Posted November 17, 2015
We are pleased to announce that the Waterloo Region District School Board and OSSTF District 24 have ratified their local tentative agreement. The agreement will expire August 31, 2017. “The ratification of a local agreement with OSSTF is a demonstration of the hard work and dedication of all involved. Steady and respectful discussion on both […]
Posted November 5, 2015
On November 4, GPSS hosted visiting principals from Jiangsu province in China who were part of a school exchange program facilitated by the Ministry of Education and the Ontario Principals’ Council. The guests were welcomed by student leaders who asked many questions about the educational system in China. The purpose of the program is to […]
Posted October 6, 2015
Region of Waterloo Public Health has been providing sexual health services in Waterloo Region District School Board secondary schools for over 25 years. In response to data and research findings related to the sexual health of youth in Waterloo Region, one component of the service provided to students in 14 Waterloo District School Board secondary […]
Posted May 21, 2015
In April, Grace M. and Ava P. launched Glenview’s online newspaper, The Panther Post. Here, Glenview staff, students and parents can read about current events, student accomplishments and assorted items of interest from the voice of the students themselves. The site is updated weekly and the team of reporters is looking to expand next year. Have […]
Posted May 8, 2015
The 2015-16 school year calendar has been approved by the Ministry of Education. The first day of school for the 2015-16 school year is September 8, 2015.
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Posted April 27, 2015
The WRDSB has partnered with Region of Waterloo Public Health (ROWPH) to address a variety of Healthy Schools initiatives as mandated by the Ministry of Education. In order to support the implementation of the Ontario School Food and Beverage Policy (PPM150) and to encourage healthy nutrition within school communities, ROWPH has developed a number of […]
Posted April 10, 2015
After 3 days of WCSSAA badminton, Glenview can boast of another championship in the Jr. Girls Doubles category. Congratulations to Georgia W. and Samantha H. who never lost a match in capturing the WCSSAA gold. This caps a very successful season with wins at the Doyle and the Glenview Tournaments. They will be representing us […]
Posted March 13, 2015
After being awarded Jr. athlete of the meet for his winning performances at WCSAA and then again excelling at WCSAA, Glenview Park swimmer Jack T. went on to place eighth in the 100 m freestyle at OFSAA, the elite level province wide secondary school sporting competition. We are all proud of your accomplishment. Thanks to Mr. Richmire […]
Posted March 4, 2015
The Junior Boys basketball team travelled to Owen Sound on February 26 and February 27 for the AA CWOSSA Championship Tournament. Congratulations to all the players and coaches Mr. Jarman and Mr. Yeaman on a tournament sweep and for bringing home the gold. We are Panther proud!
Posted February 19, 2015
Our procedure for severe weather provides guidelines and expectations for school closings due to severe weather, and how this information is communicated to our families.
Severe weather refers to conditions such as ice, fog, rain, sleet, snow, wind and/or frigid temperatures and wind chills. We consider a frigid temperature to be -35C with wind chill, or colder.
The general manager of Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region (STSWR) will monitor weather and temperatures in the region beginning at 5:30am, using Environment Canada’s wind chill index. If the temperature is forecasted to reach or exceed -35C with wind chill at 7:00am, buses will not operate and schools will be closed. The education centre will be open to those employees who can safely arrive to work.
How do we communicate cancellations or closures?
Decisions relating to cancellations and closures are made by 6:00am. Any cancellations and closures will be posted on our website and school websites. Information will also be available on our twitter account (@wrdsb). We encourage you to monitor our website and listen to local media for up-to-date cancellation and closures.
Parents have the option of keeping their children at home when concerned about weather conditions.