Parents often bring in hot lunches for their children here at school. We ask that you kindly refrain from bringing in any hot lunches from establishments that have nuts and or nut products such as McDonald’s or Tim Hortons in order to keep our students safe. GNA will soon introduce the Hot Lunch program that will provide allergy safe food choices for our students. We ... Continue reading "Allergy Safe Lunches"
Guardian Angel’s 2018-2019 Catholic School Council Members extend an invitation to members of our parent school community to consider becoming a member of Council. Becoming a member provides an exciting opportunity; members learn about and actively support the faith development, academic , social, emotional development and well-being of all students. A Catholic School Council Nomination Form is attached in the newsletter for your additional reference. ... Continue reading "CSC First Meeting & Election Nominations"
The French Department would like to bring awareness to Franco-Ontarien Day which is celebrated on Tuesday, September 25th. We would like to ask the staff and students to wear green and white clothing and/or accessories. We will have announcements leading up to this day and we will be discussing what it means in each of our respective classes. ... Continue reading "Franco-Ontarien Day on September 25th"
Sunday, September 30th will be Orange Shirt Day. This is a movement that began in 2013 as a way to recognize the experience of Indigenous people who survived residential schools. All Canadians are invited to wear an orange shirt to honour Indigenous people and show a commitment to the idea that every child matters. GNA will support Orange Day on Friday, September 28th. We ask ... Continue reading "Orange Shirt Day on September 28th"
Students will be taking school photos on Friday, October 12th for JK to Grade 8. All students must wear their standardized dress code items for the photos. An opportunity to wear their own dress will be provided when the school offers a Spring photo session later on in the school year.
Terry Fox is a Canadian icon and hero. He is an inspiration to many people because of his example of perseverance and strength. Terry Fox ran 3,000 miles on one leg to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Terry Fox ran 3,000 miles on one leg to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. The GNA staff and students of GNA will walk in ... Continue reading "Terry Fox Walk @ GNA"