Education

Remembering Usha

Early learning facilitator remembered for her gentle ways

By Sharon Johnson If you ever sat at a child-sized playdough table with Usha at an EarlyON program, you were… Continue reading “Remembering Usha”

I.E. Weldon Secondary School hosts Lindsay Engineering Challenge

Every year, Canadian engineering excellence is celebrated through the annual Engineering Challenge. This challenge allows youth to experience aspects of… Continue reading “I.E. Weldon Secondary School hosts Lindsay Engineering Challenge”

Globetrotter: The adventurous Effie McQuarrie

Just in Time local history series

Five years ago in these pages the Advocate profiled half a dozen local women who made their mark in a… Continue reading “Globetrotter: The adventurous Effie McQuarrie”

Investing in education

Teaching unions have a long history of pressing for change

Students leaving Leslie Frost Pubic School for their summer holidays 60 years ago were probably blissfully unaware of a simmering… Continue reading “Investing in education”

Big changes for area schools as five K-6 schools become K-8

At the January 23, Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) Public Meeting of the Board, trustees approved the recommendations for… Continue reading “Big changes for area schools as five K-6 schools become K-8”

School boundaries set to dramatically change

Massive change is on the horizon for area students as Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) gets set to redraw… Continue reading “School boundaries set to dramatically change”

School boundary changes long overdue

Editorial

Owing to Lindsay’s current – and anticipated – growth, school boundaries are in a state of flux with big changes… Continue reading “School boundary changes long overdue”