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Approved List of Flyers

The following items have been approved by the Lambton Kent District School Board for distribution:

10/26/2018 12:00:00 AM
NHL Alumni Tour Category: Events School: All Schools
Hello, we are hoping to involve your students in a program that we have done across Ontario. The NHL Alumni hockey game is coming to Chatham as it does every year to raise funds for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ontario. We would like to offer your schools tickets for the students to sell at a discount price and your school can keep 1/2 of all the ticket sales. (there is no up front cost to the tickets, what is not sold just gets returned back in at the game) The School that sells the most tickets 1 week before the event will get a free presentation at your school. NHL Alumni hockey players will attend the school and speak to the students on sportsman ship, the important of school and sports and what it is like being a Stanley Cup winner! As well as other prizes such as jerseys, and participating in the game with being on the bench for students and schools that do well with the fundraising. We will have tickets in the next 2 weeks in our office and would be pleased to send 3 of your schools 300 tickets each for them to sell to friends and family. I can also send you all the forms for the kids to help them as well as other information on the contests for the students to keep them enthused. Hope to hear from you soon and have a great day, Karen Lintner Event Logistics
10/27/2018 12:00:00 AM
Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Jazz It Up with May Court Chatham Category: Cultural School: All Schools
The May Court Club of Chatham currently provides emergency food supplies to 27 schools in Chatham-Kent and is also one of the participating organizations in the Queen Elizabeth II School Breakfast Programme. Our club is holding a special fundraising event - Jazz It Up with May Court Chatham - to help raise funds to support the above programs and our other charitable work in this community. Jazz It Up with May Court Chatham will be held on Saturday, October 27th starting at 7 p.m. in the Ten Seven Café which is located at Affinity Jewellers in Chatham (St. Clair & Gregory Drive). A talented local musician – Sonja Gustafson ( ) – will headline this relaxed and casual evening of first class entertainment.
Safe Treating in the Village Category: Events School: All Schools
The Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village Charity is once again hosting its annual Safe Treating in the Village. On Saturday, October 27 for $10 /family (no advance tix required). Wear your costumes & come out to the Safety Village - 21797 Fargo Rd. Blenheim, ON, N0P 1A0 - between 11am & 2pm and SAFELY trick or treat with our community partners for lots of treats & no tricks! Li'l Obie CN's Miniature Train will be there, a train ride for everyone through the park - A crowd favourite! With activities for the kids such as cupcake decorating, crafts, games, a BBQ and the chance to win prizes you don't want to miss this event! If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 519-360-1270. Hope to see you then!
10/31/2018 12:00:00 AM
October is National Principals' Month Category: Other School: All Schools
During the month, we invite you to celebrate outstanding principals in your school communities, sharing their stories, joining the conversation online with the #OutstandingPrincipals hashtag, and encouraging others to do the same. National Principals’ Month is a great opportunity to highlight the work that principals are leading in schools across Canada. Nominations are also open for Canada's Outstanding Principals 2019. You can nominate your principal online at
[WD@S] Water Docs @ School Action Projects Program Registration Extended! (For Gr 7&8 Teachers)! Category: Other School: All Elementary
Calling all Grade 7 and 8 Ontario Teachers! Are you looking for a free, classroom-ready Action Project program to deliver the Ontario Grade 7 Science and Technology curriculum focusing on the protection of water and/or the complete Grade 8 Water unit? Learning for a Sustainable Future in partnership with EcoLogos is offering the Water Docs @ School (WD@S) program. This program is a free, curriculum-connected community action program that actively engages Ontario Grade 7/8 students in addressing water issues through authentic inquiry, project-based learning, and video production. This program helps instill in students a deep caring for the environment, helps develop skills of leadership, team building, project management and filmmaking. Our program engages students in a learning process that includes research, community action, and filmmaking, delivering on Ministry of Education priorities, including: - expectations in the grade eight Science and Technology, Language, Mathematics, Arts, Health and Physical Education, and Geography curricula - global competencies - information and communication technologies to support learning - experiential learning (including, but not limited to, pathways to non-traditional occupations and vocations) - inquiry-focused and play-based teaching and learning The program grows each year, consistently garnering excited reactions from teachers and students alike! We've extended the registration deadline until Oct 31st, 2018, and spots are filling up fast! Join us for an information webinar and/or secure your spot today, register and view past winners by visiting the following link: For more information, please send us an email or give us a call at 416-327-7028! Best, Joanne
11/3/2018 12:00:00 AM
Legislative Assembly of Ontario Model Parliament Program Category: Events School: All Secondary
Three-day educational program opportunity for students in grade 10 to 12. Deadline to apply is November 3rd.
