Lady Eaton Elementary School (LEES), housing grade Junior Kindergarten to Grade 3 students, is located in Omemee, Ontario and is one of forty-one elementary schools within Trillium Lakelands District School Board. LEES is a very active school which offers a wide range of academic and extra-curricular programs.

ladyeatonFlora Mcrea Eaton, Lady Eaton, was the wife of Toronto department store president and heir Sir John Craig Eaton.

Born into a middle class family in Omemee, Ontario, as Flora McCrea, she moved to Toronto and became a nurse at Rotherham House, a private hospital on Sherbourne street. While working as a nurse, Flora met a young patient, John Craig Eaton, who was the son of Eaton’s department store founder Timothy Eaton. The two eventually fell in love, and were married. They built a massive mansion in 1911 to accommodate themselves and their growing family. Named Ardwold, the home was one of the most lavish ever constructed in Toronto.

In 1915, John Craig Eaton was knighted, and became Sir John Craig Eaton, and his wife, Lady Eaton.

Jersey Day Friday

  Hey Lady Eaton Families – be sure to wash your favourite shirt or sport, club/league jersey, and find a toonie because Friday, December 2, is JERSEY DAY! All donations will support TLDSB families in need through the Feed All … Read More

PD Day Tomorrow

Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow, November 25th, is a PD Day. Enjoy your long weekend.

Theme Day Thursday

Thursday will be dress like a rainbow day. Let’s bring some colour into these dreary winter days.

Schools Open to Students Tomorrow

We are pleased to share that a deal has been reached between the government of Ontario and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). As a result, Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) schools are open to students and staff … Read More

Late Buses

We have many late buses this week. Please be sure to check with each morning and afternoon to determine your child’s bus time. Thank you for your support with this.

Photo Retake Day

Photo Retake Day is November 16th. Be sure to tell your child’s teacher if you would like a retake.

Join us for our Remembrance Day Assembly at 9:30am today.

School Clothing

School clothing can now be purchased at Be sure to order by November 16th. The website will then close to allow for orders to be filled by Christmas. Happy shopping!

Remembrance Day Assembly

We would like to invite the community to our Remembrance Day Assembly November 11th at 9:30am. Please join us in honouring our veterans on this day.

Flag at Half Mast

Flags at all Ontario government buildings and establishments across the province will be flown at half-mast from sunrise to sunset on Indigenous Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 08, 2022.

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