragraph 3.

5. Take the lesser of,

i. the amount determined for the board under paragraph 4, and

ii. the amount set out in Column 3 of Table 9 opposite the name of the board. O. Reg. 234/00, s. 2.

Enveloping

50. It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a district school board under this Regulation that the board manage its estimates process and its expenditures so as to ensure compliance with the requirements of sections 51 to 53. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 50.

51. (1) For the purposes of this section,

(a) an expenditure by a board is a classroom expenditure if it is an expenditure categorized in the Ministry’s 1998-99 Uniform Code of Accounts as a classroom expenditure; and

(b) an expenditure by a board is a non-classroom expenditure if it is an expenditure categorized in the Ministry’s 1998-99 Uniform Code of Accounts as a non-classroom expenditure. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (1).

(2) Subject to subsection (8), a district school board shall ensure that its 1999-2000 net classroom expenditure amount, calculated in accordance with subsection (3), is at least equal to its 1999-2000 classroom expenditure allocation amount, calculated in accordance with subsection (5). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (2).

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the 1999-2000 net classroom expenditure amount for a board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the total amount of the board’s classroom expenditures in the 1999-2000 fiscal year.

2. Subtract the amount determined for the board under subsection (4), on account of classroom-related revenue from sources other than legislative grants and school taxes. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (3).

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection (3), the amount on account of classroom-related revenue from sources other than legislative grants and school taxes for the board shall be the total of the following amounts:

1. Take 68.49 per cent of the total of the board’s revenues under sections 3, 5 and 6 of the 1999-2000 fees regulation.

2. Determine the total of the amounts spent on classroom expenditures from reserves of the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year.

3. This paragraph applies to grants to the board, other than grants made under this Regulation, and to donations to the board, where the board is legally required to spend the full amount of the grant or donation on expenditures that are classroom expenditures within the meaning of this section. Determine the amount received by the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year from grants and donations to which this paragraph applies.

4. This paragraph applies to grants to the board, other than grants made under this Regulation, and to donations to the board, where the board is not legally required to spend the full amount of the grant or donation on expenditures that are classroom expenditures within the meaning of this section. Determine the amount received by the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year from grants and donations to which this paragraph applies that are spent in the 1999-2000 fiscal year on expenditures that are classroom expenditures within the meaning of this section.

5. Determine the amount received by the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year from revenue sources not mentioned in paragraphs 1 to 4 that are spent in the 1999-2000 fiscal year on expenditures that are classroom expenditures within the meaning of this section. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (4).

(5) For the purposes of subsection (2), the 1999-2000 classroom expenditure allocation amount for a board shall be determined as follows:

1. Determine the amount calculated for the board under paragraph 2 of section 13, on account of the foundation allocation for elementary school pupils.

2. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for the elementary school part of foundation allocations to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 1.

3. Determine the amount calculated for the board under paragraph 4 of section 13, on account of the foundation allocation for secondary school pupils.

4. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for the secondary school part of foundation allocations to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 3.

5. Determine an amount for the board on account of Native language and French as a first or second language, as follows:

i. In the case of an English-language district school board, total the amounts determined for the board under paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 21.

ii. In the case of a French-language district school board, total the amounts determined for the board under paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 25.

6. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for Native language and French as a first or second language to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 5.

7. Determine an amount for the board on account of ESL/ESD/ALF/PDF, as follows:

i. In the case of an English-language district school board, take the amount determined for the board under paragraph 3 of section 21.

ii. In the case of a French-language district school board, take the amount determined for the board under paragraph 3 of section 25.

8. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for ESL/ESD/ALF/PDF to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 7.

9. Take the amount determined under subsection 34 (11) as the elementary school teacher compensation allocation for the board.

10. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for elementary school teacher compensation to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 9.

11. Take the amount determined under subsection 34 (12) as the secondary school teacher compensation allocation for the board.

12. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for secondary school teacher compensation to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 11.

13. Determine the amount of each type of allocation determined for the board under sections 14, 29, 30, 31 and 35.

14. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for each type of allocation for which an amount is determined under paragraph 13 to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 13 for that type of allocation.

