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REGULAR BOARD MEETING
PUBLIC SESSION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11,2014
7:00p.m.
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Board Room
Chatham Education Centre
476 McNaughton Avenue, Chatham
Page Reference
1.
Call to Order
2.
In Memoriam
3.
Approval of Agenda
4.
Declaration of Confl ict of Interest
5.
Approval of the Minutes from the October 14, 2014 Regular Board Meeting
6.
Business Arising from the Minutes
7.
Motions Emanating from the Regular Board Private Session
8.
Motion that the Actions of the Regular Board Private Session be the Action of the Board .
9.
Presentations:
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10. Delegations
11. Questions from the Public
12. Reports for Board Action
a) Policy and Regulations on Secondary Student Art Show and
Board Recognition
Recommendation
That the Board approve the revised policy and regulations on Secondary
Student Art. "
Director Costello
Report B-14-115
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Director Costello
Report B-14-116
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c) Policy and Regulations on Naming and Renaming of Board
Facilities
Recommendation
"That the Board approve the review of the policy and regulations
on Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities. "
Director Costello
Report B-14-117
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d) Policy and Regulations on inclement Weather
Director Costello
Report B-14-118
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b) Policy on Donations
Recommendation
"That the Board approve the revised policy on Donations."
Recommendation
"That the Board approve the review of the policy and regulations
on Inclement Weather."
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e) 2013/2014 School Year Audited Financial Statements
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Superintendent Andruchow
Report B-14-119
Recommendation
"That the Audit Committee recommends to the Lambton
Kent District School Board the approval of the annual audited
Financial Statements and the accompanying Auditors' Report
for the year ending August 31 , 2014."
13. Reports for Board Information
a) 2013/2014 Annual Audit Committee Report
Trustee Bryce
Report B-14-120
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b) Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) Report
Trustee Hudie
Report B-14-121
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c) Native Advisory Committee (NAC) Report
Trustee Altiman
Report B-14-122
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d) Student Senate
e) Pupil Accommodation October 2014
f) Budget Meeting Schedule
Student Trustees Garapick/Naima
Oral Report
Director Costello
Report B-14-123
Superintendent Andruchow
Report B-14-124
14. Correspondence
15. New Business
16. Trustee Question Period
17. Notices of Motion
18. Future Agenda Items
19. Announcements
a) Open House Construction Project Celebration at Queen Elizabeth II Public School, Petrolia, on
November 13, 2014 at 6:00p.m.
b) The next Regular Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at the
Sarnia Education Centre at 7:00p.m.
c) The Annual Organization Meeting of the Board will be held on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at the Sarnia
Education Centre at 7:00p.m.
20. Adjournment
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In Memoriam
Payton Dozois-Kelly
Payton Dozois-Kelly passed away October 26, 2014 in her 15th year.
Payton was a Grade 11 student at Chatham-Kent Secondary School. She will be
missed by staff, students and all who knew her.
May God bless her family at this time of sorrow.
November 11 , 2014
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PRESENT:
Trustees:
Chair Scott McKinlay, Vice-Chair lan Cryer, Jane Bryce, Randy Campbell, Ruth
Ann Dodman, Jack Fletcher, Elizabeth Hudie, Judy Krall, Dave Macko and
Carmen McGregor
Student Trustee
Reidun Garapick and Naima Raza
Staff:
Director of Education Jim Costello, Superintendent of Business Ron
Andruchow, Superintendents of Education, Joy Badder, Mike Gilfoyle, Taf
Lounsbury and Phil Warner and Manager of Human Resources Doug Bestard
Regrets:
Trustee Anika Altiman, Superintendent Dave Doey
Recording Secretary:
Trish Johnston, Executive Assistant and Communications Officer
Call to Order:
Chair McKinlay called the Meeting to order at 7:00p.m. An In Memoriam was read
for Elementary Teacher Alisa Parker. A moment of silence was observed.
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Approval of the Agenda
Oct/14/2014
Moved by Jane Bryce, seconded by Dave Macko,
Declaration of Conflict of
Interest:
No declarations of conflict of interest were issued.
#2014-142
Approval of Minutes
Sept/23/2014
Moved by Ruth Ann Dodman seconded by Judy Krall,
"That the Agenda for the Regular Board Meeting Public Session of October
14, 2014 be approved."
CARRIED.
"That the Board approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of
September 23, 2014."
CARRIED.
Motions Emanating from
Private Session
Moved by lan Cryer, seconded by Jack Fletcher,
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Action of the Regular
Board Private Session be
the Action of the Board
Moved by lan Cryer, seconded by Carmen McGregor,
"That the Board approve the Employment Agreement for the Director of
Education as outlined in Report B-14-1 06."
CARRIED.
"That the Action of the Board in Private Session be the Action of the
Board. "
CARRIED.
Presentations:
Director of Education's
Snap Shots of Excellence
Director Costello informed Trustees that the Student Senate had reached their
goal of $10,000 for the Enactus project to build a school in Africa. The cheque
presentation took place on October 11 at Lambton College. He presented the
Director's Snapshots of Excellence which contained examples of excellence and
engagement occurring throughout the district. Pictures featured examples of
inspirational projects, the D Day 701h anniversary ceremony in France, examples of
the OPP's recognizing good behavior program, student symposiums, natural
playscapes created at schools, WDSS's fly fishing club, physical activity events,
literacy activities, Terry Fox Runs, ALS ice bucket challenges, Agriculture in the
Classroom activities, cancer fund raising activities, fund raising activities for
Noelle's Gift, retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield skyping with schools, antibullying activities, and breakfast program activities. Chair McKinlay thanked
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Director Costello for the presentation noting the importance of the presentation to
keep Trustees informed .
Ridgetown District High
School (RDHS) Grade 7 &
8 Student Presentation
Director Costello introduced Greg Nemcek the Principal at Ridgetown District High
School. Greg thanked the Board for the invitation to attend . He introduced Daniel
Maryschak Vice-Principal at RDHS . He shared a slide show highlighting school
activities. Student James Robinson shared his positive experiences transitioning
from Grade 5 and 6 at Naahii Ridge Public School to Grade 7 at RDHS. Celestia
Simpson, a Grace 10 student advised that being at RDHS provided more
opportunities for her and enabled her to meet new people and friends which
helped make her transition into Grade 9 easier. RDHS Parent Council Chair
Heather Simpson explained that she was involved with the ARC and Transition
Committee and had children impacted by the program. She stated that she was
scared on the first day of school for her daughter and the other students in the
program. She advised that the model worked and it was fantastic for the students.
Her daughter has had no issues and her son is now in Grade 8 and is trying out for
things he would never have the opportunity to before. Greg Terry, Grade 8
Teacher, advised that he was skeptical in the beginning but now feels the Grade 7
to 12 model is a better model than the K to Grade 8 model. The facilities are
second to none for the students. Student engagement has had a positive impact
on behavior. The Grade 7 and 8 students occupy different hallways, have different
bell times and outside areas . The older students serve as peer helpers in
classrooms. The model also provides teachers with the opportunity for cross
panel interaction on a daily basis. Trustees thanked the group for their
enthusiastic presentation and positive feedback on the continued success of the
program . Chair McKinlay noted that at the time, Heather was the Parent Council
Chair of the school that was going to close and she was extremely instrumental in
the success of the program . Director Costello commented that the presentation
was a great example of student, staff and parent engagement. He thanked
Heather for her courage on the ARC. He referred to the survey conducted in
Ridgetown following the implementation of the program and advised that a similar
process will be followed in Wallaceburg .
Summer Literacy Learning
Program
Superintendent Lounsbury explained that the Summer Literacy Learning Program
(SLLP) is funded through CODE and the LNS. The Board has operated the
program for the past four summers. She introduced System Coordinator Wilma
Sonneveld-Wright and acknowledged her contributions to the success of the
program. She introduced Eryn Smit, Vice-Principal of Queen Elizabeth II Public
School Chatham. He has been the Vice-Principal of the SLLP in Chatham the past
two summers. Vice-Principal Smit advised that the Summer Learning Project was
designed to examine and determine the effects of a summer literacy program on
the reading levels of primary students who were experiencing challenges in literacy
learning. It was launched in 2011 at Lansdowne Public School in Sarnia and
shifted to Tecumseh Public School in Chatham in 2013. It ran concurrently at
Lansdowne Public School and Tecumseh Public School during July 2014. The
goals of the program were to minimize summer reading loss, increase academic
confidence, engage parents and provide a fun, free 'camp' experience. Two
teachers are assigned to each school. A total of 57 students were enrolled at
both sites with a 93% attendance rate over the 15 days of the program. Student
Molly Cordeiro read a story she wrote at camp . Her Mother commented on the
progress her daughter experienced in the caring environment. Trustee Dodman
thanked Vice-Principal Smit for the opportunity to read to the children in the
program . Trustees thanked the group for an excellent presentation and the
positive impact on students.
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Policy and Regulations on
Workplace Discrimination,
Harassment and Violence
Report B-14-1 09
Director of Education explained that at the time of amalgamation the Board
developed a policy, regulations and administrative procedure on Discrimination
and Harassment Prevention, as required by the Ontario Human Rights Code. It
was limited to complaints related to the prohibited grounds, such as race, religion ,
etc. Over time the concept of a poisoned work environment was introduced, so
the policy and regulations on Respectful Working and Learning Environment. The
introduction of Bill168 brought workplace violence and harassment unrelated to
Human Rights Code into law, and the Violence in the Workplace policy and
regulations were developed . The Violence in the Workplace regulation included a
reporting and investigation procedure that had to be communicated to all
employees. Based on the latest developments in this area, the law firm of Hicks
Morley advised Administration to streamline the documents . Therefore,
Discrimination and Harassment Prevention, Respectful Working and Learning
Environment, and Violence in the Workplace have been combined into the policy,
regulations and administrative procedures called Workplace Discrimination,
Harassment and Violence . These documents address the prevention , complaint,
investigation and outcome aspects of the process. It was noted that the Board 's
Wellness Officer will assume the responsibilities of the Conflict Resolution
Coordinator as outlined in the Board regulations. Training for Trustees will be
provided at a future workshop .
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New Policy/Regulations
Workplace Discrimination,
Harassment and Violence
approved
Moved by Carmen McGregor, seconded by Judy Krall,
"That the Board approve the new policy regulations on Workplace
Discrimination, Harassment and Violence and rescind policy and
regulations on Discrimination and Harassment Prevention, Respectful
Working and Learning Environment, and Violence in the Workplace. "
It was noted that these documents are required to be reviewed on an annual basis
by the Conflict Resolution Coordinator.
CARRIED.
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Request from P.E.
McGibbon Public School,
Sarnia to Name the Library
the "Kelly Benjamin-Smith
Library".
Report B-14-110
Director Costello referred to Section 8 of the Board 's regulations "Naming and
Renaming of Board Facilities" which outlines the steps that a school must follow to
name section(s) of the school. In compliance with the regulations, P.E. McGibbon
Public School in Sarnia formed an In-House Committee to consider naming the
school's library The Kelly Benjamin-Smith Library. Kelly was a former VicePrincipal at the school. Attached is a letter outlining their rationale and requesting
approval of the Board. Executive Council supports the Committee's request.
Moved by Ruth Ann Dodman, seconded by Jack Fletcher
"That the Board approve the request from P.E. McGibbon Public School,
Sarnia, to name the library the Kelly Benjamin-Smith Library. "
CARRIED.
International Education
Trip to China, Korea and
Taiwan
Chair McKinlay thanked the Board for the opportunity to participate in the 10 day
International Education trip to China, Korea and Taiwan last month with Director
Costello. The trip was extremely productive and beneficial. He commented on
the opportunity to recruit students, establish new partnerships and the cultural
experiences. The visit to Korea provided opportunity to solidify the existing
relationship with two schools in the Susan area.
Chair McKinlay left the meeting at 8:52p.m.
Vice-Chair Cryer assumed the Chair.
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Special Education
Advisory Committee
(SEAC)
Report B-14-111
Trustee Hudie reported on the Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting
held on September 18, 2014 at the Wallaceburg District Secondary School.
SEAC took part in a priority-setting exercise. The themes will be connected to the
Board's Engagement Model and will include information on MentoringfTransition;
Technology; Collaboration/Critical Thinking; and, Supports for Parents and Spec.
Ed. Students. SEAC received information on the number of claims for special
equipment at the Board. SEAC received a report on the number of exceptional
students suspended (out of school) that was broken down by exceptionality, and
by elementary and secondary panels. The number of suspensions continues to
decline. SEAC reviewed the 2013/2014 Accessibility Report. She outlined the
correspondence reviewed by SEAC.
Native Advisory
Committee (NAC)
Report B-14-112
Trustee Krall reported that the June and September NAC Meetings focused on
identifying priorities for the 2014/2015 school year. At the June meeting, dialogue
addressed the kind of student supports that were making a difference, along with
what needed to be done differently or additionally. The group acknowledged that
success could be defined in more than one way. One aspect was progress as
measured against the Ministry's First Nations, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI) Education
Framework milestones, while another was progress as measured in First Nation
terms relative to language and culture. The group identified three priority areas:
- Student transitions- supporting students moving from community early years
programs to gr. 1 classes in board schools; Grade 6 to 7 where a change of
building was involved ; gr. 8 to 9; and then Grade 12 to post-secondary
- Curriculum development - the incorporation of local First Nation history,
culture , and perspectives into existing curriculum
- Employment processes - establishing connections between Board and First
Nation human resources departments , clarifying application processes, and
supporting interested individuals in completing applications for employment.
At the September meeting, the Committee worked with the Ministry's assessment
tool to determine implementation progress on sixteen different measures. The
accompanying discussion reinforced the above three priorities and added a fourth:
The development of a Voluntary Self-Identification Policy for Board staff.
In addition to the four priorities, there will be a continuing focus on using data to
improve student achievement, as well as promoting engagement and building
awareness. The overarching goals of supporting students and staff will be woven
through these efforts. In subsequent months, progress reports will be shared, and
new as well as revised policies impacting First Nations, Metis , and Inuit education
will be brought forward for Trustee consideration .
Audit Committee Report
Trustee Bryce reported that the Audit Committee typically holds 4 meetings during
the school year. The Audit Committee held its first meeting on September 22,
2014 by video conference between the Sarnia Education Centre and the Chatham
Regional Education Centre. The main item on the agenda was starting the process
in preparing the Board's financial statements for the 2013/14 school year and
conducting the external audit in accordance with the Public Sector Accounting
Board Standards referred to as PSAB. Kevin Sabourin, the Board 's external
auditor from the firm of Bailey Kearney Ferguson, presented to the Audit
Committee members an overview of the audit plan. He discussed the audit
process and plans on performing the audit. The audit work will take place during
the month of October so that draft financial statements are presented at the next
Audit Committee meeting in early November. Johan Nicolle, from the Regional
Audit Office, summarized the work completed by their office during the past school
year.
Ontario Student Trustees'
Student Trustees Raza and Garapick reported on the Ontario Student Trustees'
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Association Report
Conference they attended October 3 to 5, 2014 in Toronto. They commented on
the networking opportunities. Trustee Raza shared information about the
presentations on the OCAD services, Aboriginal Education, and the different OSTA
committees. Student Trustee Garapick joined the Progress Committee and
Student Trustee Raza joined the First Nations Committee. Student Trustee
Garapick reported on a presentation by TDSB Trustee and kiosks set up on the
Environment, the Learning Partnership, Habitat for Humanity and Mental Health.
A representative from TDSB spoke about their mental health initiatives and
another person spoke about the agency's partnership with the TDSB. They shared
information about the actions taken by the Public Board Council of OSTA
representatives . They commented that it was really nice to see rural boards like
LKDSB represented at the OSTA conference. Elections are held at the spring
OSTA AGM and they would like to encourage future student trustees to consider
this leadership opportunity. They suggested that the LKDSB Student Trustee
application be open to grade 11 students. Vice Chair thanked the Student
Trustees for their enthusiastic report . Director Costello clarified that Grade 11
students could be Student Trustees as per Board Regulations and that the Student
Senate has encouraged Grade 11 students to serve on it as well.
Parent Involvement
Committee (PIC) Report
Director Costello reported on the Parent Involvement Committee Meeting held on
October 6, 2014. Fourteen members were in attendance along with Trustees
Macko and Fletcher. There was tremendous interested in joining PIC this year.
The Director provided information on the revised Engagement model and the
Technology Enriched Learning Plan (TELP). Trustee Macko advised that he was
one of the inaugural members on PIC when it was first mandated. He is amazed
at how the Engagement Model has created so much interest in joining the
Committee. Trustee Fletcher commented that it is a keen group and members are
interested in participating in the professional development opportunities that are
available.
2013/2014 Educational
Quality and Accountability
Office (EQAO)
Assessments
Report B-14-113
Superintendents Lounsbury and Gilfoyle presented the 2013/2014 EQAO
Assessments . They thanked Consultant Pam Gallant for developing the data for
the report , System Coordinators Mark Sherman and Wilma Sonneveld-Wright for
helping design the plan going forward. The Primary and Junior EQAO
assessments of Reading , Writing, and Mathematics were administered in Grade 3
and Grade 6 classrooms . The Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics and Grade 10
Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) were administered in secondary
schools. The Superintendents' presentation connected the elementary and
secondary results . The curriculum expectations build on one another from JK to
Grade 12. The Grade 3 results show a 3% increase over the previous year in the
percentage of students achieving at or above the provincial standard in Reading , a
3% increase in Writing and a 1% increase in Mathematics . The percentage of
Grade 6 students in the achieving or exceeding the provincial standard increased
1% in Reading and 2% in Writing. In Mathematics, there was a 6% decrease. The
Reading success rate exceeded the Ontario average by 2% and is the highest
ever achieved in the Board. The OSSLTreading and writing results is reported as
one. LKDSB students had a 73% success rate on the assessment, which is 10%
below the rest of the province. They shared data on the cohort tracking from
Grade 3 to Grade 6 and Grade 6 to Grade 10. Grade 8, 9 and 10 teachers are
involved in cross panel development. The gender gaps were outlined . Girls
outperform boys in reading and writing at all levels. Superintendent Gilfoyle
shared the special education data . The Board provides more students with the
opportunity to write compared to the province . Assistive technology and scribes
are provided for the students. Math data was provided including cohort data. The
focus is on finding students in Grade 3 who are struggling and follow them into
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Grade 4 and develop strategies to work with them. Data shows that Grade 9
academic-level students had an 81% pass rate , while only 53% of applied students
met the provincial standard. The gender gap in the Academic Course in Grade 9
Mathematics is narrowing. 80% of male students achieved or exceeded the
provincial standard compared to 81% of females. The gender gap in the Applied
cohort is 5% . 51% of males in the Applied program achieved at or above the
provincial standard compared to 46% of females. The Provincial gap is 4%, a 1%
decrease from previous years.
Superintendents Lounsbury and Gilfoyle noted that there are many individual
success stories of schools, students and teachers throughout the district. They
will be using the data to determine next steps and precise actions for students.
They plan to run some sessions for Trustees throughout the year to keep them
informed . Superintendent Lounsbury confirmed that Trustees have been provided
with sample test questions in the past and that they are available on the EQAO
website. In response to Trustee Garapick's question, Superintendent Lounsbury
explained how the EQAO assessments are conducted for French Immersion
students. Consultant Gallant explained how schools can drill down in to data to
look at school and student specific results to specific questions.
Director Costello thanked Superintendents Lounsbury and Gilfoyle, System
Coordinators Sherman and Sonneveld-Wright and Consultant Gallant for all the
work that went into preparing and analyzing the data for the report. He explained
that Senior Administration has taken on a decentralized focus this year choosing to
meet in smaller groups to tightly focus on urgent student needs, urgent teacher
needs and determine specific strategies to support continuous improvement.
Superintendent Lounsbury explained the plan to determine and track programs
that are working.
Trustee Questions
In response to Trustee Fletcher's question Director Costello explained that the 72
Mental Health Leads across Ontario meet regularly and expect that there are some
commonalities in the student mental health surveys that school boards have
developed . Lori Brush , LKDSB Mental Health Lead , will be sharing our results
with the local Medical Officers of Health at a future meeting that will include the
Directors and Mental Health Lead from the coterminous school board.
Announcements
The Regular Board Meeting scheduled for October 28, 2014 is CANCELLED.
The next Regular Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 11 , 2014
at the Chatham Education Centre at 7:00 p.m.
Adjournment
9:55p.m.
Chair of the Board
There being no further business, Chair McKinlay declared the meeting
adjourned at 9:55 p.m.
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REPORT NO: B-14-115
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Report To Board
FROM:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
Policy and Regulations - Secondary Student Art Show- Participation and
Board Recognition
The policy and regulations on Secondary Student Art Show- Participation and Board Recognition
have been reviewed and revised. It was necessary to remove the specific reference to the Gallery
Lambton and the Chatham-Kent High Class Art Exhibitions because the events have been
discontinued. Secondary Program Consultants work with Secondary Art Teachers to provide
designated alternative exhibitions for students. The Consultants work with the Trustees to select the
three rental pieces to be displayed at the Chatham Education Centre and the Sarnie Education
Centre.
RECOMMENDATION:
"That the Board approve the revised policy and regulations on Secondary Student Art ShowParticipation and Recognition."
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POLICY
SUBJECT: Secondary Student Art Show- Participation and Board Recognition
Current
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board to encourage participation in
community-based student art shows and to recognize participation in (Delete the Sarnia
Lambton exhibition held at Gallery Lambton and the Chatham-Kent High Class Art
Exhibition) by presentation of annual awards and display of the selected works.
Draft
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board to encourage participation in
community-based student art shows and to recognize participation in the designated Sarnia
Lambton exhibition and the Chatham-Kent exhibition by presentation of annual awards and
display of the selected works.
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REGULATIONS
SUBJECT: Secondary Student Art Show- Participation and Board Recognition
Current
1.
The secondary schools of the Lambton Kent District School Board will participate
annually in the (Delete Sarnia Lambton exhibition held at Gallery Lambton and the
Chatham-Kent High Class Art Exhibition .)
Draft
1.
The secondary schools of the Lambton Kent District School Board will participate
annually in the designated Sarnia Lambton exhibition and the Chatham-Kent
exhibition.
2.
One Trustee for each show will be identified annually to work with the Gallery staff to
select three pieces of student art from each exhibition to receive display awards.
3.
The annual award will be $100 for each piece of art selected.
4.
The Board will frame and/or display each piece appropriately.
5.
The award constitutes a rental fee and the piece will remain with the Board for one
year.
Implementation Date:
Revised:
Revised:
Reference:
February 23, 1999
August 31, 2004
May 13, 2008
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REPORT NO: B-14-116
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Report To Board
FROM:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
DATE:
November 11, 2014
SUBJECT:
Policy and Regulations- Donations
The policy on Donations has been reviewed revised to reflect the Board's philosophy in a concise
manner.
RECOMMENDATION:
"That the Board approve the revised policy on Donations."
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POLICY
SUBJECT:
Donations, Sponsorships and Partnerships
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The Lambton Kent District School Board recognizes the importance of donations,
sponsorships and partnerships to the enhancement of both curricular and coinstructional programming opportunities for all students.
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board to encourage and support
donations, sponsorships and partnerships from individuals, organizations, business,
and communities which comply with applicable legislation, and are consistent with the
stated values and needs of the Board.
Implementation Date:
Revised:
Revised:
Reviewed:
December 8, 1998
November 27, 2001
September 12, 2006
June 8, 2010
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REPORT NO: B-14-117
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Report To Board
FROM:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
Policy and Regulations- Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities
The policy and regulations on Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities have been reviewed as part
of the Board's cyclical review. The policy statement reflects the Board 's philosophy in a concise
manner and the regulations reflect the current practice of the Board .
