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Glen Street PS is the home of the Griffon, a hub of innovation and creativity and a school we are all proud of.
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Mr.Bedford Jul 22
Without relationships with our students, real ones, there will never be real trust or learning
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Richard Reid Jul 4
Moving, re-shelving and re-shaping the LLC !
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Richard Reid Jun 29
Yesterday I started a new chapter in my TL career. In September I will be the new TL PS in Oshawa ON. It was amazing meeting the dedicated staff at this school. I can't wait to start this journey!!!
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Jamila M Maliha Jun 20
So excited to be opening a new school in the name of such an amazing Canadian female icon! Congratulations to Principal Cotterill and the new staff at Elsie MacGill PS!
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Ashleigh Hamilton Jun 18
Had a fantastic time in 's class today Used to make a 3 Act Math Problem for her gr 1s to solve. Topic: Share a pizza but all 3 of your friends want different toppings.
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Serge Ibaka Jun 14
A kid from Congo, becoming an NBA Champion is sureal. I was not supposed to be here but I never lost faith. This is a dream come true but also an opportunity for me to remind every kid in Congo, in Africa and everywhere that anything is possible. Thank you Toronto and Canada 🇨🇦
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Andrea McAuley Jun 14
Congratulations to the over 850 Abilities Track and Field athletes from 84 DDSB schools competing today. Favourite day of the school year for the smiles, cheers and accomplishments.
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GlenSt Jun 15
Wow! No wonder ss all want to take the cooking classes!
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Rob Dyment Jun 14
DDSB Abilities track & field meet. Elementary and secondary school athletes competing and having fun in the sun! Best day DEAA organizes all year. Thanks to our volunteers and coaches! ❤️
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Kyle Deegan Jun 14
Summer Programs at G.L. Roberts 2019! SMILE Program, JUMP Forward with GLR and Getting Ready for High School. Forms can be picked up at G.L. Roberts in the guidance office or at the main offices within the elementary schools
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Kyle Deegan Jun 6
JUMP Forward with GLR: July 3 to 26, Mon to Fri, 8:30 to 2:15, current grade 8 students entering grade 9 in Sept/19 SMILE Program: July 2 to 26, Mon to Fri, 8:30 to 2:15, students who have completed grades 6/7/8 Getting Ready for High School: Aug 19-22 from 8:30-1:30
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GlenSt Jun 11
Glad to report that this morning’s gas leak resulting from construction work in the neighbourhood has now been sealed. Our local Fire Services and Enbridge have reported the leak as covered and given the all clear. Thanks to and for their quick response
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GlenSt Feb 6
Wonder Woman Support Group cancelled this morning - the school is open for students!
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GlenSt Feb 6
All busses cancelled for DDSB. Schools are open. Stay safe!
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GlenSt Sep 22
It’s the same in Greek!
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Dr C F Cannon School Sep 12
We hope all our families had a great night at our curriculum night tonight. It’s going to be a great year!
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Mrs. Draper Sep 13
❤️ seeing how teachers in Gr. 6 are building math walls to embed the process expectations, foster accountable talk and support math thinking
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Nouman Ashraf Aug 28
Delighted to be here... thanks for the invitation, Lisa!
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Nouman Ashraf Aug 28
Delighted to be here at the Durham District School Board at the invitation of Lisa Miller & Board Chair Michael Barrett to ignite learning! Thanks for the engagement!
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Cathy Marks Krpan 23 Jul 18
Questions to consider when choosing a math task: Does it facilitate the development of effective thinking/reasoning skills? Does it meet the needs of all learners? Does it value different ways of thinking/visualizing/representing? Does it invite the sharing of mathematical ideas?
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