15. Multiply the enrolment number determined for the board under paragraph 1 of subsection 33 (1) by $2,257, to determine an adult day school amount for the board.

16. Apply the percentage specified in Table 8 for adult day school to the amount determined for the board under paragraph 15.

17. Determine the amount, if any, calculated for the board under subsection 46 (2) as a phase-in funding deduction amount. Apply the percentage determined for the board under subsection (6) to that amount.

18. Determine the amount, if any, calculated for the board under subsection 47 (2) as a phase-in funding addition amount. Apply the percentage determined for the board under subsection (6) to that amount.

19. Take the stable funding guarantee amount, if any, determined for the board under section 48. Apply the percentage determined for the board under subsection (7) to that amount.

20. Total the amounts determined for the board under paragraphs 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16.

21. Where paragraph 17 applies to the board, deduct the amount obtained for the board under that paragraph from the amount obtained for the board under paragraph 20.

22. Where paragraph 18 applies to the board, add the amount obtained for the board under that paragraph to the amount obtained for the board under paragraph 20.

23. Where paragraph 19 applies to the board, add the amount obtained for the board under that paragraph to the amount obtained for the board under paragraph 21 or 22, as the case may be. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (5).

(6) For the purposes of paragraphs 17 and 18 of subsection (5), the board shall determine a percentage that reasonably corresponds to the way in which the board actually applies the phase-in funding deduction amount or phase-in funding addition amount, as the case may be, to classroom expenditures in the 1999-2000 fiscal year. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (6).

(7) For the purposes of paragraph 19 of subsection (5), the board shall determine a percentage that reasonably corresponds to the way in which the board actually applies the stable funding guarantee amount to classroom expenditures in the 1999-2000 fiscal year. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (7).

(8) A board shall be deemed to be in compliance with subsection (2) where its 1999-2000 classroom expenditure allocation, calculated in accordance with subsection (5), exceeds its 1999-2000 net classroom expenditure amount, calculated in accordance with subsection (3), if the board demonstrates, in a written report to the Minister, that the excess is accounted for by reason of expenditures other than non-classroom expenditures. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (8).

(9) For example,

(a) an amount paid on account of a part of a deficit from a previous year where the part of the deficit is reasonably attributable to classroom expenditures is not a non-classroom expenditure; and

(b) an amount placed in a reserve fund for classroom expenditures is not a non-classroom expenditure. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (9).

(10) In making a determination under subsection (6) or (7), the board shall not apply the phase-in funding addition amount or the stable funding guarantee amount to expenditures that are not classroom expenditures and shall not apply the phase-in funding deduction amount to expenditures that are classroom expenditures if doing so would reduce the board’s 1999-2000 net classroom expenditure allocation, calculated in accordance with subsection (5), to an amount lower than the amount for the board set out in the column entitled “1997 Net Expenditure” and the row entitled “9 Sub-total” in the Table entitled “Classroom—Non-classroom Summary Report”, which Table was released by the Ministry to school boards on March 25, 1998 and is available for public inspection at the offices of the Ministry of Education and Training, 900 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, M7A 1L2. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 51 (10).

52. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a district school board shall ensure that an amount equal to the total of the special education allocation determined for the board under section 14 and the amount placed in the board’s special education reserve fund in the fiscal year beginning on September 1, 1998 and ending on August 31, 1999, less the programs in facilities amount determined for the board under section 19, is spent in the 1999-2000 fiscal year on special education for pupils of the board. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 52 (1).

(2) Where a board’s expenditure on special education for its pupils in the 1999-2000 fiscal year is less than the result obtained by subtracting the programs in facilities amount determined for the board under section 19 from the total of the special education allocation determined for the board under section 14 and the amount placed in the board’s special education reserve fund in the fiscal year beginning on September 1, 1998 and ending on August 31, 1999, the board shall place the difference in the board’s special education reserve fund. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 52 (2).

(3) This section shall not be interpreted as limiting the amount that a board may spend on special education. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 52 (3).

53. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a district school board shall ensure that an amount equal to the total of the following amounts is spent in the 1999-2000 fiscal year on the acquisition of capital assets:

1. The amount determined for the board under subsection 38 (10) for school renewal.

2. The amount determined for the board under subsection 38 (11) for new pupil places.

3. The amount determined for the board under subsection 38 (21) for outstanding capital commitments.

4. The amount payable to the board for mould-related expenditures, determined under section 49.1. O. Reg. 234/00, s. 3.

(2) Where a board’s expenditure in the 1999-2000 fiscal year on the acquisition of capital assets is less than the total amount referred to in subsection (1), the board shall place the difference in the board’s pupil accommodation allocation reserve fund. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 53 (2).

(3) This section shall not be interpreted as limiting the amount that a board may spend on the acquisition of capital assets. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 53 (3).

54. (1) It is a condition of the payment of a grant to a district school board under this Regulation that,

(a) the board manage its estimates process and its expenditures so that the total of its administration expenditures and governance expenditures in the 1999-2000 fiscal year does not exceed the administration and governance allocation amount determined for it under section 37; or

(b) the board submit the plan referred to in subsection (3). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 54 (1).

(2) For the purposes of this section,

(a) an expenditure by a board is an administration expenditure if it is an expenditure categorized in the Ministry’s 1998-99 Uniform Code of Accounts as an administration expenditure; and

(b) an expenditure by a board is a governance expenditure if it is an expenditure categorized in the Ministry’s 1998-99 Uniform Code of Accounts as a governance expenditure. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 54 (2).

(3) Where the total of a board’s administration expenditures and governance expenditures in the 1999-2000 fiscal year exceeds the administration and governance allocation amount determined for the board under section 37, the board shall submit a written plan to the Minister outlining how it proposes to reduce the total of the amounts that it spends on administration expenditures and governance expenditures so that, by the fiscal year 2000-2001, that total does not exceed the administration and governance allocation amount determined for the board under section 37. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 54 (3).

(4) Where a board to which subsection (3) applies submitted a plan under subsection 54 (6) of Ontario Regulation 287/98 as that regulation read immediately before it was revoked by Ontario Regulation 223/04 made under the Act, the board shall meet the requirements of subsection (3) by updating that plan and submitting the updated plan to the Minister. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 54 (4); O. Reg. 224/04, s. 8.

PART III
GRANTS TO SCHOOL AUTHORITIES

Grants to Isolate Boards

55. (1) For the purposes of this section, the approved expenditure of an isolate board is the expenditure 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 1999-2000 legislative grant. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (1).

(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 school authorities. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (2).

(3) For the purposes of this section, the 1999-2000 tax revenue of an isolate board shall be determined as follows:

1. Add,

i. 38 per cent of the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 1999 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 and under section 10 of Ontario Regulation 509/98,

ii. 62 per cent of the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2000 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 and under section 10 of Ontario Regulation 509/98,

iii. 38 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year from a municipality under subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act,

iv. 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year from a municipality under subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act,

v. the total of the taxes received by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under section 35 of the Assessment Act,

vi. 38 per cent of the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under subsection 371.1 (1) of the Municipal Act,

vii. 62 per cent of the payments in lieu of taxes distributed to the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under subsection 371.1 (1) of the Municipal Act,

viii. 38 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under the Municipal Grants Act (Canada) or under any Act of Canada that permits a payment to be made by a government or a government agency in lieu of taxes on real property,

ix. 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, received by the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under the Municipal Grants Act (Canada) or under any Act of Canada that permits a payment to be made by a government or a government agency in lieu of taxes on real property,

x. the total of the amounts, if any, distributed to the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year under subsection 2 (3) of Ontario Regulation 365/98, and

xi. the total of the amounts, if any, paid to the board in the 1999-2000 fiscal year under clause 3 (1) (a) of Ontario Regulation 366/98.

2. Deduct the cost incurred in the 1999-2000 fiscal year by the board under section 257.7 of the Act in collecting taxes for school purposes in territory without municipal organization, to a maximum of 2 per cent of the sum of,

i. 38 per cent of the total amount of taxes levied by it for 1999 for school purposes in territory without municipal organization, and

ii. 62 per cent of the total amount of taxes levied by it for 2000 for school purposes in territory without municipal organization.

