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Effective Tuesday, April 6, 2021, students at Cedarland Public School (Brantford), Lakewood Elementary School (Port Dover), and Mt. Pleasant School will temporarily transition to virtual learning.  
Grand Erie District School Board welcomes its newest student trustees for the 2021-22 school year – Sierra Green, Carson Kitchen and Reilly Mitchell. Each student trustee is elected to represent school communities throughout Brant, Haldimand, and Norfolk Counties.
Grand Erie District School Board is proud to welcome Robin Staats as Grand Erie’s first System Principal Leader of Indigenous Education and Equity and Jennifer Tozer as the new Manager of Human Resources (HR). Both Robin and Jennifer begin their new roles on April 19th.
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Tracy Hale, Vice-Principal at Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School
Today (Wednesday, March 24), Grand Erie District School Board provided an update on this year’s Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) assessment for secondary school students.
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Tracy Robertson, Educational Assistant at McKinnon Park Secondary School
Today (Sunday, March 14), Brant County Health Unit declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Walter Gretzky Elementary School in Brantford.
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Shawn Martin, President, Grand Erie Elementary Teachers' Federation.
Langton School teacher Tracy Reese is being recognized for her engaging teaching methods and adaptive strategies that are fostering a love of math in her classroom. Reese was recently selected as an Impact Influencer by Knowledgehook, an instructional guidance system that uses insights to assist teachers as they work with students’ individual needs to find success in numeracy. 
As part of Grand Erie District School Board’s 2021-22 Budget Consultation Process, we are inviting stakeholders to provide input into the development of the budget. Your responses will help identify areas that are priorities for our students, our staff and our schools.
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Casidy Guzar, English as a Second Language (ESL)/English Literacy Development (ELD) Teacher Consultant, K-12
The Grand Erie District School Board (GEDSB) is looking for feedback from families on the Virtual Learning Academy for the 2021 – 2022 school year. This valuable input from families within our school community will allow GEDSB to understand interest in the Virtual Learning Academy and support effective planning. 
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Lisa Mallette, Clerical Support – Communications and Community Relations.
To support the return to in-person learning and the ongoing healthy operation of schools, Grand Erie District School Board has partnered with the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health to offer Grand Erie staff voluntary asymptomatic testing at select pharmacies that currently offer specimen collection for COVID-19.
This afternoon (February 20), the Brant County Health Unit declared a COVID-19 outbreak at North Park Collegiate and Vocational School in Brantford. 
Today (February 20), the Brant County Health Unit declared a COVID-19 outbreak at James Hillier Public School following the discovery of three COVID19 cases in the school community. The Brantford school has approximately 300 students in Kindergarten to Grade 8. 
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Brenda Stone, Kindergarten-Grade 8 Literacy/Numeracy Teacher Consultant - Elementary Program.
Students preparing to graduate from a unique program at Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School are ready to spread their wings and SOAR. 
Getting to Know Grand Erie is a new weekly feature that puts the spotlight on one of the many Grand Erie staff members working towards the goal of Success for Every Student. This week's focus is Wayne Baker, Superintendent of Education at Grand Erie District School Board.
Today (February 11), Minister of Education Stephen Lecce announced that the province is postponing March Break for all elementary and secondary students across Ontario due to COVID-19.