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It’s been a year like no other, full of challenges, changes, and uncertainty. But Lena Latreille, this year’s recipient of the Patti McCleister Memorial Award, rose to the challenge and led the way for Grand Erie.
Grand Erie District School Board stands with those who were affected by the vandalism of a Pride Flag at Delhi District Secondary School on June 28.
The Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF), District 23 Teachers' Bargaining Unit (TBU).
Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce Jennifer Tozer has been named Superintendent of Education, overseeing the Human Resources portfolio. Ms. Tozer joined the board earlier this year as its new Human Resources Manager.
Grand Erie District School Board Trustees approved the operating and capital budgets for the 2021-22 school year during a Board Meeting Monday night.
As mentioned earlier in the year, Grand Erie will close the Grades K-12 Virtual Learning Academy at the end of June 2021 as the board looks forward to in-person learning with an additional online option as directed by the Ministry of Education.
As the school year comes to a close, I want to take a moment to reflect on how proud I am of each and every one of you. This year has been a journey like no other, and I commend you for battling through the challenges and changes to make the best of these unprecedented times in our school communities.  
For those who are impacted by the senseless tragedy and loss of innocent lives in London, ON, the following are support resources that you can access or share with others.
As we wrap up a school year that has been like no other, I would like to take this opportunity to recognize and celebrate all the students in Grand Erie’s 2021 graduating class.
Grand Erie District School Board is wishing a warm farewell to Scott Sincerbox, Superintendent of Education, as he readies for retirement later this month and concludes an illustrious career in education. 
It has recently come to our attention that a couple of urgent messages to families of our district did not reach your homes. We would like to first of all reiterate and acknowledge the grief felt by Indigenous Communities across Turtle Island with the most recent tragedy uncovered in Kamloops BC.
Secondary students at Grand Erie District School Board will return to school to a quadmester learning model in September 2021. The revised model will allow students to attend classes in person every day for the 2021-22 academic year.
Nicole McSwain of Paris District High School (PDHS) is this year’s recipient of the James Hillier Foundation scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to exceptional graduating students.
After decades of leadership in educational roles, Denise Martins, Superintendent of Education for Grand Erie District School Board, is retiring.
Schools across the Grand Erie District School Board will be conducting a survey to assess the school climate for students throughout the month of June. Students in Grades 4-12 will be asked by their schools to participate in this electronic and voluntary survey.
The COVID-19 School and Child Care Screening Tool, and the COVID-19 Screening Tool for Employees and Essential Visitors in Schools and Child Care Settings, have been updated to reflect public health guidance for individuals experiencing symptoms post COVID-19 immunization.
On behalf of the Grand Erie District School Board, we want to offer our deepest and heartfelt sympathies to you, your families, friends and broader Muslim community and everyone who has been impacted by the senseless act of violence in London that took the lives of four innocent people.
We remain committed to celebrating this milestone achievement for our graduates, with the health and safety of everyone in mind, and would like to provide you with more information on what this means for Grand Erie.
Anne Goodrow, Grade 7 teacher at Lansdowne-Costain Public School, is one of the most recent in a group of only 53 teachers across the country to be awarded the honour of being an Impact Influencer by Knowledgehook for outstanding data-driven instruction in mathematics this year. 
The Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to share news that the Brant County Health Unit, based on the Ministry of Health guidelines, will accelerate the rollout for the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine for individuals, including Grand Erie staff, who received their first dose on or before April 18, beginning today (June 7, 2021).