First photo, a family of parents and their children pose in the school courtyard. Second photo, a student lays his head on his mother's shoulder while they are sitting on the school courtyard seatwall. Third photo, parents and grandmother are sitting on the courtyard seatwall with their three children. Fourth photo, a group of parents pose with their students while droppping them off at school.

Catholic Parent Involvement Committee Elections

The Toronto Catholic Parent Involvement Committee (CPIC) is a provincially mandated and funded committee. The focus of the committee is to support student academic achievement through increased parent involvement. CPIC is a parent-led committee of ward representatives who work both at the Board and at the ward level.

CPIC members provide information and advice on parent engagement to the school board, create initiatives that promote and facilitate parent engagement, and educate parents to support them in their children’s learning at home and/or at school.

CPIC Elections 2023 Results

We thank everyone for voting in the 2023 CPIC Elections. The results are as below:

Elementary (Two-Year Term)

  • Ward 1: Jennifer Di Francesco

  • Ward 3: Joe Fiorante

  • Ward 5 West: Madeleine Juanche

  • Ward 5 East:

  • Ward 7: Aira Garcia

  • Ward 9: Nadia Weigert

  • Ward 11 North:

  • Ward 11 South: Leticia Caliri

Elementary By-Elections (One-Year Term)

  • Ward 4: Steve Massaroni

  • Ward 6:

  • Ward 8 West:

  • Ward 12: John Del Grande

Secondary Ward Clusters

  • West 1, 2, 3, 4:

  • Central 5, 6, 9, 10: Gus Gikas

  • East 7, 8, 11, 12: Maria Volpentesta

Self-Nomination Form

Qualified parents and guardians interested in running for the position of Toronto CPIC Ward Parent Representative in one of the election CPIC wards are invited to apply using our Self-Nomination Form.

The deadline to submit the Self-Nomination Form for the 2023 Elections has passed.

Toronto CPIC - Community Representative

There are 3 voting community representative positions available in Toronto CPIC, appointed by the CPIC. One of these positions is reserved for a representative member from OAPCE-Toronto, as per the regulation. Therefore, there are two open positions that interested members of the community can apply to on a yearly basis. ​

An organization proposing to appoint an individual must meet ALL of the following criteria:

  • Be connected with an established and recognized community organization, the purpose of which is aligned with CPIC's mandate and vision.

  • Represent a clear geographic or component of the community at large.

  • Be aligned to the TCDSB and Catholic values.

  • Bring added expertise and/or perspective to he Committee's discussions.

CPIC Community Representative Application Form

Interested community members, who wish to be considered for nomination, must apply through our Application Form linked below. The application deadline for 2023 has now passed.

Contact Us

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