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Approved List of Flyers

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

5/31/2019 12:00:00 AM
The Kids on the Block Puppeteers Category: Other School: All Secondary
Looking for a fun, casual volunteer opportunity while accumulating community service hours? Join Family Counselling Centre's "The Kids on the Block" program! We are looking for volunteers to join our team of puppeteers to spread awareness through theatre and play. No experience required. Contact Amy, The Kids on the Block Coordinator, today and become a part of this unique program!
Community Living Month of May Category: Events School: All Sarnia-Lambton Secondary
Hello. My name is Karen King. I am a retired teacher of the LKDSB and I now sit on the Board for Community Living Sarnia Lambton. Each year I contact you to ask if this letter could be sent to the schools. This year Community Living is celebrating Inspiring Possibilities... “I Can,You Can.”The purpose of this letter is to encourage awareness and participation for our organization. We ask that these letters be distributed to all Sarnia elementary and secondary schools, Bridgeview School in Point Edward, LCCVI and North Lambton Secondary School. My phone number is 519-332-4334 or 519-381-4164. Thank you, Karen King
6/7/2019 12:00:00 AM
Grade 1 Fire Safety Program Category: In Class Workshops School: All Chatham-Kent Elementary
ATTENTION GR 1 TEACHERS/PRINCIPALS! Did you miss the Fall Gr 1 Fire Safety Program at the Safety Village? If so, SPECIAL THANKS to CK Fire Department we are offering a Gr 1 Fire Safety Program May 13-June 7. Call 226-229-0814/519-360-1270 or email barblovell@hotmail.ca to book your spot!
Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course Category: Announcement School: All Sarnia-Lambton Elementary
6/8/2019 12:00:00 AM
Oil Museum of Canada Category: Announcement School: All Elementary
The Oil Museum of Canada, a National Historic Site is please to offer several educational programs for field trips to the students and teachers of Lambton Kent District School Board. We offer a low cost program of $3.75 per student, teachers and chaperones are complimentary. Programs are all locally developed by a teacher and based on the Ontario Curriculum. Please review our posters for Oil Tours, Pioneer Days and Conservation of Energy. We would love for you to come visit us and please feel free to contact the Oil Museum of Canada at 519-834-2840. We are located outside of the pretty little town of Oil Springs on the site of the First Commercial Oil Well in North America.
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.
Daddy & Daughter Dance Category: Events School: All Schools
Fathers, more than anyone else, set the course for a daughter’s life. - Dr. Meg Meeker Dads are the first love of a little girl. A bond that starts at a young age between a father and a daughter can be a foundation for creating a safe environment. The Chatham-Kent Children’s Safety Village strives to predict & prevent death, injury & disability of Chatham-Kent and celebrates families. To honour that special bond between Daughters & Dads (including Grandfathers/Uncles/Special Man in Daughter’s life) Join us for Daddy Daughter Dance…. the Friday before Father’s Day together we work to keep children safe in the communities of Chatham-Kent. Tickets are in sale now at CKTickets.com or by calling 519.354.8338 $50/Couple (1 Dad/1Daughter) Each additional Daughter = $10 Doors open at 5:30 John D Bradley Convention Centre Ball Room Pizza at 6pm Endless Sundae Bar Dance with Party Time DJ till 9pm Unlimited Photo Booth by Captured Moments Raffles Without the incredible support of our sponsors who share in the concern for safety of children in the community; we would like to give a heartfelt THANK YOU to: WINMAR PURE Academy & Knights of Colombus Father James Assembly
Harvest Days Category: Events School: All Schools
The Harvest Days program is being offered to Grade 3 teachers in the fall of 2019. The classroom's are invited to visit the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus and learn about agriculture over a 90 minute program. The outdoor, 4 station program meets many aspects of the Grade 3 curriculum expectations. The program is funded by the Lambton Kent Ag in the Classroom and is offered at no charge to the schools. The school is responsible for the transportation to Ridgetown Campus. Attached is the invitation and registration form, which I would like to have distributed to all the public schools in Lambton-Kent.
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
6/22/2019 12:00:00 AM
Mad Science Curriculum Workshops #STEM Category: In Class Workshops School: All Sarnia-Lambton Elementary
Book your Mad Science In-Class Workshop! Mad Science In-Class Workshops satisfy the requirements of the Ontario Science & Technology Curriculum while getting your students excited about science and meaningfully engaged in STEM learning. Each month we are featuring a 100 minute Workshop at the special rate of $140! Each student will receive a Mad Science branded take home (in brackets beside topic name) January Gr 1: Energy in our Lives (Step-O-Meter) January Gr 4: Mineral Mania (Sedimentary Stacker) February Gr 2: Moving Machines (Drag Racer) February Gr 5: Excellent Energy (Catapult) March Gr 3: Picking Apart Plants (Rainbow Glasses) March Gr 6: Space Spectacular (Shuttle Copters) April Gr 7: Cells & DNA (Slime Cell) May JK/SK: Mad Mixtures (Playdough) June - Details to come! End of the year parties & in-class field trips. Email for more details. Full details and online booking form are available on our website: Click Here General details are also available in pdf format through google drive via this link: Click Here
6/26/2019 12:00:00 AM
Sarnia Sea Cadets Category: Announcement School: All Schools
The Sarnia Sea Cadets would like to invite any young people between the ages of 12 and 18 years old, to join us. We can offer you a fun, active program developed around a naval setting. Young people will learn seamanship, leadership, and life skills while participating in a number of interactive classes and events. Build your confidence, create organizational skills , and learn skills that will help you work your way through high school, college and into your future. Challenge yourselves within our music, marksmanship and drill with arms programs. Spend time during the summer at our training Centres and develop a love of sailing, music and seamanship. Come out and visit us on any Tuesday (6:00 to 21:00 pm) between September and June. We are located in the lower level of the Sarnia Post Office.
