The Limestone Learning Foundation funds special projects in our focus areas of Literacy & Numeracy, Science & Technology, the Arts, and Innovative Practices, which enhance educational opportunities for students in the Limestone District School Board.
To date, we have awarded $1.6 million to over 550 projects.
This page features information about recent and ongoing projects.
Space Tomatoes - J.R. Henderson PS
J.R. Henderson Public School was awarded $4,446 for its "Space Tomatoes" project. This bilingual project is part of the Canadian Space Agency Tomato-sphere project, a blind-test in which students compare and grow seeds from a variety of sources, including
Bike On - QECVI/Katarowki Aboriginal Scho
The Katarokwi Aboriginal School was awarded $1,100 for "Bike On" - an Aboriginal Active Transportation Mentorship Project. Students worked with Yellow Bike Action to repair their own bikes and build expertise so that they might pass this knowledge on to y
Puppet Literacy for All - Perth Road PS
Perth Road Public School was awarded $1,350 to support the development and creation of puppet characters to help students in Grades 5 and 6 bring literacy alive. Students will write scripts based on character education traits, design their corresponding p
Sound Tracks to Health - Bath PS
Bath Public School was awarded $6,678 for the purchase of nine iPads to support its "Sound Tracks to Health" project involving Grade 6, 6/7, 7/8, and 8 classes. Students wrote scripts using story boards, based on various health topics that affect elementa
Explore, Reflect, Illuminate - Frontenac SS
Frontenac Secondary School was awarded $2,800 to purchase materials to be used by students for art projects for the upcoming Crystal Ball Gala to support the Limestone Learning Foundation. Students are creating props and back drops and other creations to
Vex Robots - Ernestown SS
Ernestown Secondary School was awarded $1,225 to support students' construction of a VEX solar tracker mobile robot, which uses the same automation techniques used in operations of wind turbines. The mobile robots let students drive using sophisticated ha