RECOMMENDATION:
"That the Board approve the review of the policy and regulations on Naming and Renaming of
Board Facilities."
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SUBJECT:
Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board that consistent procedures be
followed when naming or renaming Board facilities, to ensure that distinctive and
appropriate names are selected.
Implementation Date: September 28, 1999
Revised:
February 26, 2002
Reviewed:
November 8, 2005
Revised:
February 23, 2010
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REGULATION NO.: R-AD-105-10
Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities
1.
Board facilities or sections thereof must be named or renamed in accordance
with one or more of the following criteria:
an historical name which once applied to the area where the facility is
(a)
located,
(b)
after a person(s) or event(s) recognized as having made a significant
contribution to society in the district, province or country,
(c)
the name of a geographic area which the facility will serve,
(d)
the name of the street on which the facility is located.
2.
Board facilities or sections thereof, may not be named or renamed after current
Board members or employees.
3.
When two schools are consolidated into one school the "Naming and Renaming
of Board Facilities" regulation will be followed.
4.
When a new facility or a consolidated facility is to be named, an ad hoc
committee will be established by the Director of Education to recommend a name
to the Board .
The committee shall consist of:
(a)
two trustees, appointed by the Board (one to chair the committee),
(b)
one facility administrator (principal or principal designate if applicable),
(c)
two representatives of the School Advisory Council (if applicable),
(d)
two community representatives,
(e)
one member of the senior administration.
5.
Any proposal for a new name of a facility, name change of a facility or a section
thereof must be forwarded to the Board for approval.
6.
Any proposal for a name change of an existing facility or a section thereof must
be forwarded to the Board. Should the Board decide to proceed, an ad hoc
committee will be established by the Director of Education to bring a
recommendation to the Board. The Committee shall consist of:
(a)
two trustees, appointed by the Board (one to chair the committee),
(b)
one administrator from the facility,
(c)
two staff representatives from the facility,
(d)
two representatives of the School Advisory Committee (if applicable),
(e)
two community representatives,
(f)
one member of Senior Administration.
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Regulations No. R-AD-105-10
7.
The ad hoc committee will invite suggested names for the facility from individuals
or groups throughout the area of jurisdiction of the Board and especially from the
area adjacent to the location of the facility.
8.
A school wishing to name or rename a section(s) of their school must:
(a)
form an in-house committee with representation from the school
administration, the staff, the School Advisory Committee and the students,
(b)
forward a written request to the Board with the proposed name(s) or name
change(s) and the reason(s) for the name(s) or name change(s).
9.
Once the Board has divested itself of a facility, all Board signs are to be
removed.
Implementation Date:
Revised:
Reviewed:
Revised:
References:
September 28, 1999
February 26, 2002,
November 8, 2005
February 23, 2010, October 12, 2010
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REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Report To Board
FROM:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
Policy and Regulations -Inclement Weather
The policy and regulations on Inclement Weather have been reviewed as part of the Board's cyclical
review. Changes are not proposed. The regulations reflect the current practice of the Board during
inclement weather conditions.
RECOMMENDATION:
"That the Board approve the review of the policy and regulations on Inclement Weather."
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Inclement Weather
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board to keep all school and board
facilities open during periods of inclement weather except in those circumstances when
extreme conditions result in closure announcements.
April 27, 1999
Implementation Date:
May 22, 2001
Revised:
Revised:
May 13, 2008
Reference:
Regulations
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1. All facilities of the Lambton Kent District School Board will remain open unless
otherwise indicated , even though some bus routes are cancelled.
2. The Director of Education, or designate, will approve the closure of facilities in
accordance with the Education Act and approved Student Transportation Policies,
Regulations and Administrative Procedures.
3. The Manager of Transportation Services, after consultation with the School Bus
Operators, will approve curtailment, cancellation or disruption of transportation
schedules in accordance with the Education Act and Board Student Transportation
Policies, Regulations and Administrative Procedures.
3. Staff employed by the Lambton Kent District School Board are expected to use
reasonable diligence when traveling to their place of employment during periods of
inclement weather.
4. The Manager of Transportation Services will provide, through the radio stations, and
various electronic media, consistent, timely and accurate information of decisions
resulting from inclement weather conditions.
5. For the purpose of administering joint Transportation Services for the Lambton Kent
District School Board , and the St. Clair Catholic District School Board , the total
geographic area of Lambton County and Municipality of Chatham-Kent will be divided
into eight transportation zones. These zones are defined as follows:
Boundaries
Zone 1
N - Lake Huron
W- Mandaumin Road
S - Churchill Road
E - County Boundary
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N - Lake Huron
W - St. Clair River
S - Churchill Road
E - Mandaumin Road
Zone 3
N - Churchill Road
W - St. Clair River
S - Bickford Line
E - Mandaumin Road
Zone 4
N - Churchill Road
W- Mandaumin Road
S - Bentpath Line
E - County Boundary
Zone 5
N - Bickford Line
W - St. Clair River
S - Angler Line - Bear Line- Green Valley Road
E - Mandaumin Road
Zone 6
N - Bentpath Line
W- Mandaumin Road
S - Kent Bridge - Base Line - Green Valley Road
E - County Line
Zone 7
N - Angler Line - Bear Line
W- Lake St. Clair- County Boundary
S-Lake Erie
E - Kent Bridge - Base Line - Green Valley Road
Zone 8
City of Chatham Boundary Lines
Implementation Date:
Revised:
Revised:
Reference:
Policy
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May 22, 2001
May 13, 2008
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REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
REPORT NO: B-14-119
Memorandum To:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
FROM:
Ron Andruchow, Superintendent of Business & Treasurer
DATE:
November 11, 2014
SUBJECT:
2013-2014 School Year Audited Financial Statements
The audit of the 2013-2014 school-year financial operations has been completed and is being
presented to the Board this evening.
The firm of Bailey Kearney Ferguson , Chartered Accountants, was appointed by the Board to
perform this past school year's annual audit of its financial statements. Following Board review
and approval these audited financial statements will be submitted to the Ministry of Education.
The LKDSB audit committee met on November 5, 2014 to review the 2013-14 draft financial
statements and the results of the external audit.
Attached to this report are the following financial data:
• Management Report to the Board from the Director and Superintendent of Business
and Treasurer,
• Independent Auditors' Report to the Board of Trustees
Financial Statement Schedules
(Noted as draft until they have been approved by the Board.)
For the Year Ended August 31, 2014:
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Schedule
Schedule
Schedule
Schedule
Auditors'
- Consolidated Statement of Financial Position
- Consolidated Statement of Operations
-Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows
- Consolidated Statement of Change in Net Debt
- Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements
During the 2013-14 school year, the Lambton Kent DSB implemented numerous Ministry of
Education projects that were carried out as additionally funded projects outside of the regular
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Grants for Student Needs (GSN). Samples of these projects are listed here and were focused
on providing support to the Board 's schools and students.
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Small and Northern Boards Mathematics
Autism Supports and Training
Aboriginal Education FNMI
Library Elementary Schools Staffing project
MISA Local Capacity
Student Work Study
Student Success
Community Use of Schools Coordinators
Safe and Accepting Schools
Safe Welcome Program
Mr. Kevin Sabourin, partner with the firm of Bailey Kearney Ferguson and Sandy Anderson,
Manager of Financial Services for the Lambton Kent DSB will be attending the meeting this
evening. Mr. Sabourin will present and explain the Auditors' Report, the Financial Statement
Forms attached to this report and answer questions pertaining to these financial statements.
Sandy Anderson coordinated the board's work within our accounting office, provided all
necessary support to the audit process and completed the Ministry year-end financial
statements.
Through the collective efforts of the Board , our administrative staff and school leaders, the
LKDSB achieved a successful financial operation for the 2013-14 school year.
Recommendation:
"That the Audit Committee recommends to the Lambton Kent District School Board the
approval of the annual audited Financial Statements and the accompanying Auditors'
Report for the year ending August 31, 2014."
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
AUGUST 31, 2014
CONTENTS
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INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Consolidated Statement of Financial Position
1
Consolidated Statement of Operations
2
Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows
3
Consolidated Statement of Change in Net Debt
4
Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements
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INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT
To the Board of Trustees of the
Lambton Kent District School Board
We have audited the accompanying consolidated financial statements of Lambton Kent District School Board
which comprise the consolidated statement of financial position as at August 31 , 2014 and the consolidated
statements of operations, cash flows and change in net debt for the years then ended, and a summary of
significant accounting policies and other explanatory information .
Management's Responsibility for the Consolidated Financial Statements
Management is responsible for the preparation of these consolidated fmancial statements in accordance with the
basis of accounting described in Note 1 to the consolidated fmancial statements, and for such internal control as
management determines is necessary to enable the preparation of consolidated financial statements that are free
from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditors' Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these consolidated financial statements based on our audit. We
conducted our audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require
that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about
whether the consolidated financial statements are free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the
consolidated financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditors' judgement, including the
assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the consolidated financial statements, whether due to fraud or
error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity's preparation
of the consolidated financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the
circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal
control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness
of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the consolidated
fmancial statements.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our
qualified audit opinion.
Basis for Qualified Opinion
In common with many school boards, individual schools derive revenue from school fundraising activities held
throughout the year, the completeness of which is not susceptible to satisfactory audit verification. Accordingly,
our verification of these revenues was limited to the amounts recorded in the records of the individual schools.
We were not able to determine whether any adjustments might be necessary to school fundraising revenue,
annual surplus/(deficit), fmancial assets and net financial assets/(net debt).
Qualified Opinion
In our opinion, except for the possible effects of adjustments, if any, had the fundraising revenue in the preceding
paragraph been susceptible to complete audit verification, the consolidated financial statements as at and for the
year ended August 31 , 2014 are prepared, in all material respects , in accordance with the basis of accounting
described in Note 1 to the consolidated financial statements.
Emphasis of Matter
Without modifying our opinion, we draw attention to Note 1 to the consolidated financial statements which
describes the basis of accounting used in the preparation of these consolidated fmancial statements and the
significant differences between such basis of accounting and Canadian public sector accounting standards.
W allaceburg, Ontario
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Chartered Accountants
Licensed Public Accountants
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
AS AT AUGUST 31,2014
2014
FINANCIAL ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents
Accounts receivable (Note 2)
Investments (Note 3)
Assets held for sale
$
TOTAL FINANCIAL ASSETS
17,008,364
56,877,904
9,321 ,228
170 000
2013
$
25,643,462
54,369,702
10,026,291
83 377 496
90 039 455
LIABILITIES
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
Other liabilities
Deferred revenue (Note 5)
Employee benefits payable (Note 6)
Long-term debt (Note 4)
Deferred capital contributions (Note 7)
19,721 ,662
789,350
5,947,707
27,208,775
40,354,390
153,205,700
19,856,295
855 ,982
5,829,468
28,785,647
41 ,571 ,386
148,893,260
TOTAL LIABILITIES
247 227 584
245 792 038
(163,850,088)
(155,752,583)
NON-FINANCIAL ASSETS
Tangible capital assets (Note 17)
Prepaid expenses
162,473,606
3,218,044
154,809,959
2,843,244
TOTAL NON-FINANCIAL ASSETS
165 691 650
157 653 203
NET DEBT
ACCUMULATED SURPLUS (Note 14)
$
1,841 ,562
APPROVED ON BEHA LF OF THE BOARD
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The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.
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1,900,620
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED AUGUST 31, 2014
REVENUES
Provincial grants
Legislative
Other
Local taxation
School generated funds
Federal grants and fees
Investment income
Other revenues - School boards
Other fees and revenues
2013
2014
Budget
$ 180,057,139
9,884,867
58,046,063
6,732,000
4,235 ,872
200,000
50,000
527 004
$ 178,337,649
13,231 ,442
57,174,374
6,191,653
4,237,292
554,647
20,733
1 585 259
$ 181 ,660,200
9,411 ,601
58,050,787
5,416,778
4,570,818
541 ,772
19,945
1 127 817
TOTAL REVENUES
259 732 945
261 333 049
260,799,718
EXPENSES
Instruction
Administration
Transportation
Pupil accommodation
School generated funds
Other
192,658 ,457
6,237,808
11 ,788 ,137
41 ,787,856
6,732 ,000
744 654
195,657,580
6,379,635
12,014,176
40,295,929
6,300,133
744 654
196,873 ,355
6,237,017
11 ,925 ,271
39,768,384
5,146,290
744 654
TOTAL EXPENSES
259 948 912
261 392 107
260 694,971
(215 ,967)
ANNUAL SURPLUS (DEFICIT)
ACCUMULATED SURPLUS, BEGINNING OF YEAR
1,900,620
$
ACCUMULATED SURPLUS, END OF YEAR
(59,058)
1i684i653
1,900,620
$
1i841i562
The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.
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1,795,873
$
1i900i620
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED AUGUST 31, 2014
2013
2014
OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Annual surplus (Deficit)
Item not requiring cash
Amortization, write downs and transfers to assets held for sale
$
Net change in non-cash working capital balances
Accounts receivable
Assets held for sale
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
Other liabilities
Deferred revenue
Employee benefits payable
Deferred capital contributions
Prepaid expenses
Cash provided by operating activities
CAPITAL ACTIVITIES
Additions to tangible capital assets
Cash used in capital activities
INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Decrease (increase) in investments
Cash provided by (used in) investing activities
FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Long term liabilities issued
Debt repaid and sinking fund contributions
Cash used in financing activities
(59,058)
$
104,747
10,324,397
9,096,137
10,265 ,339
9,200,884
(2,508,202)
(170,000)
(134,633)
(66,632)
118,239
(1 ,576,872)
4,312,441
(374,800)
5,778,779
240,000
3,913,598
(2,292)
4,331 ,877
693 ,675
(836,571)
92,637
9,864,880
23,412,587
(17,988,045)
(11 ,108,599)
(17,988,045)
(11 ,108,599)
705,063
(231 ,537)
705,063
(231 ,537)
(1 ,216,996)
995 ,401
(1 ,137,629)
(1 ,216,996)
(142,228)
CHANGE IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS, during the year
(8,635 ,098)
11 ,930,223
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS, beginning of the year
25,643,462
13,713,239
$
CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS, end of the year
17,008,364
The accompanying notes are an integral part of these fmancial statements.
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25,643,462
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGE IN NET DEBT
FOR THE YEAR ENDED AUGUST 31, 2014
2014
$
ANNUAL SURPLUS (DEFICIT)
TANGIBLE CAPITAL ASSET ACTIVITY
Acquisition of tangible capital assets
Amortization
Transfer to assets held for sale
Write-downs of tangible capital assets
TOTAL TANGIBLE CAPITAL ASSET ACTIVITY
(59,058)
2013
$
104,747
(17,988,045)
9,926,005
170,000
228,391
(11 ,108,599)
9,096,137
(7,663,649)
(2,012,462)
OTHER NON-FINANCIAL ASSET ACTIVITY
Acquisition of prepaid expenses
(374,800)
92,637
TOTAL OTHER NON-FINANCIAL ASSET ACTIVITY
(374,800)
92,637
CHANGE IN NET DEBT
NET DEBT, BEGINNING OF YEAR
NET DEBT, END OF YEAR
(8,097,507)
(1 ,815,078)
(155,752,583)
(153,937,505)
$ (163 ,850,090)
$ (155,752,583)
The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.
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NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31,2014
1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
The consolidated fmancial statements are prepared by the Board's management in accordance with the
basis of accounting described below:
(a)
BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
The consolidated fmancial statements have been prepared in accordance with the Financial
Administration Act supplemented by Ontario Ministry of Education memorandum 2004:B2 and
Ontario Regulation 395/11 of the Financial Administration Act.
The Financial Administration Act requires that the consolidated financial statements be prepared
in accordance with the accounting principles determined by the relevant Ministry of the Province
of Ontario. A directive was provided by the Ontario Ministry of Education within memorandum
2004 :B2 requiring school boards to adopt Canadian public sector accounting standards
commencing with their year ended August 31 , 2004 and that changes may be required to the
application of these standards as a result of regulation.
In 2011 , the government passed Ontario Regulation 395/11 of the Financial Administration Act.
The Regulation requires that contributions received or receivable for the acquisition or
development of depreciable tangible capital assets and contributions of depreciable tangible
capital assets for use in providing services, be recorded as deferred capital contributions and be
recognized as revenue in the consolidated statement of operations over the periods during which
the asset is used to provide service at the same rate that amortization is recognized in respect of
the related asset. The regulation further requires that if the net book value of the depreciable
tangible capital asset is reduced for any reason other than depreciation, a proportionate reduction
of the deferred capital contribution along with a proportionate increase in the revenue be
recognized. For Ontario school boards, these contributions include government transfers,
externally restricted contributions and, historically, property tax revenue.
The accounting policy requirements under Regulation 395/11 are significantly different from the
requirements of Canadian public sector accounting standards which require that;
government transfers, which do not contain a stipulation that creates a liability, be
recognized as revenue by the recipient when approved by the transferor and the
eligibility criteria have been met in accordance with public sector accounting standard
PS3410;
externally restricted contributions be recognized as revenue in the period in which the
resources are used for the purpose or purposes specified in accordance with public sector
accounting standard PS3100; and
property taxation revenue be reported as revenue when received or receivable in
accordance with public sector accounting standard PS351 0.
As a result, revenue recognized in the consolidated statement of operations and certain related
deferred revenues and deferred capital contributions would be recorded differently under
Canadian Public Sector Accounting Standards .
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NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (continued)
(b)
REPORTING ENTITY
The consolidated financial statements reflect the assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses of the
reporting entity. The reporting entity is comprised of all organizations accountable for the
administration of their financial affairs and resources to the Board and which are controlled by
the Board.
School generated funds , which include the assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses of various
organizations that exist at the school level and which are controlled by the Board are reflected in
the consolidated financial statements as noted in the qualified opinion paragraph of the
Independent Auditors' Report.
(c)
TRUST FUNDS
Trust funds and their related operations administered by the Board have been included in the
consolidated fmancial statements as they are controlled by the Board.
(d)
INVESTMENTS
Investments consist of marketable securities which are recorded at cost. Investments are
assessed regularly for impairment and are written down if a permanent impairment exists.
(e)
DEFERRED REVENUE
Certain amounts are received pursuant to legislation, regulation or agreement and may only be
used in the conduct of certain programs or in the delivery of specific services and transactions.
These amounts are recognized as revenue in the fiscal year the related expenses are incurred or
services performed.
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DEFERRED CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS
Contributions received or receivable for the purpose of acquiring or developing a depreciable
tangible capital asset for use in providing services, or any contributions in the form of
depreciable tangible assets received or receivable for use in providing services, shall be
recognized as deferred capital contributions as defined in Ontario Regulation 395/11 of the
Financial Administration Act. These amounts are recognized as revenue at the same rate as the
related tangible capital asset is amortized. The following items fall under this category:
Government transfers received or receivable for capital purpose
Other restricted contributions received or receivable for capital purpose
Property taxation revenues which were historically used to fund capital assets
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NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (continued)
(g)
RETIREMENT AND OTHER EMPLOYEE FUTURE BENEFITS
The Board provides defined retirement and other future benefits to specified employee groups.
These benefits include pension, life insurance, and health care benefits, retirement gratuity,
worker' s compensation and long-term disability benefits. In 2012 , changes were made to the
Board' s retirement gratuity plan, sick leave plan and retiree health, life and dental plan. The
Board was not impacted by the changes to retiree health, life and dental plan entitlements as
retirees are responsible for the entire premiums. The Board has adopted the following policies
with respect to accounting for these employee benefits:
(i)
The costs of self-insured retirement and other employee future benefit plans are
actuarially determined using management' s best estimate of salary escalation,
accumulated sick days at retirement, insurance and health care costs trends, disability
recovery rates, long-term inflation rates and discount rates. The cost of retirement
gratuities are actuarially determined using the employee's salary, banked sick days and
years of service as at August 31 , 2012 and management's best estimate of discount rates.
Any actuarial gains and losses arising from changes to the discount rate are amortized
over the expected average remaining service life of the employee group.
For self-insured retirement and other employee future benefits that vest or accumulated
over the periods of service provided by employees, such as life insurance and health care
benefits for retirees, the cost is actuarially determined using the projected benefits
method prorated on service. Under this method, the benefit costs are recognized over the
expected average service life of the employee group.
For those self-insured benefit obligations that arise from specific events that occur from
time to time, such as obligations for worker's compensation, long-term disability and life
insurance and health care benefits for those on disability leave, the cost is recognized
immediately in the period the events occur. Any actuarial gains and losses that are
related to these benefits are recognized immediately in the period they arise .
(ii)
The costs of multi-employer defined pension plan benefits, such as the Ontario
Municipal Employees Retirement System pensions, are the employer' s contributions due
to the plan in the period;
(iii)
The costs of insured benefits are the employer' s portion of insurance premiums owed for
coverage of employees during the period.
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NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31,2014
1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (continued)
(h)
TANGIBLE CAPITAL ASSETS
Tangible capital assets are recorded at historical cost less accumulated amortization. Historical
cost includes amounts that are directly attributed to acquisition, construction, development or
betterment of the asset, as well as interest related to financing during construction. When
historical cost records were not available, other methods were used to estimate the costs and
accumulated amortization.
Leases which transfer substantially all of the benefits and risks incidental to ownership of
property are accounted for as leased tangible capital assets. All other leases are accounted for as
operating leases and the related payments are charged to expenses as incurred.
Tangible capital assets, except land, are amortized on a straight-line basis over their estimated
useful lives as follows :
Asset
Estimated Useful Life in Years
Buildings
40
Portable structures
20
First-time equipping of schools
10
Equipment
5-15
Computer hardware
5
Computer software
5
Vehicles
5-10
Assets under construction are recorded as construction in progress and are not amortized until the
asset is available for productive use.
Land permanently removed from service and held for resale is recorded at the lower of cost and
estimated net realizable value. Cost includes amounts for improvements to prepare the land for
sale or servicing. Buildings permanently removed from service and held for resale cease to be
amortized and are recorded at the lower of carrying value and estimated net realizable value.
Tangible capital assets which meet the criteria for financial assets are reclassified as "Assets held
for sale" on the consolidated statement offmancial position.
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NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (continued)
(i)
GOVERNMENT TRANSFERS
Govenunent transfers, which include legislative grants, are recognized in the consolidated
financial statements in the period in which events giving rise to the transfer occur, providing the
transfers are authorized, any eligibility criteria have been met and reasonable estimates of the
amount can be made.
Govenunent transfers for capital that meet the defmition of a liability are referred to as deferred
capital contributions (DCC). Amounts are recognized into revenue as the liability is
extinguished over the useful life of the asset.
(j)
INVESTMENT INCOME
Investment income is reported as revenue in the period earned.
When required by the funding govenunent or related Act, investment income earned on
externally restricted funds such as pupil accommodation, education development changes and
special education forms part of the respective deferred revenue balance.
(k)
BUDGET FIGURES
Budget figures have been provided for comparison purposes and have been derived from the
budget approved by the Trustees. The budget approved by the Trustees is developed in
accordance with the provincially mandated funding model for school boards and is used to
manage program spending within the guidelines of the funding model. Given differences
between the funding model and Canadian generally accepted accounting principles established
by the Public Sector Accounting Board, the budget figures presented have been adjusted to
conform with this basis of accounting as it is used to prepare the consolidated financial
statements.
(1)
USE OF ESTIMATES
The preparation of consolidated financial statements in conformity with the basis of accounting
described in Note l .(a) requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the
reported amounts of assets and liabilities and disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at the
date of the consolidated fmancial statements, and the reported amounts of revenues and expenses
during the year. Accounts subject to significant estimates include the estimated useful life of
Tangible Capital Assets and the liability related to Employee Future Benefits. Actual results
could differ from these estimates.
