Hello Trailblazer families! Please note that our date for SK and Grade 8 grad photos has been changed to March. 9th 2020 Mark your calendars!
Adolescent Risky Business Community Workshop A free community workshop – Risky Business: When Adolescent Behaviour Crosses the Line Tuesday April 14th, 2020 6:30-8:00pm Lady Mackenzie Public School Click the link above for more information!
A reminder for our Trailblazer families that Friday January 31st is a PA Day for students.
Is your child turning 4 in 2020? If so, it is time to register them for kindergarten!! If you know someone with a child who is 4 this year, please pass along the message! Please visit the office at Langton … Read More
Our flag is lowered as we mourn the loss of our beloved Harmony who lost her battle with cancer this week. Harmony is remembered by staff and students as a kind-hearted, caring, gentle student who had a smile for everyone. … Read More
Dear Trailblazer families, Please remember that our parent teacher interviews will be taking place on November 27th from 4:30-8:30. The following day is a PA Day and no school for students. Please see our staff learning agenda below. November 29th … Read More
Our Me to We student leadership group will be collecting non perishable food to support the community We Scare Hunger Campaign. All food collected will go to the local Fenelon Falls food bank. We will accept these items until November … Read More
On October 25th, our team will be engaged in professional learning. Our agenda is posted below. Our school improvement plan is created with our educators, and also shared with parent council for feedback and input. If you have any questions, … Read More
Important information regarding CUPE job action The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) provided notice that they will be starting a full withdrawal of all services across the province on Monday, October 7, 2019. Trillium Lakelands District School Board … Read More
Join us in honouring Orange Shirt day in TLDSB on Monday Sept. 30th. This day was inspired by the story of Phyllis (Jack) Webstad whose shiny new orange shirt was taken away on her first day of residential school. This … Read More