Media Release: Kindergarten Registration is Open for September 2024


LINDSAY, ON – Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) has opened registration for students starting Kindergarten in September 2024. TLDSB offers both junior and senior Kindergarten programs, where our youngest students develop a strong foundation for learning in all areas. At this stage, students grow through play-based learning and small group instruction with caring educators. Students will learn about language and math, engage in healthy physical activities and the arts, and develop socially and emotionally through interaction with their peers and educators who guide them. Parents/guardians of children who are turning four in 2024 are encouraged to visit the Kindergarten Registration page on [...]

Media Release: Kindergarten Registration is Open for September 20242024-02-22T09:16:32-05:00

Upcoming Parent/Guardian Speaker Event: Colour Blind?


Muskoka area parents/guardians are invited to attend an upcoming speaker event, Colour Blind?, by Aubrey Noronha: Date: Tuesday, February 27 Time: 7 to 8:15 p.m. Location: Bracebridge and Muskoka Lakes Secondary School cafeteria Who: This event is for an adult audience but students Grade 9 and older are welcome to attend. Noronha is a recognized safe schools, mental health, and anti-racism speaker who believes in the possibility of a safer and more emotionally connected school and workplace culture. Through his Hello Hope Canada programs, Noronha seeks to instill his hope for the future into the minds and hearts of youth, educators, [...]

Upcoming Parent/Guardian Speaker Event: Colour Blind?2024-02-22T09:14:57-05:00

King Albert Public School Holds Kindness Festival


On February 13, King Albert Public School (KAPS) held a Kindness Festival to spread the word on the importance of being kind and to build stronger relationships with parents/guardians and the community. Students and families had the opportunity to visit a number of different stations, including making hearts at a craft table, kindness cookies, happiness hopscotch, and friendship bracelets. Community partners were also invited to participate in the Kindness Festival and have booths for families to learn what community supports are available to them. Thank you to the following  partners in attendance: The Boys and Girls Club of Kawartha Lakes, CHIMO [...]

King Albert Public School Holds Kindness Festival2024-02-20T09:08:00-05:00

Every Child Matters Quilts


Grade two and three French Immersion students at Riverside Public School are very proud of a recent project and learning experience that they worked on over the past few months. The end result is three gorgeous quilts that will be hung in the halls at the school to remind everyone that Every Child Matters. This fall at Riverside Public School, students participated in an assembly to learn about Residential Schools. At the end of the assembly, each class chose an orange ribbon, with the name of a child who attended an Ontario Residential School and never returned home. Each classroom decided [...]

Every Child Matters Quilts2024-02-15T09:02:41-05:00

Gravenhurst High School Launches a New Website


Congratulations to Gravenhurst High School (GHS) on the launch of their new website! The new sites have a number of new features to highlight, including: An accessibility adjustment tool has been included to the site called AccessiBe, which can be found on the bottom left-hand side of any page. A week-ahead calendar has been added to the homepage that highlights school events and initiatives, Dates of Significance, Pathways and Programs events, as well as the five day and secondary tumble calendars. Individuals can see the full calendar of events and even subscribe to each category to receive email notifications! An updated Staff Directory has been [...]

Gravenhurst High School Launches a New Website2024-02-07T09:50:06-05:00

Letter to Families: Rescheduled PA Day


Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) has decided to make a change to the 2023-2024 school year calendar, reflecting that the scheduled Professional Activity (PA) Day will be moved from Friday, March 1, to Monday, April 8, for both elementary and secondary schools. The reason behind this move is to support student and staff safety. A solar eclipse is anticipated to take place across the Board on April 8, with the peak of the eclipse occurring during school dismissal time when individuals are more likely to be outdoors. For more information on the solar eclipse, see the Government of Canada’s website. Please note [...]

Letter to Families: Rescheduled PA Day2024-02-01T12:04:06-05:00

Last Day of Block 3 – January 31, 2024


Last Day of Block 3 The Last Day of Block 3 is Wednesday, January 31, 2024.  If you have any questions regarding your next scheduled course, please contact your AAEC Admin Head for details. Block 4 Block 4 courses will start on Monday, February 5, 2024. P.A. Day There is a Professional Activity Day on Friday, February 2, 2024.

Last Day of Block 3 – January 31, 20242024-01-30T08:57:49-05:00

Letter to TLDSB Families: 2024 Student Census


Dear TLDSB families, Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) is committed to understanding and meeting the learning needs of all students. We believe that all members of the school community deserve to work and learn in a safe and caring learning environment. Equity, achievement, and well-being are interconnected and the Board believes that all students can achieve their own personal success when barriers to equity and inclusion are removed. As the communities we serve grow, we welcome and value the experiences and perspectives of each person and the richness diversity brings. As part of our commitment to continued progress towards equity [...]

Letter to TLDSB Families: 2024 Student Census2024-01-30T08:52:26-05:00

Jersey Day Fundraiser Supports TLDSB Families


In its third year, the Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) Jersey Day fundraiser has grown not only in participation but in funds raised too! The third annual Jersey Day, held in November, challenged students and staff to wear their favourite sport, club, or league jersey (or even a favourite t-shirt) and donate a toonie for a Board-wide, community-to-community fundraiser. The initiative raised a total of $5,250.68 this year, which will go right back into supporting TLDSB families through the Feed All Four Fund. Way to go, TLDSB family!

Jersey Day Fundraiser Supports TLDSB Families2024-01-30T08:51:22-05:00
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