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
2. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE- GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO
The Province of Ontario replaced variable capital funding with a one-time debt support grant in 20092010. Lambton Kent District School Board received a one-time grant that recognized capital debt as of
August 31 , 2010 that is supported by the existing capital programs. The Board receives this grant in cash
over the remaining term of the existing capital debt instruments. The Board may also receive annual
capital grants to support capital programs which are also reflected in this accounts receivable.
The Board has an amount receivable from the Province of Ontario of $45 ,996,521 (2013 - $43,943,483)
with respect to this capital debt support grant and is included in accounts receivable on the consolidated
statement of financial position .
3. INVESTMENTS
Investments consist of various marketable securities and are comprised as follows :
2014
Cost
Mutual Funds
$
282,170
2013
Market Value
$
282,177 $
Cost
Market Value
732,340 $
732,228
Interest bearing investments maturing within
one year
1,418,878
1,412,395
1,971 ,727
1,971 ,727
Interest bearing investments maturing in more
than one year
7,620,180
7,793 ,512
7,322,224
7,436,326
$
9 321 ,228
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$
9 488 084 $
10026291 $
10,140,281
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
4. LONG-TERM DEBT
The Board has entered into seven loan agreements with the Ontario Financing Authority (OF A) which is
assisting school boards with financing the Good Places to Learn and Primary Class Sizes capital projects.
Long-term debt reported on the consolidated statement of fmancial position is comprised of the following:
4.560% Loan payable semi-annually $370,973 including interest,
maturing November, 2031
$
2014
2013
8,879,245 $
9,205,111
4.900% Loan payable semi-annually $397,678 including interest,
maturing March, 2033
9,697,418
10,006,208
5.062% Loan payable semi-annually $237,756 including interest,
maturing March, 2034
5,906,643
6,076,680
5.232% Loan payable semi-annually $128 ,180 including interest,
maturing April, 2035
3,235 ,641
3,319,410
4.833% Loan payable semi-annually $329,334 including interest,
maturing March, 2036
8,821 ,314
9,045,489
3.564% Loan payable semi-annually $91 ,577 including interest,
maturing, March, 2037
2,843,409
2,923,087
970,720
40,354,390
995,401
41 ,571 ,386
1,275,274
39 079 116 $
1,216,996
40 354 390
3.799% Loan payable semi-annually $31 ,132 including interest,
maturing March, 2038
Less :
Amounts due within one year
$
The Board must comply at all times with the Board's obligations in respect of the debt and financial
obligations and liability limits applicable to it under the Education Act and the regulations made
thereunder. Failure by the Board to pay any principal, interest, fees or other amounts payable by it under
these loan agreements constitutes an event of default. The Minister of Finance is entitled to deduct from
monies appropriated by the Legislature for payment to the Board amounts equal to any amounts that the
Board fails to pay under these loan agreements.
Principal and interest repayments required on long-term debt are approximately as follows:
Principal
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
Interest
Total
$
1,275,274
1,336,362
1,400,398
1,467,524
1 537 889
$
1,897,986
1,836,898
1,772,862
1,705,736
1 635 371
$
$
7i017i447
$
8i848i853
$ 15i866i300
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3,173,260
3,173 ,260
3,173,260
3,173 ,260
3 173 260
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
5. DEFERRED REVENUE
Revenues received and that have been set aside for specific purposes by legislation, regulation or
agreement are included in deferred revenue and reported on the consolidated statement of financial
position.
Deferred revenue set aside for specific purposes by legislation, regulation or agreement as at August 31 is
comprised of:
2014
Proceeds of disposition
Assets held for sale
Special education - equipment 1
Special education - Full-day kindergarten
Other- EPO
Other- EPO- Full-day kindergarten
Retrofitting school space for child care
School renewal
$
$
1
266,166 $
122,600
2,263 ,304
137,848
299,312
1,020,611
1,000,669
837,197
1,683,177
327,366
532,504
836,074
1,061,237
1,122,944
5 947 707 $
5 829 468
Deferred amounts related to these programs are a result of a different funding period than the Board's fiscal year.
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2013
266,166
4D
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
6. RETIREMENT AND OTHER EMPLOYEE FUTURE BENEFITS
Actuarial Valuation of Future Benefit Liabilities
The Board engaged a qualified actuary to perform a valuation of the liabilities for employee future
benefits liabilities. The valuation specifically addresses the liability for Retirement Gratuities, carry-over
sick leave benefits and Workers' Compensation benefits.
The last full actuarial valuation was completed as at August 31 , 2013 based on data provided as at the
valuation date. The valuation was completed in accordance with the requirements of the CPA Canada
Public Sector Handbook. For 2014, the actuary has provided estimates as follows of the future benefit
amounts based on information available at the time of the estimates. Retirement Gratuities are based
upon an extrapolation of the August 31 , 2013 actuarial valuation. Other Employee Future Benefits are
based upon valuations as at August 31, 2014.
The following amounts were provided by the actuary and are included in the Board's financial statements.
2013
2014
Liabilities
Other
Employee
Future
Benefits
Retirement
Gratuities
Accrued employee future benefit obligations
$
at August 31
Unamortized actuarial gains (losses) at
August 31
Employee future benefits liability
at Au~ust 31
25,934,489
$
1,809,982 $
{53526962
$
251398?93
Total
Employee
Future
Benefits
27,744,471 $
{53526962
$
118091982 $
2712081775 $
2014
Expense
Other
Employee
Future
Benefits
Retirement
Gratuities
Current year benefit cost
Interest on accrued benefit obligation
$
$
851 ,028
7702821
2817851647
Total
Employee
Future
Benefits
Total
Employee
Future
Benefits
229,734 $
229,734 $
396,715
111 ,868
962,896
835 ,028
1,865 ,221
Recognition of unamortized actuarial gains
on plan amendments/curtailments
1
28,014,826
2013
Change in ABO due to plan
amendment/curtailment
Employee future benefits expense
Total
Employee
Future
Benefits
1
(63)512
$
787)77
$
62083
(5726682
3471685 $
1)34,962 $
Excluding pension contributions to the OMERS, a multi-employer pension plan, described above.
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
6. RETIREMENT AND OTHER EMPLOYEE FUTURE BENEFITS (continued)
Plan Changes
In 2013 , changes were made to the short-term leave and disability plan. Under the new short-term leave
and disability plan, eleven unused sick leave days may be carried forward into the following year only, to
be used to top-up benefits received under the short-term leave and disability plan in that year. A new
provision was established as of August 31 , 2013 representing the expected usage of sick days that have
been carried forward for benefit top-up in the following year.
Retirement benefits
(i)
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
Teachers and related employee groups are eligible to be members of Ontario Teachers'
Pension Plan. Employer contributions for these employees are provided directly by the
Province of Ontario. The pension costs and obligations related to this plan are a direct
responsibility of the Province. Accordingly, no costs or liabilities related to this plan are
included in the Board's consolidated financial statements.
(ii)
Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System
All non-teaching employees of the Board are eligible to be members of the Ontario
Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), a multi-employer pension plan. The
plan provides defined pension benefits to employees based on their length of service and
rates of pay. The Board contributions equal the employee contributions to the plan.
During the year ended August 31 , 2014, the Board contributed $2,970,749 (2013 $2,835,083) to the plan. As this is a multi-employer pension plan, these contributions are
the Board's pension benefit expenses. No pension liability for this type of plan is included
in the Board's consolidated fmancial statements.
(iii)
Retirement Gratuities
The Board provided retirement gratuities to certain groups of employees hired prior to
specified dates. The Board provides these benefits through an unfunded defined benefit
plan. The benefit costs and liabilities related to this plan are included in the Board's
consolidated financial statements. The amount of the gratuities payable to eligible
employees at retirement is now based on their salary, accumulated sick days, and years of
service at August 31 , 2012.
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
6. RETIREMENT AND OTHER EMPLOYEE FUTURE BENEFITS (continued)
Other Employee Future Benefits
(i)
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Obligations
The Board is a Schedule 2 employer under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and,
as such, assumes responsibility for the payment of all claims to its injured workers under
the Act. The Board does not fund these obligations in advance of payments made under
the Act. The benefit costs and liabilities related to this plan are included in the Board's
consolidated fmancial statements. Plan changes made in 2012 require school boards to
provide salary top-up to a maximum of 4 1/2 years for employees receiving payments from
the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, where the previously negotiated collective
agreement included such provision.
(ii)
School Boards Co-operative Inc.
The Board is a member of the School Boards' Co-operative Inc. , a co-operative managing
workers' compensation. The Board makes annual contributions, in trust, to the cooperative which are invested on its behalf. The fund reimburses Workplace Safety and
Insurance Board for claims paid on behalf of the Board. The annual contributions are
reported as expenditures in these financial statements. As at August 31 , 2014, the cooperative holds $1 ,688 (2013 - $8,030) in trust for the Board. These funds are not
reflected in these fmancial statements.
(iii)
Sick Leave Top-Up Benefits
As a result of changes made in 2012-2013 to the short-term sick leave and disability plan,
a maximum of eleven unused sick leave days from the current year may be carried forward
into the following year only, to be used to top-up salary for illnesses paid through the
short-tem1 leave and disability plan in that year. The benefit costs expensed in the
financial statements are $117,951 (2013- $189,875).
For accounting purposes, the valuation of the accrued benefit obligation for the sick leave
top-up is based on an actuarial assumptions about future events determined as at August
31 , 2013 and is based on the average daily salary and banked sick days of employees as at
August 31 , 2014.
The Board has restricted a portion of its accumulated surplus for certain of these employee
future benefit obligations. The balance of these internal appropriations totalled $5,972,431
at August 31 , 2014 (2013- $5 ,974,329).
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31,2014
6. RETIREMENT AND OTHER EMPLOYEE FUTURE BENEFITS (continued)
Other Employee Benefits
The Board has established an ASO benefit plan for the health and dental benefits for its
employees. It has also established a refund accounting benefit plan for the life insurance
benefits of that same group. The Board makes annual premium contributions to the plans
based on rates established by the plan administrator. The annual contributions are
reported as expenditures in the fmancial statements . At August 31 , 2014, the Board had a
surplus in the ASO health and dental plan of approximately $3,100,000 which included a
mandatory deposit reserve of $500,000 (2013 - $1 ,900,000). These funds are restricted in
use as the Ministry must pre-approve any withdrawal from this surplus or reduction in
premium rates that would also serve to reduce the surplus. In July, 2014, the Board
received approval to reduce future health and dental benefits premiums as well as offer a
premium holiday related to the life insurance plan. The surplus is not reflected in these
fmancial statements.
7. DEFERRED CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS
Deferred capital contributions include grants and contributions received that are used for the acquisition of
tangible capital assets in accordance with regulation 395/11. The contributions are amortized into revenue
over the life of the asset acquired.
2014
2013
Balance as at August 31
Additions to deferred capital contributions
Revenue recognized in the period
Transfers to financial assets
$ 148,893,260 $ 149,729,831
14,287,083
8,123,274
(9,852,043)
(8 ,959,845)
{12226002
Balance as at August 31
$ 153,205,700 $ 148,893 ,260
8. DEBT CHARGES AND CAPITAL LOANS
The expenditure for debt charges and capital loans includes principal and interest payments as follows :
Principal and interest payments on long-term liabilities
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$
2014
2013
3,927,342 $
3,891 ,292
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
9. EXPENSES BY OBJECT
The following is a summary of the expenses reported on the consolidated statement of operations by
object:
2013
2014
2014
Actual
Actual
Budget
Expenses:
Salaries and wages
Employee benefits
Staff development
Supplies and services
Interest charges on capital
Fees and contract services
Other
Amortization and write-downs of tangible capital assets
$ 175,788,679
23 ,366,844
702,886
30,721 ,746
1,956,264
16,499,046
1,075 ,288
9,838,159
$ 178,368,495
23 ,861 ,568
1,014,669
27,600,907
1,965 ,692
17,586,358
840,021
10,154,397
$ 177,756,911
25 ,743 ,889
1,030,692
28,046,700
2,009,011
16,157,552
841 ,299
9,108,917
$ 259 948 912
$ 261 392 107
$ 260 694,971
10. ONTARIO SCHOOL BOARD INSURANCE EXCHANGE (OSBIE)
The school board is a member of the Ontario School Board Insurance Exchange (OSBIE), a reciprocal
insurance company licensed under the Insurance Act. OSBIE insures general public liability, property
damage and certain other risks.
The ultimate premiums over a five year period are based on the reciprocal's and the Board's actual claims
experience. Periodically, the Board may receive a refund or be asked to pay an additional premium based
on its pro rata share of claims experience.
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31,2014
11. PARTNERSHIP WITH ST. CLAIR CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
Transportation, childcare services and Community Use of Schools services for the Board are provided by
Chatham-Kent Lan1bton Administrative School Services (CLASS) in partnership with the St. Clair
Catholic District School Board. Under the agreement created at the time CLASS was established,
decisions related to the financial and operating activities of CLASS are shared. Neither partner is in a
position to exercise unilateral control. Operations of CLASS have been included in these financial
statements based on the share of net operating expenditures contributed by the Board during the fiscal
period being reported. Consolidated revenues represent amounts paid to the consortium by the Board and
have been offset against the corresponding Board expenses.
Financial Position
Financial assets
Total
$
Financial liabilities
Accumulated surylus /(Deficit)
$
$
17,780,704
$
2013
Board Portion
51 ,598 $
29,101
43 642
51 598
29 101
$
2014
Board Portion
17,780,704
$
Total
43 ,642 $
$
Total
Expenses
Annual surplus /(Deficit)
$
77 538
Operations
Revenues
77,538
2014
Board Portion
$
Total
2013
Board Portion
11,759,753 $
17,881 ,056 $
11 ,818,101
11 ,759,753
17,881 ,056
11 ,818,101
$
$
$
12. CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS AND CONTINGENT LIABILITIES
The Board has been named in various lawsuits. No provision has been made in the financial statements as
the outcome is not determinable at this time. The settlement amount, if any, in excess of liability insurance
coverage will be accounted for in the year determined. It is the opinion of the Board that their resolution
will not have a material adverse effect on the Board's financial position or results of operations.
The Board has entered into contractual agreements for capital projects that were not completed by
August 31 , 2014. The total costs to complete these projects are estimated to be approximately $1 ,843,860
(2013- $5 ,248 ,419). Costs incurred to August 31 , 2014 on these capital projects were $9,834,713 (2013$5,855 ,940).
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AUGUST 31, 2014
13. TEMPORARY BORROWING
The Board has entered into a credit facilities agreement with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
(CIBC) which provides a demand operating line. The demand operating line has a maximum credit limit
of$15 million. All amounts advanced under this facility are to be used for current expenditures.
Interest on this credit facility is calculated on the basis of the provisions of the CIBC Offsetting Banking
Agreement for the Chatham-Kent Lambton Administrators Group. This agreement outlines that interest
will be charged at a rate of CIBC prime less 0.75%.
No amounts were advanced under this facility at year-end (2013 -$nil).
14. ACCUMULATED SURPLUS /(DEFICIT)
Accumulated surplus /(deficit) consists of the following:
2014
Surplus /(Deficit):
Invested in non-depreciable tangible capital assets
Unappropriated
Internally appropriated
Externally appropriated - Employee future benefits
Externally appropriated - Other
$
$
2013
1,569,969 $
1,569,969
5,352,528
7,641 ,821
18,366,143
18,282,027
(25,644,357)
(27,882,052)
2,197,279
2,288,855
1 841 562 $
1 900,620
15. REPAYMENT OF "55 SCHOOL BOARD TRUST" FUNDING
On June 1, 2003 , the Board received $9,995 ,250 from The 55 School Board Trust for its capital related
debt eligible for provincial funding support pursuant to a 30-year agreement it entered into with the trust.
The 55 School Board Trust was created to refmance the outstanding not permanently fmanced (NPF) debt
of participating boards who are beneficiaries of the trust. Under the terms of the agreement, The 55 School
Board Trust repaid the Board's debt in consideration for the assignment by the Board to the trust of future
provincial grants payable to the Board in respect of the NPF debt.
As a result of the above agreement, the liability in respect of the NPF debt is no longer reflected in the
Board's financial position.
16. COMPARATIVE FIGURES
Certain of the comparative figures have been restated to conform with the method of fmancial statement
presentation adopted for the current year.
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LAMBTON KENT DISTRICI' SCHOOL BOARD
17. TANGIBLE CAPITAL ASSETS
2014
ACCUMULATED AMORTIZATION
COST
Balance
September 1, 2013
Land
Buildings
Portable structures
First-time equipping of schools
Construction in progress
Equipment
Computer ha rdware
Computer software
Vehicles
$
Additions
and Transfers
1,569,969
237,007,814
5,039,800
862, 884
3,559,623
2,776,482
11,171,281
1,293,060
822,686
$
$ 264, I 03,599
$
Disposals
and Transfers
$
19,245,164
47,400
899,364
Balance
August 31,2014
$
303,217
1,522,569
255,353 ,614
5,039,800
1,166,10 1
Balance
at September 1, 2013
$
Amortization
Disposals,
Write otTs &
adjustment
8,320,839
Net book
Value
August 31, 2014
$
$
$
92,874,385
5,039,800
107,569
Balance
August 31, 2014
100,646,851
5,039, 800
182,691
548,373
75,122
1,522,569
154,706,763
983 ,41 0
3,559,623
127,615
1,668,897
126,648
76, 125
21,547,666
38, 178
2,904,097
12,840,178
1,419,708
860,633
1, 191,364
8,307,253
1,21 0,65 1
562,618
$ 4,544,565
$ 281 ,106,700
$109,293,640
38,178
1,468,378
9,453 ,041
1,258 ,799
583,534
1,435 ,71 9
3,387,137
160,909
277,099
586,55 1
118,633,094
$ 162,473,606
277,0 14
I , 145,788
48,148
59,094
$ 9,926,005
$
2013
ACCUMULATED AMORTIZATION
COST
Balance
September 1, 2012
Land
Buildings
Portable structures
First-time equipping of schools
Construction in progress
Equipment
Computer hardware
Computer software
Vehicles
$
Additions
and Transfers
1,569,969
229,540,776
5,039,800
639,562
1,870,937
2,529,264
9,792,333
1,257,096
755,263
$
$ 252,995,000
$
Disposa ls
and Transfers
$
$
7,467,038
223,322
2,354,8 15
247,218
1,378,948
35,964
67,423
11 ,774,728
666, 129
$
Ba lance
August 31, 2013
666,129
Balance
September 1, 2012
1,569,969
23 7,007,8 14
5,039,800
862,884
3,559,623
2,776,482
11, 171,28 1
1,293,060
822,686
$
264, I 03 ,599
Amortization
$
Disposals,
Write otTs &
adjustment
Balance
August 31, 2013
Net book
Value
August 31, 2013
$
$
$
1,569,969
144,133,429
85,215,771
5,039,800
54,990
7,658,614
52,579
92,874,385
5,039,800
107,569
931 ,218
7,288,699
1,152,089
514,936
260, 146
1,018,554
58,562
47,682
1, 191,364
8,307,253
1,2 10,65 1
562,618
755,315
3,559,623
1,585,118
2,864,028
82,409
260,068
$100,197,503
$ 9,096,137
$ 109,293,640
$ 154,809,959
$
First-time equipping of schools assets with a cost of $303,217 (20 13 - $223,322) were not amortized in the current year
as the related assets were not placed into service until subsequent to the year-end date.
During the year a schoo l property was permanently removed from service. The carrying value of this school property has
been adjusted to the estimated net realizable value and is now being reported as an asset held for sale. The write down to
net realizable value was $228,391
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200 Wellington Street, PO. Box 2019, Sarnia, Ontario N7T 712
Phone : (5191 336-1500 or 1-800-754-7125
Fax: C519) 336-0992
MANAGEMENT REPORT
Management's Responsibility for the Consolidated Financial Statements
The accompanying consolidated financial statements of the Lambton Kent District School Board are the
responsibility of the Board management and have been prepared in accordance with the Financial Administration
Act, supplemented by Ontario Ministry of Education memorandum 2004:B2 and Ontario Regulation 305/11 of
the Financial Administration Act, as described in Note I to the consolidated financial statements.
The preparation of consolidated financial statements necessarily involves the use of estimates based on
management's judgement, particularly when transactions affecting the current accounting period cannot be
finalized with certainty until future periods.
Board management maintains a system of internal controls designed to provide reasonable assurance that assets
are safeguarded, transactions are properly authorized and recorded in compliance with legislative and regulatory
requirements, and reliable financial information is available on a timely basis for preparation of the consolidated
financial statements. These systems are monitored and evaluated by management.
The Board meets with management and the external auditors to review the consolidated financial statements and
discuss any significant financial reporting or internal control matters prior to their approval of the consolidated
financial statements.
The consolidated financial statements have been audited by Bailey Kearney Ferguson LLP, independent external
auditors appointed by the Board. The accompanying Independent Auditors' Report outlines their responsibilities,
the scope of their examination and their opinion on the Board's consolidated financial statements.
Director of Education
November II, 2014
Superintendent of Business- Treasurer
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BOARD REPORT
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Memorandum To:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
FROM:
Trustee Jane Bryce, Audit Committee Chair
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
2013-2014 Annual Audit Committee Report
REPORT NO: B-14-120
This report summarizes the Audit Committee's actions for the year ending August 31, 2014 and includes the
Summarized Annual Report to the Ministry of Education, Appendix A (attached).
Audit Committee Members
The Audit Committee consisted of 5 members listed below:
• Jane Bryce- Chair & Trustee representative
• Carmen McGregor- Trustee representative
• Scott McKinlay, CPA, CGA- Trustee representative
• Trina Moore, CPA, CGA- External community member
• Dianne Morden, CPA, CGA- External community member
In addition, regular attendance at the Committee meetings was:
• Johan Nicolle, CPA, CGA, CIA,CRMA, CISA- Regional Internal Audit Manager
Meetings
Four (4) meeting dates were scheduled for the year and held as planned. The members in attendance at each
meeting are as follows:
Member's
Member's Title Sept. 23 Nov. 6 Mar. 24 Jun. 16
2013
2013
2014
2014
Name
Chair
X
X
X
X
Jane Bryce
Trustee
X
X
Carmen McGregor
Trustee
X
X
X
Scott McKinlay
Community
X
X
X
X
Trina Moore
Community
X
X
X
X
Dianne Morden
Internal Auditor
X
X
X
X
Johan Nicolle
External Auditor
X
X
Kevin Sabourin
Administration
X
X
X
X
Sandy Anderson
Administration
X
X
X
X
Ron Andruchow
Administration
X
X
X
X
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Governance
The Audit Committee operated throughout the fiscal year ending August 31, 2014. All of the members satisfied
the eligibility requirements in accordance with Ontario Regulation 361/10.
2013-2014 Annual Audit Committee Report
Report B-14-120
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External Auditors
The audit committee recommended the reappointment of the external auditors for the next fiscal year during
the first school year meeting held on September 23, 2013. The external auditors, Bailey Kearney Ferguson
Chartered Accountants presented the scope and extent of their work to the committee for approval and the
committee has reviewed them on the meeting held on September 23, 2013. The audit committee
recommended the approval of the annual audited financial statements on November 6, 2013.
Internal Auditors
Audit Planned Work Performed
The Committee reviewed the 2013-2014 fiscal year annual audit plan and the risk-based multi-year internal
audit plan 2014-2018, covering the remainder of the five year period.
During the 2013-2014 year, the internal auditors performed the following audit work:
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Develop IT Strategy, performed in July 2013 & reported at the September meeting;
Student Attendance, performed in September 2013 & reported at the March meeting;
Payroll/Compensation & Benefits, performed in November 2013 & currently in progress.