11/9/2018 12:00:00 AM
Speaker's Award for Youth Writers / Prix du président pour les jeunes écrivains Category: Other School: All Schools
Calling all young writers! The Speaker’s Award for Youth Writers invites Ontario youth in grades 7-12 to submit their short stories and personal essays to this writing contest. Original fiction and non-fiction essay submissions are welcome, and a winner from each of the following three grade categories will be chosen: grades 7-8, grades 9-10, and grades 11-12. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Legislative Building in Toronto and have their work published on the Legislative Assembly of Ontario website. Online applications are accepted from September 30th to November 8th, 2018: Appel à tous les jeunes écrivains ! Les élèves de la 7e à la 12e année de l’Ontario sont invités à soumettre leurs nouvelles et leurs dissertations dans le cadre du Prix du président pour les jeunes écrivains. Les textes de fiction et les textes documentaires originaux sont acceptés. Un gagnant sera choisi dans chacune des catégories suivantes : 7e et 8e années, 9e et 10e années, et 11e et 12e années. Les gagnants seront annoncés lors d’une cérémonie de remise de prix qui aura lieu à l’édifice de l’Assemblée législative à Toronto, et les textes gagnants seront publiés sur le site Web de l’Assemblée législative. Les demandes sont acceptées en ligne du 30 septembre au 8 novembre 2018:
11/14/2018 12:00:00 AM
Miracle on 34th Street Student School Matinee Category: Announcement School: All Schools
The Imperial is pleased to host a student school matinee of Theatre Sarnia's production of the beloved holiday class Miracle on 34th Street.
11/23/2018 12:00:00 AM
Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course Category: Announcement School: All Schools
11/28/2018 12:00:00 AM
Miracle on 34th Street Matinee Category: Cultural School: All Schools
The Imperial Theatre is hosting two school matinees of Theatre Sarnia's production of Miracle on 34th Street November 28 & 29.
11/29/2018 12:00:00 AM
Clever Thomas and The Pirate Queen Category: Cultural School: All Elementary
Lambton Young Theatre Players will be presenting four school matinee performances of Clever Thomas and The Pirate Queen at the Sarnia Library Theatre (dates on poster) featuring 20 young actors from across Lambton County.
12/1/2018 12:00:00 AM
Learning Disabilities Association of Chatham-Kent Fall 2018 newsletter and program pamphlet Category: Other School: All Chatham-Kent Elementary
Please share the information with those you feel would benefit.
Safety Squad Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Are you in high school? Do you require volunteer hours? Do you like acting/educating the public? Contact 226-229-0814 to join the "Safety Squad". A group of high school volunteers who perform skits throughout Chatham-Kent about what the Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village is! Join today - help educate the public while having fun & obtaining hours.
12/18/2018 12:00:00 AM
Christmas Program - A Child's First Christmas in Canada Category: Announcement School: All Elementary
Book your k-4 class visit today. Our Christmas program is available Nov. 26-Dec. 18, 2018, 10am-2pm at the Lambton Heritage Museum.
