Celebrating Black History Month
February is Black History Month, an opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge the legacy of Black Canadians. Together with the Limestone District School Board Kingston Frontenac Public Library is honouring the past, present, and futures of Kingston’s Black communities with poetry and prose.
Championing student voice at town halls
Odessa PS is ensuring student voice is included in shaping the overall school climate and culture.
TechnoMath pilot brings math to life
Ernestown Secondary School is one of the first schools in the province to pilot the TechnoMath program
Umoja Black Advisory Committee
The Limestone District School Board (LDSB) and Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington (FACSFLA) maintain an ongoing commitment to provide excellent and high-quality educational and child welfare services to children, youth and families of diverse backgrounds that are free from discrimination, racism, and oppression.
Writer’s Workshop with Britta B.
Black History Month is a time to recognize Black existence and strength of the past — and it is also a time to find inspiration not just in the past but from today’s Black voices and change-makers.
New field trip form promotes accessibility
Planning process now includes steps to identify and remove possible barriers.