Month: November 2017

Help us keep GNA allergy safe!

Thank you for making sure that certain foods are not sent to school so we can work together to keep our students with life threatening allergies safe. Kindly continue to check food products, especially breads, for nut, seed and legume ingredients. Some “healthier” breads contain seeds and nut products that pose a serious threat to our students with allergies.

Be a Buddy not a Bully Week

This week, the GNA students will be participating in many activities and workshops on the topic of Bullying Prevention. Students learn to stand up and report bullying and also, how to nurture friendships with each other. We remember to #bekindeverytime and to be a buddy not a bully!

The Jingle Bell Walk

The Healthy School Committee continues to foster healthy living here at GNA! So please join us on Friday, December 8 at 9:50 am as we complete a Winter walk around our community. We will be starting off North on Lawford Rd, West on Stanton, South on Poetry Dr., East on Chatfield. Kindergarten students will walk at 8:30 am on school grounds. Grades 1-8 will walk ... Continue reading "The Jingle Bell Walk"

Christmas Toy Drive

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This year, Guardian Angels CES  will be collecting new and unwrapped toys for the Holiday Heroes and Sick Kids Toy Drives.  Please drop off any unwrapped toys under our Christmas Tree in the front foyer.  You can bring in toys anytime such as this Thursday evening for Interview Night or our upcoming Christmas Event on December 2nd. Thank you in advance for your generous

Bullying Awareness Week

During Bullying Awareness Week we are participating in a variety of activities as we continue Guardian Angels’ mission to ‘be kind everytime’!

Guardian Angels Catholic Elementary School is about to get a whole lot more magical!  Toronto magicians Brent and Sarah have performed all over the world aboard Disney Cruise Line and on Friday November 17th they are coming to our school with ... Continue reading "Bullying Awareness Week"