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Message on behalf of Director Costello to Lambton Kent District School Board families

July 16, 2018
​Click on "Read More" to view an important letter to Lambton Kent District School Board families. July 16, 2018 Dear Lambton Kent District School Board Students and Families: I am writing to inform you that a Lambton Kent District School Board teacher, Melissa Lefebvre, has pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation. There...
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School Bus Drivers Needed

June 27, 2018
​ School Bus Drivers Needed to Service Chatham-Kent Lambton Administrative School Services (CLASS) Local School Bus Operators
Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton school bus operators are hiring for September 2018
Approximately 19,000 local students rely on school bus transportation each day across our district. School bus drivers play an important role...
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LKDSB Board Office Summer Hours

June 26, 2018
​The Chatham and Sarnia Education Centres will be open Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the summer months, beginning July 3-August 23. The Chatham and Sarnia Education Centres will closed to the public on Fridays during the summer months, from July 6 to August 24. As such, there will...
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LKDSB celebrates 2018 recipients of Dr. Jack Parry and Stefanko Award

June 26, 2018
​    The Lambton Kent District School Board celebrates the athletic and academic achievements of the 2018 recipients of the Dr. Jack Parry Award and Stefanko Award. The two awards honour male and female secondary student-athletes from the Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton areas, respectively, who are outstanding in their athletic and academic...
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LKDSB Releases Thoughtexchange Report Regarding City of Sarnia Elementary Schools

June 21, 2018
​The Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) has published a report on the results from the Thoughtexchange process regarding the City of Sarnia Elementary School phase of pupil accommodation. The Thoughtexchange was held March 26-April 6 and the report highlights the 866 thoughts contributed by 627 participants, including parents/guardians, students, staff,...
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LKDSB Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21

June 18, 2018
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, in recognition of the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of Indigenous peoples within schools and communities across Canada. The LKDSB believes student success is achieved through the shared responsibility of students, staff, families, community...
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Blenheim Bus Lines One of 14 School Transportation Operators in Ontario to Pilot Electric Bus

June 15, 2018
​ Blenheim Bus Lines has been selected as one of just 14 student transportation operators across the province to participate in the Ministry of Transportation's Electric School Bus Pilot Program (ESB Pilot). "We are very excited to be part of this important study, which could pave the way for a greener...
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LKDSB Senior Administration Presents 2018 Capital Plan to Trustees

June 15, 2018
​ Senior Administration presented the 2018 Capital Plan to Trustees at the Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 12. The Capital Plan provides an update to community partners on the status of the Lambton Kent District School Board's (LKDSB) school conditions and demographics. There were 21,831 students enrolled in the LKDSB in...
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Message from Director Costello re: Update on Great Lakes Secondary School Site

June 07, 2018
​Dear parents/guardians, I want to inform you that the opening of the Great Lakes Secondary School permanent site has been delayed to a date to be determined, as a result of construction delays due to available skilled tradespeople in the area. I understand that this may cause some questions and concerns,...
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Construction challenges result in delayed opening of GLSS site

June 07, 2018
​The Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) was informed today by the contractor of the Great Lakes Secondary School permanent site, Jasper Construction Corp., that the facility will not be completed in time for a September 2018 opening due to challenges related to securing available skilled tradespeople to work on the...
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Message from Director Costello re: John N. Given Public School site

June 07, 2018
​Dear John N. Given Public School Parents/Guardians: As you are aware, Trustees of the Lambton Kent District School Board approved the consolidation of the John N. Given Public School Kindergarten to Grade 8 English Language Program at Tecumseh Public School for September 1, 2018. As we continue to support students in...
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LKDSB to Repurpose John N. Given Public School Site for Special Programs

June 07, 2018
​The Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) Senior Administration has decided to repurpose the John N. Given Public School site for alternative programs and as such, the site will not be declared a property surplus to the Board's needs. On May 9, 2017, LKDSB Trustees approved the consolidation of the John...
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LKDSB to honour staff contributions, retirees at June 4 ceremony

June 01, 2018
Lambton Kent District School Board Trustees will be honouring the outstanding achievements and  significant contributions made by staff members during a special ceremony held on Monday, June 4,  2018. The annual Employee Retirement and 25 years of Service Recognition Ceremony will be held  at Lambton-Kent Memorial Hall (1212 North Street, Dresden),...
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LKSSAA athletic activities cancelled today (May 28)

