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Grand Erie parents and guardians are invited to a free virtual event addressing the ongoing concern of substance use among young people, and how the pandemic has affected patterns of use. Join us for Youth Substance Use: What Adults Need to Know Amidst COVID-19 with guest speaker Dr. Tara Bruno, PhD, on February 24, from 6:30 – 8 p.m.
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 Jessie Kingma, Elementary Teacher at Waterford Public School.
When a second lockdown due to COVID-19 was looming late last year, Patti Zadanyi, art teacher at Hagersville Secondary School, had the foresight to send her students home “with as many art supplies as they could carry.” 
When Kindergarten teacher Adam Lawrence and Designated Early Childhood Educator Melanie McLaren embarked on their careers in education, becoming YouTube stars certainly wasn’t part of the plan.
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 Pete Ashe, the Principal of Banbury Heights School.
Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to share that Help Desk staff support is now available to all Grand Erie parents and guardians as an additional resource to support their technology-related needs, and the Grand Erie Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce the appointment of April Smith to the role of Superintendent of Education, effective February 1.
Grand Erie District School Board is ready to welcome a new class of young learners this fall, with online registration now open. Parents of children who will be four years old by the end of 2021 will need to take note of deadlines and required information to ensure a seamless start to their child’s schooling in September. 
Due to the province-wide shutdown, all Grand Erie students will move to teacher-led remote learning beginning Monday, January 4.
Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce it has reached a tentative local agreement with all three of its Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) bargaining units.
Today, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced province-wide lockdown restrictions beginning December 26. These restrictions will impact Grand Erie students, staff and families following the holiday break, which ends January 3. 
As we wind down 2020 and reflect on the year, we have many accomplishments to be proud of in these challenging times. Here’s a look at one such accomplishment, authored by Grand Erie’s Mental Health and Well-Bring team.
Holiday traditions often make us feel joy and comfort. Due to the pandemic, this holiday may feel different. This will require us to think of alternative and creative ways to connect with family and friends.
Grand Erie is sharing some important information for our families who intend on switching to a different learning model. This is the final opportunity for families to make a switch between learning models for their child.
January is Kindergarten registration month, and Grand Erie District School Board is preparing to welcome a new class of young learners, with information ready for parents to assist them during the online registration process.
The cancellation of the Caledonia Fall Fair, and its High School Challenge for Grade 12 students in particular, left a void. But it gave Viktorija Todorovic, a Grade 12 student at Dunnville Secondary School, a great idea.
Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce it has reached a tentative local agreement with the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) Teachers’ Bargaining Unit.
Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School’s SOAR program is celebrating the recent accomplishment of one of its students: Grade 12 student Carter Roung is the recipient of an NCAA golf scholarship. 
For the fourth year in a row, Trustee Greg Anderson has been selected as Board Chair of the Grand Erie District School Board. Anderson was chosen by his peers at the Board’s Nomination Meeting on Monday night.
As the calendar turns to December and snow becomes part of the daily forecast, Grand Erie District School Board is reminding students, staff and families of how the Board deals with inclement weather.