News & Announcements
The Rainbow Pride Flag Raising – June 4th
The Rainbow Pride flag is raised at GCVI in order to recognize the diversity of our gender and sexual minorities. We celebrate Pride month, in June, as a symbolic gesture to take action against the realities of oppression that gender and sexual minorities continue to face. GCVI has a welcoming school community that believes in the inclusivity and acceptance of all groups.
We believe in equality and do all that we can to ensure that all of our staff, students, and community members are treated with dignity and respect. As a school we work hard to celebrate others’ differences and to abolish discrimination.
All of the Gaels are respected and valued and in such we will take the month of June to proudly raise and fly the Rainbow Pride Flag.
McCrae Day Open House- May 30th 6-8:30 pm
GCVI Senate Presents Colour Run 2018- Saturday, May 26, 2018 10:30 AM
5K Run! All Ages Welcome!
All proceeds will go Relay for Life!
Register online or in the Cafeteria for $20.
GCVI Athletic Council Car Wash- May 26 9:30-2!
Host an International Student!
Join your community and school in welcoming the students from Lauro Ikastola school in Spain. If you are interested in this opportunity please click on the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/EHmXsODaeGHQdorc2
School Council- Rescheduled
The School Council previously scheduled for May 10 at 7 pm, has been rescheduled to Thursday, May 24th at 6 pm.
Starting Monday, April 23 until April 26th, during the lunch hour, we will be collecting the $10 Commencement Gown Fee and issuing 2 tickets per graduate. Please come to the tables set outside the main office.
Public Health is Committed to Helping You Update Your Vaccination Records to Avoid Suspension From School
- Schedule an appointment with your family physician or public health unit to complete vaccination(s)
- Attend ISPA catch-up clinic being offered at GCVI on March 5th, 2018
- Report all completed immunizations to Public Health by April 6th, 2018 to avoid potential suspension
If you are not getting vaccinated for medical or conscience/religious reasons:
- Parent/Legal Guardian must complete the appropriate exemption process
- For Statement of Conscience or Religious Belief exemptions you must also complete an immunization education session at Public Health
Every time you get a vaccine report it to Public Health.
The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) will be presented at the Business Operations Committee meeting on June 12, 2018. The meeting starts at 7 pm in the boardroom at the Guelph Board Office, 500 Victoria Road N, Guelph.
The final report has considered the feedback received during the second phase of public engagement conducted throughout May. The LTAP Final …
The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) is going to be presented at 5 regional public meetings throughout the month of May.
The draft report includes a list of proposed short (1-5 yrs.) and long (6-10 yrs.) accommodation priorities. The report does not include any recommended changes to school programs or boundaries.
We invite you to attend any of the following …
CHSS School Council Event: Understanding Drugs in the Community; Fentanyl, Other Opiates and Emerging Concerns
CHSS School Council Event: Understanding Drugs in the Community; Fentanyl, other opiates and emerging concerns
Drugs in the community affect us all and the CHSS School Council is hoping to raise awareness by hosting an event for parents, guardians and other community members to learn about and discuss emerging concerns surrounding opiates in our community.
The event will take place on April 12th, from 7-8pm. Our keynote speakers will be Detective …
Board staff is presenting the Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) and Phase 2 Public Engagement Plan at the Board’s Business Operations Committee meeting on April 10, 2018. The meeting will be held at the Guelph Board Office located at 500 Victoria Rd N, Guelph starting at 7:00pm. All are welcome to attend.
The draft report includes a list of proposed …
Our Mindfulness Sessions are starting again on Tuesday's and Thursday's from 8:15 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity! Please click on the link below for more information: Mindfulness Poster Spring 2018
The first phase of public engagement for the UGDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) is complete. Thank you to all who attended a workshop or provided input online. Your feedback will be shared in a report to trustees on March 20, 2018.
One of the questions that we have received at the workshops is what will be included in the Final LTAP Report? …
Please click the link below for information and instructions to book your parent-teacher interviews: Parent Teacher Interview Instructions
Alfred Lafferty was not born in Guelph and he did not stay long in the city, but his name will be remembered here for many years to come for one simple reason.
Lafferty is believed to have been the first black principal of an Ontario high school, when he headed up Guelph County High School, now Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute, in 1872.
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GUELPH, Ontario – Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute marked Black History Month by honouring an individual that made an impact on the school and community of Guelph.
Alfred Lafferty was born in Toronto in 1839 to parents that had escaped slavery in the United States. His parents, who were both illiterate, were determined to provide an education for their children. In 1856, Lafferty was accepted to the University of Toronto where …
Your voice matters @UGDSB Gr 4 - 12 students, staff & parents please complete our 2018 School Climate Survey at: http://bit.ly/UGclimatesurvey2018 Check out this video to understand why your answers are important: https://www.wevideo.com/view/1066200581 #equity #accessibility #safety #respect