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Pedestrian Safety

Posted January 7, 2019

Crossing GuardPedestrians play a role in keeping school crossing guards safe We all know that motorists play a crucial role in school zone safety, but did you know that pedestrians also play an important role in helping keep school crossing guards safe? Our

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ECO RESOLUTIONS

Posted January 7, 2019

TurtleJanuary is the time to carry out your Eco Resolutions! “There will be more waste plastic in the sea than fish by 2050” Dame Ellen MacArthur It’s a brand new year and the perfect time for positive change. For example, let’s end plastic pollution. Based on

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Talking About Mental Health

Posted January 7, 2019

Great Outdoors Clipart 1Getting Outdoors Did you know that taking a 20 minute walk can boost your memory and brain power? Getting outside reduces stress, improves sleep and creates feelings of liveliness and energy. Even in the cold weather it is important to

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Frigid Fridays Are Back!

Posted January 7, 2019

PolarOn February 18th, The Shelburne Police Service will be hosting a Polar Plunge at Fiddle Park at 1:30pm (registration is 11:30am).  All funds will be put towards the Law Enforcement Torch Run that helps support the Special Olympics. Each Friday, at Glenbrook, will

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Grade 7/8 Guidance Update from Mrs. Kennedy

Posted January 7, 2019

Myblueprint 1Great work is being done to explore pathways with all intermediate students! From gaining a deeper understanding of personal interests and learning styles, to examining occupation matches, each student is compiling this foundational work in their

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Talking About Mental Health

Posted November 23, 2018

GIVE THE GIFT OF RESILIENCY Daisy Flower In The Desert   As we head through December and towards the holidays, it is important to be aware that this can be a very exciting time of year, but for some it is also a difficult time

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DECEMBER 10th is HUMAN RIGHTS DAY!

Posted November 23, 2018

Humanrights““You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” —Jane Goodall Celebrate Human Rights Day on December

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Introducing Your Grade 7/8 Guidance Counsellor

Posted November 22, 2018

Myblueprint 1My name is Christine Kennedy and I am assigned to your child’s school as a Grade 7/8 Guidance Counsellor. I currently work alongside Grade 7 and 8 Teachers, as well as high school staff in

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Public Health Information

Posted October 24, 2018

  Information from Public HealthPublichealth We’re talking about weed – new cannabis information campaign launched! Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has launched a cannabis information campaign to provide youth and adults with information about the health effects of cannabis use, ways to reduce health risks, and links

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Talking About Mental Health

Posted October 23, 2018

Nature and Mental Health Fall is here and so is that pre-winter chill!  Getting outside makes such a difference to how we all are doing inside. Spending time in nature improves our mental health and well-being.  Being outdoors is a simple way to add some much needed down time from screens.

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BUY NOTHING DAY!

Posted October 23, 2018

BarcodeDon’t buy, give. “No one has ever become poor by giving”, Anne Frank Celebrate Buy Nothing Day on November 23rd! Buy Nothing Day is an awareness day highlighting society’s habit of buying too many things. It is a day for society to

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