Approved In School Service Providers

Service providers who wish to offer programs and services within our schools, to our students, are invited and required to submit an Application for Consideration of an External Agency Collaboration. A central board committee will review each application and consideration will be given to those programs and services that are supplemental to those being provided by school board staff, and are consistent with the Board’s stated mission, vision, and values.

The committee will meet on a regular basis to review applications and will communicate committee decisions to each applicant. Upon approval, a Collaboration Agreement will be jointly entered into by the External Agency or Third Party Service provider and the Board. The services and programs approved will then be listed on this web site. Principals will choose services for students from the approved list and will be responsible for the organization and management within the school. 

You will find the currently approved list here:

  • Access Community Services Inc.
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Alternatives Community Program (Peterborough)
  • Building Bridges
  • Alternatives Employment Support
  • Bethesda House - Finding our Voices - Clarington
    • Guys for Change
    • Finding Our Voices
  • Big Brothers and Sisters of Clarington
    • In-school Mentoring
    • Go Girls
  • Big Brothers and Sisters of Northumberland
    • In-school Mentoring
    • Go Girls
  • Broken Arrow Residential Treatment Centre
    • Service Provider
  • Canadian Mental Health Association-HKPR
    • Mental Health Worker at PACE
  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind - CNIB
    • Orientation and Mobility Services
  • Central East Community Access to Care
    • Mental Health and Addictions Nurse
  • Community Living Campbellford/Brighton
    • Foundations Program
  • Community Living West Northumberland
    • Building Bridges/Children's Support Worker      
  • Connor Homes
    • Personal Support Worker
  • Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre
    • Youth Violence Prevention
    • Healthy Relationship Classroom Workshop
  • Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Services
    • Aboriginal Mental Health & Addictions Workers
  • Employment Assistance Resource Network
    • Employment Support Services
  • Five Counties Children's Centre
    • Final Phase of Therapy Services for Identified SK Students
  • Frontenac Youth Services
  • Hand in Hand Children’s Services
    • Service Provider
  • Heads up for Inclusion
    • Amigos Program - Elementary and Secondary
  • Junior Achievement Peterborough Lakeland Muskoka
    • Junior Achievement Programs
  • John Howard Society- Clarington
  • John Howard Society- Durham
    • CASS Program
    • Teen Education and Mothering Program
  • John Howard Society- Peterborough
    • Quantum


  • Kinark - Clarington, Northumberland, Peterborough
    • Mental Health Workers for Students in School
    • School Support Program - Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • New Canadians Centre
    • Settlement Workers in School
  • Northumberland Child Development Centre
  • Peterborough City-County Health Unit
    • Connect-Change-Connect
  • Peterborough Family Resource Centre
    • School for Young Moms
  • Quest Children’s Services
    • Service Provider
  • Resources for Exceptional Children & Youth -Durham 
    • Enhanced Transition Planning/Consultation
  • Rockhaven Children's Services Ltd.
    • Personal Support Worker
  • Trent-Fleming School of Nursing
    • Community Based Nursing Practice
  • Tri-County Community Support Services
    • Ontario Autism Program
  • Youth Emergency Shelter (YES)
    • YES Education Program Connected with KennerCVI


Application Information:

Applications are due 2 weeks in advance.  Meeting dates for the 2017-2018 school year are:

  • October 4, 2017
  • January 24, 2018
  • March 28, 2018
  • May 30, 2018
  • July 4, 2018 (if needed)

Regulated Health Services and Social Work Services

If a program or service being offered by an External Agency is delivered by, or supervised by, a regulated health professional or social worker, the Application for Consideration of an External Agency Collaboration -Supplemental Student Services by Regulated Professionals/Paraprofessionals should be completed.

Non-Regulated Programs and Services

If a program or service being offered by an External Agency or professional is not delivered by, or supervised by, a regulated professional, the Application for Consideration of an External Agency Collaboration- Supplemental Student Services by Non-Regulated Professionals/Paraprofessionals should be completed.

Third Party Service Provider-Personal Support Workers

If a third party provider wishes to a) fund in-classroom student support through a KPRDSB employee, or b) provide a personal support worker for in-classroom student support via an employee external to KPRDSB, the Application for Consideration of a Third Party Collaboration-Personal Support Worker should be completed.

The PPM 149 is posted on the Ministry of Education website at

For more information, please contact:

Elaine Baldock
Secretary to the Manager of Professional Services
Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board
Extension 2176