May 28, 2018
​In the interest of student safety, LKSSAA Executive has decided to cancel athletic activities today (Monday, May 28). This decision is based on the special weather statement issued by Environment Canada. All games will be rescheduled by convenors as soon as possible. SWOSSAA has been contacted and will be rescheduling games...
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‪UPDATE: Power restored at H.W. Burgess Public School

May 25, 2018
​ Electricity has been restored at H.W. Burgess Public School. 
Earlier today (May 25), the school experienced a temporary power outage.
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Power outage at H. W. Burgess Public School (Friday, May 25)

May 25, 2018
​There is currently a power outage at H.W. Burgess Public School (Friday, May 25), however end-of-day school dismissal is expected to proceed as normal. We apologize for any inconvenience due to the service disruption.
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LKSSAA activities cancelled Friday, May 25 due to smog and poor air quality

May 25, 2018
All LKSSAA activities are cancelled today (Friday, May 25), ​due to an Environment Canada smog and air health advisory. Student safety is a top priority for the LKSSAA Executive and the Lambton Kent District School Board.  Convenors will work with schools to reschedule the activities. Should you have any questions, please contact your school principal....
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LKDSB looking to hire more occasional teachers

May 16, 2018
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) is planning to hire additional occasional teachers to expand its roster for elementary and secondary positions. The LKDSB is experiencing an ongoing shortage of teachers to fill occasional teaching positions to cover staff absences. The LKDSB has also noticed a direct impact on the...
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LKDSB Celebrates ‘Equity in Action’ During Education Week, May 7-11

May 03, 2018
​ The Ministry of Education has declared the week of May 7 to May 11 as Education Week across Ontario. In accordance with the Ministry's theme, the Lambton Kent District School Board's (LKDSB) theme for this year is "Equity in Action!" Events and activities will be held across the LKDSB, which highlight...
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LKDSB approves Student Trustees for 2018-2019 school year, including first Indigenous Student Trustee

April 26, 2018
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) approved the election of three Student Trustees, including the first Indigenous Student Trustee, to serve on the Board for the 2018-2019 school year at the April 24 Board Meeting. The Student Senate met at Wallaceburg District Secondary School on April 23, 2018 to...
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Thames Art Gallery and LKDSB partner for free screening of Indigenous short films

April 26, 2018
​The Thames Art Gallery is partnering with the Lambton Kent District School Board to present a free screening of Indigenous short films in the Kiwanis Theatre at the Chatham Cultural Centre on Friday, April 27 at 7-9 p.m. The event is open to the public and free of charge. Curated by ImagiNATIVE...
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Secondary students, young adults invited to explore "future opportunities"

April 25, 2018
​The Lambton Kent District School Board is hosting a "Future Options and Opportunities" information session for secondary students, young adults and parents/guardians on Thursday, May 3 from 6-8 p.m. at the W.I.S.H. Centre (177 King St E, Chatham). Learn more about where your future will take you and speak to representatives of more...
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Message from Director Costello re: Tecumseh Public School totem pole

April 24, 2018
​Dear parents/guardians, students and school community, As you may be aware, there has been significant community dialogue about the totem pole that stands in the front foyer of Tecumseh Public School. Recently, Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) Senior Administration decided to remove the totem pole. The totem pole will be...
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Totem pole to be removed from Tecumseh Public School

April 24, 2018
​ Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) Senior Administration has decided to remove the totem pole from the front entry to Tecumseh Public School. The totem pole will be removed during the summer renovations in preparation for the consolidation of students from the John N. Given Public School English Language Program...
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​UPDATE: Grand Bend Public School is open today

April 17, 2018
​Grand Bend Public School is open today (Tuesday, April 17), as electricity has been restored to the building. The school was closed on Monday, April 16 due to a power outage in the area.
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UPDATE: Bosanquet Central Public School will be open on Tuesday, April 17

April 16, 2018
​Bosanquet Central Public School will be open on Tuesday, April 17, as heat and electricity have been restored to the building. The school was closed on Monday, April 16 due to lack of heat and a power outage in the building.
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Bosanquet Central Public School closed today due to lack of heat and power

