The health and well-being of students and staff are the top priorities for the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB).
The LKDSB Board follows the direction of Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health regarding all health-related matters, including communication about COVID-19. The LKDSB also follows the directions of the Ministry of Education and provincial public health officials.
Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health Vaccination Clinics
The following information is distributed on behalf of Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health. Should you have any specific questions about Public Health information or vaccination clinics, please follow-up directly with Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health.
Click here to read a letter to parents/guardians from Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health.
Chatham-Kent Public Health - Booster dose expansion for youth ages 12-17
Chatham-Kent Public Health is pleased to share that beginning Friday, February 18, 2022, Chatham-Kent youth ages 12-17 are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose at any of the CK Public Health clinic locations provided that it has been 168 days since their second dose.
Boosters are strongly recommended as the best way to protect against severe COVID-19 illness.
Over the next two weeks, CK Public Health is providing a number of clinics in secondary schools in several Chatham-Kent communities. To find a clinic location near you, please visit the CK Public Health clinic page for a most up to date listings. As a reminder, all CK Public Health clinics now offer walk-in and booked appointments for your convenience.
Supports for Students and Families
COVID-19 Vaccination Disclosure Attestation Summary
Note: As of March 4, 2022
Employees & Trustees
Occasional / Temporary School Board Employees
Total number of
individuals to which the policy will apply
Total number of individuals
who have attested to being fully vaccinated (with and without supporting
Total number of
individuals who provided a documented medical reason for not being fully
The number of individuals
who have not yet submitted an attestation form
Note: Numbers may not add due to rounding. School Board Employees & Trustees excludes Occasional and Temporary School Board Employees.
*Other individuals include those frequently in schools or other settings who may have direct contact with students or staff (e.g. visitors, volunteers, contractors, other professionals and student transportation drivers).
Of those school board employees and trustees who have submitted an attestation, 95% of individuals have attested to being fully vaccinated.
Public Health Information
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