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It’s a goal scored for girls hockey at Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School, with a revival of the program happening thanks to some financial support from a Tandia Financial Credit Union grant. Last week, the school learned it would be one of ten schools to receive the Strive for Success grant, which aims to help students thrive by supporting new or existing programs in need of a boost. 
Beginning February 4, 2022, all Grand Erie secondary schools will be returning to the semester model from the current quadmester model.
Grand Erie Board of Trustees elected Susan Gibson as the 2022 Chair of the Grand Erie District School Board during the annual Board Nomination and Organization meeting held on Monday, December 6.
Work is now complete on the transformation of Jarvis Public School's library into a learning commons, a project enhanced by community support, thanks to an impressive fundraising effort even a global pandemic couldn't curtail.
The Ontario Ministry of Education has announced a $20.4 million capital investment for the construction of a new joint-use elementary school, along with a three-room child-care centre in Caledonia, Ontario. The project is intended to ease pressure on existing schools in the area and support the surge of residential development in the area.
Hagersville Secondary School is thrilled to welcome all potential Future Grade 9 students and their families to a virtual event on December 1, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.
As temperatures dip, Grand Erie District School Board is reminding families of its operational plans for when hazardous winter weather hits.
The Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce that it has reached a tentative agreement with the Grand Erie District School Board Elementary Occasional Teacher Local.
There are currently sexual assault allegations in our school community that are very concerning, connected to interactions between Pauline Johnson students. We take these allegations very seriously. The Brantford Police are investigating, and we are cooperating fully.
Grand Erie is launching the renaming process for Ryerson Heights Elementary School and is reaching out to the local school community and across the district for submissions for a new name.
Houghton Public School has taken first prize at the Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show’s Read Your Way to the Fair competition, while another Grand Erie elementary school, West Lynn, finished in second place.
The path to graduation often isn’t an easy one, but knowing you have a support system in place can make all the difference. 
Grand Erie has updated its secondary sports protocol to welcome a limited number of spectators for indoor sports. This change, made in consultation with local public health units and other stakeholders, comes as playoff games for some competitions are imminent.
Washrooms across Grand Erie will soon include menstrual products free of charge as part of the student-led ME (menstrual equity) initiative to reduce barriers to access and increase awareness of the needs and well-being of trans and non-binary students.
Effective October 14, 2021, Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to offer an online credit card payment option for school-related activities and purchases.
“You miss one-hundred per cent of the shots you don’t take.” That’s just one morsel of advice Glen Gretzky and his siblings received from their father, Walter Gretzky, over the years. In fact, ‘Coach Wally’ had so much wisdom to impart, it could fill a book.
For some, coping with the isolation brought on the pandemic meant baking loaves of sourdough. For Heather Gould, Designated Early Childhood Educator (DECE) at Rainham Central Public School, the downtime was a chance to reflect on her pedagogical practice – and she ended up writing a children’s book in the process.
Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School has partnered with Laurier University’s Brantford campus to offer students the opportunity to participate in a highly academic environment while working with like-minded, motivated people.
Grand Erie continues to support Truth and Reconciliation and is sensitive to the recent news that Ontario’s Chief Coroner’s office is investigating the 2020 discovery of a child’s remains at an unmarked grave in the area that was once a part of the grounds of the former residential school in Brantford.
Getting to Know Grand Erie puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members learning, leading and inspiring in their daily work. The Q&A series brings the staff member into focus by sharing – in their own words – the lessons they’ve learned in leadership, teamwork and perseverance.