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  • Principal's Blog Hello GWSS We are excited to have two big community events this week.  On Wednesday we will host the Juno Beach Centre’s exhibit “From Vimy to Juno” from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.  On Thursday, the drama club’s production of the musical “Fiddler on the Roof” will open for a three night run.  Please support our students and staff who have put so much time and effort into this wonderful and entertaining musical.   Poinsettia Pick Up Thank you to all of those who supported the Parent Council’s Poinsettia Fundraiser!  The plants will be ready for pick up on Tuesday, December 6th from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.   Vimy to Juno On ...
    Posted Dec 2, 2016, 11:22 AM by Rori Bannerman
  • Garth Webb SS Graduating Class of 2017  Garth Webb SS Graduating Class of 2017Scheduling your Graduation Photo AppointmentGraduation photo appointment sessions start December 5th, 2016.Book your grad appointment now on line at www.lifetouch.ca/hamiltonregion to reserve your spot.Graduation Photography Sessions are taken at the School.(Pick up your grad brochure at school for more information and helpful hints )                                                                                                                                                         Booking your appointment:         1)      Please visit us at www.lifetouch.ca/hamiltonregion2)      Scroll down the opening page to the mauve section, on the right where it says choose your location, hit the arrow and scroll down to find             Garth Webb SS.  Select to proceed to next screen.3)      Click “Schedule” top right of page to proceed to next screen.4)      At the ...
    Posted Nov 18, 2016, 9:40 AM by Rori Bannerman
  • A Message to the GWSS Community Good Morning Garth Webb This is Mr. O’Malley and I would ask for your full attention for this very important message. Yesterday, hate graffiti was found on public property in the Garth Webb Community.  Although these symbols of hate were not found within or on our school, such hateful messaging in our community is nevertheless extremely disturbing.  Lest We Forget is a phrase with which we are all familiar.  We use this to honour those who gave their lives in the fight against tyranny and hatred, thus ensuring the freedom and prosperity that we enjoy today.  But Lest We Forget is not just a phrase of Remembrance, it is, in fact a call to action.  It is a pledge ...
    Posted Dec 2, 2016, 6:59 AM by Rori Bannerman
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