Flyer Distribution

Limestone Learning Foundation

The Limestone District School Board is redeveloping its intranet and flyer distribution platform, and therefore will be pausing requests for distribution of third-party materials at this time.

The Limestone District School Board recognizes that local community groups, associations, and organizations have purposes and activities which are of social and educational value to school communities in the district. The Board, and its schools, are approached by many organizations requesting approval to facilitate information sharing and/or to distribute materials to school communities via students, parents/guardians and staff.

As such, the Board has developed Administrative Procedure 149: Approved for Distribution to address various requests. The Board does not permit solicitation or advertising of products, businesses, or corporations in schools or on Board property. The Board will, at its discretion, share information on behalf of not-for-profit community groups and organizations if it has social and/or educational value to school communities in the district. 

In a move toward reducing both the fiscal and environmental impact of distributing paper information to staff and students, the LDSB will share non-essential information in electronic format only. Approved information is shared with school administration for review and distribution at their discretion.

Beyond school and school board information, the only information that may be shared with students, parents/guardians and staff is critical, community information from municipal, provincial (public health), or federal governments. 

Approval process:

  • Only electronic requests will be considered.
  • E-mail your request, outlining your organization and attached your flyer and/or brochure as an attachment (in PDF format only).
  • Due to the volume of requests, please note that organizations will not receive confirmation that their request has been approved.
  • The Board reserves the right to approve or deny approval materials as it may deem appropriate. 

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