3. Deduct the amounts charged to the board in the 1999 calendar year by a municipal council under section 421 of the Municipal Act, including amounts charged under that section as a result of private legislation.

4. Deduct the total of the amounts paid as rebates by the board under section 257.2.1 of the Act in the 1999-2000 fiscal year.

5. Deduct 38 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under subsections 442.1 (7) and 442.2 (8.1) of the Municipal Act.

6. Deduct 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under subsections 442.1 (7) and 442.2 (8.1) of the Municipal Act. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (3).

(4) Amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under section 257.11 of the Act shall be deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 1999 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in subparagraph i of paragraph 1 of subsection (3). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (4).

(5) Amounts, if any, paid by the Minister to the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under section 257.11 of the Act shall be deemed to be amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2000 calendar year under a provision of the Act referred to in subparagraph ii of paragraph 1 of subsection (3). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (5).

(6) Paragraph 2 of subsection (3) shall not be interpreted to preclude including in the board’s approved expenditure an amount on account of the costs incurred by the board in collecting taxes in territory without municipal organization, where those costs exceed the amount deducted under paragraph 2 of subsection (3). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (6).

(7) Where the approved expenditure of an isolate board exceeds its 1999-2000 tax revenue, the board shall be paid a grant equal to the excess. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 55 (7).

Grants to Section 68 Boards

56. A section 68 board shall be paid a grant in an amount determined as follows:

1. Take the expenditure of the board for the 1999-2000 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,

iii. expenditures for the restoration of destroyed or damaged capital assets, and

iv. provisions for reserves for working funds and provisions for reserve funds.

2. Deduct the revenue of the board for the 1999-2000 fiscal year, not including revenue from,

i. legislative grants,

ii. an organization on whose property a school of the board is located, and

iii. refunds of expenditure of the kind described in subparagraph i, ii or iii of paragraph 1. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 56.

PART IV
PAYMENTS TO GOVERNING AUTHORITIES

57. In this Part,

“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 as defined in the Indian Act (Canada). O. Reg. 214/99, s. 57.

58. (1) This section applies where a pupil who is not resident in a Crown establishment,

(a) resides in a territorial district on land that is not part of a school section or separate school zone and attends an elementary school supported by local taxation in Manitoba or Quebec; or

(b) resides in a territorial district on land that is not part of a secondary school district and attends a secondary school supported by local taxation in Manitoba or Quebec. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 58 (1).

(2) 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. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 58 (2).

59. (1) This section applies where,

(a) a pupil who resides in a territorial district is resident in a school section, separate school zone or a Crown establishment and attends an elementary school supported by local taxation in Manitoba or Quebec; and

(b) the Minister is of the opinion that,

(i) daily transportation to the elementary school in Ontario that the pupil would otherwise attend is impracticable due to distance and terrain, and

(ii) the provision of board, lodging and weekly transportation is impracticable because of the age or disability of the pupil. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 59 (1).

(2) The Minister shall pay the governing authority of the elementary school attended by the pupil the amount agreed on between the governing authority and the Minister. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 59 (2).

60. (1) This section applies where a pupil who resides in a territorial district,

(a) is not resident in a school section, a separate school zone or 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 where the band, council of a band or education authority is authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for Indians. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 60 (1).

(2) 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. O. Reg. 214/99, s. 60 (2).

TABLE 1
ESL/ESD GRANT

Item

Column 1

Column 2

 

Board Name

Amount $

1.

District School Board Ontario North East

12,908

2.

Algoma District School Board

7,856

3.

Rainbow District School Board

16,897

4.

Near North District School Board

9,514

5.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

8,405

6.

Rainy River District School Board

3,127

7.

Lakehead District School Board

33,881

8.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

531

9.

Bluewater District School Board

57,719

10.

Avon Maitland District School Board

83,985

11.

Greater Essex County District School Board

284,985

12.

Lambton Kent District School Board

72,464

13.

Thames Valley District School Board

515,192

14.

Toronto District School Board

6,241,876

15.

Durham District School Board

185,698

16.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

27,701

17.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

0

18.

York Region District School Board

791,651

19.

