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Grand Erie is thrilled to welcome new and returning Student Trustees following the results of Student Senate elections this month. The team of three will provide consultation, representation and input into decision-making for the 2023-24 school year.
Delhi District Secondary School students are demonstrating they will take the initiative to support each other. When classmates discovered student Kendra Hussey’s talent for swimming, inspiration took on a ripple effect. 
Grand Erie District School Board is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with all three of its local Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) bargaining units.
Following a few years of touch-and-go athletics as the world dealt with a pandemic, sports are back in a big way in Grand Erie. There are lots of reasons to cheer as brothers Max and Luke Foster of Hagersville Secondary School head to the biggest provincial-level wrestling match at OFSAA this month.
A Q&A with Chair Lorraine DeJong, and Vice-Chair Kathy Jones of the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC).
Makiyah, a student in the Nations/New Start program, earned the final credits needed to complete the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, an impressive feat at any time, but one that followed some personal challenges and the disruptions of a global pandemic to add to its significance.
A virtual joint presentation for all Grand Erie parents and caregivers by SEAC, IEAC, GEPIC and Student Senate looking at the conditions that create a deep sense of belonging and connection in children and young people.
Grand Erie just wrapped up its latest school modernization projects, featuring Princess Elizabeth and Seneca Central Public Schools. Both schools received a diverse set of improvements, from interior revamps to exterior overhauls to inspire students and staff alike. 
Last week saw the return of a signature event at Onondaga-Brant Public School as the Social Studies Summit once again invited peers and family members to the in-person showcase of learning on current global issues. 
As sure as the winds will change, Philip Kuckyt, Manager of Transportation Services, can rely on the fact that each day on the job will be different. But unlike many professions, the weather isn’t just a metaphor for him. There are a lot of variables Kuckyt needs to consider long before anyone else’s alarm clock goes off.
A lot of laptops – 2,500 to be exact – have been optimized for learning and are now making the journey across the region and into Grand Erie classrooms.
If you’re looking to be inspired, École Dufferin knows just the place. Head over to the TH&B Crossing Bridge in downtown Brantford where you’ll find several panels of student art. 
The Brant County Health Unit (BCHU) has received lab confirmation of a case of invasive meningococcal disease within a member of the Paris District High School community.
On behalf of our Senior Team and our Board of Trustees, I wish you and your loved ones a safe, happy holiday season.
Revised budget estimates for the 2022-23 school year are being submitted to the Ministry of Education following Monday's board meeting, and include revisions and new investments based on higher-than-expected enrolment numbers generating significant revenue.
West Lynn Public School is in for a treat after landing first place in the Read Your Way to the Fair competition, hosted annually by the Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show. 
When assigned a topic with creative freedom to explore, you run with it. That’s exactly what happened at the Stress and Wellness Fair on November 30, hosted by the Grade 8s at Russell Reid Public School. 
Grand Erie is pleased to announce that Julie White, M.ED., OCT, has been appointed Superintendent of Education for the district.
It will be harder to lose your keys with the addition of a vibrant Learn Lead Inspire keychain, and thanks to a project spearheaded by Grade 8 students in educator Justin Alonzi’s class at Princess Elizabeth Public School, this frequently reached-for item is getting an inspired upgrade.
Grand Erie has received Ministry of Education approval through the Capital and Business Support Division to proceed with a lease to operate Grand Erie’s Nations and New Start programs at Six Nations Polytechnic Centre for Excellence (SNP).