12/21/2018 12:00:00 AM
Oil Museum of Canada Field Trips Category: Other School: All Schools
The Oil Museum of Canada is a National Historic site showcasing the first commercial oil well in North America dating to 1858. We are located just outside of beautiful little town of Oil Springs. A visit to our museum provided a rare opportunity to gain insight into one of the world's most important resources that changed our lives- oil. The museum offers a wide range of field trip options which we tailor to meet specific classroom and curriculum needs. Please check out our programs about Old Fashioned Christmas, Oil! Oil! Oil!, Pioneer Days, Geology Rocks and Museum in your classroom.
Oil Museum of Canada Educational Programs Category: Cultural School: All Elementary
The Oil Museum of Canada is proud to offer many educational field trips. There are a variety of different field trips to choose from including: Old Fashion Christmas, Oil Discovery, Geology Rocks, Pioneer Days and Museum in a classroom. We have worked hard to create programs that are based an Ontario Ministry Curriculum Guidelines to meet your classes learning goals. Each program also include post learning activities and worksheets that the teacher can then take back to school. we hope to see you at the Museum.
2/18/2019 12:00:00 AM
Grade 6 Internet/Cyber Safety & Farm Safety Programs Category: In Class Workshops School: All Schools
The Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village offers programs for most grades to predict & prevent injuries, deaths & disabilities specific to Chatham-Kent in a fun & interactive environment. All programs are designed to be ciriculum-based, provide interactive activities to maximize learning, provide a safe environment with safety professionals. The Grade 6 Internet & Cyber Safety Program is taught by Chatham-Kent Police Service and offered only at the Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village Jan/Feb each year. The Farm Safety Program is taught by local Farm Safety Professionals who provide ATV Safety - If you have seen the NEW ATV Simulator - students will now have an opportunity to get on it & experience all terrain during this program. Grade 6 students are at an age where it is a right of passage to help out on the farm & we have all the tips to keep them safe with fun & interactive learning experiences. Book now to secure your classes spot. Fee is just $5/student. Book the bus & provide valuable life saving programs only offered specific times per year. Contact Barb Lovell at 519-360-1270 or email
3/7/2019 12:00:00 AM
WHERE Challenge Category: Other School: All Schools
The WHERE Challenge is a national contest endorsed by the Canadian Earth sciences community that asks students aged 9 - 14 years to discover the answers to these questions: What on Earth is in your stuff and WHERE on Earth does it come from? The contest has been in place for more than a decade. WHERE stands for the places where Earth scientists work: Water, Hazards, Energy, Resources, and Environment. There are thousands of dollars in prizes to be won and you can enter as a group, an individual or a school. Students are asked to use their imaginations to dig up interesting facts about your their stuff. Students are asked to pick a favourite object in your home, school or playground, identify one or more non-renewable Earth resources* needed to make that object and learn WHERE on Earth those resources come from. Stories can be told through an essay, a poem, a song or a play, a painting or a poster, an audio, video or multimedia presentation. The more original, the better. The 2018 WHERE Challenge runs from September 17, 2018 to March 7, 2019. Please contact us with any questions about the contest.
3/8/2019 12:00:00 AM
Pathways school matinee Category: Cultural School: All Sarnia-Lambton Elementary
Hi there, I would like to organize a school matinee for the Pathways Expressive Arts program.We have 22 students involved and hope to invite their schools which will probably fill the 600 seats in the theatre. Is it possible to just send the flier to the schools of the students involved? we have students in both elementary and secondary.
3/12/2019 12:00:00 AM
Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course Category: Announcement School: All Sarnia-Lambton Elementary
May I have this flyer added to your Electronic Flyer Distribution please. Thank you in advance for your consideration of my request.
4/1/2019 12:00:00 AM
Free Skill and Drill Tutoring Programs Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Organization for Literacy in Lambton offers free Skill and Drill tutoring programs for children in grades 1-7. Help is available with math and reading at sites in Sarnia and Lambton County.
4/20/2019 12:00:00 AM
Sarnia Justice Film Festival 2018-2019 Season Poster Category: Events School: All Schools
Poster promoting our 11th season of showcasing films that matter.
