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​​​​​​​Facilities Partnership

The Lambton Kent District School Board encourages partnerships between community partners to share facilities for better use of public facilities owned by the School Board. Facility partnerships are intended to establish shared use during school hours between the Board and community partners. Facility partnerships opportunities will be available in schools where excess space has been identified by The Lambton Kent District School Board.

The use of space in schools, strengthen the schools role in the community and promotes coordination and access of services for students and the whole community. The sharing of these facilities will continue to be for the benefit of the Board, students and the community while ensuring student achievement remain the highest priority. The health and safety of the students  will remain the primary focus when implementing this initiative.

A facility partnership is intended to provide the following opportunities for both Board and community:

  • Reduce operating costs and maximize use of public facilities.

  • Improve services available to students and the community.

  • Build relationships between schools board and community partners and the public.

  • Maximize efficiency and access for service delivery through usage of school facilities.

On June 22, 2010 The Lambton Kent District School Board approved the Facility Partnerships policy and regulations which is accessible through the following links:

Community Planning and Partnerships Policy

Community Planning and Partnerships Regulation

Locations Available

The Lambton Kent District School Board has identified the following locations available for facility partnerships:

Lambton Kent Composite School
231 St. George St. N.
Dresden, Ontario

Dresden Area Central School
941 North Street
Dresden, Ontario

Dawn-Euphemia Public School
4587 Bentpath Line
Dresden, Ontario

The list of sites, with surplus space available for facility partnerships will be updated and posted in June each year.

For More Information Contact:

Administrative Assistant to the Associate Director-Corporate Services
Sarnia Education Centre
519-336-1500   Ext. 31431

Standardized Ventilation Measure Reports and COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (CVRIS-ICIP) 


LKDSB Ventilation Strategy_2023-24 Year

LKDSB Board Wide Ventilation Investments_2023-24 Year

LKDSB School-Level Ventilation and Filtration Measures_2023-24 Year_dashboard_by school

Energy Conservation & Demand Management Plan

The Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (ECDMP) fulfills the requirements under the Green Energy Act O. Reg. 397/11 to support the reduction of energy consumption and the five year Demand Management Plan covering the Boards fiscal years 2014 to 2018 at the Lambton Kent District school board (LKDSB). The Plan highlights past and future opportunities to further this commitment in energy conservation, energy reduction and green initiatives.

Energy Management and Demand Management Plan

Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report_2019-2020

Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report_2021-2022

Drinking Water Testing

The health and safety of students, staff and visitors in Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) buildings is a top priority.

Since 2007, the Ontario government, under Regulation 243/07, has required that school boards flush the plumbing in schools; sample and test drinking water; maintain logs; and report drinking water test results to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change.