April 16, 2018
​Bosanquet Central Public School will be closed today (Monday, April 16) due to lack of heat and a power outage in the building. School administration is contacting parents/guardians to pick up students. Supervision will continue to be provided for any students who are unable to be picked up from the school....
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Grand Bend Public School closed April 16 due to power outage

April 16, 2018
​Grand Bend Public School will be closed today (Monday, April 16) due to a power outage in the area. Hydro One is projected to restore power this afternoon. It is expected the school will reopen on Tuesday, April 17. Please visit the Lambton Kent District School Board or school websites for...
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Message from Director Costello re: Humboldt tragedy

April 09, 2018
We are deeply saddened by the tragic news of the bus accident involving youth from Humboldt, Saskatchewan. We recognize this incident resonates locally, as our students are not isolated from media reports and conversations on social media. Our thoughts go out to students, parents, staff and community members who are impacted by this...
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Thanks for your participation in the LKDSB Thoughtexchange

April 09, 2018
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board appreciates all of the input provided by students, parents/guardians, staff and community members in the Thoughtexchange process for the proposed plan for the City of Sarnia Elementary School phase of pupil accommodation. There were 627 people participated and shared approximately 866 thoughts. We appreciate your...
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Suspect arrested regarding social media threat against WDSS

April 07, 2018
Please read the attached Chatham-Kent Police Service media release regarding an arrest made in connection with a social media post of a threatening image referencing Wallaceburg District Secondary School.  We appreciate the Chatham-Kent Police Service's quick response to a threat against our community. The Lambton Kent District School Board takes all...
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Important message from Director Jim Costello

April 06, 2018
​Dear Parents & Guardians, I am writing to update you on the recent social media posts regarding an alleged threat to student and staff safety at our schools. The Lambton Kent District School Board takes all alleged threats to students and staff safety seriously and have responded accordingly to ensure student...
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Important message from Superintendent Gary Girardi

April 04, 2018
​Student and staff safety is a top priority of the Lambton Kent District School Board and the LKDSB takes all alleged threats to students and staff safety seriously. There has recently been a photo and message circulating through social media that suggests an alleged threat to a school to occur this...
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GLSS, John N. Given Public School and Plympton-Wyoming Public School to host open house events

March 29, 2018
​Staff and members of the Transition Committees at Great Lakes Secondary School, John N. Given Public School and Plympton-Wyoming Public School invite students, families, staff, alumni and community members to attend the following upcoming open house events to celebrate the students and history of the buildings as they prepare to transition...
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LKDSB to launch Thoughtexchange regarding Sarnia elementary schools

March 23, 2018
​ On March 26, the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) is launching a Thoughtexchange community engagement to solicit public input on the City of Sarnia elementary school phase of pupil accommodation. The Thoughtexchange will be open until April 6. Public engagement is important in assisting Senior Administration in making decisions...
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Update: Aberarder Central School will be open on Tuesday, March 20

March 19, 2018
Aberarder Central School will be open Tuesday, March 20, as water has been restored to the school. 
The school was closed on Monday, March 19 due to a lack of water supply at the school.
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LKDSB International Education Looking for Homestay Families

March 05, 2018
Next year LKDSB International Education Program hopes to welcome more international students into our school and our community.  We are looking for homestay families who wish to welcome students from China, Taiwan, Korea, Spain, and other countries for short stays or even for a semester or full year.  We are looking...
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'Timberwolves’ Revealed as New Mascot for Consolidated Tecumseh Public School

March 02, 2018
​Students attending the consolidated Tecumseh Public School in September 2018 will be known as the ‘Timberwolves.’ The new mascot for the consolidated school was revealed at the February 28, 2018 Transition Committee Meeting.

The Traditions and Identity sub-committee solicited input from John N. Given Public School and Tecumseh Public School students and...
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Update re: Technology Enriched Learning Plan (TELP)

March 02, 2018
​The integration of technology in the classroom is a priority for supporting student success and the promotion of innovative learning environments at the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB). After careful consideration and community consultation, Senior Administration has decided to continue to the 1-to-1 Technology Enriched Learning Plan (TELP) program to...
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Become a Student Trustee

February 28, 2018
Full-time Lambton Kent District School Board secondary students are invited to apply to become a Student Trustee.
Student Trustees provide student voice on the LKDSB Board of Trustees. Elected Trustees will attend all Board Meetings and serve on the Student Senate.
NEW: Indigenous Student Trustee position
Students who...
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UPDATE: All LKDSB schools open Monday, Feb. 26

