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Approved List of Flyers

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

5/25/2024 12:00:00 AM
Theatre Kent and Ascension Dance Present You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown Category: Events School: All Schools
Charles M. Schulz’s beloved comic strip comes to life in this award winning musical. Based on characters from his comic strip Peanuts, come see Lucy, Sally, Linus, Schroeder, Charlie Brown and Snoopy as they sing and dance about life’s great questions, play baseball, struggle with homework, swoon over crushes and celebrate the joy of friendship. Guaranteed to please audiences of all ages. All performances will be held at the Kiwanis Theatre in Chatham, ON All bookings will receive a curriculum package prior to the show date that will be grade appropriate. For more information contact Linda Schinkel at We are offering a Student Matinee on Friday, May 24th at 10:30 am. Tickets are $15.00
5/30/2024 12:00:00 AM
Burns Broasted Chicken Dinner Fundraiser Category: Announcement School: All Schools
WHAT IS THE MUSIC FOR THE MIND FUNDRAISER? Music for the Mind is a local, small grassroots, mental health focused non-profit that raises money for three essential non-profit organizations in our community. WHAT DO WE DO? We organize numerous fundraising events throughout the year and from the funds raised, we donate to Family Service Kent to offer minimal fee and free counselling for those 6 years of age and older, to the KIDS Team program to help cover the cost of psychological assessments for children up to the age of 18 whose families are unable to cover the hefty cost privately, and to Chatham-Kent Victim Services to help them purchase weighted blankets for people who have anxiety as well as gift cards to help those in need purchase food and/or daily hygiene products. HOW CAN YOU HELP? Through your support and participation in our fundraising events, you can help us to raise much-needed funds for mental health services and resources in Chatham-Kent. And from an educational standpoint, by raising more funds, we can help provide more children with access to vital resources that yield invaluable long-term benefits, including psychological assessments, counseling, or a combination of both, thereby ensuring every child has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential. If you are interested in supporting Music for the Mind, we have the delicious Burns Broasted Chicken Dinner Fundraiser on May 30th (tickets need to be purchased before May 25th). For the $20, you will receive 3pcs broasted chicken, herb roasted potatoes, coleslaw, a roll, and cheesecake. All the information regarding this event and how to place your order can be found on the flyer. This is the perfect chance to take a break from cooking for a night and help support a great cause! **If permitted, can this please be shared with the parents in your classroom as well?** To see all the fun community events we are planning including an upcoming summer concert in August, please follow our Music for the Mind Facebook page. The link is Thank you for your support and joining the fight against mental health! Elisha Banks Founder of Music for the Mind
6/1/2024 12:00:00 AM
Epilepsy Southwestern Ontario's Programs for Teachers and Students Category: In Class Workshops School: All Schools
6/14/2024 12:00:00 AM
Kid's Bike Rally Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Join us for a fantastic day of family fun as we pedal our way through Sarnia’s first-ever Annual Kids Bike Rally, exclusively for riders aged 12 and under. Set to kick off at 10:00 AM and wrap up at 2:00 PM on June 15, 2024, this event promises an unforgettable experience. There will be fun obstacle courses and a chance to sprinkle some creativity on your bikes with a decorating session, before riders set off on a 3.7KM trail ride alongside their parents/guardians. To receive a stamp on their Kids Bike Rally event passport, participants will answer a bike safety question at various vendor booths along the route. A completed passport will qualify a participant to be entered into a draw for a FREE bike! To join in the festivities, make sure your little riders bring along their bikes, and remember, safety is paramount—helmets are a must! Get ready to roll into a day of laughter, learning, and lasting memories!
6/15/2024 12:00:00 AM
Onsite Curriculum Enhancement Workshops, Performances and Demonstrations Category: In Class Workshops School: All Schools
O.E.I. Onsite Education Inc. is a registered educational charity. There are two active programmes for which the flyer details, the Canadian Improv Showcase and the Knights in the Classroom. Combined the two programmes have visited over 1200 schools across Ontario, many multiple times. For more information please visit the websites detailed in the flyer. There you can read copious testimonials from our happy customers.
Royal City Soccer Club's summer day camp Category: Athletics School: All Schools
The Royal City Soccer Club is excited to host our 31st year of summer soccer camps this summer. Having hosted over 300,000 campers, we are the #1 grassroots soccer day camps in Canada. Our program is designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, FUN! The camp program is uniquely designed to offer a soccer focus in the morning and a leisure swim with other organized camp activities in the afternoons. We encourage all children aged 5 and 13 to register. We offer full day and morning sessions where each camper receives a camp soccer ball and a camp medal. We offer fully supervised early drop off and pickup times. The camps operate during the months of July and August. We look forward to a great summer of camp. Check out our website at for more information or call 1-800-427-0536.
