Getting Started

Limestone Learning Foundation

Step 1: Students under the age of 18 should plan an activity in consultation with their parent(s)/guardian(s). The activity should be one that involves service to others. The activity must fall within the guiding principles the Board has established, and should be identified on the Board's list of examples.

Step 2: Students should confirm the details of the activity with the community organizer who will be responsible for the activity.

Step 3: Students must complete the Notification of Planned Community Involvement and submit it to their school. A Principal's signature is required if the activity is not on the Board's list of examples or if the activity is one of School Community Service.

Step 4
: Students are to complete their planned activity and should have the Completion of Community Involvement Activity Record signed by the community organizer.

Step 5: These steps should be repeated until the 40-hour requirement has been fulfilled. Students must submit their Completion of Community Involvement Activity Record to their home school for data entry. 


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