Posted on Monday, February 26, 2024 02:33 PM
Chef Adelina DeBlasis can now add Culinary Olympian to her growing resume. Last year, Adelina accepted the National Chef of the Year award from the Culinary Federation of Canada and she has recently returned from the IKA Culinary Olympics in Stuttgart with Canada’s Culinary Olympic Teams. She is also a teacher at P.A.S.S. Secondary School and is an instrumental part of the Community Kitchen Program.
The National Culinary Canadian team was ranked 6th overall in the world and was awarded a gold...
Posted on Monday, February 26, 2024 11:34 AM
GECDSB Administration Building staff took part in a competitive (and delicious) Chili Cookoff this month. Several volunteers made a variety of chili recipes for staff to sample and vote on. This event became more exciting when Oliver from Ford City Public School arrived to submit his chili recipe as a contender!
Oliver has also created a chili cookoff at Ford City that started in March 2023 and will continue this year. Each class made a pot of chili and he was on a team of judges that decided...
Posted on Friday, February 23, 2024 05:29 PM
Roseville Public School has been selected by the We Are One Lunch Program to receive a daily nutritious lunch at no cost to families between February 20th and March 29th! This exciting program launched this week and has been an incredible success. The GECDSB and Roseville are grateful to the We Are One Lunch Program and the outstanding sponsors who have helped to make this program possible and are giving their time every day. This week, Director Houston, Superintendent Duben, Superintendent Mills,...
Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 03:00 PM
The new K-12 school on Jasperson Drive in Kingsville that will serve students and families across the south shore of Essex County will be known as Erie Migration Academy.
It opens in September, 2024 for 1045 elementary and 753 secondary students. It’s cost is approximately $60 million.
Students from the communities of Kingsville, Colchester, Harrow, Leamington and Pelee Island will make up the new school community. Lake Erie is the predominant feature that connects all the municipalities.
Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 02:57 PM
The new, public K-8 school on Tecumseh Road will be a guiding light for education in the area. Construction of the building began in 2022, at a cost of $22,500,000. On February 20th the GECDSB Board of Trustees approved the name Beacon Heights Public School. Both titular words, which comprise the name, are metaphoric in nature and meaningful, educationally.
A beacon is a light which provides direction as well as being a source of inspiration. Heights is the extreme, vertical point of a structure...