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Early Release Day

​Gordon Graydon M.S.S. will be holding its first Early Release Day Friday, October 27th.  Students will be dimissed at 11:30 a.m.  Please note, staff will be off-site for the afternoon.  As such, all students need to leave the building at dismissal.

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Early Progress Reports/Parents' Night

​Students, at Gordon Graydon M.S.S., will be receiving their Progress Reports Thursday, October 12th.  A sign-up form, for Parents' Night, will be in the Progress Report.  Please ensure your child, takes this to school, to arrange appointments with his/her teachers.  Parents' Night will be held Thursday, October 19th, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

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Grade 9 - 11 IBT/GDM Transition Days to TLK

​As promised, through the ARC process, students (in the IBT/GDM programs) at Graydon will continue to be provided with transition supports to T.L. Kennedy S.S.  Two days have already been confirmed to aid students in this process - Tuesday, September 26th and Friday, October 20th.  Permission forms went home, with students, Tuesday, September 12th and must be returned to the main office (for students wishing to attend) by Wednesday, September 20th.  The permission form is attached in the "Full Story" section of this post.

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Oct. 18 opportunity to say 'thanks' to bus drivers

Peel schools will pay tribute to bus drivers on Bus Driver Appreciation Day on Oct. 18, 2017. The day will be celebrated with special activities and events that provide teachers, students and parents an opportunity to thank the people who safely transport over 36,000 students to and from school each day.

​If your child rides the bus to school, take this opportunity to thank the bus driver for his or her contribution and ask your child to do so too. The Peel board appreciates the important job bus drivers do each school day and Oct. 18 provides an opportunity to give these individuals the recognition they deserve.

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Get involved in your child’s education

​Research shows parent involvement positively affects student success. Becoming more involved brings many benefits. You will get to know teachers, the principal and other parents better. You will be able to share your talents, experiences and ideas. You will inspire youth—and be inspired by them. You will show your child how much you value education. You will gain insights that can help you to boost your child's learning. And you could develop skills and knowledge that can help you in your own career.

There are many ways to be involved. Attending the Peel District School Board's annual parent conference, volunteering at your child's school, talking to your teen about their school day and reading with your child at night are all forms of parent involvement. Visit www.peelschools.org/parents/involved to learn more. 

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