|Limestone District School Board
|Limestone Education Center, 220 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, Ontario
|Superintendent||Paul Babin, Treasurer|
|Chair from the board||David Jackson - Vice-Chair, Paula Murray|
|Director of your practice||Debra Rantz|
|Schools||70 schools and education centres|
|Budget||CA$235 million (additional capital budget of $42, 588 million) million (2013-14)|
|Students and staff|
|Students||21, 206 (stable to gradually decreasing - previous 21 072)|
|Chosen trustees||Five urban (U) and 4 rural (R) Trustees. Term December 1, 2014 - November 30, 2018. Urban: Tom Mahoney (U) Paula Murray (U) Alec Ross (U) Elaine Crawford (U) David Jackson (U) Rural: Wess Garrod(R) Laurie French(R) Karen McGregor (R) Suzanne Ruttan (R)|
(LDSB, referred to as British-language Public District School Board No. 27 just before 1999) is definitely an British public district school board encompassing an area which includes the town of Kingston and also the areas of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington in Eastern Ontario, Canada. The board began inside a 1998 provincial reorganization of Ontario school boards. It's an amalgamation from the former Frontenac County and Lennox and Addington County Boards of your practice. The board's Chair for 2015-2016 is David Jackson. The Vice-Chair is Paula Murray.
The Limestone District School Board serves 21, 206 students at 70 schools and centres, employing 2, 200 instructors and staff. The district covers a geographic section of 7, 719 square kms such as the townships of Central Frontenac, Addington Highlands, North Frontenac, South Frontenac, Frontenac Islands, Loyalist and Stone Mills, along with the Capital of scotland- Greater Napanee and Kingston.
By September 1, 2014, the board works 53 elementary schools, 11 secondary schools, the Limestone School of Community Education along with other specialized education centres. The city offered by each school is suggested for this list after each schools title. Some students may attend a college outdoors from the area they reside to ensure that they might attend a unique program. The college board is expecting gradually decreasing enrollment, particularly of secondary students, until about 2016. A provincial Full-Day Kindergarten program is growing enrolment in most elementary schools and it is available these days in most elmentary schools.
The Board of Trustees from the Limestone Board has lately built two new elementary schools and something K-12 senior high school (opened up The month of january 2014) inside the district. These schools happen to be built-in the Pittsburgh District of Kingston, within the south finish from the Capital of scotland- Napanee as well as in Sharbot Lake. An growth of Sydenham Senior High School was completed The month of january 2014. Numerous existing elementary schools within the district is going to be closed because these new consolidated schools open. Each new grade school may have an enrolment which is between 600 and 800 students.
Program and Accommodation Review Committees (PARC) for Central Kingston and Kingston North presented reviews this year-13 regarding changes to elementary and school accommodation. Senior staff made further recommendations according to these reviews for consideration through the Board of Trustees in 2013. Public concerns have come to light concerning the possible development of a "school desert" within the central a part of Kingston consequently of faculty closures or changes approved by Trustees in June 2013. The ultimate type of these changes was confirmed following a review through the Board of Trustees of numerous adding factors including funding, site availability and technical development issues. The look concept for that new intermediate and school to become situated around the QECVI school property in Kingston was approved in December 2015 through the Board of Trustees.
Limestone's Board of Trustees are chosen authorities accountable for the whole process of public schools within the district. Trustees would be the critical political outcomes of community and college boards. They ensure public schools satisfy the diverse needs of scholars within their community. They're chosen through the public school citizens every 4 years, throughout municipal elections and therefore are directly accountable towards the community. The present nine-member Board assists until November 30, 2018. Trustees are chosen by geographic electoral areas inside the area given through the school board. The Board also offers two Student Trustees representing urban and rural secondary schools. They serve a 1-year term and therefore are chosen through the Limestone District Inter-School Student Council each spring.
Proper goals from the Limestone District School Board
- Improve achievement and success for those students.
- Ensure fiscal responsibility and additional get the efficient utilization of assets.
- Promote overall health in safe conditions for college students and staff.
- Develop and improve work practice and leadership through professional learning.
- Get ready for future system changes and arrange for environment sustainability.
- Strengthen communication and engagement with parents/parents, educational and community partners and also the public.