Simcoe County District School Board

56,266

20.

Upper Grand District School Board

183,294

21.

Peel District School Board

1,417,922

22.

Halton District School Board

153,833

23.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

430,021

24.

District School Board of Niagara

134,140

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

91,497

26.

Waterloo Region District School Board

567,007

27.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

665,330

28.

Upper Canada District School Board

21,721

29.

Limestone District School Board

51,587

30.

Renfrew County District School Board

10,339

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

25,470

32.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

3,607

33.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

3,744

34.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

6,603

35.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

7,911

36.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1,863

37.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

160

38.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

17,252

39.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

0

40.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

4,143

41.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

10,223

42.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

194,873

43.

English-language Separate District School Board No. 38

156,985

44.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

25,820

45.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

2,648,729

46.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

11,994

47.

York Catholic District School Board

447,149

48.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1,118,966

49.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

30,307

50.

Durham Catholic District School Board

85,767

51.

Halton Catholic District School Board

107,220

52.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

241,105

53.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

36,169

54.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

228,853

55.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

65,110

56.

Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board

29,548

57.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

11,571

58.

Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board

311,992

59.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

4,204

60.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

25,315

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 1.

TABLE 2
ASSIMILATION FACTORS FOR ALF FUNDING

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

 

French Language Board

English Language Coterminous Board

Assimilation Factor

1.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

District School Board Ontario North East

1.0

2.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

Near North District School Board

1.0

3.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1.5

4.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

Algoma District School Board

1.5

5.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

Rainbow District School Board

1.0

6.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1.5

7.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

Rainy River District School Board

1.5

8.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

Lakehead District School Board

1.5

9

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1.5

10.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Bluewater District School Board

1.5

11.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Avon Maitland District School Board

1.5

12.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Greater Essex County District School Board

1.5

13.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Lambton Kent District School Board

1.5

14.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Thames Valley District School Board

1.5

15.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Toronto District School Board

1.5

16.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Durham District School Board

1.5

17.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1.5

18.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1.5

19.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

York Region District School Board

1.5

20.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Simcoe County District School Board

1.5

21.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Upper Grand District School Board

1.5

22.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Peel District School Board

1.5

23.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Halton District School Board

1.5

24.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

1.5

25.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

District School Board of Niagara

1.5

26.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Grand Erie District School Board

1.5

27.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

Waterloo Region District School Board

1.5

28.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1.0

29.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

Upper Canada District School Board

1.0

30.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

Limestone District School Board

1.5

31.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

Renfrew County District School Board

1.5

32.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1.5

33.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1.0

34.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

1.0

35.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

1.5

36.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1.0

37.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1.5

38.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1.5

39.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1.5

40.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1.5

41.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1.5

42.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

1.5

43.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1.5

44.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

1.5

45.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1.5

46.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

English-language Separate District School Board No. 38

1.5

47.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1.5

48.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Durham Catholic District School Board

1.5

49.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

1.5

50.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

York Catholic District School Board

1.5

51.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1.5

52.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1.5

53.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Halton Catholic District School Board

1.5

54.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

1.5

55.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1.5

56.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1.5

57.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1.5

58.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board

1.0

59.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1.5

60.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1.0

61.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1.5

62.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

1.5

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 2; O. Reg. 532/00, s. 2.

TABLE 3
DISTANCE AND URBAN FACTORS FOR REMOTE AND RURAL ALLOCATIONS

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

 

Board Name

Distance

Urban Factor

1.

District School Board Ontario North East

680 km

0.946

2.

Algoma District School Board

790 km

0.809

3.

Rainbow District School Board

455 km

0.821

4.

Near North District School Board

332 km

0.913

5.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1801 km

1.000

6.

Rainy River District School Board

1630 km

1.000

7.

Lakehead District School Board

1375 km

0.549

8.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1440 km

1.000

9.

Bluewater District School Board

177 km

1.000

10.

Avon Maitland District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

11.

Greater Essex County District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

12.

Lambton Kent District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

13.

Thames Valley District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

14.

Toronto District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

15.

Durham District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

16.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

161 km

0.942

17.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

253 km

1.000

18.

York Region District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

19.

