Kawartha Lakes Public Library Digital Archive
April 22: Lindsay school living by its Knight's Code during COVID-19 pandemic
Publication
Kawartha Lakes This Week, 22 Apr 2020
Description
Creator
Whitnall, Catherine, Reporter
Media Type
Text
Image
Newspaper
Item Type
Newspaper clippings
Description
King Albert Public School, Lindsay, continued to honour their code of conduct, the Knight's Code, by actively working to get technology into their students' hands and meet the needs of their students' families, such as food and support. They provided reading materials (donated from the Kent Bookstore) and reallocated its student nutrition funding to support needy families, supplementing grocery bills with staff doing biweekly shops for essential needs, but this did not last past April due to limited funds.
Publisher
Metroland Media
Place of Publication
Lindsay, Ontario
Date of Original
22 Apr 2020
Date Of Event
22 Apr 2020
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Burke, Dean ; Park, Meghan
Language of Item
English
Copyright Statement
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Contact
Kawartha Lakes Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
190 Kent St W.
Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6
(705) 324-5632
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April 22: Lindsay school living by its Knight's Code during COVID-19 pandemic


King Albert Public School, Lindsay, continued to honour their code of conduct, the Knight's Code, by actively working to get technology into their students' hands and meet the needs of their students' families, such as food and support. They provided reading materials (donated from the Kent Bookstore) and reallocated its student nutrition funding to support needy families, supplementing grocery bills with staff doing biweekly shops for essential needs, but this did not last past April due to limited funds.