During this time in late September, we honor all those who were impacted by residential schools. This year’s theme for the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, Orange Shirt Day on September 30, is “Remember the Children”. “At St. Clair
Information and Resources from our community partners.
- Chatham-Kent Children’s Services
- COVID-19: Supporting a discussion with children and youth
- Kids Help Phone
Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health
The Ontario Ministry of Education has granted the St. Clair Catholic District School Board the necessary approvals to proceed with a $4.2 million renovation at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Port Lambton. “I want to thank the Ministry for its
An exciting new initiative is underway to help schools of the St. Clair Catholic and Lambton Kent district school boards educate, inspire and empower school communities to become more environmentally friendly. The Green Team initiative is being organized and led
The following information is provided by CK Public Health… CK Public Health is pleased to share that beginning Friday February 18, 2022, Chatham-Kent youth ages 12-17 are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose at any of our clinic
Good afternoon, A public survey is being launched to assist in the development of a Community Safety & Well-being Plan for Lambton County. The survey will be available online at beginning March 10 and will be open until March 31, 2021.
Chatham-Kent Children’s Services and WAYS Mental Health Support present a free live zoom presentation with child and youth mental health workers. Parenting During the Pandemic – Understating children’s stress and anxiety takes place Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 at 6:00 P.M.
CLASS would like to remind students they MUST sit in their assigned seat. If you are unsure what your assigned seat is, ask your bus driver or call Student Transportation Services at 1-877-330-4287
CK Recreation has gathered together in one box some favourite summer camp games and activities that children ages 4 to 12 can do at home. And best of all, Camp-In-A-Box is free! Each box contains five active games, five arts
Although the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent’s building is closed to the public due to COVID-19,, staff are working hard. Referrals are being accepted and resources are available for families.