Simcoe County District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

20.

Upper Grand District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

21.

Peel District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

22.

Halton District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

23.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

24.

District School Board of Niagara

< 151 km

1.000

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

26.

Waterloo Region District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

27.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

28.

Upper Canada District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

29.

Limestone District School Board

235 km

0.717

30.

Renfrew County District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

251 km

0.971

32.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

680 km

0.946

33.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

332 km

0.913

34.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

790 km

0.777

35.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

390 km

0.780

36.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1715 km

1.000

37.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1855 km

1.000

38.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1375 km

0.501

39.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1440 km

1.000

40.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

177 km

1.000

41.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

42.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

43.

English-language Separate District School Board No. 38

< 151 km

1.000

44.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

45.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

46.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

161 km

0.942

47.

York Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

48.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

49.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

50.

Durham Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

51.

Halton Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

52.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

53.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

54.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

55.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

56.

Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

57.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

< 151 km

1.000

58.

Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

59.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

< 151 km

1.000

60.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

277 km

0.986

61.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

634 km

0.939

62.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

1191 km

0.8620

63.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

< 151 km

1.000

64.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

< 151 km

1.000

65.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

680 km

0.952

66.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

332 km

0.933

67.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

790 km

0.879

68.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

1745 km

0.727

69.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

< 151 km

1.000

70.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

< 151 km

1.000

71.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

< 151 km

1.000

72.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

< 151 km

1.000

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 3.

TABLE 4
LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Item

Column 1

Column 2

 

Name of Board

Allocation for Learning Opportunities $

1.

District School Board Ontario North East

1,474,673

2.

Algoma District School Board

2,240,042

3.

Rainbow District School Board

1,786,217

4.

Near North District School Board

1,838,599

5.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

855,519

6.

Rainy River District School Board

472,125

7.

Lakehead District School Board

1,904,168

8.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

530,177

9.

Bluewater District School Board

743,017

10.

Avon Maitland District School Board

906,166

11.

Greater Essex County District School Board

3,688,449

12.

Lambton Kent District School Board

1,190,574

13.

Thames Valley District School Board

6,118,828

14.

Toronto District School Board

53,334,398

15.

Durham District School Board

1,959,159

16.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1,421,917

17.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

339,581

18.

York Region District School Board

2,932,609

19.

Simcoe County District School Board

1,091,421

20.

Upper Grand District School Board

918,448

21.

Peel District School Board

5,949,939

22.

Halton District School Board

562,368

23.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

6,740,451

24.

District School Board of Niagara

3,161,013

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

2,327,887

26.

Waterloo Region District School Board

3,638,569

27.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

6,623,778

28.

Upper Canada District School Board

1,112,594

29.

Limestone District School Board

1,599,350

30.

Renfrew County District School Board

632,032

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1,409,881

32.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

509,798

33.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

454,337

34.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1,164,422

35.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

945,337

36.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

122,343

37.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

102,056

38.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

957,557

39.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

168,584

40.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

152,434

41.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

130,780

42.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

2,679,022

43.

English-language Separate District School Board No. 38

3,211,654

44.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

546,514

45.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

23,611,599

46.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

533,053

47.

York Catholic District School Board

1,854,829

48.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

4,738,086

49.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

366,487

50.

Durham Catholic District School Board

721,480

51.

Halton Catholic District School Board

270,379

52.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

3,291,086

53.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

267,678

54.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1,701,138

55.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1,507,994

56.

Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board

770,868

57.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

691,106

58.

Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board

3,230,651

59.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

445,592

60.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1,026,142

61.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

194,663

62.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

206,980

63.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

649,021

64.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

690,903

65.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

1,406,429

66.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

650,200

67.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1,362,379

68.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

205,954

69.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

376,990

70.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

926,681

71.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1,194,650

72.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

1,313,558

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 4.

