Resource Supports

Our Student Success/LPS Team
 Beth Beth Ford, Lead Student Success Teacher

Ms. Ford supports students to be successful in their courses. Coordinates credit rescue and credit recovery.

forde@limestone.on.ca
 Helena Helena Huskilson, LPS Teacher

Ms. Huskilson helps Grades 10 & 12 students with IEP's with their courses and accommodations. CAS (Community-Action-Service) Coordinator for IB.

huskilsonh@limestone.on.ca
 Heather Heather Stewart, LPS Teacher

Ms. Stewart helps Grade 9 students with IEP's with their courses and accommodations.

stewarthe@limestone.on.ca
 Julia Julia Hale, LPS Teacher

Ms. Hale helps Grade 11 students with IEP's with their courses and accommodations.

halejr@limestone.on.ca

Student Success

Learning Program Support

We support student learning through the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEP's ). The resource room (Room 152) is available for students to assist with accommodations to support their learning. Please note the following contact information.

Heather Stewart - Grade 9
stewarthe@limestone.on.ca

Helena Huskilson - Grade 10 and 12 (Incoming grade 9 students)
huskilsonh@limestone.on.ca
 
Julia Hale - Grade 11
halejr@limestone.on.ca

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Transition to Post-Secondary

Are you a student who has an IEP or needs accommodations for post-secondary? 

Please visit the following site which will connect you to each college/university accessibility services. It is important to make sure that you have the appropriate documentation and information to help make the transition go smoothly. Feel free to make an appointment with Ms. Huskilson if you have any questions.

Transition Guide

Do you need support for your transition to university or college? On-Line to Success (OLTS)  and the Successful Transitions Online and Mentoring Program (STOMP) is a course offered to high school students for free from Queen's. Please see Ms. Huskilson in Student Services to sign up.

To be Eligible:
  • Be in grade 11 or 12
  • Be identified/diagnosed with a learning disability, ADHD or ASD
  • Plan to attend college or university
  • Attend the virtual opening and closing days, March 15, 16 and June 4th, 2021
  • Have access to a computer and the internet
Deadline is January 15, 2021

Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test

EQAO Literacy Field-Test (OSSLT) - Letter sent home Feb. 23, 2021


Links

EQAO’s Online Practice Test 

OSSLT Framework 

 

Important Dates

February 16-March 2 — In-class introduction to the Limestone District School Board D2L Literacy Test Prep Resource

Week of March 8 — In-class EQAO online practice test

March 23-25 — All Grade 11 students and non-graduating grade 12s will write EQAO online field-test with their cohort

March 29-31 — All Grade 10 students will write EQAO online field-test with their cohort