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Collaborative Service Agreements

‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄčPPM 149

The Ministry of Education's PPM 149 sets out guidelines for effective community-based partnerships that school boards can develop with external agencies to allow the board to enhance the delivery of programs and services for all students, including students with special needs. Closing achievement gaps for all students is a priority of PPM 149. The protocol outlines the following:

  • programs and services that are currently delivered by external agencies

  • programs and services that are currently delivered by school board professional student services personnel (PSSP) and paraprofessionals

  • programs and services that could be delivered by school board PSSP and paraprofessionals, but are not being delivered by them for financial reasons or because requirements do not match the job descriptions or qualifications of board PSSP and/or paraprofessionals

The Lambton Kent District School Board's protocol‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč supplements the services of board's PSSP and paraprofessionals, and does not set out to duplicate them, and outlines standard school board provisions related to:

  • informed consent;

  • criminal reference checks;

  • appropriate insurance coverage;

  • compliance with the Safe Schools Act;

  • conflict of interest, confidentiality, equity, human rights, and other relevant policies.

Following is a list of agencies that have Collaborative Service Agreements in place with the Lambton Kent District School Board in accordance with PPM 149, or, that are covered by another PPM.

Region(s) Served

 Agency Name‚Äč ‚Äč

‚Äč
Sarnia-Lambton

‚Äč‚ÄčAamjiwnaang First Nation


‚ÄčChatham-Kent


‚ÄčAdult Language and Learning

‚ÄčChatham-Kent

‚ÄčBig Brothers Big Sisters, Chatham-Kent

‚Äč
Sarnia-Lambton

‚Äč‚ÄčBig Brothers Big Sisters, Sarnia-Lambton

‚Äč
Sarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčBig Brothers Big Sisters of South Huron

Sarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčCanadian Mental Health Association, Lambton Kent Branch

‚Äč
Chatham-Kent‚Äč

‚ÄčCanadian Mental Health Association Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario

‚ÄčChatham-Kent

‚ÄčChatham-Kent Community Health Centres

‚ÄčChatham-Kent

‚ÄčChildren's Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent *

‚ÄčSarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčCommunity Living Sarnia-Lambton

Chatham-Kent

‚ÄčCommunity Living Wallaceburg

‚ÄčChatham-Kent

‚ÄčLearning Disabilities Association of Chatham-Kent

‚Äč
Chatham-Kent

‚ÄčLINCK Child, Youth & Family Services

‚Äč
Chatham-Kent

‚ÄčP.A.C.E. Inc.

‚ÄčSarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčPathways Health Centre for Children *

‚ÄčChatham-Kent

‚ÄčRestorative Justice, Chatham-Kent

‚ÄčSarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčSt. Clair Child & Youth Services

‚ÄčChatham-Kent, Sarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčSt. John Ambulance - Therapy Dog Visitations

‚Äč
Sarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčSt. Joseph's Hospice Resource Centre of Sarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčSarnia-Lambton

‚ÄčSarnia-Lambton Rebound

‚Äč
‚ÄčSarnia-Lambton
‚Äč
Sexual Assault Survivor's Centre

‚ÄčChatham-Kent
Sarnia-Lambton

‚Äč‚ÄčYMCA of Southwestern Ontario


*‚Äč ‚Äč-  This agency is covered by PPM 81 which deals with the provision of health support services in school settings.

‚ÄčIf you have questions about PPM 149 you may contact the Administrative Assistant to Superintendent of Education, Angie Barrese, via email at lori.gall@lkdsb.net or by phone in Sarnia Lambton at (519) 336-1500, extension 31495 or in Chatham-Kent at (519) 354-3770, extension 31495.