6/21/2024 12:00:00 AM
St. Clair College Information Sessions for Students with IEP's Category: Other School: All Chatham-Kent Secondary
We are reaching out to Guidance Counsellors and Resource Departments to inform schools about the support St. Clair College has to offer through the Student Services Department for students with IEP's. We would like the opportunity to provide information sessions to your students to help them prepare for college. They need to know that college/post-secondary education can be accessible to everyone. We feel it’s essential to educate them regarding the support services we offer that can help make their college experience positive and successful. Not only is this beneficial for students in their grade 12th year, but this information can also be valuable for those as early as grade 9 for their future planning purposes. I have attached our information brochure to help explain our services here at St. Clair College. We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you, Danine DePauw
Tennis Lessons Category: Athletics School: All Schools
We are offering a free session for a day to teach beginner tennis lessons and we will go to the school.
Harvest Days 2024 Category: Announcement School: All Elementary
Lambton Kent Ag in The Classroom invites your school and your Grade 3 students to visit the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus and explore agriculture through a ninety-minute program. LKAITC sponsors this program free of charge to the students. Schools are required to pay for the bus transportation to the Ridgetown Campus. The students participate in four hands-on stations, learning about crops grown in Lambton Kent, soil, farm animals and more!! This program is for Grade 3 students, with a maximum of 40 students and a minimum of 20 per school. Please choose two dates and a time slot either morning or afternoon. Each school must have a minimum of 2 adult volunteers per 10 students. Applications will be accepted on a first come basis until June 21, 2024, or until the program reaches full capacity. NEW this year – offering 3.5 day program (one week only to choose from) Please see the attached flyer and click on “REGISTER Here” to register your school. There are no guarantees of acceptance, but we try to accommodate all schools who submit registrations forms. A confirmation letter will be sent towards the end of June.
6/26/2024 12:00:00 AM
Fanshawe Pioneer Village's 2023-2024 Education Programs Category: Other School: All Schools
Fanshawe Pioneer Village is a non-profit museum in London Ontario that offers Education programs for elementary and secondary students. Our museum shares regional history, with a focus on daily life and the experiences of communities in Southwestern Ontario between 1820 and 1920. The 2023/2024 Education Brochure lists available in-person Education Program opportunities for teachers. For questions related to our organizations or Education Programs please contact our Education Coordinator at 519-457-1296 ext. 817. Further information on programs and digital offerings can be found at:
6/27/2024 12:00:00 AM
Museum of Ontario Archaeology Education Guide 2023/2024 Category: Announcement School: All Schools
The Museum of Ontario Archaeology (MOA) offers on-site and virtual programs for students in grade 1 up to grade 12.
FREE Teen Art Drop-In Category: Events School: All Chatham-Kent Secondary
Calling all CK teens! These drop-in’s are FREE to attend and there is no need to register in advance. 🗓️ Every Wednesday Evening (starting March 20th) 🕐 6-7:30PM 📍208 Queen Street, Chatham 😊 Teens, 13-17 👋 Hosted by Mike Pickard @bearsoulhealingarts 🎨 Basic Art Supplies (pencil crayons, markers, paper etc.) provided 📒 You are welcome to bring your own sketchbook, art journal, or any artistic project you wish
6/28/2024 12:00:00 AM
StoryValues Live Interactive Drama & Storytelling Assemblies and Classroom Presentations Category: Other School: All Elementary
StoryValues presents interactive drama and storytelling assemblies and classroom presentations for JK - Gr. 8 schools. In our programs, students actively participate in dramatizing universal stories, while cultivating positive character values. Students engage with narratives, fostering the development of empathy, resilience, active listening and problem-solving skills. The StoryValues assemblies and classroom presentations align with the LKDSB strategic priorities, supporting student achievement and well-being, inclusive diversity, trusting relationships, and sustainable stewardship.
Beginner Irish Dance - Free Trial Class Category: Announcement School: All Elementary
Letter to Music Teachers Category: Announcement School: All Schools
This letter includes information about our organization and an upcoming workshop invitation
Cornhole & Bocce Rentals Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Tara Seney, Public Education Manager Category: In Class Workshops School: All Chatham-Kent Elementary
Petrolia and Enniskillen Fall Fair Junior Flyer Category: Other School: All Elementary
We are looking for this flyer to be available/sent home with all kids at Queen Elizabeth II Public School, Hillcrest Public School and Lambton Centennial Public School all in Petrolia. This is to be able to provide all of the students with the categories and items they can enter in our fall fair.