Summary of Other Work Performed
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Recommended the reappointment of the external auditors;
Reviewed the reports and work performed by the external auditors;
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Reviewed materials on internal audit practices;
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Reviewed the reports and work performed by the internal auditors;
Reviewed the Human Elements Loss Prevention audit results from the insurance provider;
Members completed a self-assessment & a consolidated results report was created for review;
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Selected the number to be held & dates of the 2014-2015 school year audit committee meetings.
By the signature noted below, we attest that we have discharged our duties and responsibilities respecting
Ontario Regulation 361/10.
On behalf of the Audit Committee
Jane Bryce, Trustee
Audit Committee Chair
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Appendix A
Summarized Annual Report
Annual Report to the Board of Trustees and Forwarded
to the Ministry of Education
for the year ended August 31, 2014
Name:
Lambton Kent District School Board
Fiscal Year:
2013/14
Re :
Annual Audit Committee Report to the Ministry of Education,
as per Ontario Regulation 361/10
During the 2013/14 fiscal year, the following internal audits were competed:
Develop & Implement Information Technology Strategy
Student Attendance
In addition to those listed above, the following audit has been started but not completed as of
August 31 51 :
Payroll/Compensation & Benefits
Based on the multi-year internal audit plan, we are not expecting any enrolment audits to be
performed.
Date
Signature
Audit Committee Chair
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REPORT TO THE BOARD
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
REPORT NO: B-14-121
FROM:
Elizabeth Hudie, Trustee and Vice-Chair of the
Special Education Advisory Committee
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
SPECIAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING SUMMARY
The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) of the Lambton Kent District School Board met on October 16, 2014
at the Wallaceburg District Secondary School. Following is a report of the activities of the meeting :
Presentation on Mental Health Survey and Protocol Updates
Lori Brush, Mental Health Lead, brought SEAC members up-to-date on what has transpired since the Ministry released
the "Open Minds, Healthy Minds" Report in June 2011 . She noted that she was hired as the Board 's Mental Health Lead
in October of 2012. Since that time she has been doing a Resource Mapping exercise.
Lori reported that an 85-question survey, entitled 'Speak Up', was developed and rolled out to students in Grades 7- 12 in
November of 2013. The five key findings from the survey were:
1. Students are under a lot of stress and pressure. Students concerns varied by grade level, but included things
such as: pressure to do well at school, friendships, bullying, feeling stressed out, and , depression .
2. Students need a safe space {that's not a classroom) to go to decompress and where they can speak with a
trusted adult confidentially.
3. Students feel a lack of access to mental health professionals.
4. Students feel there needs to be more awareness and education about mental health for students and staff.
5. Students feel that schools should be even more open and inclusive.
Lori said the results of the survey will be shared with schools (both staff and students), families and communities. She
said that school-specific statistics will be shared at each site. Lori will continue to share the Educators' Guide for
Supporting Students with Mental Health Issues through presentations to staff. A Suicide Prevention, Risk Assessment and
Postvention Protocol was developed and will be rolled out soon. The Board has a revised Mental Health Strategy,
predominantly based on student's responses to the survey; specifically, there will be a focus on providing additional
support to disconnected and bullied students.
Outcomes of SEAC's 2014-2015 Priority-Setting Exercise
Pam Graham shared copies of a document that was created in response to the recent priority-setting exercise SEAC
participated in, noting that topics were broken down into six areas of focus: SEAC Supports, Collaboration, Technology,
Supports for Parents and Students, Program Review, 6 Cs. Pam noted that the document sets out who is responsible for
each plan and the timeline for delivery of each item. A copy of the document is attached .
Correspondence
A letter from the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Local Health Integration Unit was received by SEAC. The
correspondence was in response to concerns raised by that region's SEAC Committee regarding access to school health
support services in Halton. There was no action taken .
Next Meeting
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Wallaceburg District Secondary School , Room 141
7:00p.m.
Rose Gallaway, SEAC Chair
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REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
FROM:
Anika Altiman, Trustee
DATE:
November 11, 2014
SUBJECT:
Native Advisory Committee Report
REPORT NO: B-14-122
The October 24 meeting of the Native Advisory Committee was hosted by Wallaceburg District
Secondary School.
Highlights from community reports included Aamjiwnaang 's Residential School Survivor Event and a
cultural awareness day being organized for a number of local schools. Kettle and Stony Point
referenced recent gains in EQAO that they attribute in part to involvement in the Martin Initiative over
the past five years. Delaware Nation spoke about their efforts to create a local education governance
model and partnering with the board to re-engage adult students who are close to completing their
graduation diploma.
Trustee Altiman indicated that the selection of a First Nation trustee is in process with a decision
expected in November. Christy Bressette will be returning as the First Nation representative to the
Special Education Advisory Committee, with appointments to the Parent Involvement Committee and
the Student Senate pending .
Three First Nation partners have given notice to the board of their desire to begin discussions on
Education Service Agreements. Kettle and Stony Point has an agreement due for renewal , while
Delaware Nation and Aamjiwnaang First Nation are looking to establish new agreements.
Aboriginal Liaison Janette Richmond-Kuhn shared the draft version of the board's action plan
following input at September's meeting. Feedback was provided toward the final version to be
submitted to the Ministry in order to qualify for project funding this year. Areas of priority include
direct classroom support for teachers implementing new curriculum with FNMI perspectives,
introducing iPad technology to support Native Language learning, the annual student symposium,
and a focus on student transitions at various stages of their school experience.
Future agenda items include data analysis and increasing the focus on Metis and Inuit perspectives.
The next meeting of the Native Advisory Committee will be held at Kettle and Stony Point First Nation
- Hillside School , on Wednesday, November 19 at 6:00 pm.
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REPORT NO: B-14-123
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Report To Board
FROM:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
Pupil Accommodation Report October 2014
This annual Pupil Accommodation Report is presented to the Board by the Director of Education in
compliance with Regulation No: R-AD-106. The purpose of the Report is to summarize data to
provide an overview of accommodation issues across the expansive geographic area of the Lambton
Kent District School Board. The study of current student enrolment data, demographic issues and
Ministry of Education initiatives is key to future planning. Some of the data contained in the 2020
Vision enrolment study presented to Trustees in June 2012 is included in this report. The financial
section of the Report reviews the Board's 2014-15 Budget including any funding changes for the next
school year.
Factors to Consider
Enrolment
Elementary enrolment as of October 15, 2014 was 14671.00 students, which represents a decline of
approximately 65 students in comparison to one year ago on October 31 , 2013. Our budgeted
elementary projection was 14550.00 for the current school year, 121.00 FTE above the projection .
While we still have a small number of elementary schools facing declining enrolment challenges, this
year marks the final year of the Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) initiative and has created the need for
additional classroom space to accommodate our kindergarten-aged students for this school year. It is
also important to remember that the decision to register one's child for FDK is optional. In 2014/15,
there are four elementary school catchment areas with student populations under 150 students.
Those schools are Dawn Euphemia with 112 students, Mooretown-Courtright with 119 students,
Aberarder with 128 students and Zone Township Central School with 144 students.
Secondary enrolment as of October 15, 2014 was 7778.50 FTE which represents a decline of
approximately 327.13 FTE from October 31 , 2013. As our target projection for secondary enrolment
was 7836.00 FTE, this represents a shortfall of 57.50 FTE. Efforts continue to locate and re-engage
secondary students who have dropped out into our Alternative and Continuing Education Centres, as
well as into a number of our secondary pathways, to help offset this deficit. October 15, 2014
enrolment indicates that four of our secondary schools have current student populations under 400
FTE. Lambton Kent Composite School has 293.00 FTE students. Ridgetown District High School , a
Grade 7-12 school, reports enrolment at Ridgetown District High School of 218.25 FTE (Grade 9 to
12), plus an additional 94.00 FTE Grade 7 and 8 students, for a total of 312.25 FTE. Tilbury District
High School reports enrolment of 314.50 FTE students, followed by Blenheim District High School
with an enrolment of 356.75 FTE.
It is evident that our enrolment decline is significant in our secondary schools as was predicted in our
Vision 2020 Report. Clearly there will be a need to study secondary reconfigurations in the future.
We are seeing success with the Grade 7 to 12 model and we look to replicate it in the future .
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Re-configuration of Wallaceburg Schools
In June of 2013, Trustees voted to close D.A. Gordon Public School as of June 30, 2014 and to
reorganize A.A. Wright Public School and H.W. Burgess Public School as JK to Grade 6 schools and
Wallaceburg District Secondary School as a Grade 7 to 12 school as of September 2014. A
Transition Committee was formed in September 2013 and met most recently on October 22, 2014 to
review the transition process. Feedback from the Transition Committee indicated that the members
felt it was instrumental to ensuring a smooth transition for all students involved . Similar to what we
did in Ridgetown, a survey will be conducted to obtain further feedback on the effectiveness of the
transition process. It appears that the start up of the Grade 7 to 12 program delivery at WDSS has
been successful. It is likely that this type of reconfiguration may be replicated in more LKDSB
secondary schools in the future. Under current Ministry regulations, opportunities are available to
school boards to access capital project funding in communities where accommodation reviews have
been completed . It is important to keep this in mind when considering future school consolidation
opportunities.
LKDSB Engagement Model and Technology Enriched Learning Plan (TELP)
The Executive Team has developed a model for teaching and learning which can be used across the
entire system to improve student achievement. The 2014/2015 school year marks the evolution of
the LKDSB Engagement Model which has been presented to all stakeholders in the system. The
Director has also recently announced a Technology Enriched Learning Plan (TELP) which guides the
enhanced use of technology to connect students and the curriculum across all grade levels.
In all schools the TELP provides for increased purchase volume of mobile devices to be used at all
grade levels. Grade 7 marks the entry point for Board provided devices to be allocated to all students
on a one-to-one basis.
In secondary schools the Engagement Model and the TELP lead to equitable access to the
appropriate device across all four pathways - World of Work, Skilled Trade Apprenticeship, College
and University. Full implementation also requires school facilities that are built to enhance
staff/student engagement. This includes access to technology with robust connectivity to the internet.
New Ministry Accommodation Review Guidelines
The Ministry of Education has recently amended their Accommodation Review Guidelines. Boards
have been informed that there will be some changes to the accommodation review process but have
not been given a specific timeline regarding implementation. It is expected that these new guidelines
will be released during this school year.
Financial Information
For the 2014-15 School Year, the Lambton Kent District School Board will have a total combined
Operating and Capital budget of $260.8 Million dollars. This budget is based on a projected average
daily enrolment of 22 ,229 students including full implementation of the Full Day Kindergarten program
this school year. The following chart summarizes all expenditures into four major categories:
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Capital Projects
Equipment
\$12,417,387
Benefits
$25,027,583
Salaries
$179,625 812
The government has committed $22.53 Billion dollars to public education, with new funding
investments directed to the Provincial educational priorities such as the Full Day Kindergarten I Child
Care and Student Success initiatives.
Key Budget Initiatives:
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Full implementation of the Full Day Kindergarten program providing all Junior and Senior
Kindergarten students across Ontario with this core education program.
Lambton Kent will be providing the FDK program at the twelve remaining school locations
that were scheduled into this final year of the phased-in implementation plan.
The current Labour Framework collective agreements in the education sector expire on
August 31, 2014. The existing terms and conditions of employment in these expired
collective agreements will continue into this new school year while collective bargaining
gets underway.
To promote more efficient use of school space the top-up funding for School Renewal and
School Operations allocations will be capped at a maximum of 95% of a school 's capacity.
Schools above 65% capacity will be provided with top-up funding that recognizes 15% of
their excess capacity while schools at or below 65% capacity will be provided with a 10%
top-up rate.
A new four-year $750M School Consolidation Capital (SCC) program has been created to
fund new schools, retrofits and additions that support school consolidations
$1 .25B over three years ($250M in 2014-15) to continue and expand the School Condition
and Improvement (SCI) funding. This program supports school renewal projects in order to
provide safe and healthy learning environments.
Funding to continue supporting a Mental Health Leader in school boards will be included in
the 2014-15 GSN .
The Student Transportation grant has been increased by 2% to help boards manage
increased costs.
2% increase to the Plant operations benchmark to support commodity price increases and
a 7.3% increase in electricity funding component.
Other funding formula changes are being made to the: School Board Administration and
Special Education funding grants. These changes are being phased-in over a multi-year
period.
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Funding Outside the Grants for Student Needs:
$178.9M to be allocated to school boards for projects that are focused on priority education initiatives. The
LKDSB has been allocated $1 .32M Dollars for about twenty initiatives (ex. Autism Supports, Early Years Leads
program , Safe & Accepting Schools ...}.
Rural/Small School Communities:
For qualifying rural schools the Ministry of Education supports some of the operating costs through
the Geographic Circumstances Grant.
There are 3 components to this rural support formulas consisting of: Remote and Rural Allocation ,
Supported Schools Allocation, Rural and Small Community Allocation.
1. Remote and Rural $285,423.
The Remote and Rural funding supports the higher cost of purchasing goods and services
for small school boards and boards with schools that are distant from one another.
2. Distance & Supported Schools $14,820.
The supported schools funding provides additional funding for teaching staff to keep lowenrolment schools that are far from other schools of the board viable.
An elementary school is deemed to be "supported" if the next closest elementary school of
the board is at least 20 kilometers away.
A secondary school is deemed to be "supported" if the next closest secondary school of the
board is at least 45 ki lometers away.
3. Rural & Small Community $161 ,046.
This Rural and Small Community funding supports boards with schools in rural or small
communities.
This allocation is based on the Rural and Small Community Measure, which represents the
proportion of a municipality's population residing in rural areas or small communities.
Top-Up Funding For School Operations & Renewal:
The GSN formulas provide limited top-up funding which recognizes schools that are operating at less
than full capacity. The top-up for School Operations & Renewal provides assistance with the cost of
cleaning and maintaining some of the excess capacity of school facilities. Total top-up funding for
2014-15 is $6.8 Million.
Community Use Of Schools:
The government provides funding to school boards through the Community Use of Schools program
to make school space more affordable and accessible for use outside of the regular school hours.
This funding allows boards to reduce the rates for school space used by the community by helping
pay for costs of utilities and cleaning. The Lambton Kent DSB has been provided with $ 359,832 to
support this program during the 2014-15 school year.
Each school board also provides a Community Outreach Coordinator who is responsible to support
initiatives that promote schools as hubs of the community. The Community Coordinator works with
our schools and community groups to maximize access and to determine community and school
capacity to deliver and manage programs.
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Facility Partnerships Initiative:
Facility partnerships are intended to establish shared use during school hours between the Board and
community partners. These partnership opportunities may be provided in schools where excess
space has been identified by the Board.
Demographic Trends Of The Lambton Kent District School Board
Demographic trends play an important role in the collection of data for the planning process. Birth
rates and population trends in our individual school areas within the Lambton Kent District School
Board provide data which assists in predicting future school enrolment needs.
Birth Rate Trends
10 Year History
Year
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Actual # of Births
2182
(0)
2275
(+93)
2239
(-36)
2300
(+61)
2282
(-18)
2400 (+118)
2324
(-76)
2340
(+16)
2385
(+45)
2305
(-80)
10 YEAR BIRTH RATE TREND
2450
2400
2350
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2300
2250
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2150
2100
2050
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Year of Birt h
The birth rate in 2012 shows a decline of 80 in the total number of births within the Lambton Kent
District School Board catchment area. As the birth rate fluctuates, so does the potential number of
students who may be eligible to attend in future years.
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School Aged Population Changes
Demographics data indicates that over the past year, the Lambton Kent District School Board
experienced a decline of -1.0% in the overall number of eligible school aged population. The data
charted below shows a decline in the number of eligible children ages 1-4, while ages 5-8 and 9-12
are not increasing significantly, but are remaining stable. The continued decline in eligible students
ages 13-16 continues to support the significant decline in enrolment now being experienced at the
secondary level.
Table #1 - History of School Aged Population - Change from Previous Year
Based on Data as at
Age 1 to 4
Age 5 to 8
Age 9 to 12
Age 13 to 16
Total Population Change(%)
Oct. 31, 2009
-0.8% (-76)
1.0% (+100)
-1 .9% (-200)
-4.0% (-487)
-1 .6% (-663)
Oct. 31, 2010
-0.6% (-61)
-1 .3% (-127)
-0.3% (-27)
-2.3% (-268)
-1 .2% (-483)
Oct. 31, 2011
-0.7% (-69)
0.8% (+82)
-3.2% (-328)
-3.2% (-367)
-1.7% (-682)
Oct. 31, 2012
1.0% (+99)
0.7% (+70)
0.2% (+17)
-3.3% (-362)
-0.4% (-176)
Oct. 31,2013
-0.9% (-87)
0.0% (0)
0.7% (+65)
-3.7% (-373)
-1.0% (-395)
Table #2 - Elementary School Attendance Areas with a Positive Change in School Aged
Population from Previous Year (data as of October 31, 2013)
Based on October 31, 2013 demographics data, ten of our elementary school areas have remained
stable, or experienced a positive change of 1% or more, in the school aged population in their
catchment area compared to the previous year. While increases in population are desirable, the data
does reflect seven fewer schools with a positive change in eligible school aged population compared
to the seventeen school areas reported just one year ago.
Elementary School Areas With Positive Change Over 1.0% in School Aged Population Since Last Year
School
Dresden Area Central School
Colonel Cameron
H W Burgess
Cathcart Boulevard
Errol Village
Lake road
King George VI Samia
Confederation Central
Kinnwood Central
Rosedale
Ages
Chg
7
19
-3
-7
2
8
-3
-3
20
-9
1-4
Pet
3.2%
10.7%
-2.0%
-3.4%
3.1%
5.6%
-1.8%
-1.9%
9.3%
-2.9%
Ages
Chg
-7
2
5
29
-6
10
2
10
-4
45
5-8
Pet
-3.0%
1.1%
3.1%
14.4%
-7.1%
7.0%
1.1%
6.2%
-1 .9%
15.7%
Ages
Chg
5
20
7
-13
11
-3
22
13
19
-3
9-12
Pet
2.3%
10.8%
4.2%
-5.7%
12.2%
-2.2%
11 .2%
9.1%
8.6%
-0.9%
Ages 13-16
Population Change
Chg
Chg
Pet
Pet
4
1.7%
1.0%
9
11
1.4%
-30
-14.0%
0.0%
0
9
1.4%
7
2.6%
16
1.8%
0.0%
7
0
2.1%
-1
-0.7%
14
2.5%
-2
-1 .1%
19
2.6%
2
1.1%
22
3.4%
-6
-2.8%
29
3.4%
2.7%
42
3.4%
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Table #3- Elementary School Attendance Areas with a~ 5.0% Decrease in School Aged
Population from Previous Year (data as of October 31, 2013)
While numbers have increased or remained constant in some school areas, many of our elementary
catchment areas in the Board have experienced a decrease in the school aged population. The chart
below shows those areas whose decline last year was 5.0% or greater. One year ago, only three
areas reported a decrease over 5.0% in school aged population in comparison to the five areas being
reported this year.
Elementary School Areas With Negative Change Over 5.0% in School Aged Population Since Last Year
School
London Road School
Zone Township Central
Merlin Area
Hanna Memorial
Mooretown-Courtright
Ages
Chg
-7
-6
-17
-17
-12
1-4
Pet
-4.8%
-9.4%
-18.5%
-9.9%
-14.6%
Ages
Chg
-5
-3
-13
2
-2
!H3
Pet
-3.8%
-3.9%
-11.3%
1.4%
-2.4%
Ages 9-12
Pet
1.7%
2
-7.0%
-7
8.8%
8
-14
-9.7%
-5
-6.4%
Chg
Ages 13-16
Population Change
Chg
Chg
Pet
Pet
-14.4%
-28
-5.4%
-18
-6.2%
-23
-6.5%
-7
-29
-7.3%
-7
-6.9%
-16
-11.3%
-45
-7.6%
-8
-7.8%
-27
-7.8%
Table #4 - Secondary School Attendance Areas of School Aged Population from last year
(data as of October 31, 2013)
Only two of our thirteen secondary schools show an increase in the eligible number of school aged
population living within their catchment area. While some populations are showing slight decreases
in population, others are showing a more significant decline in students who in future would be
eligible to attend secondary school at that location.
Secordary School Cha11Je In School Aged Popuation Since Last Year- ncrease to Decrease
Ages 1-4
Secondary School
Ages 5-8
Ages 9-12
Ages 13-16
Population Change
Chg
Pet
Chg
Pet
Chg
Pet
Chg
Pet
Chg
Pet
Northern Collegiate
-24
-2.5%
76
7.9%
4
0.4%
6
0.5%
62
1.5%
St Clair Secondary School
-13
-1.0%
33
2.7%
6
0.5%
-7
-0.6%
19
0.4%
North Lambton Secondary School
25
3.6%
-18
-2. 6%
14
1.9%
-23
-3.2%
-2
-0.1 %
Lambton-Kent Composite School
0
0.0%
3
0.7%
-18
-3.7%
3
0.6%
-12
-0.6%
-1.3%
-4
-0.5%
-28
-3. 6%
12
1.6%
-20
-2.5%
-40
Chatham-Kent Secondary School
-33
-2.7%
8
0.6%
13
1.1%
-63
-4.6%
-75
-1 .5%
John McGregor Secondary School
-49
-4.6%
5
0.5%
36
3.6%
-58
-5.4%
-66
-1.6%
Lambton Central Collegiate
Wallaceburg District Secondary
-39
-5.0%
-11
-1 .3%
-3
-0 .3%
-9
-1 .0%
-62
-1.8%
Samia Collegiate
-8
-0.7%
11
1.0%
35
3.5%
-133
-11 .3%
-95
-2.1%
Ridgetown District High School
-2
-0.7%
-1
-0.4%
-16
-4.9%
-14
-3.8%
-33
-2.6%
Tilbury District High School
-6
-1 .0%
-26
-3.9%
-12
-1 .8%
-33
-4.8%
-77
-2 .9%
-29
-6.5%
-34
-6.6%
1
0.2%
-36
-6.2%
-98
-4.8%
Blenheim District High School
Note : Alexander MacKenzie Secondary School is not included in the school aged secondary population chart as they offer specialized
program to students across the Sarnia-Lambton school catchment areas.
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LKDSB AVERAGE DAILY ENROLMENT TEN YEAR HISTORY
2004-05 TO 2013-14
30,000.00 , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
25,000.00
• 2004-05
20,000.00
• 2005-06
• 2006-07
15,000.00
• 2007-08
• 2008-09
• 2009-10
10,000.00
• 2010-11 *
• 2011-12*
• 2012-13*
5,000.00
• 2013-14*
0.00
Elementary
Average Daily
Enrolment
Second ary
Average Daily
Enrolment
Total Day School
Average Daily
Enrolment
* This figure represents the GSN (Grant for Student Needs) funding , and does not include the impact
of phasing in the Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) program.
For the past ten years, declining enrolment has been evident throughout most of our communities
within the Lambton Kent District School Board. The bar graph above represents a ten year history of
the average daily enrolment (ADE). The ADE is calculated by averaging the October 31st and March
31st enrolment full time equivalent (FTE).
Elementary enrolment numbers are beginning to support the prediction that in the next few years, we
will see a more gradual decline in our elementary enrolment than has been experienced in the past.
The decline from 2012-13 to 2013-14 was 107.25 compared to 190.00 just one year earlier.
However, our secondary schools continue to experience a more significant decline, with the ADE
declining in 2013-14 by 459.00. Historically, secondary enrolment averages a 3.5% to 4.0% decline
in the number of secondary students attending in the second semester. The Ministry's introduction of
Pupil Accommodation Report October 2014
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Report B-14-123
Page 9
the 34 Credit Threshold Policy in the 2013-14 school year also becomes a contributing factor to GSN
funding available to secondary programs.
SUMMARY
The Board has conducted 34 Accommodation Reviews since 1998. Results included blending of
schools, boundary changes, program relocations, school closures and consolidations. In several
instances, final recommendations to make no changes to schools were approved by the Board.
