Return to School 2021

Limestone Learning Foundation
Click here to access the COVID-19 daily screening tool.
Click here for information about take-home COVID-19 tests
Click here to review the board's vaccination disclosure protocol and staff vaccination rates.
Click here for information on the LDSB Virtual School.
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Click here to access wellness resources and supports for students and families.
Click here to review messages from the Director of Education related to the return to school.
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COVID-19 Related Absence Reporting Dashboard
Click here to review the 2021 Return-to-School Guide.
Click here to learn more about ventilation in schools.
Click here to review frequently asked questions about the return to school.
Click here to access the KFL&A Public Health website for information on COVID-19 and schools.

The Ministry of Education has lifted various measures including cohorting, distancing, immunization disclosure, confirmation of screening, effective March 21, 2022. More measure are anticipated to be removed as school boards align with other sectors in the province.

The Ministry of Education's 
COVID-19: Health, safety and operational guidance for schools (2021-2022) outlines how school boards are to operate. The board continues to work with KFL&A Public Health and community partners to develop specific plans and procedures for Limestone as appropriate. The Limestone District School Board remains committed to supporting a healthy, safe, and respectful environment for all students and staff. 

Many of the precautions and adaptations put in place in 2020-2021 will continue into the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. It is important to note that protocols may change based on local experience and data or direction from the province.

The board will continue to keep families updated with direct communication from schools and the board. The most up-to-date information will be shared here on the Return to School webpages.

The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.