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.
County of Lambton - Municipal Government Education Program Category: In Class Workshops School: All Sarnia-Lambton Elementary
Is Your Class Learning About Municipal Government? Consider inviting Lambton County Warden Bill Weber to your classroom or visit the Lambton County Council Chambers in Wyoming to learn about Municipal Government. For more information about this FREE program, please contact: Jay vanKlinken, Communications & Marketing Coordinator, County of Lambton at jay.vanklinken@county-lambton.on.ca *Educators will be responsible for providing transportation
Melissa Jansen Category: Announcement School: All Chatham-Kent Elementary
The Dairy Education program is a FREE program offered to schools. We deliver 45 minute presentations that are both informative and interactive and cover 1 of 5 topics, Dairy Farming, Dairy Goodness, Careers, Processing and Technology.
STEM Camp Category: Announcement School: All Schools
A fun, accessible way for children to explore their sense of wonder through structured, hands-on experiences and learning opportunities.
6/29/2019 12:00:00 AM
LGBTQ+ Youth Groups Category: Other School: All Schools
The AIDS Committee is a nonprofit organization that, among other things, runs 3 youth groups for LGBTQ+ youth aged 12-25, one of which is located in Chatham at ACCESS Open Minds every other Thursday. The aim of this group is to provide support and education to LGBTQ+ youth, and also to give them a safer space where they can hopefully meet people and build relationships. I would love for these resources to be distributed to Chatham-Kent elementary and secondary schools, in order for them to reach as many youth as possible who could benefit from it.
Calling for VOLUNTEERS to Join Our Board & Participate Category: Announcement School: All Chatham-Kent Secondary
The Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village is seeking high school volunteers to be part of the "Safety Squad". In 2009, the Safety Squad won the Mayor's award! Join us as we visit various businesses, events & organizations around Chatham-Kent acting out skits of programs taught at the Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village promoting safety & injury prevention. Gain valuable skills & talent to showcase while earning required volunteer hours for graduation! Contact barblovell@hotmail.ca or text 226-229-0814 for more details.
Roseneath Theatre Touring Performances for Schools Category: In Class Workshops School: All Schools
Please find attached PDF of our Sneak Peek postcard and show flyers (for shows available to your region) for the 19-20 school year.  I am seeking permission to distribute this flyer to all your school administrators and teachers.  We hope to send one to each of your schools as well as to any of our existing internal contacts in your board (previous bookers).  We also plan to do another mailing in August where we would like to send our full brochure to every school principal, parent council president and our internal contacts.  I will send a distribution request for that during the summer.   If it is also possible to post this digital flyer on any internal board websites, we would greatly appreciate it.    We often work with School Board Representatives to assist in booking a week of performances throughout their board.  If you are interested in working with us to bring any of these performances to your school board for a week of shows, we would love to hear from you.   Our upcoming season includes powerful and proven productions dealing with a broad range of issues and themes. We look forward to sharing this great content with schools in your board during the coming school year.   Thank you for your assistance! Cheers, Gretel
Moore Museum School Programs Brochure Spring 2019 Category: Announcement School: All Schools
Active learning is the foundation of Moore Museum’s education programming. Students do not merely follow tour guides past glass showcases as one traditionally envisions a museum. Instead, students are actively engaged in activities which promote a deeper level of understanding. They fetch water in wooden buckets and do laundry on a scrub board, to discover the challenges of settler life. Students make rag rugs from scrap materials to explore the sustainable lifestyle of the settlers. They make food to bake in the wood stove to learn how settler families lived. They visit with the settlers in their homes and attempt cursive writing with quill pens in the one-room schoolhouse. This experiential form of information gathering plays a valuable role in the social studies inquiry process. Moore Museum programs are especially beneficial in connection to the continuity and change concept of social studies thinking. As students interact with first-person “pioneer” interpreters in historic buildings, surrounded by artefacts, they are able to compare various aspects of their lives to those of early settlers. Moore Museum programs are a valuable resource in meeting the expectations of The Ontario Curriculum in Social Studies, as well as in other areas, including: • Environmental Education (2017) including sustainable living and the impact of the environment in a different time • The Kindergarten Program (2016) • The Arts • Science & Technology There are also active living components to our programs, including being physically active through outdoor work activities during “Busy at Home”, or through outdoor games with “Childhood Memories”. Please see the attached brochure for more details.