The 2012-13 Pupil Accommodation Review resulted in a recommendation to reconfigure Wallaceburg
District Secondary School into a Grade 7 to 12 school while leaving the consolidated A.A. Wright
Public School and H.W. Burgess Public as Grade JK-6 schools for September 2014. Under current
Ministry regulations, opportunities are available to school boards to access capital project funding in
communities where accommodation reviews have been completed. We have captialized on this
opportunity and have received $2.25M in capital funding to improve the Wallaceburg Distrtict
Secondary School site. We have also submitted an additional request to improve the A.A. Wright
Public School site.
Effective this fall, the total enrolment in our 64 schools continues to decline congruent with the
timeline outlined in the 2020 Vision enrolment study. In order to operate and maintain the schools of
the LKDSB as effectively and efficiently as possible, it is important that accommodation pressures be
reviewed annually by the Board. As a number of schools across the Board experience the ongoing
reality of declining enrolment, we are faced with the opportunity of continued reconfiguring and
repositioning students within our schools to achieve efficiencies and improved school learning
environments. We anticipate the need for further accommodation reviews under the new Ministry
Guidelines which are expected this school year.
Pupil Accommodation Report October 2014
Report B-14-123
Page 10
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APPENDIX: A
P-AD-1 06 and R-AD-1 06 Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
Policy and Regulations
APPENDIX: B
Lambton Kent District School Board October 31, 2013 & March 31, 2014
Elementary & Secondary Enrolment submitted to the Ministry of Education
for grant purposes
APPENDIX: C
Relationship of October 15, 2014 Enrolment to School Capacity
for the Lambton Kent District School Board
APPENDIX: D
Out of Boundary Students as of September 2014
APPENDIX: E
Lambton Kent District School Board Elementary & Secondary
Current and Projected Enrolment
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APPENDIX A
POLICY NO.: P-AD-1 06-12
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District School Board
POLICY
Subject:
Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board to operate and maintain its schools as
effectively and efficiently as possible to support student achievement while exploring all
opportunities to enhance the learning environment.
Implementation Date:
Revised:
Reviewed:
May 13, 1998 (original)
October 8, 2002, March 27, 2007
March 27, 2012
Reference:
Board Pupil Accommodation/School Closure Regulations
Board Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities Policy & Regulations
Ministry of Education Pupil Accommodation Review Guidelines
APPENDIX A
Lambton Kent
District School Board
REGULATIONS NO.: R-AD-106-12
REGULATIONS
Subject:
Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
1.
Each October, the Director of Education will present a Pupil Accommodation Report to the Board .
2.
The Pupil Accommodation Report should include such items as:
(a)
the current and projected enrolments in each school;
(b)
the relationship of current and projected enrolments to school capacities ;
(c)
the number of out-of-area students in attendance at each school;
(d)
the location of and enrolment in special programs which attract students from other parts
of the system ;
(e)
the status of the physical plants and the identification of current and future use including
capital projects and potential partnerships;
(f)
the number and location of portable or temporary classrooms;
(g)
the economic viability of each school in accordance with the funding formulae;
{h)
other information that the Director of Education may deem to be relevant.
3.
The October report will identify, if necessary, the Board 's intention to conduct an accommodation
review of a school or schools.
4.
At the Board Meeting following the announcement of the Board's intention to conduct an
accommodation review of a school or schools, the Board will appoint an Accommodation Review
Committee (ARC).
5.
The Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) will function according to the Terms of Reference
outlined in this Regulation.
6.
After the Board announces its intention to conduct an accommodation review of a school or
schoo ls, there must be no less than thirty days notice prior to the first of four (minimum) public
meetings. Beginning with the first public meeting the consultation period must be no fewer than
ninety days. School holidays are not considered part of the thirty or ninety day time periods.
7.
Administration will provide the ARC with School Information Profiles for the school(s) involved in
the ARC.
8.
After the public submission of the Accommodation Review Committee 's Accommodation Report
there must be no less than sixty days notice prior to the Board Meeting where the Trustees will
vote on the recommendations.
9.
Administration shall review and analyze the Accommodation Review Committee 's
Accommodation Report and present the findings and recommendations along with
Administration 's proposal and recommendations to the Trustees.
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Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
Regulation No.: R-AD-106-09-12
10.
If the Board passes a motion to close a school, the Board will outline clear timelines around when
the school(s) will be closed and provide opportunity for public input on boundary revisions. The
naming of a new school or consolidated school will be done in accordance with the Board 's policy
and regulations on Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities."
11.
The approved changes will be implemented by the Director of Education, in accordance with
Ministry Regulations/Guidelines and the Board Administrative Procedures, prior to the
commencement of the next school year or at a time approved by the Board.
12.
The following outlines circumstances where school boards are not obligated to undertake an
accommodation review in accordance with the Ministry of Education 's Pupil Accommodation
Review Guidelines. The Board shall provide appropriate notice of decisions that would affect the
accommodation of student.
o Where a replacement school is to be rebuilt by the Board on the existing site or located within
the existing school attendance boundary as identified through the Board's existing policies.
o When a lease is terminated.
o When the Board is considering the relocation of a grade or grades, or a program , where the
enrolment in the grade or grades, or program, constitutes less than 50% of the enrolment of
the school.
o When the Board is repairing or renovating a school and the school community must be
temporarily relocated to ensure the safety of students during the renovations.
o Where a facility has been serving as a holding school for a school community whose
permanent school is under construction or repair.
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Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
Regulation No.: R-AD-106-12
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Accommodation Review Committee Terms of Reference
Mandate:
The Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) analyzes School Information Profiles, considers
alternatives and makes recommendations that meet the educational and accommodation
objectives of the Lambton Kent District School Board. Throughout the process the ARC consults
with community members and provides opportunity for input into the analysis.
Process:
1.
The Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) membership includes the following from
each school a parent, a school administrator, a community representative and a
municipal partner representative as well as First Nations representative if appropriate,
and the Board's Planning and Reporting Officer. The Director or designate facilitates and
chairs ARC meetings. Trustees would be encouraged to attend as observers.
2.
The ARC attempts to come to consensus on recommendations. The voting process is
used when consensus is not possible. The parent(s), community representative(s),
municipal partner representative(s)s and the First Nations representative(s) will have
voting rights. The Director, Superintendents, Planning and Reporting Officer and the
school administrator will be non-voting members.
3.
After the Board announces its intention to conduct an accommodation review of a school
or schools, there must be no less than thirty days notice prior to the first of four
(minimum) public meetings. Beginning with the first public meeting the consultation period
must be no fewer than ninety days. School holidays are not considered part of the thirty
or ninety day time periods.
4.
The ARC assumes an advisory role by providing an Accommodation Report including
recommendations to the Board. Administration reviews the Report and makes
recommendations to the Board of Trustees which makes a final decision about the future
of a school or family of schools.
5.
Administrative staff completes a School Profile for each school under review and provides
it to the ARC for review. The ARC discusses and consults about the School Information
Profile(s) prepared by the Board's administration for the school(s) under review and
modifies the Profile(s) where appropriate. The final School Profile(s) and the Reference
Criteria provide the foundation for discussion and analysis of accommodation options.
6.
The ARC ensures that a wide range of school and community groups is invited to
participate in the consultation.
7.
A minimum of four publicized public meetings are held, with each agenda including an
opportunity for questions and input from the public.
8.
A secretary is provided to keep minutes of the meetings that reflect the full range of
opinions expressed. Minutes are available to the public. All information relevant to the
accommodation review, as defined by the ARC, is made public by posting on the Board's
website or making it available upon request.
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Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
9.
Regulation No.: R-AD-106-12
The ARC prepares an Accommodation Report summarizing its recommendations. It is
shared with trustees and the public at a Board Meeting with further opportunity provided
for community input.
School Information Profile
The ARC and the public will be informed about all schools under review based on their value to
the students, the school board, the community and the local economy to ensure that the ARC is
positioned to make accommodation recommendations to the board based on a full
understanding of the schools and their relationship to their local communities.
Reference Criteria
The following information will be made available:
Programs offered (Regular, French Immersion, Special Education, Native Second Language)
Age and condition of facility
School size (facility, green space, gymnasium
Ministry rated enrolment capacity
Enrolment (current, past and future projections)
Grade configuration
Staffing
Transportation (%of students bussed , out of boundary students, time and distance for bussed
students)
Community partnerships
First Nations partnerships
Demographics for area
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Pupil Accommodation Review Time Line Guidelines
October
Director's Pupil Accommodations Report presented to the Board
Identification of Board 's intent to conduct pupil accommodation review of school(s)
if necessary
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October
Appointment of Accommodation Review Committee (ARC)
November (end)
March (end)
First Public Meeting hosted by ARC
Suggested timeframe for the completion of the four public meetings hosted
By ARC
April or ARC Accommodation Report to be presented at a public Board meeting.
May
Next Meeting
Administration 's Response to ARC Accommodation Report and Administration 's
proposal and recommendations presented to the Trustees at a Board Meeting.
May
Delegations to Board regarding the recommendations presented to Trustees
in the Accommodation Report.
June
Administration's final recommendations presented to Trustees. Board decision
made.
Implementation Date:
Revised :
May 13, 1998 (original)
October 8, 2002 , March 27, 2007 , September 15, 2009, March 27, 2012
Reference:
Board Pupil Accommodation/School Closure Policy
Board Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities Policy & Regulations
Ministry of Education Pupil Accommodation Review Guidelines
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APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
Lambton Kent DSB Elementary October 31, 2013/March 31, 2014 Enrolment Actuals
I
A.D.E.
192.25
213.00 Tot. Stds.
193.00 F.T.E.
211.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
191.50 F.T.E.
73.25
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
L
136.00 Tot. Stds.
129.00 F.T.E.
131.00 Tot. Stds.
124.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
40.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
162.00 Tot. Stds.
145.00 F.T.E.
162.00 Tot. Stds.
146.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
67.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
L
168.00 Tot. Stds.
155.50 F.T.E.
170.00 Tot. Stds.
158.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
73.75
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other( Visa)
53.00
119.00
173.00
40.00
0.00
0.00
Aberarder 01244-(FDK Yr 4f
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
172.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
14.00
0.00
0.00
118.00
34.00
0.00
0.00
131 .00
31 .00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
12.00
13.00
11 .00
13.00
60.00
83.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
52.00
79.00
Bridgeview 61824 (FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
143.00
0.00
16.00
15.00
50.00
78.00
Totals
13.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
18.00
16.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
33.00
85.00
Bosanquet 55719-(FDK Yr 3f
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
128.00
0.00
7.00
6.00
34.00
88.00
122.00
39.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
8.00
6.00
Totals
A.D.E.
156.75
19.00
20.00
54.00
119.00
Totals
A.D.E.
145.75
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
18.00
22.00
Totals
A.D.E.
126.75
A.A. Wright 00078-(FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E .
63.00
83.00
25.00
0.00
0.00
146.00
24.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
A.D .E.
207.75
228.00 Tot. Stds.
209.00 F.T.E .
226.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
206.50 F.T.E .
103.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
352.00 Tot. Stds.
320.50 F.T.E.
353.00 Tot. Stds.
321 .50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
133.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
289.00 Tot. Stds.
264.50 F.T.E.
275.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
253.50 F.T.E.
108.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
461.00 Tot. Stds.
411.50 F.T.E.
464.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
413.00 F.T.E.
184.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
190.00
84.00
103.00
38.00
0.00
0.00
Bright's Grove 63517 .(FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
187.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
63.00
0.00
0.00
290.00
49.00
0.00
0.00
232 .00
43.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
49.00
50.00
49.00
53.00
133.00
229.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
85.00
147.00
Cathcart 88609
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
362.00
0.00
22.00
21 .00
86.00
154.00
Totals
63.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
25.00
24.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
102.00
188.00
Brooke Central 66370
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
240.00
0.00
28.00
35.00
102.00
187.00
289 .00
39.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
28.00
35.00
Totals
A.D.E.
412.25
19.00
20.00
85.00
105.00
Totals
A.D .E.
259
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
18.00
20.00
Totals
A.D.E.
321
Brigden 6208HFDK Yr 1f
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
135.00
227 .00
99.00
2
0.00
0.00
362 .00
102.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
219.00 Tot. Stds.
201.00 F.T.E.
216.00 Tot. Stds.
197.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
86
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
199
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
r
212.00 Tot. Stds.
192.00 F.T.E.
213.00 Tot. Stds.
193.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
82
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
192.5
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
182.00 Tot. Stds.
162.00 F.T.E.
169.00 Tot. Stds.
152.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
62.75
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
I
118.00 Tot. Stds.
108.50 F.T.E.
114.00 Tot. Stds.
104.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
47.75
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
69.00
113.00
66.00
111.00
1.00
1.00
183.00
36.00
0.00
0.00
178.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
172.00
40.00
0.00
0.00
D.A. Gordon 13113-(FDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
173.00
142.00
40.00
0.00
0.00
14.00
19.00
44.00
92.00
40.00
0.00
0.00
136.00
33.00
0.00
0.00
Dawn-Euphemia 135135-(FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
-
10.00
10.00
38.00
61 .00
99.00
I
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
9.00
10.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
63.00
110.00
45.00
97.00
Totals
0.00
21.00
19.00
17.00
23.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
38.00
Confederation Central 120715-(FDK Yr 4f
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
61 .00
111 .00
Totals
A.D.E.
106.25
14.00
24.00
22.00
18.00
Totals
A.D.E.
157.25
Colonel Cameron 118583-(FDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
14.00
22.00
Totals
q_,~
38.00
56.00
19.00
3
0.00
0.00
94.00
20.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
L_
A.D.E.
343
373.00 Tot. Stds.
336.50 F.T.E.
387.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
349.50 F.T.E.
149.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
212.00 Tot. Stds.
189.50 F.T.E.
211 .00 Tot. Stds.
189.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
86.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
111 .00
189.00
408.00 Tot. Stds.
367.50 F.T.E.
414.00 Tot. Stds.
374.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
169.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
168.00 Tot. Stds.
152.00 F.T.E.
170.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
154.00 F.T.E.
1. Resident students
56
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
73.00
0.00
0.00
312.00
29.00
16.00
75.00
0.00
0.00
26.00
17.00
65.00
102.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
167.00
64.00
104.00
45.00
0.00
0.00
Errol Road 185841
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
168.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
81 .00
0.00
0.00
Errol Village 185833 {FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
334.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
80.00
0.00
0.00
I
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
14.00
18.00
39.00
97.00
136.00
0.00
130.00
204.00
13.00
19.00
Totals
0.00
47.00
33.00
128.00
199.00
327.00
43.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
45.00
36.00
Totals
A.D.E.
153
300 .00
114.00
198.00
. ~st Lambton Elementary School 58728f(FDK Yr 4)
Oct. 31
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Oct. 31
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Mar. 31
Mar. 31 Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Totals
A.D.E.
370.75
38.00
37.00
37.00
36.00
Totals
A.D.E.
189.5
Dreseten Area Central148660 (FDK Yr 3)
I
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
41 .00
97.00
32.00
4
0.00
0.00
138.00
32.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
217.00 Tot. Stds.
195.50 F.T.E.
214.00 Tot. Stds.
192.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
85.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
194
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
228.00 Tot. Stds.
207.00 F.T.E.
232.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
211 .00 F.T.E.
97.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
L
245.00 Tot. Stds.
220.50 F.T.E.
250.00 Tot. Stds.
227.00 F.T.E .
JK-3 ADE
92.75
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
174.00
43.00
0.00
0.00
Gregory Drive 230693-(FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
171 .00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
218.00
58.00
0.00
0.00
226 .00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
77.00
113.00
42.00
0.00
0.00
190.00
42.00
0.00
0.00
Hanna Memorial 243175 (FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
28.00
21 .00
25.00
21 .00
67.00
129.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
61 .00
21 .00
21.00
76.00
110.00
Totals
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
21 .00
21.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
89.00
137.00
H.W. Burgess 237329-(FDK Yr 3f
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
186.00
43.00
35.00
26.00
83.00
135.00
Totals
A.D.E.
223.75
64.00
107.00
33.00
25.00
Totals
A.D.E.
209
22.00
21.00
64.00
110.00
I
276.00 Tot. Stds.
247.00 F.T.E.
287.00 Tot. Stds.
256.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
115.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
20.00
23.00
Totals
A.D.E.
251.75
Grand Bend 226661 (FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
196.00
71 .00
133.00
49.00
5
0.00
0.00
204.00
46.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
A.D.E.
379.25
417.00 Tot. Stds.
384.50 F.T.E.
405.00 Tot. Stds.
374.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
150.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
423.00 Tot. Stds.
370.00 F.T.E.
403.00 Tot. Stds.
351.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
191.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
233.00 Tot. Stds.
207.50 F.T.E.
232.00 Tot. Stds.
205.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 AD E
107.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
501.00 Tot. Stds.
450.50 F.T.E.
502.00 Tot. Stds.
453.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
178
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
352.00
118.00
225.00
65.00
0.00
0.00
H.lglh Par k 255394
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
343.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
106.00
0.00
0.00
300.00
0.00
82.00
97.00
51 .00
0.00
0.00
179.00
53.00
0.00
0.00
Indian Creek Road 275131 (FDK Yr 4
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
41 .00
60.00
39.00
58.00
129.00
271 .00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
15.00
38.00
81 .00
101.00
Totals
103.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
15.00
36.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
137.00
163.00
Ecole Hillcrest 258016 (FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
182.00
0.00
55.00
48.00
142.00
175.00
317.00
62.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
58.00
48.00
Totals
A.D.E.
452
27.00
35.00
119.00
233.00
Totals
A.D.E.
206.5
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
28.00
37.00
Totals
A.D.E.
360.75
Harwic h -Ra Ieiglh 247 197
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
'1- 5
400.00
128.00
277.00
101 .00
6
0.00
0.00
405.00
97.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
258.00 Tot. Stds.
239.00 F.T.E.
254.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
235.00 F.T.E.
80.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
237
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
270.00 Tot. Stds.
243.50 F.T.E.
271.00 Tot. Stds.
244.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
110.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
38.00
0.00
0.00
216 .00
249.00
56.00
0.00
0.00
239.00
54.00
0.00
0.00
King George VI - Sarnia 297380 (FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
24.00
23.00
252.00
84.00
171 .00
45.00
0.00
0.00
Kinnwood Central 619787
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
255.00
217.00
47.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
27.00
26.00
84.00
133.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
88.00
151 .00
27.00
26.00
Totals
0.00
28.00
26.00
82.00
170.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
38.00
Kirig George VI-Chatham 297127 (FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
24.00
21.00
Totals
A.D.E.
244
220 .00
93.00
156.00
[___
297.00 Tot. Stds.
274.50 F.T.E.
302.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
278.50 F.T.E.
106
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
62.00
154.00
28.00
28.00
Totals
A.D.E.
276.5
17.00
21 .00
61.00
159.00
L_
305.00 Tot. Stds.
277.00 F.T.E.
293.00 Tot. Stds.
266.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
118
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
17.00
21.00
Totals
A.D.E.
271.5
John N Given 284386
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
q.lo
84.00
134.00
53.00
7
0.00
0.00
218 .00
53.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
I
189.00 Tot. Stds.
174.00 F.T.E.
190.00 Tot. Stds.
175.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
68
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
174.5
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
L-
308.00 Tot. Stds.
274.50 F.T.E.
313.00 Tot. Stds.
276.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
123.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
165.00 Tot. Stds.
150.00 F.T.E.
164.00 Tot. Stds.
149.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
66.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
53.00
107.00
30.00
0.00
0.00
160.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
185.00
17.00
19.00
36.00
1.00
60.00
123.00
0.00
0.00
Lansdowne 308307 (FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
184.00
0.00
89.00
146.00
87.00
146.00
6.00
6.00
241 .00
67.00
0.00
0.00
London Road 319872-(FDK Yr 4f
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
135.00
18.00
19.00
37.00
0.00
0.00
34.00
40.00
239 .00
74.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
17.00
13.00
51 .00
84.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
16.00
14.00
Totals
30.00
Lambton Centennial 305510-(FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
31 .00
36.00
Totals
A.D.E.
149.5
159.00
1.00
60.00
124.00
Totals
A.D.E.
275.25
12.00
18.00
53.00
106.00
[
221 .00 Tot. Stds.
203.00 F.T.E.
221.00 Tot. Stds.
202.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
78.25
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
12.00
18.00
Totals
A.D.E.
202.75
Lakeroad 304140-(FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
q 'f.
52.00
82.00
30.00
8
0.00
0.00
134.00
30.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
A.D.E.
559.5
647.00 Tot. Stds.
562.50 F.T.E.
641.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
556.50 F.T.E.
298.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
1.00
216.00
261 .00
Totals
I
166.00 Tot. Stds.
150.50 F.T.E.
168.00 Tot. Stds.
150.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
74
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
150.5
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
Merlin Area 361895-(FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
1.00
472 .00
135.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
169.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
58.00
75.00
31 .00
0.00
0.00
133.00
35.00
0.00
0.00
Mooretown-Courtright 371610-(FDK Yr 2)
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
11 .00
11 .00
93.00
39.00
54.00
22.00
0.00
0.00
93.00
22.00
0.00
0.00
Naahii Ridae PS 265640 (FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
25.00
37.00
Totals
84.00
85.00
14.00
21 .00
39.00
54.00
I
298.00 Tot. Stds.
267.00 F.T.E.
306.00 Tot. Stds.
274.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
123.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
0.00
11.00
11.00
Totals
A.D.E.
270.5
169.00
1.00
212 .00
258 .00
57.00
78.00
I
115.00 Tot. Stds.
104.00 F.T.E.
115.00 Tot. Stds.
104.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
50
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
478.00
84.00
85.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E .
12.00
19.00
Totals
A.D.E.
104
Mc Naug1hton A venue 356026
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
26.00
38.00
91.00
103.00
93.00
107.00
42.00
42.00
236 .00
62.00
9
0.00
0.00
242 .00
64.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
I
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
474.00 Tot. Stds.
416.00 F.T.E.
468.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
410.50 F.T.E.
218.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D .E.
413.25
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
314.00 Tot. Stds.
281.00 F.T.E.
303.00 Tot. Stds.
272.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
0
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
324.00 Tot. Stds.
297.00 F.T.E.
327.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
300.00 F.T.E.
1. Resident students
124
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
349.00 Tot. Stds.
315.00 F.T.E.
334.00 Tot. Stds.
304.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
139.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
358.00
158.00
195.00
116.00
0 .00
0 .00
353 .00
248.00
66.00
0 .00
0 .00
241 .00
0 .00
0 .00
26.00
28.00
270.00
98.00
175.00
54.00
0 .00
0 .00
273 .00
54.00
0.00
0 .00
Queen Elizabeth II- Sarnia 463000 (FDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T .E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T .E.
33.00
33.00
30.00
28.00
109.00
152.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
62.00
Queen Elizabeth II -Petrolia 462870 (FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T .E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T .E.
96.00
174.00
Totals
0 .00
95.00
146.00
26.00
28.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0 .00
33.00
29.00
97.00
151 .00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
115.00
Queen Elizabeth II- Chatham 462748-(FDK Yr 4)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T .E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
36.00
30.00
Totals
A.D.E.
309.5
56.00
59.00
164.00
194.00
Totals
A.D.E.
298.5
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T .E.
55.00
61 .00
Totals
A .D.E.
