The Limestone District School Board believes that quality public education is a shared experience that requires the collaboration of parents, students, and staff. Explore this section for useful links to help you access various information and resources to help support you throughout your entire school experience.
Heath & Wellness
Visit our Health & Wellness page for information on hwo to support the mental health and physical well being of students.
Ask a Teacher Learning Resources: All Ontario high school students can take advantage of free learning and homework resources. Get help with English, science and math. Chat with a tutor online.
Destination Reading Learning Management System: Web-based, learning management system for Kindergarten to Grade 12 education - includes combination of curriculum management, standards-based testing, interactive assignments, and progress reportingto help guide students toward success.
Khan Academy: Free not-for-profit lessons and supports in the areas of math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more.
Mathies: Resources, tips and activities to support math education.
Ontario Educational Resource Bank: Offers a growing number of free digital learning resources to teachers and students, from Kindergarten to Grade 12 including units, lesson plans, activities, maps, and interactive learning resources. For login information, please contact email@example.com.
Tutoring Programs: The Board offers various programs to address the needs of students who may face more challenges than others as they learn to read, write and do mathematics. Research shows that with the appropriate support, all students can be successful learners.
Musical Instrument Lending Library: This library lends musical instruments free of charge and many Limestone students use the library in order to participate in school instrumental music programs.
Guidance/Student Services: each secondary school has a Guidance/Student Services department to help support students and families in a variety of ways including academic planning, course selection and personal support and referrals to community resources. Contact your school's department for more information.
Kids Help Phone: a free, anonymous and confidential phone and online professional counselling service for youth that operates 24/7, 365 days a year.
Ontario School Counsellors' Association: This website provides information on many helpful topics, such as dealing with personal and social pressures, choosing a pathway from school to work, tips for success at school, and help with career choices.