4/26/2019 12:00:00 AM
Roseneath Theatre Category: Cultural School: All Elementary
Please find attached season brochure and pricing for distribution to your elementary schools. Usually we also distribute to high schools, but our high school tour will not be reaching your region. Our available programs for LKDSB are for grades K-8 - so distribution to all schools that include those grades is requested. We are a professional theatre company that has been doing business with your board for 35 years. Our performances cover key curriculum and equity themes, come to the schools, and are supported by curriculum connected study guides.
4/30/2019 12:00:00 AM
Poetry In Voice 2018-19 Category: Events School: All Schools
Teach poetry, three dimensionally: Read, recite & write. Get your students reading, reciting, and writing poetry tomorrow morning using our streamlined site and latest resources. If you’ve worked with us before, welcome back! There’s so much that’s new this year. If this is the first time you’ve heard from us, our welcome page for teachers will guide you through everything our site has to offer and what we’re all about (poetry, in case that wasn’t already clear). Visit for more information.
6/14/2019 12:00:00 AM
Dairy Education Program for Sarnia-Lambton Category: Announcement School: All Sarnia-Lambton Elementary
The Ontario Dairy Education Program is: • FREE - Dairy Farmers of Ontario offers this program FREE of charge. • CURRICULUM LINKED - designed to link strands from the latest Ontario Curriculum for Elementary Students (Science and Technology, Social Studies, Health and Physical Education) to agriculture and facets of the dairy industry. • INTERACTIVE & ENGAGING - the program’s interactive approach provides students with a variety of learning strategies and opportunities for extension and reinforcement. SMART Boards encourage engagement and are easily incorporated where this technology is available.
6/21/2019 12:00:00 AM
Mrs. Tara Seney (Public Education Manager) Category: In Class Workshops School: All Chatham-Kent Elementary
Mrs. Tara Seney (Public Education Manager) Category: In Class Workshops School: All Secondary
Secondary School Alzheimer Education
6/27/2019 12:00:00 AM
Moore Museum School Programs Brochure Category: Announcement School: All Elementary
Moore Museum offers a wide variety of curriculum-related programs for elementary students, as outlined in the attached brochure.
6/28/2019 12:00:00 AM
“Save Your Pop Tabs” Category: Announcement School: All Schools
The 2018-2019 school year marks the 26th year of collecting tabs for the area’s children who require a set of wheels ( manual wheel chair, stroller, scooter, etc). Our 47th recipient is Sophie Blair, a 7-year old from London. Two past recipients were from the Lampton Kent area. Sophie’s poster is attached to this note. Thames Valley Children’s Centre provides us with the names of needy children from their list of 8000 clients. It is our hope that your schools will join and/or continue to assist us in this very worthwhile project. Not only are we promoting thoughtfulness, but also recycling in a very tangible way with no money involved. Once you have filled a sturdy box with tabs, tape it, label it with your school’s name for our records and send it through the courier to either Northdale Central Public School or St. David’s Separate School in Dorchester. We sort them and make sure there are only aluminum tabs, bag them and sell them to the recycling company that is offering the most money. Thanks again for all your past and future efforts. We are making a difference in many lives. Every tab counts!
Youth Gambling Awareness Program Category: In Class Workshops School: All Schools
Fanshawe Pioneer Village Education Brochure 2018-2019 Category: Cultural School: All Schools
Please find attached a copy of the 2018/2019 Education Brochure for Fanshawe Pioneer Village, which lists available Education programming from September to June. (Various Grades)
Chatham-Kent Police Service - Program/Presentation List Category: In Class Workshops School: All Chatham-Kent Secondary
Chatham-Kent Police Service - Program/Presentation LIst Category: In Class Workshops School: All Chatham-Kent Elementary
Conservation Education Coordinator Category: Other School: All Schools
I have attached two Teacher Flyers that I would like to have distributed to schools in your Board of Education. One flyer is intended for elementary schools; the other for secondary schools. These flyers list the Outdoor Education Field Trips and Programs offered by the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority at a variety of our Conservation Areas. They also direct teachers to our website for more detailed information including curriculum connections.