276.5
PE McGibbon 432918-(FDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
106.00
148.00
20.00
2.00
281 .00
68.00
10
0.00
0.00
20.00
2.00
274.00
60.00
0 .00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0 .00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
-
104.00 Tot. Stds.
104.00 F.T.E.
107.00 Tot. Stds.
107.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
0
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
105.5
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Totals
185.00 Tot. Stds.
166.00 F.T.E.
187.00 Tot. Stds.
168.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
69
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
167
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
88.00
90.00
16.00
17.00
104.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Riverview 486922
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
107.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
147.00
0.00
49.00
100.00
38.00
0.00
0.00
Rosedale 491080-(FDK Yr 2)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
149.00
38.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
36.00
43.00
116.00
248 .00
364.00
0.00
20.00
18.00
36.00
42.00
Totals
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
51.00
96.00
I
442.00 Tot. Stds.
403.00 F.T.E.
443.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
403.50 F.T.E .
154.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
20.00
18.00
Totals
A.D.E.
403.25
R"d
1lget own DHS 7 & 8 109920
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
80
115.00
249 .00
78.00
0.00
0.0
364.00
79.00
0.00
0.00
s·1r J o hn Moore c ommumty
·t Sc hoo I 516074
420.00 Tot. Stds.
382.00 F.T.E.
423.00 Tot. Stds.
385.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
154
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
383.50
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
43.00
30.00
43.00
30.00
115.00
184.00
Totals
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 201 3-14
117.00
185.00
45.00
3.00
344.00
76.00
11
0.00
0.00
45.00
3.00
347.00
76.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
1$ J
--,
A.D.E.
91.75
116.00 Tot. Stds.
92.50 F.T.E.
114.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
91 .00 F.T.E.
91 .75
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
22.00
25.00
I
400.00 Tot. Stds.
357.00 F.T.E.
402.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
360.50 F.T.E.
150.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
l
169.00 Tot. Stds.
151.00 F.T.E.
163.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
145.50 F.T.E.
64.25
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
47.00
0.00
0.00
68.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
314.00
109.00
210.00
86.00
0.00
0.00
319.00
83.00
0.00
0.00
Thamesville Area 551147(FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
12.00
23.00
48.00
83.00
45.00
81 .00
2.00
2.00
133.00
36.00
0.00
0.00
Tilbury Area 556602-(FDK Yr 2)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
128.00
339.00
35.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
34.00
46.00
123.00
216 .00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-1 4
0.00
41.00
42.00
32.00
45.00
Totals
46.00
Tecumseh Public 548707 -(FDK Yr 3)
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
13.00
23.00
[
416.00 Tot. Stds.
377.50 F.T.E.
424.00 Tot. Stds.
384.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
163.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
69.00
108.00
206.00
Totals
A.D.E.
380.75
68.00
41 .00
45.00
Totals
A.D.E.
148.25
22.00
24.00
69.00
Totals
A.D.E.
358.75
South Plympton 523321JFDK Yr 3) .
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
125.00
219 .00
77.00
12
0.00
0.00
344.00
80.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14 <6~
L.
358.00 Tot. Stds.
329.50 F.T.E.
367.00 Tot. Stds.
333.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
135
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
331 .5
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Victor Lauriston 572853 -(FDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
105.00
195.00
103.00
198.00
Totals
301 .00
57.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
234.00 Tot. Stds.
214.50 F.T.E.
244.00 Tot. Stds.
223.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
77.25
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
270.00 Tot. Stds.
252.00 F.T.E.
271.00 Tot. Stds.
251.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
104
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
300.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
166.00
66.00
99.00
37.00
0.00
0.00
165.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
39.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
202.00
42.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
19.00
17.00
22.00
18.00
85.00
148.00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
58.00
143.00
Winston Churchill 615757
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
1.00
234.00
36.00
23.00
19.00
56.00
138.00
Totals
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
22.00
17.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
17.00
19.00
Wheatley Area 604054-(FDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
1.00
195.00
67.00
0
68.00
98.00
Totals
A.D.E.
251.5
0.00
17.00
20.00
Totals
A.D.E.
218.75
0.00
W J Baird 580007
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
0
203.00 Tot. Stds.
184.50 F.T.E.
201.00 Tot. Stds.
183.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
85.25
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
183.75
25.00
42.00
19.00
38.00
85.00
146.00
36.00
13
0.00
0.00
231 .00
40.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
135.00 Tot. Stds.
135.00 F.T.E.
131.00 Tot. Stds.
131.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
133
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
[
143.00 Tot. Stds.
133.00 F.T.E.
142.00 Tot. Stds.
132.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
51
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
135.00
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
1.00
130.00
1.00
134.00
Totals
A.D .E.
132.5
Wyoming 622257 (Gr. 4-8)
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
0.00
0.00
0.00
131 .00
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
0.00
0.00
0.00
Zone Township 62522ftFDK Yr 1)
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
8.00
12.00
Totals
~~
8.00
12.00
40.00
82.00
42.00
79.00
1.00
1.00
123.00
20.00
14
0.00
0.00
122.00
20.00
0.00
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
0.00
I
APPENDIX B-Eiementary-2013-14
~~
Lambton Kent Elementary October 31, 2013/March 31, 2014 Enrolment Actuals
A.D.E.
13,312.75
14,736.00 Tot. Stds.
13,329.50 F.T.E.
14,700.00 Tot. Stds.
13,296.00 F.T.E.
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
2.00
4,346 .00
7,440.00
Totals
*NOTE:
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
1,352.00
1,456.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.00
4,347.00
7,407.00
133.00
5.00
2.00
0.00
11,923.00 2,813.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
134.00
2.00
11,892.00
1,354.00
1,449.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
5.00
0.00
2,808.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Oct.31/2013
0.5
0.5
=
=
676.00 (Half-time)
0.00 (Half-time)
676.00 JK F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
X
0.5
0.5
=
=
728 .00 (Half-time)
2.50 (Half-time)
730.50 SK F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
X
1.00
Resident
Non-Resident
JK
JK
1,352 .00
Q.QQ
X
Resident
Non-Resident
SK
SK
1,456.00
5.00
X
Resident
SK
2.QQ
X
=
TOTAL JK/SK
*NOTE:
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
2.00 SK FULL-TIME
1408.50 F.T.E.
Mar.31/2014
Resident
Non-Resident
JK
JK
1,354.00 X 0.5
Q X 0.5
=
=
677 .00 (Half-time)
0.00 (Half-time)
677.00 F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
Resident
Non-Resident
SK
SK
1,449.00
5.00
X
X
0.5
0.5
=
=
724.50 (Half-time)
2.50 (Half-time)
727.00 F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
Resident
SK
2.QQ
X
1.00
TOTAL JK/SK
=
2.00 SK FULL-TIME
1406.00 F.T.E .
Represents Year 1, 2, 3 & 4 Full Day Early Learning Kindergarten Schools for 2013-14 School Year
.50 FTE to be paid through GSN as reported, with additional .50 FTE to be paid through FDELKP funding
October 31, 2013 = 982.00 FTE (1,964 FDK Students- 920 JK/1044 SK) + 2 OPB
March 31, 2014 983.00 FTE (1,966 FDK tuden - 924 JK/1042 SK + 2 OPB
=
LKDSB FINAL Elementary Enrolment 2013-14
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Sept. 9, 2014/lv
APPENDIX B-SECONDARY-2013-14
lambton Kent DSB Secondary School October 31 , 2013/March 31 , 2014 Enrolment Actuals
A.D.E.
500 .00
498 .63
485.00
485.00
491.82
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar.31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont.
Visa
E-leaming Other Bd. Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.D.E.
393 .00
392 .50
364 .00
363 .00
377.75
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont
Visa
E-leaming Other Bd. Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A .D.E.
1,110.00
1,107.00
1,066.00
1,062.75
1084.88
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar.31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont
Visa
E-leaming Other Bd. Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.D.E.
729 .00
721.50
677.00
660.50
691.00
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar.31
Mar.31
Resident
Native
Gav'1 Ont
Visa
E-Leaming Othe r Bd.
Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
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Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 vrs of aae and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Full-ti me
Part-time
Part-time
#Students Rea FTE Hioh FTE #Students Reo FTE Hiah FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E #Students Rea FTE Hiah FT #Students Rea FTE Hiah FT #Stude nts #Students F.T.E.
472.00
471.25
0.75
3.00
1.63
0.00
463.00
460.50
2.50
25.00
25. 00
0.00
22.00
22.00
0.00
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497.00
496.25
0.75
3.00
1.63
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
485.00
482.50
2.50
10
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Blenheim District H.S. 895148
Enrolment on October 31 2013
Enrolment on March 31 2014
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 vrs of aae and olde r
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-t ime
Part-time
#Students Rea FTE Hiah FTE #Students Rea FTE Hiah FTE #Students # Students
F.T.E #Students Reo FTE Hioh FTE #Students Reo FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
391.00
388.75
2.25
1.00
0.50
0.00
1.00
362.00
357 .50
4.50
2.00
0.50
0.50
391.00
388.75
2.25
1.00
0.50
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
362.00
357.50
4.50
7
2.00
0.50
0.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
ChathanH<ent S.S. 919322
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
Students under 21
2 1 vrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 vrs of aoe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-ti me
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E #Students Reo FTE Hioh FT #Students Reo FTE Hioh FT #Students #Stu dents
F.T.E
1100.00
1 096. 13
3.87
6.00
3.00
0.00
1.00
1 058.00
1 038.13
19.87
5.00
1.25
0.50
1.00
1.00
0.00
1.00
1.00
0. 00
2.00
2. 00
0.00
1,103.00
1,099.13
3.87
28
6.00
3.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
2.00
2.00
0.00
1,061.00
1,041 .13
19.87
0
5.00
1.25
0.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
------------ -- -·-·- -----
Enrolment on October 31,2013
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students Rea FTE Hioh FTE #Students Reo FTE Hioh FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E
713.00
71 2.50
14.00
0.50
6.50
0.00
100
100
0.00
100
1.00
0.00
715.00
714.50
0.50
15
14.00
6.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31,2014
Students under 21
2 1 vrs of aoe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students RegFTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
650.00
646.06
3.94
27.00
10.00
0.50
650.00
646.06
3.94
27.00
10.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
o()
LKDSB FINAL Secondary Enrolment 2013-14
Sept. 9, 2014/lv
VI
APPENDIX B-SECONDARY-2013-14
A.D.E.
911 .00
904 .25
877.00
873.25
888.75
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E .
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar.31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont.
Visa
E-leaming Other Bd.
Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.D.E.
311.00
308.50
298.00
295 .00
301 .75
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
E-leaming Other Bd.
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.D.E.
540.00
538.25
516 .00
514 .25
526.25
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
E-leaming Other Bd.
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.D.E.
1,063.00
1,052.25
1,022.00
1,014.25
1033.25
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont.
Visa
E-leaming Other Bd.
Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
Lambton Central C. V.I. 921408
Enrolment on October 31 2013
Enrolment on March 31 2014
Students under 21
21 vrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 vrs of aQe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
F.T.E. #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
I#SiUci"ents Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
I 897.00
896.50
0.50
12.00
5.25
0.00
865.00
8.75
0.00
856 .25
7.00
3.25
I
I
2.00
2.00
0.00
899.00
898.50
0.50
12.00
5.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
5.00
5.00
0.00
870 .00
861.25
8.75
17
7.00
3.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Lambton-Kent Composite School 921530
Enrolment on October 31,2013
Enrolment on March 31,2014
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E. #Students Reg FTE High FT #Students Reg FTE High FT #Students #Students F.T.E.
306.00
305.50
0.50
5.00
2.50
0.00
292.00
288.75
3.25
6.00
3.00
0.00
I 306.00
305.50
0.50
6
5.00
2.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
292.00
288.75
3.25
6.00
3.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
North Lambton S.S. 910228
Enrolment on October 31,2013
Enrolment on March 31,2014
21 yrs of age and older
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
Students under 21
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students RegFTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E. #Students Reg FTE High FT #Students Reg FTE High FT #Students #Students F.T.E.
493.00
493.00
474 .00
470 .75
3.25
2.00
0.75
0.00
0.00
3.00
1.25
0.00
1.00
43.00
43.00
000
39.00
39 .00
000
1.00
0.50
0.00
I 536.00
536.00
0.00
3.00
1.25
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
513.00
509.75
3.25
14
3.00
1.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Northern C.l. & V.S. 930636
Enrolment on March 31,2014
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E. #Students Reg FTE High FT #Students Reg FTE High FT #Students #Students F.T.E.
1,034.00 1,033.00
15.00
5.37
1.88
1.00
21 .00
10.25
0.00
997.00
988.75
8.25
2.00
2.00
0.00
2.00
2.00
0.00
6.00
1.042.00
6.00
1041.00
000
1.00
7
21.00
10.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8.00
8.00
0.00
1 007.00
998.75
8.25
9
15.00
5.37
1.88
0.00
0.00
0.00
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A.O.E.
244.00
242.75
238.00
235.75
239.25
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont
Visa
Students
E-Leaming Other Bd.
0 Funding Totals
0 F.T.E.
A.O.E.
653.00
649 .25
599 .00
593.75
621 .50
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont
Visa
E-Leaming Other Bd.
Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.O.E.
718 .00
715.50
672 .00
664 .25
689.88
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
E-Leaming Other Bd.
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding
A.O.E.
301 .00
292.25
305 .00
290 .50
291 .38
Tot. Stds.
F.T .E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
E-Leaming Othe r Bd.
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont.
Visa
Students
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont
Visa
Students
Totals
_
....._ ... ...... _,...... ........ ··-·
Enrolment on October 31,2013
Students under 21
21 vrs of aae a nd older
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
219 218.17
1.00
0.83
0.25
0.00
23
23.00
1.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
242.00
241 .17
0.83
2.00
0.75
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
------
Enrolment on March 31, 2014
21 vrs of age and older
Students under 21
Part-time
Ful l-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students F.T.E.
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Stude nts Reg FTE High FTE
0.75
0.75
209.25
21 4.00
4.75
3.00
0.25
20.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
20.00
234.00
229.25
4.75
4.00
1.00
0.75
0.00
0.00
0.00
--··· .... ---- -- .. - .·-·... ----·
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
F.T.E.
616.50
618.00
6.00
2.25
0.00
1.50
26.00
26.00
0.00
3.00
3.00
0.00
647.00
645.50
1.50
6.00
2.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31,2014
Students under 21
21 yrs of ~e and older
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Full-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
8. 00
9.00
3.75
0.00
553.00
561 .00
28.00
0. 00
28.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
590.00
582.00
8.00
9.00
3.75
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
St. Clair S. S. 944416
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Enrolment on October 31 , 2013
Students under 21
Students under 21
21 vrs of aoe and older
21 yrs of age and older
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E. #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE Hig h FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
1.25
1.00
1.00
637 .00
687.00
5.00
2.50
0.00
13.00
4.50
7.00
630.00
683.13
3.87
0.00
23.00
19.00
23.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
0.50
19.00
2.00
2.00
0.00
712.00
708.13
3.87
5.00
2.50
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
657.00
650.00
7.00
25
14.00
5.00
1.25
1.00
0.00
0.00
···--· -····-· - -
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Stude nts Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students
284.00
17.00
283.25
0.75
0.00
8.25
284.00
283.25
0.75
11
17.00
8.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2014
Students under 21
21 vrs of ag e and older
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
Full-time
High
FT
Reg
FTE
High
FT
#Students Reg FTE
#Students
#Students #Students F.T.E.
272.75
3.25
29.00
14.50
0.00
276.00
276.00
272.75
3.25
14
29.00
14.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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A.O.E.
693.00
683.00
667.00
659.00
67 1.00
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar.31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont.
Visa
E-Leaming Other Boar' Students
0 F.T.E.
0 Funding Totals
A.O.E.
7908.44
8,166.00 Tot. Stds.
8,105.63 F.T.E.
7,786.00 Tot. Stds.
7,711 .25 F.T.E.
FTE & ADE above
includes High Credit
October -18.19
March- 96 .19
High CreditADE=57.19
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov't Ont.
Visa
Totals
··-··----.... -·-·-· -----.
Enrolment on October 31 2013
Students under 21
21 vrs of age and older
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
567.00
565.63
1.37
17.00
7.50
0.50
107.00
107.00
0.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
674.00
672.63
1.37
7
19.00
8.50
0.50
0.00
--···- ............. ----··--·
0.00
0.00
Mar. 31/2014
653.00
640.50
12.50
14.00
5.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
...
-... ··--· -- ..---· -., _.......... ...... -., _.......... -···- .. ·-·· .. _... Enrolment
on March 31, 2014
_.
Enrolment on October 31, 2013
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
#Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students Reg FTE High FTE #Students #Students F.T.E.
17.69
111 .00
7,781 .00 7,763.31
51 .63
0.50
4.00
000
0.00
251 .00
251.00
0.00
3.00
1.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
000
000
0.00
000
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
16.00
16.00
000
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
000
0.00
8 048.00 8 030.31
17.69
114.00
53.13
0.50
4.00
0.00
0.00
SUIItl.fARY:
Oct. 31/2013
Enrolment on March 31 2014
Students under 21
21 vrs of aile and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students Rea FTE Hiah FT #Students Rea FTE Hiah FT #Students #Students F.T.E.
553 .00
540.50
12.50
11 .00
1.00
4.00
1.00
100.00
100.00
000
0.00
3.00
Students under 21 - POB
7,781 .00 (Full-time) Includes 17.69 high credit
52.13 (Part-time) Includes .50 high credit
7,833.13 F.T.E.
Total High Credit 18.19
Students under 21 - POB
7,402.00 (Full-time) Includes 89 .81 high credit
58.00 (Part-time) Includes 6.38 high cred it
7,460.00 F.T.E.
Total High Credit 96.19
,
Students under 21
Part-time
Full-time
#Students Reg FTE High FT #Students Reg FTE High FT
7,312 .19
6.38
7,402.00
89.81
129.00
51 .62
231 .00
231.00
0.00
0.00
6.00
2.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
17.00
17.00
000
0.00
0.00
0.00
53.87
6.38
7 650.00
7 560.19
89.81
135.00
251 .00
1.50
16.00
0.00
268.50
other Pupils
Native
(Full-time)
Native
(Part-time)
Visa
(Full-time)
Visa
(Part-time)
F.T.E.
231 .00
2.25
17.00
0.00
250.25
other Pupils
Native
(Full-time)
Native
(Part-time)
Visa
(Full-time)
Visa
(Part-time)
F.T.E.
21 yrs of age and older
Full-time
Part-time
#Students #Students F.T.E.
0.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
Other Pupils
Students over 21
4.00 (Full-time)
0.00 (Full-time)
0.00 (Part-time)
0.00 (Part-time)
4.00 F.T.E.
0.00 F.T.E.
Students over 21
1.00 (Full-time)
0.00 (Part-time)
1.00 F.T.E.
other Pupils
0.00 (Full-time)
0.00 (Part-time)
0.00 F.T.E.
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APPENDIX C-2014
Relationship of October 15, 2014 Enrolment to School Capacity for the Lambton Kent District School Board
Elementary Schools
A.A. Wright (JK-6) (FDK-Yr 3)
Aberarder Central (FDK-Yr 4}
Bosanquet Central (FDK-Yr 3)
BridQeview (FDK-Yr 4)
Brigden (FDK-Yr 1)
Bright's Grove (FDK-Yr 4)
Brooke Central (FDK-Yr 5)
Cathcart Boulevard (FDK-Yr 5)
Colonel Cameron (FDK-Yr 1)
Confederation Central (FDK-Yr 4
Dawn-Euphemia (FDK-Yr 3)
Dresden ACS (FDK-Yr 3)
East Lambton (FDK-Yr 4)
Errol Road (FDK-Yr 5)
Errol Village (FDK-Yr 3)
Grand Bend (FDK-Yr 4)
GreQorv Drive (FDK-Yr 4)
H.W. Burgess (JK-6) (FDK-Yr 3)
Hanna Memorial (FDK-Yr 3)
Harwich-Raleigh (FDK-Yr 5)
High Park (FDK-Yr 5)
Ecole Hillcrest (FDK-Yr 4)
Indian Creek (FDK-Yr 4)
John N. Given (FDK-Yr 5)
King George VI -Chat (FDK-Yr 4)
King George VI-Sam (FDK-Yr 4)
Kinnwood Central (FDK-Yr 5)
OTG
Capacity
268
199
308
254
291
364
392
521
340
294
243
547
351
435
190
248
384
271
374
559
550
245
624
337
326
360
314
Oct 15,
2014
292 .00
128.00
161 .00
173.00
233 .00
363.00
277.00
511.00
223 .00
223 .00
112.00
377 .00
210.00
422.00
172.00
202 .00
276 .00
201 .00
251 .00
402.00
380.00
254 .00
489 .00
252 .00
304 .00
306.00
275 .00
%Full
108.96%
64.32%
52.27%
68 .11%
80 .07%
99 .73%
70.66%
98 .08%
65.59%
75.85%
46.09%
68.92%
59.83%
97.01%
90.53%
81.45%
71.88%
74 .17%
67 .11%
71.91%
69 .09%
103.67%
78.37%
74.78%
93.25%
85.00%
87.58%
Total Vacant
Spaces
-24.00
71 .00
147.00
81 .00
58.00
1.00
115.00
10.00
117.00
71 .00
131 .00
170.00
141 .00
13.00
18.00
46.00
108.00
70.00
123.00
157.00
170.00
-9.00
135.00
85.00
22 .00
54.00
39.00
Elementary Schools
Lakeroad (FDK-Yr 4)
Lambton Central Centennial (FDK-Yr 4)
Lansdowne (FDK-Yr 3)
London Road (FDK-Yr 4)
McNaughton Avenue (FDK-Yr 5)
Merlin Area (FDK-Yr 3)
Mooretown-Courtright (FDK-Yr 2)
Naahii Ridge PS (JK-6) (FDK-Yr 3)
P.E. McGibbon (FDK-Yr 1)
Queen Elizabeth 11-Chatham_(FDK-Yr 4)
Queen Elizabeth II- Petrolia (FDK-Yr 4)
Queen Elizabeth 11-Sarnia (FDK-Yr 1)
Ridgetown DHS-Gr 7 & 8
Riverview (FDK-Yr 5)
Rosedale (FDK-Yr 2)
Sir John Moore Community (FDK-Yr 5)
South Plympton (JK-3) (FDK-Yr 3)
Tecumseh (FDK-Yr 3)
Thamesville Area (FDK-Yr 3)
Tilbury Area {FDK-Yr 2)
Victor Lauriston (FDK-Yr 1)
W.J. Baird (FDK-Yr 5)
Wallaceburg DSS-Gr 7 & 8
Wheatley Area (FDK-Yr 1)
Winston Churchill (FDK-Yr 5)
Wyoming (Gr. 4-8)
Zone Township (FDK-Yr 1)
OTG
Capacitv
383
346
386
265
789
291
268
435
518
405
397
427
92
254
481
472
144
574
199
409
491
291
115
357
383
219
219
Oct 15,
2014
161 .00
214 .00
329 .00
171 .00
658.00
169.00
119.00
298.00
452.00
316 .00
334 .00
318 .00
94.00
187.00
436 .00
441 .00
105.00
383 .00
156.00
420.00
342.00
208.00
133.00
226 .00
247 .00
141 .00
144.00
%Full
42.04%
61 .85%
85.23%
64.53%
83.40%
58.08%
44.40%
68.51%
87.26%
78.02%
84.13%
74.47%
102.17%
73.62%
90.64%
93.43%
72.92%
66.72%
78.39%
102.69%
69.65%
71 .48%
11 5.65%
63.31%
64.49%
64.38%
65.75%
Total Vacant
Spaces
222 .00
132.00
57.00
94.00
131 .00
122.00
149.00
137.00
66.00
89.00
63.00
109.00
-2.00
67.00
45.00
31 .00
39.00
191 .00
43.00
-11.00
149.00
83.00
-18.00
131.00
136.00
78.00
75.00
I
FDK Yr 1-2010-11 , FDK Yr 2-2011-12, FDK Yr 3-2012-13 , FDK Yr 4-2013-14 , FDK Yr 5 2014-15
--······-· -·
Secondary Schools
Alexander Mackenzie
Blenheim District H.S.