TABLE 5
TEACHER COMPENSATION

Full years of Teaching Experience

Qualification Categories

 

D

C

B

A1/group 1

A2/group 2

A3/group 3

A4/group 4

0

0.5788

0.5788

0.5788

0.6229

0.6487

0.7081

0.7449

1

0.6127

0.6127

0.6127

0.654

0.6864

0.7502

0.7926

2

0.6332

0.6332

0.6332

0.6989

0.7318

0.7969

0.8432

3

0.6523

0.6523

0.6523

0.7416

0.7743

0.8442

0.8925

4

0.7149

0.7149

0.7149

0.7814

0.8158

0.8953

0.9443

5

0.7698

0.7698

0.7698

0.8234

0.8606

0.9435

0.9975

6

0.8225

0.8225

0.8225

0.8655

0.9042

0.9866

1.0473

7

0.8694

0.8694

0.8694

0.9073

0.9472

1.0363

1.0997

8

0.8900

0.8900

0.8900

0.9485

0.9876

1.086

1.1512

9

0.9154

0.9154

0.9154

1.0025

1.0411

1.1534

1.2026

10

0.9667

0.9667

0.9667

1.0451

1.0989

1.2136

1.2949

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 5.

TABLE 6
GEOGRAPHIC ADJUSTMENT FACTORS FOR NEW PUPIL PLACES

Item

Column 1

Column 2

 

District School Boards

Geographic Adjustment Factor

1.

District School Board Ontario North East

1.120

2.

Algoma District School Board

1.106

3.

Rainbow District School Board

1.063

4.

Near North District School Board

1.042

5.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

1.144

6.

Rainy River District School Board

1.142

7.

Lakehead District School Board

1.080

8.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

1.141

9.

Bluewater District School Board

1.007

10.

Avon Maitland District School Board

1.010

11.

Greater Essex County District School Board

1.000

12.

Lambton Kent District School Board

1.000

13.

Thames Valley District School Board

1.000

14.

Toronto District School Board

1.000

15.

Durham District School Board

1.000

16.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1.003

17.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

1.026

18.

York Region District School Board

1.000

19.

Simcoe County District School Board

1.000

20.

Upper Grand District School Board

1.000

21.

Peel District School Board

1.000

22.

Halton District School Board

1.000

23.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

1.000

24.

District School Board of Niagara

1.000

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

1.000

26.

Waterloo Region District School Board

1.000

27.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

1.000

28.

Upper Canada District School Board

1.000

29.

Limestone District School Board

1.015

30.

Renfrew County District School Board

1.000

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

1.025

32.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

1.123

33.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

1.042

34.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

1.104

35.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

1.048

36.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

1.149

37.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

1.143

38.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

1.074

39.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

1.146

40.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

1.007

41.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

1.011

42.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

1.000

43.

English-language Separate District School Board No. 38

1.000

44.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

1.000

45.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

1.000

46.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

1.003

47.

York Catholic District School Board

1.000

48.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

1.000

49.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

1.000

50.

Durham Catholic District School Board

1.000

51.

Halton Catholic District School Board

1.000

52.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

1.000

53.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

1.000

54.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1.000

55.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1.000

56.

Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board

1.000

57.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

1.000

58.

Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board

1.000

59.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

1.000

60.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

1.032

61.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

1.110

62.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

1.116

63.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

1.000

64.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française no 59

1.000

65.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

1.123

66.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

1.043

67.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

1.118

68.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

1.100

69.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

1.000

70.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

1.000

71.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

1.000

72.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

1.000

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 6.

TABLE 7
PUPIL ACCOMMODATION GRANT & GRANTS FOR NEW PUPIL PLACES — OUTSTANDING CAPITAL COMMITMENTS

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

 

District School Board

Pupil Places — Elementary

Pupil Places — Secondary

1.

Bluewater District School Board

 

111

2.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

41

 

3.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

 

452

4.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

144

 

5.

District School Board Ontario North East

281

 

6.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

274

 

7.

Durham Catholic District School Board

79

 

8.

Greater Essex County District School Board

 

122

9.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

204

224

10.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

69

 

11.

Near North District School Board

681

 

12.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

 

107

13.

Peel District School Board

 

83

14.

Simcoe County District School Board

91

 

15.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

274

 

16.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

 

80

17.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

137

 

18.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

 

25

19.

Upper Grand District School Board

 

188

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 7.