February 25, 2018
​Flood waters in Thamesville and Chatham have begun to recede. All Lambton Kent District School Board schools will be open on Monday as normal; however, some bus routes may be affected by road closures. Please visit the schoolbusinfo.com website or download the MySBI app for the latest information. The EarlyON child care...
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Thamesville Area Central Public School closed Feb. 23 due to potential flooding in area

February 22, 2018
​Due to the strong possibility of flooding in Thamesville, Thamesville Area Central Public School will be closed to students and staff on Friday, Feb. 23. In addition, all bus routes within the limits of Thamesville, including buses travelling to Chatham Kent Secondary School, Lambton Kent Composite School, and Ridgetown District High School, will...
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Feb. 15 Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting cancelled due to inclement weather

February 15, 2018
​The Lambton Kent District School Board's Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting for Thursday, February 15 has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Please visit the SEAC Meeting webpage for future meeting dates: http://www.lkdsb.net/Board/SpecialEducation/seac-meetings/Pages/default.aspx
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Message from Director Jim Costello

February 15, 2018
​We are deeply saddened by the incident that occurred on February 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people lost their lives and numerous others were injured as victims of a shooting. We all have a responsibility to help our students feel safe and work towards...
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Ministry of Education Approves $1.8 million to Increase Child Care Spaces in LKDSB Schools

February 02, 2018
​ The Ministry of Education has approved a $1.8 million investment in the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) to increase licensed child care spaces in Chatham and Wheatley. The provincial government is providing the LKDSB with $1.6 million to provide 49 child care spaces at Indian Creek Road Public School...
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TELP Parent/Guardian Feedback Survey

February 01, 2018
​ The integration of technology in the classroom is a priority for supporting student success and the promotion of innovative learning environments at the Lambton Kent District School Board. As the LKDSB is currently facing financial challenges related to the purchase of hardware to support the Technology Enriched Learning Plan (TELP),...
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Ministry of Education Announces $27.4 million to Build New Kindergarten to Grade 12 School in Forest

January 24, 2018
​ The Ministry of Education announced a $27.4 million investment in the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) today to build a new Kindergarten to Grade 12 school in Forest and provide 24 new child care spaces. Deb Matthews, MPP London North Centre, announced the capital funding for the new school...
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UPDATE Re: ​Queen Elizabeth II Public School - School will be open Jan. 25

January 24, 2018
Queen Elizabeth II Public School - Chatham will be open on Thursday, Jan. 25. Queen Elizabeth II Public School - Chatham was closed today due to a water main break. The school was without water for several hours. The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has since turned the water back on to the school. If parents or...
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LKDSB Approves Appointment of an Indigenous Student Trustee

January 17, 2018
​ Trustees for the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) unanimously approved the appointment of an Indigenous Student Trustee position on the Board, beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, during the January 17, 2018 Board Meeting. The LKDSB currently has two student trustees serving as members of the Board. However, Trustees...
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Memo regarding inclement weather during exams

January 11, 2018
​The Lambton Kent District School Board has developed the following plan, which is to be followed in the event of disruptions to the examination schedule, due to inclement weather. Exams In the event that inclement weather forces the cancellation of buses in any of Zones 1 through 4; exams at all Sarnia-Lambton...
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Hudie, McKinlay to assume leadership of LKDSB

December 06, 2017
Trustees for the Lambton Kent District School Board elected Elizabeth Hudie as the Chair and Scott McKinlay as Vice-Chair of the Board during the Annual Organizational Meeting held on December 5, 2017. Hudie has served as a school board trustee since 2005 and formally held the position of Vice-Chair. McKinlay was...
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Letter to Lambton Kent District School Board families regarding teacher charged

November 30, 2017
​Click on "Read More" to view an important letter to Lambton Kent District School Board families. November 30, 2017 Dear Lambton Kent District School Board Students and Families: I am writing to inform you that Sarnia Police Service has charged a Lambton Kent District School Board teacher with sexual exploitation and...
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A Learning Province: Public Engagement on Education Assessment in Ontario

November 28, 2017
On September 6, 2017, the Premier and Minister of Education announced an independent review of Ontario’s assessment and reporting practices to make sure they are culturally relevant, measure a wider range of learning and better reflect student well-being and equity.