Chatham-Kent S.S.
John McGregor S.S .
Lambton Central C.V.I.
Lambton-Kent Composite
North Lambton S.S.
Northern C.l. & V .S.
*Ridgetown District H.S .
Samia Collegiate I. & T.S.
St. Clair S.S.
Tilbury D.H.S.
*Wallaceburg D.S.S.
OTG
Capacity
816
738
1470
834
1218
714
705
1407
495
1050
1197
525
1185
Oct 15,
2014
500.50
356.75
1126.25
656.50
853.75
293.00
509.75
1057.75
218.25
561.25
632.75
314.50
697.50
%Full
61 .34%
48.34%
76.62%
78.72%
70.09%
41 .04%
72 .30%
75.18%
44.09%
53 .45%
52 .86%
59 .90%
58 .86%
Total Vacant
Spaces
315 .50
381 .25
343 .75
177.50
364 .25
421 .00
195.25
349.25
276 .75
488.75
564 .25
210.50
487.50
- -- - --
Total Capacity
Oct 15,2014 FTE Enrolment
Total Vacant Spaces
. -,
-- . .
···-··-·-··- -- --··--· -- ---Elementar~
Secondary
Total
19,199.00
14,671.00
4,528.00
12,354.00
7,778.50
4,575.50
31 ,553.00
22,449.50
9,103.50
*Note : The (-)negative number in the "Total Vacant Space" column
indicates schools that are over capacity.
Board Facility Utilization
71.15%
(based on all FDK students being counted as fulltime students
for capacity purposes)
*Wing designated to Grade 7 & 8 student population not calculated in vacant spaces
o()
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APPENDIX D-2014
Lambton Kent District School Board Out of Boundary Students as of September 30, 2014
Elementary Schools
A.A. Wriaht
Aberarder
Bosanauet
BridQeview
Briaden
BriQht's Grove
Brooke Central
Cathcart
Colonel Cameron
Confederation Central
Dawn-Euphemia
Dresden Area Central
East Lambton Elementary
Errol Road
Errol Villaae
Grand Bend
Gregory Drive
H.W . Buraess
Hanna Memorial
Harwich-Raleiah
Hiah Park
Ecole Hillcrest
Indian Creek
John N. Given
Kina Georae VI-Chatham
KinQ GeorQe VI-Sarnia
Kinnwood Central
Subtotal
# Students out
of Boundarv
5
8
2
33
0
2
13
13
5
20
0
15
0
26
11
6
5
3
33
21
6
0
37
8
10
7
3
292
Elementary Schools
#Students out
of Boundary
Zone Township
Subtotal
9
19
23
22
31
7
3
3
26
10
2
34
0
2
25
31
1
5
38
10
19
2
1
8
4
1
4
340
Grand Total Elementary
632
Lake road
Lambton Centennial
Lansdowne
London Road
McNaughton Avenue
Merlin Area
Mooretown
Naah ii Ridge (JK-6)
P.E. McGibbon
Queen Elizabeth 11-Chatham
Queen Elizabeth 11-Petrolia
Queen Elizabeth 11-Sarnia
Ridgetown DHS-Gr. 7 & 8
Riverview
Rosedale
Sir John Moore Commun ity
South Plympton Central
Tecumseh
Thamesville Area
Tilbury Area
Victor Lauriston
Wallaceburg DSS-Gr 7 & 8
WJ . Baird
Wheatley Area
Winston Churchill
Wyoming (Gr 4-8)
Secondary Schools
Alexander Mackenzie
Blenheim District H.S.
Chatham-Kent S.S.
John McGregor S.S.
Lambton Central C.V.I.
Lambton-Kent Composite
North Lambton S.S.
Northern C.l. & V. S.
Ridgetown District H.S.
# Students out
of Boundary
a..__
26
219
65
59
14
53
231
4
Sarnia Collegiate I. & T.S.
77
St. Clair S.S.
88
27
18
Tilbury D.H.S.
Wallaceburg D.S.S.
Grand Total Secondary
...,.. Not ApplicableProgram eligible
for students across
Sarnia-Lambton
881
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0
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Enrolment Projections
A.A Wright (JK~- 2013-14)
268
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SK-FDK
GR.1
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F.T.E.
308
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GR.1
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Aberarder Central
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Bosanquet Central
Oct.15Oct. 2011 j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 !
Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 j Proj. 2011 ! Proj. 2018
2014
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16
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22
31
32
24
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27
19
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199
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254
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18
24
20
22
20
31
25
15
29
17
20
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20
23
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30
31
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F.T.E.
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Bridgeview
Oct. 15! Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
Oct. 2011 Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013
2014
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13
14
14
13
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178
166
168
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168
170
169
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Bright's Grove
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Oct.15- I
! Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 ! Proj. 2017 I Proj. 2018
Oct. 2011 j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013
2014
I
30
30
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32
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29
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34
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39
29
43
52
33
31
27
42
32
48
50
32
32
35
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35
27
32
31
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53
33
31
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359
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SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
361
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334
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330
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337
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F.T.E.
JK
SK
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GR.8
SPEC.
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F.T.E.
APPENDIX F-2014 REPORT
4J
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Actuals and Projections
392
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
340
JK-FDK
SK..f'DK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
401
JK..f'DK
SK..f'DK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Brooke Centr I
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Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018
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277
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271
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252
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Colonel cameron
Oct. 15Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2011 1Proj. 2018
Oct. 2011 I Oct. 2012 !I Oct. 2013 1
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26
25
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D.A. Gordon
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26
15
20
25
22
16
24
18
26
18
12
19
12
20
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204
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SPEC.
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F.T.E.
294
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
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Totals
F.T.E.
243
JK..f'DK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
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SPEC .
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APPENDIX E-2014
Enrolment Projections
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Dawn-Euphemia
I Oct. 15Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013 1
Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2011 Proj. 2018
2014
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11
12
11
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F.T.E.
JK
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F.T.E.
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F.T.E.
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547
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
435
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
248
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Dresden Area Central
Oct. 15Pro]. 2015 j Pro]. 2016 Proj. 2017 1Pro]. 20181 351
Oct. 2011 Oct. 20121 Oct. 2013 j
2014
37
37
37
38
38
JK
37
31
i
35
38
39
40
40
SK
41
40
36
39
37
41
39
38
GR.1
40
37
36
35
40
36
41
39
36
40
41
39
GR.2
: 41 I 34
27
41
37
37
41
42
GR.3
38
38
25
42
36
37
41
GR.4
36
37
41
35
35
GR.5
37
40
22
43
40
38
40
36
GR.6
48
43
38
25
22
39
36
38
GR.7
44
37
50
43
45
22
39
39
GR.8
35
49
41
41
I
I
SPEC.
:
:
384
I 382 ; 373
3n
371
1 370
386
386
Totals
373.00
345.00
371 .00 ! 370.00
386.00
386.00 F.T.E.
3n.oo
382.00
Enrolment Projections
Errol Road
;
;
; Oct 15Pro]. 2015 ! Pro]. 2016 Proj. 2017 1Pro]. 2018
0ct. 2011 1Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 1
190
2014
32
39
31
41
40
42
JK-FDK
45
38
41
36
36
40
43
43
46
SK-FDK
49
32
41
52
38
40
46
GR.1
49
44
33
49
31
44
39
52
38
41
GR.2
34
35
GR.3
29
54
43
39
51
40
GR.4
28
35
41
37
53
43
38
51
GR.5
39
41
31
38
35
52
44
36
GR.6
43
42
37
33
52
42
42
32
GR.7
42
30
34
33
52
36
43
39
GR.8
37
39
41
30
34
35
34
47
SPEC.
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Totals
390
379
408
414
412
423
438
422
353.50
367.50
414.00
412.00
423.00
438.00 F.T.E.
336.50
422.00
Enrolment Projections
Grand Bend
I
j
I
I
i
i
i
!
Oct. 2011
I
I
Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 !
Oct 15-
16
26
15
21
31
14
15
16
21
15
22
17
25
17
25
30
14
18
15
19
20
23
19
29
16
26
32
15
20
17
2014
10
20
19
21
27
17
22
32
16
18
190
169.00
202
217
217.00
202
202.00
182.50
I
t
i
I
I
! Pro]. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 20181 384
16
18
16
16
JK
12
18
18
18
SK
22
14
17
17
GR.1
19
24
14
17
GR.2
20
19
24
13
GR.3
26
21
17
24
GR.4
17
25
20
18
GR.5
24
16
27
20
GR.6
32
23
16
27
GR.7
14
30
23
16
GR.8
SPEC.
202
i
Totals
208
192
186
208.00
192.00
186.00 *F.T.E.
202.00
I
Oct. 2011
18
14
24
18
19
27
32
22
18
25
217
201.00
Oct. 2011
11
16
12
23
18
22
22
13
23
26
186
172.50
Oct. 2011
20
18
34
28
26
14
33
28
38
38
2n
258.00
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Enrolment Projections
East Lambton Elementary School
Oct.15I
1I Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013 1
Proj. 2015 j Proj. 2016 1Pro]. 2011 1Pro]. 2018
2014
I
16
,
29
21
20
I
20
20
IJK
21
;
21
22
22
23
SK
16
26
25
26
GR.1
26
18
23
1 23
21
1 14
I
22
I
14
19
26
I
21
23
GR.2
24
I
16
I
25
19
27
21
23
GR.3
17
19
14
GR.4
23
15
22
1
21
21
I
I
GR.5
18
16
23
15
1
22
19
24
I
31
I
GR.6
21
16
24
I
14
22
16
II
20
GR.7
30
16
15
1 23
15
21
I
I
II
19
I
GR.8
19
28
21
16
1
15
22
!
SPEC.
:
206
212
210
201
202
208
213
!Totals
213.00 F.T.E.
201.00
202.00 ! 208.00
185.50
212.00
210.00
Enrolment Projections
Errol Vill019_e
i
i
i
'
i
• Oct 15- i
j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 j 2014 1Pro]. 2015 j Pro]. 2016 j Pro]. 2017 j Pro]. 2018
17
;
13
14
11
10
I
11
11
JK
19
16
15
13
12
13
SK
12
19
14
14
13
12
GR.1
16
1 12
14
18
13
16
13
GR.2
13
I
15
16
18
12
15
GR.3
18
23
12
17
14
18
12
GR.4
12
17
24
11
18
13
17
GR.5
23
20
16
21
14
18
13
GR.6
16
21
20
23
14
19
GR.7
18
17
13
22
18
24
14
GR.8
20
22
22
15
SPEC.
174
1
168
155
151
139
Totals
172
160
1
174.00 i 168.00
172.00
160.00 i 156.00 i 151.00
139.00 F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
G rE!g<>ly_Drive
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j
I
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:
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1
20
23
18
37
29
26
16
35
30
39
273
251.50
:
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I
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;
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!
I
II
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33
25
26
22
35
28
24
20
32
31
13
37
34
28
27
38
28
22
20
276
276.oo
276
276.00
29
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;
j
1
;
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I
I
I
I
I
22
25
16
37
34
25
26
38
27
22
21
27
20
35
31
25
25
35
28
26
20
23
29
21
36
33
24
25
34
29
21
23
25
29
21
36
33
24
26
34
271
271.00
274
274.00
274
274.00
272
272.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
~~
Totals
F.T.E.
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Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Actuals and Projections
271
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
559
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.B
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
H. W. Burgess (JK-6- September 2014)
I Oct. 150ct. 2011 Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013:
Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 Proj. 20181 374
2014
21
;
21
18
18
21
21
21
I
21
JK-FDK
I
23
21
25
22
23
24
23
23
SK-FDK
27
23
20
24
23
24
24
GR.1
23
25
•
23
30
28
21
24
23
24
GR.2
24
21
22
22
24
22
GR.3
28
28
22
I
29
23
25
28
23
20
24
GR.4
19
23
19
31
30
23
20
GR.5
29
24
18
22
26
31
29
29
25
GR.6
27
22
22
GR.7
19
22
26
GR.B
SPEC.
232
2XT
I
201
199
196
187
183
Totals
228
210.50
2XT.OO
228.00 : 201 .00
199.00
196.00
187.00
183.00 F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Harwich-Raleigh
Oct. 15- '
'
Oct. 2011 1' Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 !
! Proj. 2015 !! Proj. 2016 Ij Proj. 2011 1
Proj. 20181 550
I
I
2014
40
I
35
28
32
30
30
30
!
32
JK
4o
37
46
29
34
32
32
32
SK
35
31
35
33
30
GR. 1
46
37
39
47
I
40
46
42
33
32
35
31
GR.2
49
36
40
33
32
35
GR.3
49
43
43
39
31
32
GR.4
35
48
!
5o
48
56
1 47
42
37
44
39
32
GR.5
46
44
36
44
39
GR.6
44
46
51
50
49
1
40
49
45
43
36
42
GR.7
48
48
45
44
41
37
GR.B
56
1 47
44
SPEC.
445
417
402
382
368
363
342
Totals
476
433.00 I 407.50
384.50
402.00
382.00
368.00
353.00
342.00 F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Ecole Hillcrest (Single Track Fl JK-6 2011)
l
I
i
!
I
I
!
i
i
i
I
245
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.B
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
j
I
I
I
t
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35
8
40
26
29
17
16
15
8
7
201
179.50
35
i
15
34
I
36
l
37
9
10
36
26
I
I
30
j
17
16
15
5
I
224
189.50
I
!
I
I
I
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35
25
29
16
17
14
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2
33
17
39
36
10
34
25
28
15
17
iI Proj. 2015 i Proj. 2016 i Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 20181624
t
i
28
i
30
!
33
I
l
18
39
29
31
18
37
33
8
33
24
27
I
I
j
I
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I
I
34
10
33
24
27
13
I
233
233.00
254
254.00
I
!
I
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I
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I
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I
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i
31
28
32
29
27
18
35
31
8
30
I
269
269.00
'I
270
270.00
,
i
Enrolment Projections
Hanna Memorial
Oct 15- '
'
·
·
Oct. 2011 Oct. 2012 1Oct. 2013 1
j Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
2014
22
23
21
18
21
I
21
I
28
20
20
31
24
21
18
21
20
21
28
26
22
18
19
30
18
1 19
20
26
I
18
21
22
30
26
21
15
21
20
22
29
25
17
27
23
22
18
21
30
27
14
19
21
17
21
17
26
26
22
1 16
26
20
17
16
19
25
26
I
26
20
27
22
30
14
23
27
24
20
25
28
14
19
25
17
21
20
20
20
20
239
251
246
236
240
241
231
!
245
218.00
251.00
246.00
236.00
240.00
241.00
231.00 : 245.00
Enrolment Projections
High Park
'
I
! Oct. 15Proj. 2015 1 Proj. 2016 j Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
Oct. 2011 j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 j
I
I
I
1
2014
55
49
1
58
52
52
52
I
52
45
47
54
54
:
54
62
49
1
48
58
48
61
43
47
46
55
53
56
45
47
43
I
54
45
56
47
55
43
41
39
45
39
43
53
44
43
42
42
52
39
42
1
4o
34
39
44
42
39
31
36
32
!
40
33
39
44
40
34
1
30
37
26
22
18
26
23
15
26
21
32
22
15
22
18
25
33
31
1 33
j
!
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263
263.00
269
269.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Page 4
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I
411
362.oo
406
347.5o
33
39
42
47
50
34
1
I
51
30
37
46
46
50
49
58
49
64
20
35
52
6o
45
485
470
429.50
449.00
423
37o.oo
380
391
380.00
391 .00
Enrolment Projections
Indian Creek Road
l Oct. 2012 l Oct. 2013 l
I
Oct. 2011
iI
1s
I
i
i
1
I
:
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1
I
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41
60
34
43
50
50
55
34
60
59
15
601
601.00
0
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42
55
32
46
48
54
58
39
57
18
489
489.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.B
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
i
!
I
28
31
29
28
18
35
33
8
32
21
APPENDIX E-2014
416
416.00
433
433.00
437
437.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.B
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
j Proj. 2015 j Proj. 2016 l Proj. 2017 j Proj. 2018
41
43
44
55
34
46
48
54
58
38
15
476
476.00
41
41
44
45
45
44
45
45
55
I
57
33
I
I
34
48
I
48
47
I
47
53
53
56
15
15
I
481
I 473
481 .00 I 473.00
I
I
43
II
i
41
43
45
45
44
45
56
36
52
48
15
470
470.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APPE NDIX F-2014 REPORT
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-1::.
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Actuals and Projections
337
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
360
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
383
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
John N. Given
,
,
, Oct. 15- I
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.
•
;
Oct. 2011 j Oct 2012 ! Oct. 2013 j
1 Proj. 2015 Pro). 2016 ! Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018 1326
2014
24
24
17
I
14
15
I
20
20
20
JK
25
23
21
20
16
17
20
20
SK
21
21
16
21
21
GR.1
25
20
20
22
17
25
19
21
22
17
21
GR.2
19
21
20
19
GR.3
24
25
16
26
24
19
21
20
GR.4
28
25
25
18
18
25
20
19
GR.5
20
16
25
28
22
18
25
20
GR.6
14
17
27
23
53
51
52
58
GR.7
50
34
43
47
48
51
49
53
GR.8
44
49
48
36
SPEC.
272
263
258
252
257
260
265
271
Totals
247.50
239.50
239.00
252.00
257.00
260.00
265.00
271.00 *F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
King George VI-Sarnia
I
!
!
Oct. 15- I
Oct. 2011 Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 !
1Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 Proj. 2011 1Proj. 2018 1314
2014
33
i 21
24
25
25
25
25
JK
25
28
27
25
25
SK
1
29
22
21
26
24
I
18
35
22
25
28
29
27
GR.1
38
23
24
29
31
GR.2
30
2s
21
33
I
31
26
37
23
24
30
GR.3
23
30
29
33
24
36
23
22
GR.4
27
29
22
34
22
GR.5
38
30
38
1
33
31
I
35
33
36
29
22
34
GR.6
30
29
32
42
36
29
36
28
22
GR.7
41
36
28
35
28
GR.8
24
32
35
SPEC.
277
297
306
266
Totals
305
292
278
274
252.00
297.00
306.00
277.50
292.00
278.00
274.00
266.00 F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Lake road
'
'
i Oct 15Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 Proj. 20171 Proj. 20181 346
0ct. 2011 Oct. 2012 1 Oct. 2013 1 2014
21
18
12
JK
15
15
9
15
15
II
15
18
15
21
SK
15
15
I
11
11
14
8
17
22
16
GR.1
16
12
17
I
I
12
22
8
19
21
17
GR.2
14
18
I
I
19
GR.3
8
22
12
18
14
22
11
I
25
20
10
26
9
13
GR.4
18
18
16
19
23
12
GR.5
25
23
9
20
II
26
20
22
9
24
GR.6
17
24
13
I
23
26
21
24
22
13
17
GR.7
10
I
24
21
13
25
19
22
22
11
GR.8
I
I
SPEC.
189
183
161
162
.
189
163
163
164
Totals
I
I
163.00
163.00
164.00 *F.T.E.
161 .00
162.00
165.00 _l_ 169.50 l 189.00
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Enrolment Projections
King George VI-Chatham
Oct.15Proj. 2015 j Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018
Oct. 2011J *Oct. 2012 1 Oct. 2013
2014
28
22
23
28
27
I
25
25
26
27
28
23
33
j
30
25
25
30
27
25
26
34
31
31
28
27
25
36
28
40
29
I 29
31
28
27
39
25
42
25
30
29
33
36
40
22
42
26
26
30
29
42
21
38
22
35
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24
26
30
25
40
28
20
36
35
25
25
25
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38
27
39
31
32
23
31
28
33
25
26
41
38
38
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295
272.50
Oct. 2011
28
25
25
24
30
26
33
24
27
29
271
244.50
Oct. 2011
19
21
24
17
28
29
29
30
26
24
247
227.00
I
309
295
298
288
309.00 l 296.00
298.00
288.00
Enrolment Projections
Kinnwood Central
I
I
Oct 15 !
I
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I
- Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2011 1Proj. 2018
Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013
2014
25
28
25
25
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27
29
27
33
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31
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28
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29
24
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26
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28
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293
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304
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306
306.00
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272
264
212
264.00 ! 272.00
272.00
Enrolment Projections
Lambton Central Centennial
Oct.15Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018
Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 1
Oct. 2012 1Oct. 2013 1
I
I
2014
18
18
18
18
18
17
15
18
16
18
15
21
20
19
20
15
17
20
18
21
19
19
20
17
23
20
19
21
19
19
18
17
22
20
20
19
28
18
21
18
21
19
19
30
24
19
22
19
21
29
28
17
23
19
22
25
29
28
26
16
22
20
27
30
25
16
22
25
27
26
269
241 .50
270
243.50
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
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SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
275
i 2n.oo
! 275.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
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SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
I
242
222.50
221
221 .00
214
214.00
202
202.00
194
194.00
188
188.00
192
192.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
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GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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386
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
789
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
258
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Lansdowne
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~
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!
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Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018
1265
2014
36
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31
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28
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29
31
32
31
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37
32
36
35
32
31
31
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40
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33
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31
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348
308
329
325
319
314
314
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314
329.00 ! 325.00
319.00
314.00
314.00 F.T.E.
311.50
314.00 ! 308.00
Enrolment Projections
McNaughton Avenue
i
i Oct 15- i
i
i
i
Oct. 2011 Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 j
1Proj. 2015 j Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018 1291
2014
73
86
84
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81
79
80
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82
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84
76
84
82
87
81
79
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63
67
68
79
80
85
81
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63
78
73
78
80
83
GR.3
69
63
73
69
48
74
68
60
71
69
75
78
GR.4
69
46
72
65
59
69
67
73
GR.5
54
71
62
57
69
67
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66
46
40
32
24
29
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38
36
24
45
56
42
39
38
22
40
32
24
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630
671
Totals
658
655
672
674
647
647
671.00 F.T.E.
564.50
562.50
658.00
655.00
672.00
674.00
552.50
Enrolment Projections
Mooretown-Courtrig_ht
i
I
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0-t ! Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 20181 435
2 4
14
10
11
11
11
11
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13
12
14
11
11
11
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12
13
11
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10
12
14
12
11
12
12
12
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15
10
13
16
12
11
12
12
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7
14
12
13
12
15
10
11
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15
9
12
12
16
11
10
11
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16
12
11
10
10
13
10
12
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10
11
12
14
9
12
9
16
GR.7
13
8
14
10
20
15
9
11
16
15
12
9
9
GR.8
13
14
9
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133
121
115
119
121
116
117
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133.00
121.00
116.00
119.00
121 .00
116.00
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London Road
Oct 15- '
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2014
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18
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16
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17
16
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23
12
13
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19
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22
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18
20
14
12
21
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17
14
19
20
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12
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19
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175
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171
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162
171.00 ! 166.00 ! 162.00
Enrolment Projections
Merlin Area
165
165.00
Oct. 2011 1 Oct. 2012 1Oct. 2013
19
I
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28
19
17
19
14
22
23
14
20
23
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153
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16
13
22
23
17
17
12
13
19
18
12
19
21
19
17
14
13
18
18
15
158
158.00
15
16
12
21
20
19
17
12
12
19
11
15
17
12
19
21
19
16
12
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15
12
15
15
11
19
21
18
16
13
15
15
12
15
14
11
18
21
18
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I
166
185
:
186.00 ! 166.00
166
155
155
169
163
169.00
163.00
166.00
155.00
155.00
Enrolment Projections
Naahll Ridge Public School JK to Grade 6 (2011)
,
i
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Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018
2014
16
27
27
27
27
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25
32
37
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35
29
29
30
30
31
26
44
40
47
41
43
37
39
26
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47
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34
41
42
35
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39
42
25
47
36
38
44
36
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39
43
56
40
27
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36
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40
39
39
43
26
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35
48
53
175.50
296
306
306.00
298
298.00
i
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298
298.00
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GR.1
GR.2
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GR.4
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F.T.E.
