Board Policies Under Review

Limestone Learning Foundation

The Board of Trustees are required to carry out their responsibilities in a manner that assists the Board in fulfilling its duties under the Education Act. There are provincially-mandated elements that boards embed in their policies which boards cannot change (e.g. budget, code of conduct, protection of privacy, etc.)

Public input is an important part of the Board's approval process in providing valuable feedback on policies being reviewed or under consideration. Offering your comments on any proposed edits in a draft policy provides the Board with a broader understanding of the issues surrounding the draft document.

When policies are under review, the public is invited to provide feedback via email
.The Board of Trustees welcome and value public input from students, parents, and members of the community about Board policies, practices, issues and its overall education system.

Policy 13: Delegations and Submissions under Review

Trustees of the Limestone District School Board are seeking feedback on changes and additions to Policy 13: Delegations and Submissions.

Public input will be accepted until Friday, October 27, 2023. 

There are significant additions to section 1.9.0. to provide context and details on why a delegation presentation may be declined or where there are other opportunities for delegates to provide input to the Board.  

The edits to the policy provide greater clarity regarding process and timing and provide parameters for what information publicly comes forward as Delegations and Submissions. 

LDSB Policy 13: Delegations and Submissions with proposed changes

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