Online Learning Resources

Limestone Learning Foundation
Remote Learning/opting out of returning to school: Families may choose to keep their students at home when schools reopen in September 2020. These students would be offered remote learning opportunities. Students who choose remote learning will learn the required curriculum expectations and engage in learning with a teacher and other students in a structured format.  It is important to note that remote learning will not be the same as in-person learning. There will be live (synchronous) and scheduled (asynchronous) learning opportunities.  Students will be expected to engage in remote learning and that they will be online and present as required.

Read more about remote learning in our School Reopening FAQs

Our LDSB team is committed to sharing resources to help engage students and families. Please use these resources as an option to support your child’s learning and well-being, in addition to the Ministry of Education's Learn at Home resources. While these resources are available to you, it is important to continue to engage in meaningful activities such as reading together, cooking, spending time in nature, playing games, building and completing puzzles.

LDSB Online Resources

Ministry of Education Learn at Home

Guidelines for Video Conferencing: Support for Families

Guidelines for Video Conferencing: Support for Students

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