The scope of this review includes: classroom assessments;
large-scale provincial...
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Brooke Central Public School Named Apple Distinguished School

November 22, 2017
​ Brooke Central Public School is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2017-2019 for its integration of engaging and varied Apple technology in flexible learning spaces throughout the school. Apple Distinguished Schools are centres of innovation, leadership and educational excellence that use Apple...
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Update on College Labour Disruption - Nov. 20, 2017

November 20, 2017
​On November 19, the Ontario Government passed back to work legislation that required the legal strike by Ontario College Faculty (as represented by OPSEU) to be terminated through binding mediation-arbitration.  Dual Credit and SWAC Programs
All SWAC classes will resume at the respective colleges on Tuesday, November 21 and Dual Credit...
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LKDSB Raising Awareness about Bullying Nov. 20-24

November 17, 2017

The Lambton Kent District School Board is participating in Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, November 20-2 4, 2017 to help promote safe schools and positive learning environments in Ontario. The LKDSB is committed to ensuring positive, safe and inclusive learning and working environments for students, staff and the community. During this...
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Update on College Labour Disruption - Nov. 16, 2017

November 16, 2017
​Following a vote on Nov. 14–16, 2017, Ontario's college faculty (as represented by OPSEU) rejected the College Employer Council's contract offer. As a result Lambton Kent District School Board's Dual Credit Program continues to be suspended. SWAC Program
SWAC classes will continue at their alternate locations as outlined below:
Lambton College Secondary...
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Tecumseh Public School Approved as Name for Consolidated School

November 15, 2017
Trustees of the Lambton Kent District School Board, on the recommendation of the Ad Hoc Naming Committee, approved the name Tecumseh Public School for the consolidated John N. Given and Tecumseh Public School at the November 14, 2017 Board Meeting. Input on keeping the name Tecumseh Public School was gathered from students,...
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LKDSB Commemorates Treaties Recognition Week Nov. 6-10

November 03, 2017

The Lambton Kent District School Board commemorates Treaties Recognition Week on November 6-10, joining the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation and school boards across the province in promoting education and awareness about treaties and treaty relationships. Throughout the week, LKDSB students and staff will learn more about Ontario's treaties and...
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Lambton Kent and St. Clair Catholic District School Boards Sign MOU with Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health

November 02, 2017
The Lambton Kent District School Board and St. Clair Catholic district school boards signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Chatham-Kent and Lambton Public Health during a meeting held on Oct. 17 involving both school boards and the local heath units. The school boards have a longstanding partnership with both local health...
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Ad Hoc Naming Committee for the Consolidated John N. Given and Tecumseh Public School Meeting to be held Nov. 2

November 01, 2017
The next meeting for the Ad Hoc Naming Committee for the Consolidated John N. Given and Tecumseh Public School will be held on Thursday, November 2 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. at John N. Given Public School. The agenda is available at http://www.lkdsb.net/Board/AccommodationReview/chatham-arc/naming/Pages/default.aspx Thanks to everyone who submitted your thoughts on keeping the...
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Thanks for sharing your thoughts on keeping the name Tecumseh Public School for the consolidated school

October 30, 2017
​Thanks to everyone who submitted their thoughts on keeping the name Tecumseh Public School for the consolidated school. Members of the Committee will review the submissions at the November 2 meeting. It is expected that a report will be presented to Trustees at the November 28, 2017 Board Meeting. The next...
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Treaties Recognition Week Nov. 6-10

October 30, 2017
​As we approach Treaties Recognition Week in the first week of November, schools are working towards greater understanding of treaties, treaty relationships, and the responsibilities we have to raise awareness about Indigenous histories, cultures, contributions and perspectives. At Principal Council, principals learned about treaties that are in place in Ontario. Each...
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LKDSB Presents Pupil Accommodation Report 2017/2018 to Trustees

October 27, 2017
​ Lambton Kent District School Board Senior Administration presented the Pupil Accommodation Report 2017/2018 to Trustees at the October 24, 2017 Board Meeting. In compliance with the LKDSB's regulation and Ontario Ministry of Education directions, Senior Administration presented the LKDSB's current and future enrolment demographics, financial considerations and school site information...
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Lambton Kent and St. Clair Catholic District School Boards to Share $25,000 from Noelle's Gift