TABLE 8
CLASSROOM EXPENDITURE PERCENTAGES

Item

Column 1

Column 2

 

Amounts

% allocated to the classroom

1.

Elementary School Part of Foundation Allocations

79.5%

2.

Secondary School Part of Foundation Allocations

75.9%

3.

Elementary School Teacher Compensation

91.2%

4.

Secondary School Teacher Compensation

84.6%

5.

Small Schools Allocations

50.0%

6.

Remote & Rural Allocations

74.0%

7.

Early Learning Allocations

70.2%

8.

Adult Day School

76.0%

9.

Native Language and French as a First or Second Language

91.1%

10.

ESL/ESD

86.0%

11.

Learning Opportunities Allocations

77.3%

12.

Special Education Allocations

92.0%

O. Reg. 214/99, Table 8.

TABLE 9
MOULD-RELATED EXPENDITURES

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

 

District School Board

Reported Mould-Related Expenditures ($)

Maximum Amount for Mould-Related Expenditures ($)

1.

District School Board Ontario North East

0

0

2.

Algoma District School Board

223,800

0

3.

Rainbow District School Board

0

0

4.

Near North District School Board

0

0

5.

Keewatin-Patricia District School Board

27,293

0

6.

Rainy River District School Board

3,062

0

7.

Lakehead District School Board

18,741

0

8.

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

0

0

9.

Bluewater District School Board

237,349

0

10.

Avon Maitland District School Board

6,703

0

11.

Greater Essex County District School Board

274,741

0

12.

Lambton Kent District School Board

298,753

0

13.

Thames Valley District School Board

0

0

14.

Toronto District School Board

2,700,000

0

15.

Durham District School Board

1,376,696

0

16.

Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

2,075,452

0

17.

Trillium Lakelands District School Board

218,804

0

18.

York Region District School Board

11,749,843

3,180,573

19.

Simcoe County District School Board

157,194

0

20.

Upper Grand District School Board

2,360,385

0

21.

Peel District School Board

18,207,345

5,976,113

22.

Halton District School Board

4,919,475

198,214

23.

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

396,060

0

24.

District School Board of Niagara

118,773

0

25.

Grand Erie District School Board

1,623,696

0

26.

Waterloo Region District School Board

908,510

0

27.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

681,273

0

28.

Upper Canada District School Board

299,300

0

29.

Limestone District School Board

221,829

0

30.

Renfrew County District School Board

63,701

0

31.

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

47,072

0

32.

Northeastern Catholic District School Board

340,523

20,670

33.

Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board

4,652

0

34.

Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board

212,500

0

35.

Sudbury Catholic District School Board

0

0

36.

Northwest Catholic District School Board

0

0

37.

Kenora Catholic District School Board

4,244

0

38.

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board

100,659

0

39.

Superior North Catholic District School Board

26,000

0

40.

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

11,707

0

41.

Huron Perth Catholic District School Board

20,054

0

42.

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board

1,816,381

0

43.

English-language Separate District School Board No. 38

324,694

0

44.

St. Clair Catholic District School Board

55,109

0

45.

Toronto Catholic District School Board

618,242

0

46.

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board

2,427,554

1,066,663

47.

York Catholic District School Board

21,159,711

15,171,550

48.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

30,771,256

20,416,803

49.

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

2,753,088

951,562

50.

Durham Catholic District School Board

1,116,147

0

51.

Halton Catholic District School Board

968,690

0

52.

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board

2,561,134

0

53.

Wellington Catholic District School Board

318,312

0

54.

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

1,716,022

0

55.

Niagara Catholic District School Board

1,757,527

0

56.

Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board

591,407

0

57.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

384,327

0

58.

Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board

1,875,775

0

59.

Renfrew County Catholic District School Board

21,625

0

60.

Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board

350,250

0

61.

Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l’Ontario

0

0

62.

Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario

0

0

63.

Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest

22,540

0

64.

Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n°59

124,467

0

65.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières

131,104

0

66.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord

0

0

67.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

0

0

68.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales

0

0

69.

Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest

70,672

0

70.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud

4,186,845

2,697,569

71.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien

66,494

0

72.

Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario

2,191,275

320,283

O. Reg. 234/00, s. 4.