Application open for 2017-18 Parents Reaching Out grants
Parents are a key part of their children's learning, and of Ontario's success in education. Ontario's Parents Reaching Out grants are designed to support parents in identifying barriers to engagement in their own communities, and to find local solutions to involve more parents, guardians, and caregivers in support of student achievement and well-being.
The application period for 2017-18 Parents Reaching Out grants is now open. For more information, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Education
's website. The deadline for application is May 25, 2017.
Grand Erie awarded $12,940 for the 2016-17 Parent Reaching Out grants
Parent Reaching Out (PRO) grants are used to encourage parents to become involved in their children's education and to help support student learning. Grand Erie District School Board is the recipient of 14 grants for the 2016-17 school year.
Congratulations to the following schools:
Bloomsburg Public School: Parent Voice
Brier Park Public School: Math and Wellness at Brier Park
Burford District Elementary Secretary: Parents Supporting Resilient Children
Fairview School: Managing Stress Workshop
Graham Bell-Victoria Public School: Math Bites
Grandview Central Public School: Math and Science Night
Greenbrier Public School: Healthy Roots - Connecting to Our Environment and Indigenous Community
James Hillier Public School: Helping Families Thrive
Major Ballachey Public School: Healthy and Active Lifestyles
North Park Collegiate and Vocational School: Social Media Guidance
North Ward School: Storybook Time: Parent Lending Library
Oakland-Scotland Public School: Partnering with Parents to Support Student Well-Being
Ryerson Heights Elementary School: Helping Families Thrive Wellness Series
West Lynn Public School: Healthy Lives, Healthy Minds