October 16, 2017
​ The Noelle's Gift foundation will donate a total of $25,000 to the St. Clair Catholic and Lambton Kent district school boards to support students and families in need for the 2017-2018 school year. "The Noelle's Gift charity does so much to help children who are in need, not only in...
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Process to Submit Feedback on the Name of the Consolidated John N. Given and Tecumseh Public School

October 16, 2017
The Ad Hoc Naming Committee for the Consolidated John N. Given and Tecumseh Public School will be accepting input from all stakeholder groups on keeping the name Tecumseh Public School. The Ad Hoc Naming Committee feels the Tecumseh Public School name supports the criteria outlined in the Lambton Kent District School...
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Update for students re: St. Clair and Lambton College labour disruption (Oct. 16, 2017)

October 16, 2017
​Ontario's college faculty, as represented by OPSEU, has not reached a contract deal with the College Employer Council. As a result, all public colleges in Ontario are currently involved in a strike action as of Monday, Oct. 16, including St. Clair and Lambton College. Dual Credit Program As a result of...
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Update for students regarding potential St. Clair and Lambton College labour disruption on Oct. 16

October 13, 2017
Ontario's college faculty (as represented by OPSEU) is currently engaged in contract talks with the College Employer Council.  At this point in time, a deal has not been reached. As such, Monday, October 16 has been set as the earliest time that a legal strike or lockout could potentially begin at all...
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CLASS Celebrates National School Bus Safety Week and Bus Driver Appreciation Day

October 12, 2017
​ Chatham-Kent Lambton Administrative School Services (CLASS) is urging children and parents to say a special 'thank you' to the many dedicated bus drivers, who ensure students arrive safely at school every day. CLASS is a consortium which provides bus transportation each day to more than 17,000 students of the St....
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Dr. Dean Kriellaars Presents "Can Physical Activity Promote Emotional Development?"

October 11, 2017
​Please join Dr. Dean Kriellaars and both the Lambton Kent District School Board and St. Clair Catholic District School Board on October 25 at St. Patrick's Catholic High School and October 26 at Winston Churchill Public School from 6:30-8 p.m. to learn about the ABC's of physical activity and how it can...
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Fair Notice Communication Regarding Violence Threat Risk Assessment Protocol

September 28, 2017
​ To Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers of students in the Lambton Kent District School Board: The Lambton Kent District School Board is committed to providing safe learning environments for all students, staff, school visitors, and community members.  When a student behaves inappropriately, principals will most often employ progressive discipline strategies to...
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LKDSB commemorates Orange Shirt Day

September 28, 2017
​ Although Orange Shirt Day is officially held on Sept. 30, the Lambton Kent District School Board commemorates Orange Shirt Day today (Sept. 28) to honour the survivors of residential schools, as well as the children and young people who never returned home. We encouraged staff and students to wear orange on...
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LKDSB Celebrates Staff and Volunteers on Oct. 5

September 27, 2017
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board celebrates those who dedicate their time to support student success during Staff and Volunteer Appreciation Day, held on Oct. 5. "Our staff and volunteers are committed to supporting safe and caring learning environments for our students," said Chair Jane Bryce. "On behalf of the...
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Announcement from Director Costello

September 23, 2017
​On behalf of the Lambton Kent District School Board's Trustees, Senior Administration and employees, I express sincere condolences for the loss of LKETFO President Ron Rivait. Ron lost his battle with cancer on Sept. 22. Ron had a longstanding and notable career with the Lambton Kent District School Board. He joined...
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LKDSB Releases 2016-2017 EQAO Results

September 21, 2017
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board renews its commitment to improving academic outcomes in the areas of mathematics and literacy, following the release of the 2016-2017 the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) results on Sept. 20. The LKDSB reports consistent results in its EQAO results for Grades 3 and...
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Student Accident Insurance available for voluntary purchase

September 06, 2017
​ The Lambton Kent District School Board does not provide coverage to students for accidents occurring at school or during school activities (i.e. athletics, field trips, etc.).  For your convenience, the Board has made arrangements for families wishing to voluntarily purchase student accident insurance. Plans are available through the Kids Plus™...