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Grand Erie is proud to acknowledge the graduating students receiving significant scholarships, bursaries and awards this year.
This past school year challenged us to adjust to a ‘new normal’ once again. It was filled with uncertainly, sudden changes and challenges both professional and personal. After we adjusted to that new normal, and found ways to learn, succeed and thrive within it, we were challenged again. And again. The ‘new normal’ become an ever-evolving concept.
Christine Bibby, Grand Erie’s Safe and Inclusive Schools Lead, was presented with the Patti McCleister Memorial Award on Monday evening, the highest honour bestowed upon a staff member.
Grand Erie District School Board approved its 2022-23 operating and capital budgets during the Regular Board meeting on Monday, June 27. Both budgets will now be submitted to the Ministry of Education.
Cavelle Sproule’s short fiction piece Eight, Ten, Twelve was awarded the top honour at the recent Laurier Stedman Prize celebration, a contest open to secondary students across the region, recognizing outstanding creative writing. 
The Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS) Foundation has officially wrapped up its third annual Read4BCHS event, raising a grand total of $26,257 for pediatric care.
Since 2010, Grand Erie schools have been showing up for sustainability in their communities in a big way, examining their environmental impact and identifying unique ways to reduce their footprint through the EcoSchools program. This initiative is designed to teach the importance of environmental learning and climate action so that our community can thrive.  
Today (June 21) marks National Indigenous Peoples Day. It is an opportunity to celebrate and honour the diverse experiences, achievements and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. It is also an opportunity to learn about the histories, rights and realities that reflect where we are today. 
Last November, a group of students at North Park Collegiate and Vocational School decided they wanted to do something positive to address racism, and support inclusion and understanding in the school community.
There will be new voices at the board room table this fall as current student trustees wind down successful terms, and get ready to pass the torch to peers who will take on the important role of representing students across Grand Erie for the 2022-23 school year. 
Grand Erie District School Board’s Ryerson Heights Elementary School is set to become Edith Monture Elementary School, honouring the Ohsweken-born World War I veteran who was the first Indigenous woman in the country to become a registered nurse, and the first Indigenous woman and registered band member to gain the right to vote in Canada.
On October 24, Ontarians have the opportunity to vote in the 2022 Municipal and School Board elections.
Whether it’s the best of times or during challenging times, it is always important for us to know and incorporate the practices that keep us healthy and well. 
Volunteers bring a wealth of varied and diverse experiences to enhance student learning, well-being and belonging in our school communities. They are role models and motivators, generous with their time and skills. To celebrate, this week we will feature a series of volunteer profiles from across Grand Erie.
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we’re featuring a daily profile of one of the many volunteers making a difference in Grand Erie. Friday's Volunteer Week profile features Jayme Wilson.
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we’re featuring a daily profile of one of the many volunteers making a difference in Grand Erie. Thursday's Volunteer Week profile features Fran Sararas.
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we’re featuring a daily profile of one of the many volunteers making a difference in Grand Erie. Wednesday's Volunteer Week profile features Mel Elbourn.
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we’re featuring a daily profile of one of the many volunteers making a difference in Grand Erie. Tuesday's Volunteer Week profile features Sonny Pennington.
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we’re featuring a daily profile of one of the many volunteers making a difference in Grand Erie. Monday's Volunteer Week profile features Deb McLoughlin.
The COVID-19 pandemic has required everyone to re-envision how we learn and connect with our school communities, and that’s been especially true for students in the Special Education Life Skills class at Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School. “That’s how the idea for the Nest was born,” says educational assistant Robin Sweers, who works with the Life Skills class and helped students brainstorm.