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Important reminders for a safe and healthy holiday break

December 18, 2020

​Dear parents/guardians,

Thank you for your ongoing efforts which have made the school re-opening process possible, and for adhering to public health and safety measures that have ensured schools remain a safe place for our students and staff.

The holidays are going to look a little different this year. We understand that there may be challenges as the winter break approaches but we encourage all families to consider what we can all do to make the return to school in January 2021 as safe as possible. I would also like to remind you about the actions we are taking to reinforce the health and safety protocols aimed at protecting our students and staff while limiting the spread of COVID-19 at schools.

During the holidays, it is important for everyone to adhere to the public health measures in our communities when connecting with one another. By following public health advice, we can all have a safe and fun holiday season. You can check the government's holiday webpage for more direct and up-to-date guidance on how individuals and families can plan for a safe holiday season, including suggestions for safer holiday activities for children and families.

As a reminder, anyone feeling ill should not attend school. All students, staff, and visitors must be screened for symptoms of illness every day before attending school or child care. To help meet this requirement, please refer to the provincial COVID-19 school screening tool.

Self-screening will still be a requirement when we return to school and we will continue to reinforce masking and hand hygiene, as well as cohorting and physical distancing with students and staff.

We encourage you to visit to learn what public health measures are in place in our community – but also please be aware that these could change depending on the most current public health advice. We also suggest checking out the Chatham-Kent Public Health and Lambton Public Health websites as it may also have helpful resources and supports.

Visit the Lambton Kent District School Board website for the most up-to-date information:

If you have any specific questions about your child, please follow-up with your school directly.

Wishing all LKDSB families and staff a safe and healthy holiday season.


John Howitt
Director of Education


Lambton Central Collegiate & Vocational Institute
4141 Dufferin Ave, Petrolia, ON, N0N 1R0
Principal: Gregory Nemcek
Vice Principal: Scott Watson
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