Celebrating Earth Day at Grand Erie

April 22 is Earth Day, and once again Grand Erie invites students, staff, families and community members to join us, alongside millions of people from around the globe, to celebrate this important movement. 

Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22 and “marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970.” Fast-forward to the present, more than one billion people in more than 190 countries from around the world have joined the movement in collaborative efforts to #TakeCareOfThePlanet

Ecoschools is hosting a free public Earth Day keynote on Thursday, April 22 from 1 to 2:30 pm. The keynote will feature Larissa Crawford, Indigenous and anti-racism teacher, public speaker and founder of Future Ancestors Services. She will deliver a powerful and inspiring presentation to “develop a unified understanding of climate and racial justice learnings and actions” via Zoom. This event is open to classrooms, communities and the general public. For more information and to access free educator resources and student activity sheets, visit

We also encourage you to visit for other fun activity ideas and ways to get involved to help “make every day Earth Day.”

Follow us on Twitter at @GEDSB and @ecoGEDSB to see all the creative ways our students and staff are honouring their pledge to take care of our planet.


Registration packages have been delivered to most elementary schools.

If you are from Notre Dame or St. Patrick's, please drop by the Guidance Office to pick up your registration packages.

Call the school in the New Year to book your registration appointment for January 30th. (905)765-4466 ext. 732205

Dates for Transition Meetings are as follows:

January 26th - River Heights

January 27th - Centennial

January 30th - Notre Dame and St/ Patrick's @ McKinnon Park

January 31st - Oneida

January 26th - February 1st - Six Nations Schools - please check with your school for dates