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 ​2020-2021 Indigenous​ Student Trustee 

We are proud to announce the first-ever Indigenous Student Trustee, Ashton Wood from Huron Heights Secondary School.


Hello / Aaniin,
 
My name is Ashton Wood. I am a Grade 11 student at Huron Heights Secondary School.
I am excited to be the YRDSB's First Indigenous Student Trustee for the 2020-2021 school year. My advocacy for Indigenous rights and humanities began in Grade 8, focusing on The Residential School Experience. I attended a conference on May 5, 2020 held by the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Cultural Resource Center. The conference was held to raise awareness and advocacy for the MMIWG.

I joined the FNMI Program in Grade 2, where I have had many opportunities to learn and support my culture. I look forward to sharing my teachings and knowledge with the Indigenous student body.  

During the summers of 2011-2013, I participated in Lake Simcoe's Splash Floating Water Festival, The Fantastic Forest Experience, The Purple Turtle Artisans Festival and Moonapalooza, a Moon festival held on the shores of Lake Simcoe by The Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nations.

I have been an Ambassador for the Hospital for Sick Children since 2018 and speak at Campaign Events. I attend a Dance Academy in Newmarket, where I am a multi-disciplined dancer. I am an Indigenous artist rendering with both beading and acrylic. I am currently learning ASL and have a video featured in the New York Broadway production of “Dear Evan Hansen”. I enjoy Tik Tok (ashylee1) and have gone worldwide with my Indigenous video platform. I look forward to supporting the Indigenous students of York Region and will provide their voice to the York Region District School Board.

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Contact: ashton.l.wood@yrdsb.ca

2020-2021 Student Trustees

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Christine Lin

My name is Christine Lin, I am a grade 11 student from Newmarket High School and I am thrilled to be your YRDSB Student Trustee for the 2020-2021 school year! My passion for elevating student voice began in grade 10, where I joined my school’s student council, found many like-minded students, and began making changes within my school. I expanded my involvement in the community through co-founding an organization and directing community events to raise awareness surrounding mental health and its importance among students. Then, I found purpose through the YRPC and realized the power the student body possesses and the strength of the ever so growing student voice. During my term, I will be dedicated to implementing more mental health resources at schools, making the YRDSB budget more transparent, promoting equity and inclusivity through step-by-step initiatives and opening up an anonymous suggestions forum to assure that no voice is being left unheard.

 
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Fel​ix Nomerov​​sky

Hello everyone! My name is Felix Nomerovsky from Vaughan Secondary School in grade 11 and I'm excited to be your Student Trustee for the 2020/2021 school year! My main priority as a student trustee is to make sure we could raise our student voice and school spirit. As a future student trustee, I'm ready to work with YOU to address all your concerns and inquires. A bit about myself, I'm an air cadet part of 283 Woodbridge Squadron with a speciality in marksmanship and aviation. Furthermore, I'm the founder of a political discussion group aimed at decreasing the polarization of politics. As for hobbies and interests, I'm into soccer (former goalkeeper for ORSC), playing PS4, watching Netflix and especially flying! I hope as your student trustee I can bring change that you'll see and be happy about!

 
 
 
 
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