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Celebrating Louis Riel Day at the LDCSB
LouisRielDay2.jpg Happy Louis Riel Day to our Metis brothers and sisters from the lobby of the London District Catholic School Board. In the picture is Kathleen Anderson, president of London's...
Best way to celebrate Louis Riel Day? Have a feast!!
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Remembrance Day | Community Service Award
Dhm6M-nUwAAn3NC.jpg-large.jpeg On Friday throughout our Board and through the weekend Remembrance Day celebrations took place as we stopped to remember and honour and pray for those who made the ultimate...
Ways we can respond to 'our call to holiness'
This past Thursday we marked All Saints Day. Fr. Tom Rosica shared concrete ways we can respond to 'our call to holiness'. Pope Francis reminds us in his beautiful...
Highlights from the October Meeting of the Board of Trustees
New Superintendent of Education The London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ana Paula Fernandes as a new Superintendent of Education, effective January...
Growing in Faith...Growing in Christ...Serving the Other
Our prayers and deepest sympathy are with the Jewish community, the victims and their families and friends, of the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. As...
Moving Towards Truth on October 26 PD Day
Oct26PDDay.jpg The goal for the October PD Day for the Indigenous Education team was to move the Board's Grade 7, 8, and 10 History teachers farther along the path of Truth and Reconciliation....
First Meeting of the HLLP at CCH Wednesday, October 24/18
HLLP.jpg Under the leadership of CCH History teacher Alessandra Basacco, the Historical Locker Legacy Project was launched at CCH on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. The vision behind the HLLP is...
Let’s walk together
Today in municipalities across our province it is Election Day. As Canadians citizens we have rights and responsibilities . We frequently hear about our rights. Perhaps not so much...
Thomas Heffernan (father of Lauren Dianis Nunez)
Thomas David Heffernan, father of Lauren Dianis Nunez passed away  on Thursday, October 18, 2018.  Lauren is an ESL instructor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning.
Funeral arrangements are...
New Anishinaabe Cultural Teacher at Assumption
AdamSturgeonSevenGrandfathers.jpg The Indigenous Education team visited Assumption elementary school in Aylmer on Monday, October 15 for the full day. Many classes received a cultural teacher visit from Ray John or...
The Solution is Awareness
20181011_214048-rev.jpg This week on three separate occasions my attention was brought to my personal and our collective need for increased awareness of our country’s Indigenous people and their culture.  
Sir Arthur Carty Hosts First Ever Visit from Thames Bluewater Council
Thursday, October 11 was an historic day for the London District Catholic School Board as we had a chance to host Kathleen Anderson, President of the Thames Bluewater...
Gary Gregory (father of Sean Gregory)
Gary Gregory, father of Sean Gregory (father-in-law of Lauren Gregory, teacher at Sir Arthur Carty), passed away on Sunday, October 7, 2018.  Gary was a retired teacher and Sean is a...
98 and ¾ Percent Guaranteed
IMG_4944.jpg Thanksgiving Day 2018 - Oh what a beautiful day! So many of us took advantage of the sunshine and summer like temperatures to walk, bike and run along the...
STA Orange Shirt Day
STAOrangeShirtDay.jpg STA celebrated Orange Shirt Day on October 3. The Indigenous Lead for STA, Mrs. O'Leary Reesor, along with STA's student council, organized a variety of experiences for the day. In this picture,...
The Whole is More Than the Sum of its Parts
Last Monday we presented to the Board of Trustees and to our community our Multi-Year Strategic Plan Year III Progress Report. Linked here is a highlight of some of the...
Orange Shirt Day in the LDCSB
OrangeShirtStMarys.jpg Orange Shirt Day at St. Mary's High School, Woodstock, St. Marks, JPII, the CEC, and Blessed Sacrament. Thank you to everyone for showing that every child matters.

Visit to Monsignor J.H. O'Neil in Tillsonburg
MonsignorONeilRay.jpeg Thank you to the amazing staff at Monsignor J.H. O'Neil in Tillsonburg for welcoming Ray and Tammy to their school on Monday. While Tammy was teaching a lesson on...
Creativity, Humility and Passion
This past week I had the pleasure of hearing not one but two impressive and powerful speakers. On Wednesday, Dr. Nouman Ashraf, Professor, Rotman School of Management spoke both...


ldcsbLearn more about our Indigenous Education initiatives at > Programs & Services > Indigenous Education
ldcsbLest we forget
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ldcsbLDCSB and the environment. More info at > Programs & Services > Environmental Initiatives
ldcsbFewer and fewer students are walking or biking to school nowadays. Long lineups of cars queue up along roads before and after school, and school parking lots need to be cordoned off multiple times a day to ensure there is enough space for school buses to get in and out. The London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB) hopes to change that by promoting Active School Travel so that more students walk and wheel to school each day. “Walking or biking to school is a great way for kids to get a bit of exercise, while alleviating some traffic congestion around schools and helping the environment,” said Jacquie Davison, Superintendent of Business for the LDCSB. “Our team will be looking for safe route for students to travel, and help the schools get the information to families.” In partnership with Southwestern Ontario Student Transportation Services, the newly created Travel Planner position has been filled for the two year project. The project is made possible through Ontario Active School Travel, a program of Green Communities Canada with financial support from the Government of Ontario. In addition to funding the program is providing new and improved resources, program development, training, coaching and other supports to partners in London and 11 other communities across the province. In addition to supporting LDCSB schools who are interested in taking on a school travel planning initiative, the grant also provides additional funds for the City of London and Can-Bike as local partners. Schools already involved in travel planning will receive additional support through wayfinding signs, bike racks and promoting safe cycling practices. Active school travel has numerous benefits, including health and fitness, a reduction in obesity, improved cognitive function and school performance, social development, an increase in independent mobility, increased happiness, reduced traffic and school zone congestion, reduced emissions, and improved air quality.
ldcsbHave you ever wondered what it would be like to be the principal of a school? Learn more at > Careers > Principals and Vice Principals