6/30/2024 12:00:00 AM
St. Clair Conservation Education Programs Flyer Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Please see the attached PDF for a list of St. Clair Conservation's available programs for 2023-2024 including Field Trips, Schoolyard Programs and Sponsored In-Class Programs. For more information please visit
St. Clair Conservation Education Programs 2023-2024 Category: In Class Workshops School: All Schools
C.M Wilson Learning Centre Education Programs Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Student Artist in Residence Summer 2024 Category: Announcement School: All Sarnia-Lambton Secondary
Calling Sarnia Lambton High School Students with a passion for art and lived experience with mental health: We are currently taking applications for our Summer 2024 Student Artist in Residence. The CO. Sarnia Artist in Residence Program provides a supportive and non-judgemental space for self-directed production of new work, working towards a final show. The residency is an opportunity to work within a creative environment, work in partnership with community organizations, and includes studio space! If you are interested, please send an email to with your name, phone number, and let us know why you are interested in this opportunity. We will be in touch with all applicants. We are excited to hear from you!
Retirement Announcement: Don Hector Steps Down from Chatham-Kent & Lambton Children's Water Festival Leadership Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Student Artist In Residence - Chatham Category: Announcement School: All Chatham-Kent Secondary
Calling Chatham High School Students with a passion for art and lived experience with mental health: We are currently taking applications for our Summer 2024 Student Artist in Residence. Please see flyer for more details!
Moore Museum Spring Programming Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Join us at Moore Museum for active, fun and affordable learning opportunities!
7/1/2024 12:00:00 AM
Dairy Education Program Category: In Class Workshops School: All Elementary
Our dairy education program provides interesting and unique lessons based on the latest Ontario curriculum. It offers an exciting and interactive learning opportunity for students. Teachers can depend on our program to help students acquire an insight into various aspects of the dairy industry and the world around them.
8/20/2024 12:00:00 AM
Chatham-Kent International Film Festival Youth Program Category: Announcement School: All Schools
We are running a competition partnered with the City of Chatham-Kent to run a competition for anyone in primary or secondary school. They can submit a 3 to 5 minute short film they write and film. We will have a prize pool starting at $500 and can change depending on sponsorship additions
8/29/2024 12:00:00 AM
Open Air Drawing and Painting - Summer Program For Teens Category: Announcement School: All Schools
8/31/2024 12:00:00 AM
FIELD TRIP - Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Kingsville, ON - Gr. 1-9 Science, Life Systems, Outdoor Education Field Trip Guide Category: Other School: All Schools
FIELD TRIP - Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Kingsville, ON - Grades 9-12 Intro to Orienteering, Outdoor Education Information Poster Category: Other School: All Secondary
FIELD TRIP - Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Kingsville, ON - Grade 9 Science, Outdoor Education Information Poster Category: Other School: All Secondary
9/28/2024 12:00:00 AM
East Kent Hot Rods For Hospice Volunteer Opportunities Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Hello to my fellow education team, I am one of many volunteers on the Hot Rods for Hospice team. Our first event for East Kent Hot Rods for Hospice was last September and it was a huge success! We raised over $31,000.00 to Chatham Kent Hospice. We are running the event again on September 21st, 2024 at the Ridgetown Fairgrounds and we are hoping it is an even bigger event than our first event last year. Please view the attached information poster asking for student volunteers. There are a variety of tasks that will need to be implemented before, during and after the event to ensure another successful fundraiser. It takes a village!
12/31/2024 12:00:00 AM
Shave for the Brave - the ultimate inclusive event for schools Category: Other School: All Schools
Do you know anyone with hair? At Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC) we love people with hair. We host a year-long fundraising effort called Shave for the Brave and for the last 19 years we have had thousands of brave individuals, all across Canada, step-up for the most powerful haircut of their lives. A huge facet of our fundraising effort is through bringing the magic of this event to schools. We have helped hundreds of schools across the country host Shave events, where students and faculty come together to raise funds for young adults living with, through, and beyond a cancer diagnosis, in an event that leaves an impact well after a student's hair is cut. What makes the events we host at schools extra special is its ability to bring students and faculty together not based on athletic accomplishment or academics, but for the communal desire to make a difference. YACC is looking to spread our reach and make some new connections with more schools across the country. If your school is eager to make a difference through community-building events, hosting a Shave sounds like the perfect opportunity for you! We would love to chat with your school - even just 15 minutes to plant the seed for the 2024-2025 school year - about how hosting a Shave can be not only incredibly inspiring and impactful, but seamless too! YACC has the backs of young adults facing cancer, because people like you have ours!
