Dates to Remember


Feb 14 Red, White & Pink

Feb 26 School Colours


Parent Council Events

Image result for skate clipartCWES SKATING PARTY
Sunday, Feb 23, 2020 12:30-2:30 pm (Free Event)
CWES Parent Council has reserved the Kingston Transit Rink at the Invista Centre and Meeting Room C for a Skating Party * All children must be accompanied by a parent. Bring your helmet!

Image result for paint night ADULT PAINT NIGHT
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 6:30-9 pm ($35/per person)
Come on out and enjoy an evening with other parents as you follow the step by step instructions to create your own masterpiece! No painting experience needed! Sign up required.

Image result for carnival clipartCAT WOODS CARNIVAL
Saturday, May 30, 2020
You won't want to miss this day full of food, fun and activities for all ages. A wonderful chance to show support for your school.


Labour Update January 10, 2019

Limestone Learning Foundation

The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO) has announced it will begin phase three of its work-to-rule job action beginning January 13, 2020.

This means that in addition to withdrawing various administrative duties, educators will not 
participate in extra-curricular activities except for those that are scheduled within the regular school day; educators will not plan or participate in any assemblies, except to provide supervision to students; and educators will not participate in field trips. Extra-curricular activities after the school day are cancelled effective January 13, and previously planned field trips are also cancelled. Schools will work with families on refunding any fees paid where possible.

It is important for families to know that there continues to be no impact on student learning and the delivery of the curriculum at this time. 

ETFO has also indicated that if the government does not address critical issues by January 17, 2020, ETFO members will begin rotating strikes beginning January 20, 2020. While we have no further information on what this might look like for families in Limestone, it may be prudent for families to begin seeking alternative arrangements for child care should rotating strikes occur. The Board will be given five days notice should strike action take place.

We remain hopeful that an agreement can be reached soon at the central bargaining table between the province, the unions, and the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA), which represents public school boards at the provincial table.

The Board will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available.