LDSB Virtual School

Limestone Learning Foundation
Click here to learn more about the 2021-2022 Virtual School.
The Limestone District School Board has established the LDSB Virtual School to accommodate students who have decided to opt for remote learning for the 2020-2021 school year.

Information on the 2021-2022 Virtual School can be reviewed by accessing the green banner above: "2021-2022 Virtual School Information & Registration."

The LDSB Virtual School (for Kindergarten to Grade 12) for the 2020-2021 school year will use the same content and expectations set out in the Ontario Curriculum as regular in person learning. Programming will include opportunities for guided instruction, large- and small-group learning, live (synchronous) check-ins, and scheduled (asynchronous) independent work. Students are expected to engage for 300 minutes of learning as they would in in-person school.

During remote learning in the 2020-2021 School year, students and families will be provided with a daily schedule or timetable that includes a combination of live (synchronous) and scheduled (asynchronous) learning activities. Teachers will be available to students during the teachers' assigned teaching timetables, as they would be if they were face-to-face in a classroom setting. 
Live (synchronous) learning sessions will be communicated to families and students. Educators should use their professional judgement to provide some flexibility to students on an individual basis when students are unable to participate in (live) synchronous learning.

Click here for more information on LDSB Elementary Virtual School.
Click here for more information on LDSB Secondary Virtual School.
Technical Help
Families can access the LDSB Student & Family Technical Help Page to access help documents for guidance on common topics.

Guidelines for Video Conferencing: Support for Students

Guidelines for Video Conferencing: Support for Families


For all LDSB Virtual School inquiries, please call
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The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.