Green Capes School Fund Raiser Partnership Proposal Category: Other School: All Schools
Good day: My name is Daniel Smith, and i am writing to you today on behalf of the Green Capes Lions Club. Our registered non-profit number is 1090169-5. The Green Capes Lions Club (GCLC)was founded in 2018 as a non-profit fund-raising organization dedicated to raising funds in support of the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog guides (LFCDG). The LFCDG is a guide dog training school, located in Oakville, Ontario, that breeds, trains and matches highly trained service dogs to people with disabilities from all across Canada at no cost to the client. They receive no government funding, and operates solely on corporate donations and public fund raisers to support their work. Currently training dogs for Canine Vision, Hearing, Autism Assistance, Diabetic Alert, Seizure Response, Service and Facility Support, the school gives people with disabilities the joy, safety and independence that is truly life changing. As a client myself, I can honestly say that the benefits these dogs bring are immeasurable. As part of our fund raising activities, the GCLC produces an annual Green Capes Dog Guide Puppy Calendar for sale to the public. It is a beautiful, full color, large format calendar, featuring puppies that are currently in training to be future dog guides, and special Superheroes to people with disabilities. Recently, we created a partnership program, in which the GCLC works with schools from across Canada to sell calendars to the local community. Partners in the program have the option to: 1. Purchase calendars directly from the GCLC at a reduced price, which they then sell to the community for full price, keeping the profit for their own use. 2. Have the GCLC create an online ordering portal, which community members can use to order calendars. The GCLC would send the portal web link to the school for distribution in whatever advertising media they would like to use. Community members can then use the link to order calendars online for $20 each, with the options to pay via credit card or e-transfer. All payment processing is handled securely by the Green Capes Lions Club, so the school does not have to collect funds unless they wish to do so. A report of each sale is sent to the school for their own records. At the conclusion of the program, the GCLC will ship the calendars ordered to the school for distribution to the community, along with the school’s profit from each calendar sale via cheque or e-transfer. The school gets the benefit of extra funds to use for their own activities, and the LFCDG benefits as well. A win-win for both! Calendars are available starting in September, and can be ordered up to November 30th. Calendars are then shipped to the school during the first week of December for delivery and distribution to the community prior to the holiday season. The 2023 partnership year was very successful for partnering schools, and are all on board to work with us again in 2024. For your convenience, I have attached a brochure about the school partnership program. Who can resist a calendar full of puppies? They make great gifts, and people will love knowing that each calendar sold not only raises funds for your school but also helps these future Superheroes bring joy, safety and independence to a person with a disability! "What a great way to teach our students about helping others while raising funds for our school. These adorable calendars practically sell themselves." - Linda, Peel DSB If you would be interested in partnering with us, please let me know at, or call me at 250-997-6077. For more information about the Green Capes Lions Club, the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides, or the calendar sales program itself, please visit the following websites: Green Capes Lions Club: Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides: We look forward to working with you! Sincerely, Daniel Smith Green Capes Lions Club
1/1/2025 12:00:00 AM
Free External French Tutoring Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Hi there! My name is Gaston and I'm the Co-founder of Apprendre Franco-fun!, a virtual French tutoring company in Ontario. Please see the attached proposal regarding free external services that we're hoping to offer your students. We have seen incredible results with other students of school boards that utilize our M. Gaston classes as a resource and therefore, we're looking to extend the offer to others as well. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me! Kind regards, Gaston
5/29/2026 12:00:00 AM
Artist consultant antibullying murals Category: Cultural School: All Schools
Hello, my name is Shannon Rose, I'm a local artist from Chatham Kent. I've been working with the local community members hosting Creative Expression Workshops creating antibullying murals. I've had much success with engaging the community members in Arts and culture while promoting inclusion and diversity and awareness to bullying and cyber bullying.. I have been approved previously by the Lambton Kent District School Board as well as the Chatham Kent Public Library locations. Hosting creative expression workshops painting vinyl records with positive inspirational messages and colors. That have been created into antibullying murals which are displayed publicly within the community they were created.
1/1/2027 12:00:00 AM
Soar Together Inspirational Event Category: Events School: All Schools
We deliver inspirational speeches and show kids that with hard work and a never quit attitude you can accomplish the impossible. I went from not knowing how to walk to become a fitness instructor. Not being able to read or write to now become an author and a speaker.
9/30/2027 12:00:00 AM
Railway Safety Presentations Category: Other School: All Schools
I am emailing to enquire as to whether your school board might be interested in Canadian Pacific police providing rail safety presentations for your grade schools. The presentations are approximately 20 to 30 minutes each, with time for questions and prizes after. I am aware some school boards have policies in place preventing officers from attending for presentations, so we are also able to provide USB sticks allowing your staff to provide the presentations themselves. I've attached the presentation for grades 6-8, but there are different presentations for all age groups.