Student Health Information (Measles, Enterovirus, Student Immunization)

LKCS provides all the opportunity and program a large school offers with the advantages provided by the smaller size. Our students have the opportunity to join many teams and clubs in a friendly rural environment. Our staff and administration know all of our students well and actively support their academic success and encourage their involvement in school activities. Our graduates benefit from many scholarships and bursaries to assist them at university, college or the workplace.


3 - Good Friday
6 - Easter Monday
14 - Last day of Term 1
15 - First day of Term 2
20-24 - Provincial Report Cards

4-8  - Education Week
9 - Alumni Golf Tournament
18 - Victoria Day
20 - 3/4 term reports

2 - SAA Athletic Association banquet
4 - Locker cleanout, textbook check, Library book return
8 - PD Day
10 - Year End Assembly
19-25 - Exams
25 - Graduation
26 - PD Day

Progress Reporting Dates for 2014/15

Dec. 12 - 3/4 term report
Jan. 23-29  - EXAMS
Feb. 4 - Provincial Report Cards
Mar. 4 - 1/4 term report
Mar. 11 - parent/teacher interviews
Apr. 20-24 - Provincial Report Cards
May 20 - 3/4 term reports
Jun. 19-25 - EXAMS

Contact Information

Lambton Kent Composite School
231 St. George St. N.
Phone: 519 683 4475
Fax: 519 683 2699


Cardinal Events

  • Girls' Basketball Alumni Game
    Posted May 2, 2014, 10:17 AM by Tom Moynihan
  • Terry Fox Run Day
    Posted May 2, 2014, 10:19 AM by Tom Moynihan
  • Plant Sale
    Posted Nov 12, 2012, 6:02 AM by Unknown user
  • Earth Day Clean-Up
    Posted Nov 12, 2012, 6:01 AM by Unknown user
  • Alumni Golf Tournament
    Posted Nov 12, 2012, 6:00 AM by Unknown user
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About Our School

L.K.C.S. offers students a well-rounded education by providing a wide range of traditional subjects, including math, science, social science, business, languages and the arts. Our broad-based technological program allows students to work with modern technology in unique situations. Students are encouraged to explore employment opportunities through our co-operative education program. L.K.C.S. graduates attend a variety of Canadian and U.S. universities and colleges, many with academic scholarships.

L.K.'s co-curricular activities include a full slate of athletic teams, a drama program and clubs that emphasize community involvement. These activities function because of the dedication of the coaches and advisors who assist our students in reaching their full potential.


School Bus Pass Information

For the safety of all students, a new bus pass application process has been developed to ensure that all passengers on all routes are listed on the passenger roster. This process will replace the current bus pass process effective Monday September 19, 2011. However, for the first two weeks of
September, both application processes may be used.
The process is as follows;
Parents are to complete the application online at www.schoolbusinfo.com in the tools section. The application is printed and signed by the parent for presentation to the principal or designate.
Bus Operator
A copy of the application is automatically generated and sent to the bus operator. The bus operator approves or denies only on the basis of seat availability.
Upon receipt of the signed application, the principal/designate may approve the bus pass if space is available as indicated by the bus operator. The school retains the signed application.
Bus Operator
The bus operator advises the bus driver that the student has permission to ride to the existing bus stop on the route and dates indicated on the application. One application may be approved for multiple dates as outlined in the application on the Bus Pass. 
Important: Due to the required approval process, all applications must be made 48 hours prior to the time that the ride is requested. Go to www.schoolbusinfo.com for the new procedure.

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Tom Moynihan,
Dec 1, 2014, 5:51 AM