I
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269.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
301
301.00
292
292.00
300
300.00
293
293.00
JK
SK
GR. 1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Actuals and Projections
518
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
397
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
92
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
P.E. McGibbon Public School (2010)
Oct. 15Oct. 2011 j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 j
iI Pro]. 2015 1I Proj. 2016 I Proj. 2017 I Proj. 2018
I
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60
57
55
41
50
51
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59
63
61
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65
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52
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Queen Elizabeth ll..f'etrolia (JK-8 Regular Program -2011)
I
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Oct. 201 1 ! Oct. 2012 1 Oct. 2013 j
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35
25
31
26
32
30
30
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Queen Elizabeth 11-Chatham
405
JK
SK
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GR.2
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GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
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Totals
F.T.E.
427
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
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SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
324
347
346
334
338
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347.00 ' 346.00
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Ridgetown DH5-Gr. 7 & 8 (2011 )
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Oct.15Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2011 1Proj. 2018 254
Oct. 2011 I Oct. 2012 I Oct. 2013 1
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83
91
104
87
73
71
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94
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83.00
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Queen Elizabeth li-5arnia
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Enrolment Projections
Riverview Central
Oct. 15Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
Oct. 2011 Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013
2014
I
I
15
15
20
15
17
15
13
8
17
20
18
18
10
17
18
22
17
18
16
20
18
18
22
11
11
16
24
16
18
20
17
23
22
11
16
27
15
18
18
17
16
26
15
19
17
22
20
14
16
26
16
19
16
14
19
19
16
21
17
18
26
16
22
17
17
25
17
21
22
20
18
19
22
17
25
17
28
21
20
20
356
366.00
352
362.00
349
349.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
j
I
192
175.50
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
192
174.50
185
166.00
187
187.00
182
182.00
1n
1n.oo
178
178.00
170
170.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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481
JK-FDK
SK.f'DK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
144
JK-FDK
SK.f'DK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Rosedale
;
;
1 Oct. 15Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 j Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018
0ct. 2011 1 Oct. 2012 1 Oct. 2013 I
1472
2014
~
I
~
I ~
~
WK
36
42
36
38
SK
46
32
42
40
41
43
42
43
GR.1
36
44
32
39
40
43
45
42
42
33
41
39
I
45
I
43
43
GR.2
40
34
:
42
:
44
43
42
GR.3
44
41
43
45
34
42
44
GR.4
44
45
46
45
I
I
GR.5
46
46
39
53
47
1
45
1
33
46
GR.6
60
39
52
47
54
I
48
I
47
33
GR.7
40
64
39
55
47
55
48
49
55
II
45
II
56
48
GR.8
44
42
66
43
I
I
SPEC.
l
:
430
436
442
436
448
1 440
1 440
431
~Totals
430.00
435.00
442.00
436.00
448.00 ! 440.00 ! 440.00
431.00
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
South P_lyttlJ)ton
i
i
i Oct 15Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 Proj. 2011 1 Proj. 2018
0ct. 2011 1Oct. 2012 1 Oct. 2013 1
1574
2014
26
22
19
20
~.f'~
17
20
I
21
21
21
SK-FDK
24
16
25
23
16
23
25
20
19
23
GR.1
27
27
21
19
GR.2
23
24
29
28
24
16
17
24
24
21
GR.3
17
30
29
24
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
*SPEC.
114
127
116
i 105 1 105
109
105
104
Totals
109.00
105.00
104.00 I*F.T.E.
93.50
127.00
116.00 i 105.00 i 105.00
Enrolment Projections
Thamesville Area
I
I
i
i
I
I
i
i
I
j
w
'
199
JK.f'DK
SK.f'DK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
I
I
I
Oct. 2011 j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 j
11
17
15
14
15
14
21
17
10
19
153
139.00
20
15
17
15
17
15
15
19
17
9
169
169.00
13
23
15
17
16
19
17
16
18
15
169
169.00
Oct 152014
14
13
20
13
16
13
16
17
15
19
156
156.00
;
w
w
i Proj. 2015 i Proj. 2016 i Proj. 2017 i Proj. 2018 1409
I
t
I
14
15
14
20
15
15
14
18
14
13
152
152.00
15
17
15
14
22
11
17
15
17
16
169
159.00
I
15
16
18
15
14
21
12
17
15
15
168
168.00
15
16
16
18
13
14
20
12
17
16
157
157.00
JK.f'DK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
'*SPEC.
Totals
I*F.T.E.
APPENDIX E-2014
Enrolment Projections
Sir John Moore
Oct.15- 1
Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2011 j Pro]. 2018
Oct. 2011 Oct. 2012 1 Oct. 2013
2014
1
I
I
,
43
32
29
38
38
39
35
37
44
33
53
45
42
42
41
43
39
41
39
54
~
44
42
43
I
44
40
46
44
39
51
42
44
II
41
52
51
41
47
42
39
53
II
54
49
41
50
42
36
52
34
41
50
41
36
53
48
42
35
47
41
49
41
36
55
42
38
54
44
39
49
33
38
49
39
35
55
44
41
38
40
48
49
i
j
I
:
427
389.00
Oct. 2011
I:
;
i
I
I
424
441
446
448
423
424.00
446.00
448.00
423.00
441.00
Enrolment Projections
Tecumseh
15• i p · 2015 ! p . 2016 ! P . 2017 l p . 2018
Oct. 2012 '~ Oct. 2013 1 Oct.
2014
I roJ.
I roJ.
I roJ.
I roJ.
I
420
382.00
417
381.00
1
33
31
37
35
32
45
42
36
36
38
36
42
34
35
49
47
45
38
41
43
36
30
39
25
36
49
47
46
2
6
8
367
335.00
Oct. 2011
46
35
41
45
47
31
38
37
40
35
5
400
400.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
38
~
410
410.00
400
400.00
30
43
35
51
36
43
43
48
37
37
36
42
2
419
419.00
28
33
30
30
30
32
a
43
~
~
35
~
~
35
~
~
35
39
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35
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~
38
39
~
38
~
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~
30
G
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33
39
33
~
30
39
35
~
30
5
353
353.00
5
354
354.00
39
5
367
357.00
44
~
7
5
383
372
383.00
372.00
Enrolment Projections
Tilbury Area
l Oct. 2012 1Oct. 2013 1
44
30
35
0
~~1~5-
IProj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2011 1Proj. 2018
32
44
51
31
40
47
49
41
39
38
34
31
44
48
31
43
49
52
44
40
37
37
31
44
46
33
42
47
51
44
4
4
5
5
5
5
420
420.00
417
417.00
410
410.00
404
404.00
398
416
416.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
30
~
36
31
46
48
33
42
50
49
38
32
42
38
29
46
45
35
42
52
38
~
34
39
38
31
46
45
38
44
398.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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Enrolment Projections
Victor Lauriston
491
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
291
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
383
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC*
Totals
F.T.E.
i Oct. 2013
Oct. 2011 'I Oct. 2012 1
iI
!Proj . 2015 1Proj. 2016 1ProJ. 2017 IProJ. 2018 1115
30
31
19
Oct. 152014
I
23
46
36
40
39
30
38
!
29
30
30
47
31
41
29
46
28
I
38
33
41
38
~
~
42
41
37
37
38
39
38
35
38
38
44
38
386
386.00
371
371 .00
i
I
I
0
0
30
27
34
27
39
33
35
31
27
37
~
~
~
38
3
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36
36
36
44
26
37
36
34
39
24
37
36
31
40
25
37
34
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
I
35
29
28
27
32
35
34
29
32
~
26
!
0-!
23
26
31
35
32
a
v
23
22
~
~
~
3
23
8
278
253.50
27
8
300
272.00
j
19
17
30
26
28
~
~
30
30
25
28
20
16
27
20
26
~
v
18
9
247
247.00
20
5
243
243.00
~
a
25
11
270
252.00
31
17
16
30
22
v
~
25
26
28
21
15
a
19
a
30
22
5
243
243.00
25
25
27
24
26
20
15
26
20
28
30
29
24
24
20
14
24
18
28
5
5
246
246.00
237
237.00
~
Enrolment Projections
Wallaceburg DSS-Gr. 7 & 8 (September 2014)
15
Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 1 c t. " Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2011 ! Proj. 2018
2014
f
I
!
t
t
°
!
!
I
1
1
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
358
342
331
327
1
322
317
358.00
342.00
331.00 i 327.00 I 322.00
317.00
Enrolment Projections
W.J. Baird
j
j
i Oct 15- i
i
i
i
Oct. 2011 I Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 1
I Proj. 2015 I Proj. 2016 1Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018 1357
·
I
I
I
f
I
I
I
201 4
25
15
18
18
21
18
17
18
JK
22
20
21
25
18
19
20
20
SK
21
18
23
25
22
21
19
18
GR.1
24
24
20
16
19
23
21
21
GR.2
24
15
16
20
24
20
20
19
GR.3
23
32
18
17
20
25
15
23
GR.4
17
19
16
23
25
17
23
30
GR.5
19
21
27
15
19
22
25
24
GR.6
21
21
17
29
17
19
21
22
GR.7
29
22
20
19
29
17
20
23
GR.8
SPEC.
210
227
203
202
208
210
206
204
Totals
184.50
208.00
210.00
204.00 F.T.E.
203.50
202.00 i 206.00
190.00
Enrolment Projections
Winston Churchill
I
i
i
i Qct 15- i
I
Oct. 2011 I Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 j
j Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 i Proj. 20181 21 9
2 4
25
31
34
44
27
Oct. 2011
1
APPENDIX E-2014
IJK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
64
69
Oct. 2011
I
I
68
63
59
71
67
62
i
I
63
69
131
133
129
i 132
130
I
131.00 i 130.00 : 129.00 I 132.00
133.00
Enrolment Projections
Wheatley
15• i p · 2015 l p . 2016 i P . 2017 i p . 2018
Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 1 Oct.
2014
I roJ .
I roJ.
I roJ.
I roJ.
I
I
23
18
17
23
25
30
29
40
34
38
18
23
18
13
20
24
29
29
38
33
22
17
24
18
14
20
26
28
26
39
18
22
19
24
19
19
23
30
25
27
2n
245
245.00
234
234.00
226.00
226
20
20
23
19
24
19
18
23
30
26
20
20
21
19
24
18
24
18
17
22
20
20
21
24
19
26
17
17
22
29
20
19
21
21
19
22
18
24
20
17
222
215
203
201
222.00
201.00
215.00
203.00
Enrolment Projections
Wyoming
I
I
I
I
I
I
Oct. 15Oct. 2011 j Oct. 2012 j Oct. 2013 !
Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 ! Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018
2014
2n.OO
i
!
I
I
I
22
29
23
26
30
15
145
145.00
17
23
30
21
27
16
134
134.00
29
15
24
29
24
14
135
135.00
I
l!
I
!
:
l
30
29
18
23
32
9
141
141.00
23
30
30
18
23
11
135
135.00
17
25
23
17
28
23
28
29
i
29
21
8
8
I
130
126
126.00 j_ 130.00
!
!
24
26
19
23
30
8
130
130.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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219
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC
Totals
F.T.E.
APPENDIX E-2014
Enrolment Projections
Zone Township
I
0
Oct. 15• I
Oct. 2011 I Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013
1 Proj. 2015 1Proj. 2016 !Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
2014
l
l
11
8
13
11
11
11
11
14
I
I
I
I
I
I
16
12
10
14
13
11
11
15
II
10
13
16
12
10
14
13
11
I
18
11
12
16
13
10
14
13
I
I
I
12
18
12
14
16
14
10
15
I
17
11
16
12
14
14
12
10
II
22
16
12
18
14
14
14
12
II
21
22
13
13
18
13
14
13
22
20
23
13
12
17
13
14
I
17
24
19
23
13
12
16
13
I
I
I
!
II
168
168.00
I
I
!
162
162.00
143
143.00
144
144.00
I
i
135
135.00
132
132.00
128
128.00
123
123.00
Elementary Enrolment Projections by Grade Level
19,199
i
Grade
JK
SK
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
*SPEC.
Totals
GSNF.T.E.
FDKGRAN
i
~
Oct. 2011 ! Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013 !
1081
1138
308
335
1422
1541
1433
1443
1573
1488
1531
1646
98
15,037
13.606.00
321 .50
!
Oct 15· ;
2014
432
778
415
844
606
920
1326
626
1044
1426
1479
1490
1468
1438
1464
1489
1533
1423
1465
1433
1529
1434
1432
1417
1519
1569
1433
1435
1487
1581
1443
1525
1493
1578
98
95
88
14,847
14,736
14,671
13.420.50 13.329.50 14.671.00
615.50
982.00 '
t
i
j
1Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 ! Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018
1344
1323
1329
1338
1390
1399
1417
1419
1421
1458
1449
1452
1465
1460
1436
1448
1463
1468
1442
1426
1465
1461
1443
1439
1425
1448
1441
1439
1509
1416
1453
1437
1420
1443
1415
1491
1444
1392
1487
1439
83
83
83
86
14,491
14,410
14,376
14,312
14.491.00 14.410.00 14.376.00 14.312.00
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816
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1470
Gr.9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1218
Gr.9
Gr.10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Oct. 2011
!! Oct. 2012 !
115
77
129
167
19
507
507.00
122
117
83
164
21
507
506.50
Oct. 2011
Oct. 2012
226
263
226
341
24
1080
1080.00
255
229
258
325
27
1094
1092.00
'
Oct. 2011 ~ Oct. 2012
218
I 201
224
iI
223
I
232
209
I
334
1 288
!
18
18
1026
939
1026.00 I 939.00
i
!
705
Gr.9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
495
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Alexander Mackenzie S. S.
Oct.15Oct. 2013 !
! Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 ! Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018
!
I
f
I
!
!
2014
I
I
I
I
99
84
108
105
103
100
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
II
120
107
90
111
104
104
:
: 116
I
I
119
105
93
107
102
I
I
: 143
I
175
171
154
;
;
143
156
I
I
I
I
22
16
18
18
20
20
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
500
501
492
481
I
477
482
I
I
I
I
I
498.63
500.50
490.00
479.00
475.00 I 481 .00
Enrolment Projections
Chatham Kent Secondary School
i
i Oct. 15Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
! Oct. 2013 1
2014
I
I
234
266
248
226
221
229
I
I
I
255
243
245
228
225
270
I
I
232
I
I
239
264
232
223
265
iI 369
344
iI 356
333
349
312
20
18
20
22
20
15
l
1133
1110
1131
1088 ;
1052
1009
! 1107.00
1126.25 ' 1125.00
1043.50 : 1001.00
1082.50
Enro ment Projections
Lambton Central C.V.I.
I
Oct.15- I
Oct. 2013
Proj. 2015 !' Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018
2014
208
198
! 165 IIi 201 IIj 161 II 182
212
I
209
168
I
204
166
185
I
I
II
217
207
202
164
''
'; 207 i 165
!
254
255
246
248
205
242
;
I
I
I
!
20
23
18
:' 20 II 20 I 20
911
859
842
807
I
'I 798 II 775
836.00
904.25 ! 853.75
793.00
770.50
802.50
Enrolment Projections
North Lambton S.S.
I
I
0
Oct. 15- 0
Oct. 2013 II
' Proj. 2015 j Proj. 2016 l Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
2014
I
116
108
117
112
100
104
I
I
I
119
113
105
115
11 1
102
I
105
114
109
107
110
107
I
l
192
169
168
173
169
163
I
8
7
8
8
10
10
II
I
540
511
507
515
500
486
I
538.25 I 509.75
505.00
512.00
497.50
483.00
Enrolment Projections
Ridgetown District H.S.
Oct. 15Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
Oct. 2013
2014
51
44
51
46
45
46
51
50
44
53
47
45
56
50
48
48
51
45
86
76
68
66
64
65
Oct. 2011
i Oct. 2012
100
120
118
189
10
537
537.00
118
102
119
169
9
517
516.50
Oct. 2011
Oct. 2012
61
67
49
93
60
62
70
67
270
269.50
259
257.50
!
I
i
.
.
!
834
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
!
!
.i
.
!
..
..
'
738
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
i
.
'
.
!
!'
!'
.
.i'
..!
!
i
.'
'
!
'
.
244
242.75
220
218.25
211
209.00
213
211 .()0
207
~04 .00
201
200.00
714
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1407
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1050
Gr.9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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Oct. 2011
72
85
85
219
7
468
466.25
Oct. 2011
182
191
181
264
14
832
832.00
Oct. 2011
75
85
75
112
347
346.50
Oct. 2011
265
228
298
329
19
1139
1128.00
Oct. 2011
139
174
217
231
8
769
769.00
APPENDIX E-2014
Enrolment Projections
Blenheim District High School
15II Oct. 2011 I! Oct. 2013 !I Oct.
Proj. 2015 !I Proj. 2016 !I Proj. 2017 !I Proj. 2018
I
2014
I
I
I
I
I
I
72
64
63
67
77
61
65
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
II
II
I
I
85
95
62
66
65
74
63
I
I
I
I
I
I
85
80
91
62
69
62
76
I
I
I
I
;
219
147
136
151
125
131
122
I
I
I
I
I
7
7
8
8
7
7
7
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
468
393
360
354
343
335
333
I
I
I
I
I
I
466.25 I 392.50 I 356.75 ' 352.00 ' 340.50 I 331 .00
330.50
Enrolment Projections
John McGregor Secondary School
Oct. 15Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013 !
Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 ! Proj. 2018
2014
I
I
I
I
I
177
144
122
138
115
110
129
I
I
I
I
I
I
183
123
143
117
108
180
145
I
I
I
I
I
;
190
182
I
166
I
141
125
140
112
I
I
I
I
I
I
260
i 212 II 219 ii 201 Ii 183 II 164 II 175
i
I
I
I
14
11
12
12
10
10
10
I
I
I
I
I
I
: 576 : 543 : 536
824
662
613
: 729
821.25 ! 721 .50 : 656.50
610.00
571 .50
541.50 II 532.00
Enrolment Projections
Lambton-Kent Composite School
I
I
Oct. 15Oct. 2012 ! Oct. 2013
! Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 1Proj . 2017 ! Proj. 2018
2014
j
i
I
73
68
82
70
60
60
67
II
I
I'
I
II
I
66
77
68
80
72
58
59
I
'I
I
II
II
87
65
70
65
76
69
55
: 85
I
I
;
94
101
76
77
90
87
;
I
!
!
I
I
:
I
I
320
311
296
300
285
268
277
I
I
I
I
320.00
293.00 I 297.00
283.00 I 275.00
266.50
' 308.50
'
Enrolment Projections
Northern C. I. & V.S.
Oct. 15Oct. 2012 I Oct. 2013
Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
2014
l
I
I
239
215
252
244
240
I
: 243 : 225
I
I
237
283
258
219
256
247
230
I
I
231
239
280
248
224
252
227
I
I
I
352
304
334
298
281
295
: 292
i
I;
I
I
17
18
19
20
17
18
17
I
I
I
I
1122 I
1063
1070
1039 I
1042 I 1025
1010
1109.00 l 1052.25
1057.75
1029.50 l 1030.50 i 1017.50
999.00
Enrolment rejections
Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School
Oct. 15Proj. 2015 Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013
2014
138
119
112
127
127
121
132
139
143
119
110
130
125
115
129
123
113
134
166
150
159
159
151
169
280
231
170
199
10
10
8
10
10
9
10
539
541
557
733
653
565
569
537.50
565.5()
534.50
554.00
561 .25
729.75
649.25
i
!
;
.
.
..
.
..i'
i
'
..
.'
.
i
'
i
i
.
..
:
.;
.
.'
'
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.'
i
.
i
!
'
.
.
..'
;.
i
I
i
i
..!
.
.
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
'
.
.
!'
'
i
i
i'
.
.
i
'
'
'
i
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Gr.9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APPENDIX F-2014 REPORT
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Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Actuals and Projections
Enrolment Projections
St. Clair S.S.
i
1197
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
i
Oct. 2011 1Oct. 2012 1Oct. 2013
164
179
163
246
10
762
751.25
0
IProj. 2015
138
153
120
145
I
I
I
I
I;
I
I
135
143
124
182
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
179
135
145
200
I
I
I
!I
232
244
233
183
i
I
10
7
5
6
I
I
II
I
762
718
636
603
i;
I
753.25 •I 715.50
632.75 I 600.00
Enro ment Projections
Wallaceburg D.S.S.
!
i
!
i
Oct. 2011 I Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013 I
I
I
174
157
186
249
22
788
787.50
5
~~1 ~ -
I
I
1185
Gr.9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
I
1
I
164
171
153
261
21
770
766.00
148
156
156
212
21
693
683.00
0
~~1 ~5 -
152
150
154
227
21
704
697.50
Proj. 2016 I Proj. 2017 1Proj. 2018 525
132
134
133
Gr. 9
149
130
136
Gr. 10
121
145
126
Gr. 11
194
192
Gr.12
166
7
SPEC.
8
8
603
583
595
Totals
601.50
579.00
591.50 F.T.E.
!Proj. 2015 iProj. 2016 1Proj. 2017
145
152
148
205
20
670
665.00
139
144
147
193
20
643
640.00
145
137
141
199
20
642
638.00
Oct. 2011
I
!
65
70
68
99
302
302.00
APPENDIX E-2014
Enrolment Projections
Tilbury District H.S.
Oct. 15Oct. 2012 Oct. 2013
Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 ! Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
2014
!
!
!
60
70
69
76
62
60
65
71
68
99
68
72
59
59
67
69
70
93
65
60
60
96
87
86
113
85
83
88
I
303
302.50
I
301
292.25
316
314.50
'
317
314.00
312
309.00
264
261 .00
267
265.00
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj. 2018
148
142
133
191
20
634
629.00
Secondary Enrolment Projections by Grade Level
12354
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
I
I
I Oct. 15Oct. 2011 1 Oct. 2012 : Oct. 2013 1
2014
1856
1630
1826
1695
1920
1913
1869
1723
2027
1918
1887
1848
2873
2807
2571
2501
151
154
131
144
8,827.00
8,618.00 8,166.00
7,833.00
8.802.00
8.579.50 8.105.63
7.778.50
Proj. 2015 ! Proj. 2016 Proj. 2017 Proj. 2018
1731
1656
1709
2417
135
7,648.00
7.598.00
1605
1750
1645
2299
139
7,438.00
7,388.00
1567
1593
1692
2220
149
7,221.00
7,171.00
1656
1577
1559
2252
141
7,185.00
7.135.00
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APPENDIX F-2014 REPORT
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BOARD REPORT
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
REPORT NO: B-14-124
Memorandum To:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
FROM:
Ron Andruchow, Superintendent of Business
DATE:
November 11,2014
SUBJECT:
Budget Meeting Schedule for the 2015-2016 School Year
The Board begins its annual budget process in February, by establishing the budget schedule that will
guide the planning of revenues and expenses, for the upcoming new school year.
The meeting timelines proposed below will be used to guide the budget development process, but
ultimately will depend upon the date when the Ministry provides school boards with the grant
regulations.
•
Development and release of the Grant Regulations, by the Ministry of Education , during
the month of March.
•
Budget Workshops (2) for Trustees and Administration: April 7 and May 5, 2015; all
meetings from 5:00p.m. to 7:30p.m. via video conference.
•
Presentation , review, public input and development of the budget at the Public Regular
Board Meetings on April 14 & 28 and May 12 & 26.
•
Budget Information Sessions: Parent Involvement Committee-May (TBA), Spec. Ed.
Advisory Committee-May 14, and Native Advisory Committee-May 20.
•
Final approval of the 2015/2016 Budget scheduled for the June 9, 2015 Regular Board
Meeting {contingency plan , if required- June 23, 2015 Regular Board Meeting}.
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