• Director's Annual Report to the Community 2016-17

    Director's Annual Report to the Community 2016-17

    The 2016-17 school year was an important one for Grand Erie as the Board approved a new strategic direction to guide the work that the school board is doing. At the centre of Grand Erie’s Multi-Year Plan is Success for Every Student. Grand Erie will achieve Success for Every Student through a focus on students and staff in a culture of high expectations.

  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten Registration

    Time to start Kindergarten? Find all the information you need to register your child.

  • Special Education

    Special Education

    Read the Special Education Plan and access the survey here.

  • Grand Erie Seeks Community's Input to Name New School

    Grand Erie Seeks Community's Input to Name New School

    Grand Erie is looking for suggestions in naming its new Dunnville elementary school in Haldimand County

  • The Impact of the Legalization of Marijuana on Families: Information Panel

    The Impact of the Legalization of Marijuana on Families: Information Panel

    Wednesday, April 25, 2018
    Waterford District High School

  • Input sought on Grand Erie's 2018-19 Budget

    Input sought on Grand Erie's 2018-19 Budget

    As part ofGrand Erie District School Board’s 2018-19 Budget Consultation Process, we areinviting stakeholders to provide input into the development of the budget.

  • Improve Early Years Programs and Services in OUR Communities!

    Improve Early Years Programs and Services in OUR Communities!

    Improve Early Years Programs and Services Between now andMay 31, Grand Erie Kindergarten parents are invited to complete theKindergarten Parent Survey. You can also enter the draw for a chance to win a$50 Walmart gift card.

Last month, the winning production at the Ontario Drama Festival’s district competition covering Brant, Oxford, Haldimand and Norfolk counties was the student-written production And She Split the Sky in Two. Next month, the play, which examines the issue of Indigenous teen suicide, will compete in the next level of competition at the regional level.
Building on the positive momentum of previous years, Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School will be host to the fourth annual Rainbow Ball, welcoming LGBTQ students and allies from across Grand Erie to the semi-formal dance taking place Thursday, April 26.
Held on April 11 at Camp Trillium Rainbow Lakes in Norfolk County, Grand Erie’s annual eco conference focused on providing secondary students with the tools, strategies, and motivation to make an impact.

More News

  • Achievement


    We will set high expectations for our students and staff. We will monitor, measure and reflect on our outcomes.


    • Increase staff understanding of effective instruction and assessment in literacy and numeracy.
    • Increase student understanding of effective learning strategies and how to use them.
  • Well-Being


    We will create environments that are healthy and the recognize the well-being of mind, body, emotion, and spirit of students and staff.


    • Staff, students, and parents will promote health and well-being and will know how to access supports when needed
    • Create and promote an enabling environment where all students can participate fully in their education
    • Accessible work sites and programs will be available to students, staff, and families
  • Community


    We will foster and celebrate inclusive school communities to enhance the learning experiences of all students.


    • Facilitate opportunities for the use of strategies to encourage and support family involvement in our schools and learning at home
    • Develop a process to formally integrate and celebrate the partners whose contributions enhance the learning experiences of our students
  • Technology


    We will provide secure and reliable learning environments that will allow students and staff to use technology in an effective and seamless manner.


    • Provide an up-to-date technology infrastructure that meets the needs of classrooms, administration, and departments
    • Optimize our data systems to ensure that information is accurate, reliable and easily accessible
    • Increase staff knowledge of the technology available for teaching, learning, and workplace applications
    • Develop measurements to better understand the impact of the Educational Technology Initiative on staff and student learning
  • Equity


    We will promote practices that help students, families, and staff feel safe, welcomed, and included.


    • Decrease the incidence of bullying among students
    • Increase the sense of belonging among students
  • Environment


    We will ensure that students and staff have a safe and welcoming environment in which to learn and work.


    • Ensure continuity of services and programs
    • Improve energy and environmental conservation at all sites
    • Make the best use of space in schools
    • Create learning spaces to reflect current teaching and learning needs
    • Build a culture of care and respect in all schools and workplaces