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Grand Erie is excited to welcome Sara Darling as the Chair of the Grand Erie Parent Involvement Committee (GEPIC)! 
The Grand Erie Board of Trustees acclaimed Susan Gibson as the 2023 Chair of the Grand Erie District School Board during the annual Board Nomination and Organization meeting held on Monday, November 21.
On Wednesday, we advised you that the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), issued a strike notice that means, if an agreement is not reached between the Province and CUPE, CUPE will go on strike beginning Monday, November 21.
With winter temperatures here, Grand Erie is reminding families of how the board makes decisions around inclement weather conditions, and where they can find information in the event of weather-related cancellations. 
Grand Erie is reviewing its French Immersion programs and would like your input to help shape those programs going forward.
It's never too early to be thinking about the start of school, and if your child will be four years old by the end of 2023, online registration is now open for Kindergarten in Grand Erie.
Brant County Health Unit and Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit – are advising we are seeing increases in infection indicators across the Grand Erie region, including those for COVID-19 and flu.
Ahead of Remembrance Day 2022, Grand Erie is proud to share that Major Ballachey Public School has been added to the Canadian Military Memorials Database, a bank of more than 8,200 military memorials and monuments located across Canada.
Grand Erie’s Multi-Year Strategic Plan is guided by a mission to Learn, Lead and Inspire, and a vision to build cultures of Learning, Well-Being and Belonging. These goals can only be achieved if Grand Erie understands the needs of its students and their families, and uses that information to identify and eliminate barriers to achievement, establish programs to increase and improve student services, and guide its work in areas of inclusion, equity and belonging. 
We are pleased to let you know that all schools will be open again for in-person learning tomorrow, November 8.
Grand Erie is anticipating Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) staff will continue to participate in a provincial political demonstration and will not report to work on Monday, November 7, 2022.
We want to confirm that, further to the updates shared earlier this week, all Grand Erie schools will be closed to students tomorrow, Friday November 4.
Returning after a two-year pause due to the COVID pandemic, provincial EQAO results from the assessments held during the 2021-22 school year are now available online and serve as a data snapshot used alongside evaluation from other sources.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) has announced that their members will not be at work on Friday, November 4, 2022 across the Province of Ontario.  
We want to advise you of ongoing labour negotiations and a possible withdrawal of services by education workers on Friday, November 4.
Grand Erie District School Board will have four new voices serving its communities, as newly elected trustees join six re-elected representatives at the board-room table following Ontario's municipal election Monday, October 24, 2022, rounded out by representation from the re-appointed Six Nations of the Grand River trustee.
When Jocelyne Larocque first started playing hockey in the small town of Ste. Anne, Manitoba, she dreamed about being in the NHL. “I was told by everybody, ‘That can’t be a dream of yours because women don’t play in the NHL.’” 
Prior to this past Monday's Board meeting, Grand Erie District School Board hosted its first Learning Summit, offering a unique, interactive format to present the progress highlighted in its Annual Learning and Operating Plan 2021-22 final report to its Board of Trustees.
October 20 is National Day on Writing, an opportunity brought forth by the National Council of Teachers of English to celebrate writers’ creativity and passion for their craft. Today, we’re sharing the work of Brianne MacDougall, a Grade 7 student at Oneida Central Public School.
The former Ryerson Heights Elementary School is now officially Edith Monture Elementary School, and an event yesterday at the school celebrated that change with students, staff, the Board of Trustees, community members, the Monture family, Brantford-Brant MPP Will Bouma, and guests, marking too the significance to reconciliation efforts during Truth and Reconciliation Week.