Breaking ground at Lindsay’s new STEAM hub

Passersby may notice some activity at the former public works building on Peel Street in Lindsay as construction crews transform… Continue reading “Breaking ground at Lindsay’s new STEAM hub”

Educators at all levels struggling with Artificial Intelligence

As students returned to school this fall, an academic dark cloud has been hanging over education. It has nothing to… Continue reading “Educators at all levels struggling with Artificial Intelligence”

Summer learning programs offered to students by TLDSB to fill in learning gaps

TLDSB improves scores on EQAO assessments

On October 12, the Education Quality and Assessment Office (EQAO) released the latest results for school boards in Ontario from… Continue reading “TLDSB improves scores on EQAO assessments”

Fleming’s Frost Campus celebrates half century

In 1965, Ontario Minister of Education, Bill Davis, convinced Progressive Conservative Premier John Robarts that it was time for the… Continue reading “Fleming’s Frost Campus celebrates half century”

Remembering teacher Rob Mathers

By Bruce Barrett For most of my adult life, this weekend represented two things simultaneously. An end, and a beginning…. Continue reading “Remembering teacher Rob Mathers”

Deserving local students receive generous family legacy scholarship awards

Three local philanthropists, Chris Handley, Mike Perry, and Phong Tan have demonstrated their unwavering commitment to ensuring access to quality… Continue reading “Deserving local students receive generous family legacy scholarship awards”

Lack of Early Childhood Educators affecting daycare space access

Education Minister Stephen Lecce and local MPP Laurie Scott took have been promoting Kawartha Lakes daycare facilities, touting the joint federal-provincial plan they claimed would create 86,000 new daycare spaces across Ontario by 2026.