Grade 2 Students Release Salmon Virtually with GO!

Over the past 23 years, Grade 2 students at GNS have raised Goldstream River salmon, with the purpose of releasing them back into the river. This past November, the current Grade 2 students went to Goldstream River to watch the salmon spawning in person. Most salmon start their life cycle in a rocky spawning nest, […]

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GOing for a Planet Walk

With the start of their Science unit on Space, Grade 6 Science students had the chance this week to go on a virtual tour of the solar system when they walked around their neighbourhood, backyard, or house. Ms. Ana Vera and Ms. Shawna Parks took the students for a walk around their neighbourhoods as their […]

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Deputy Minister’s Bulletin, Special Update – April 29, 2020

FOR ACTION – Video Address from Dr. Bonnie Henry: Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has prepared a special video address to thank teachers, educational assistants and school staff for all their work during these unprecedented times. As we continue to flatten the COVID-19 curve in B.C., it is crucial that we maintain the supports […]

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Keeping the Discussion GOing in IB Global Politics

These Grade 12 students didn’t miss a beat jumping into their classes with GO!, which kicked off on March 31. For the IB Global Politics 12 class, they were able to get the discussions GOing right away.   While talking about their Spring Break experiences, the class discussed the COVID-19 pandemic, which tied in well […]

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GNS Students get GOing with PHE

Students in our Middle and Senior Schools have been tackling a new Physical and Health Education (PHE) challenge to stay physically active. Grade 6 to Grade 12 students are participating in PHE GO! (Gryphons Online!) Bingo as they aim to complete at least two lines of activities on an exercise-themed Bingo card. There is a […]

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***Coronavirus Update***

Regular updates will be provided from the Ministry of Education. Please see a collation of information drawn from various sources on the jurisdictions’ responses to the Coronavirus outbreak. Links are provided for information only; individual schools will be responding accordingly to their own organization’s advisories.

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Link for Well-Being BC

Well-Being BC was created with funding provided by the BC Ministry of Education to all public school districts and independent schools in 2019, as part of a school – based mental health initiative to support three pillars of Well-being. Click here to access the site.

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