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COVID-19 cases in schools account for 35% of cases in KFL&A region

COVID-19 cases within Limestone District School Board (LDSB) schools continue to climb this week, with a fourth outbreak declared within the Board at Perth Road Public School. Three outbreaks were declared at LDSB elementary schools last week, first at R.G Sinclair Public School on Monday, Oct. 25, 2021 (total of

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Outdoor piano fosters creativity at Frontenac Secondary

Music teacher, Scott Davey, and a host of others, recently came together to bring a special musical experience to the students of Frontenac Secondary School (FSS) in the wake of the Pandemic. “In July, I was thinking of ways to increase the presence of music at Frontenac. Because of COVID,

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LDSB ‘well positioned’ to open schools safely

As a community, we must do our utmost to ensure our schools remain safe and open.” — Krisha Burra, LDSB Director of Education *CORRECTION: This article states that “Patty Gollogly, Associate Superintendent of Education, said KFL&A Public Health reported 76 per cent of eligible students have had the first dose

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Liberals: Disruption of education due to ‘lack of leadership’ by Ford, Lecce

Hard capped classes of 20, increased access to special education and mental health professionals, and a promise to match the over $500 million that’s already been invested by the federal government to improve school ventilation — these were the top promises made by Ontario Liberal Leader Steven del Duca laid

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Frontenac Secondary School students receive Shopify certification

  Business Leadership students at Frontenac Secondary School are getting the opportunity to receive Shopify certification through a program in partnership with St. Lawrence College. The Shopify Badge Program was developed by St. Lawrence College program coordinator & educator of marketing Pam Armstrong and is the first of its kind.

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Students walk out in protest of cuts and changes to education

Hundreds of students could be seen throughout the city and county today as they walked out of school and voiced their concerns about the changes and cuts to education at the provincial level. Approximately 650 secondary school students walked out of school and either walked, drove, or took public transit

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High school students share the fruits of their labour at annual Guitar Show

Students in the Guitar Building Focus Program at Kingston Collegiate Vocational Institute (KCVI) showed off the guitars they’ve built themselves at the program’s annual Guitar Show. The annual guitar show at KCVI took place on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019, and showcased the 15 to 20 students  in the program this

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Threats to area schools continue for second day

After Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 saw three Kingston schools placed on lock down following threats made over the phone, the threats have continued today. Kingston Police responded to threats made to École secondaire catholique Marie-Rivier just after 10:15 am. on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018. That school was originally placed on

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