CORRECTION: Public transport strike – information for students

The Region of Waterloo is advising that labour action will cause disruption to local Grand River Transit and MobilityPLUS operators starting Monday, April 3, 2017. The strike action may cause disruption for some of our students and their families who use public transport to get to and from school.  School Bus services are not affected and […]

Public transport strike – information for students

The Region of Waterloo is advising that labour action will cause disruption to local Grand River Transit and MobilityPLUS operators starting Monday, April 5, 2017. The strike action may cause disruption for some of our students and their families who use public transport to get to and from school.  School Bus services are not affected and […]

Parent Night

Thursday, March 30th 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

GCI Students showcase “Generation Yet Unnamed”

Several GCI students will have their artwork showcased in the new exhibition called “Generation Yet Unnamed” at the Cambridge Library and Gallery in downtown Galt.
It is a new show focused on art made by youth in Cambridge.
The show opens on Wednesday March 29 at 6:30 pm. (Remarks, meet the artists, and light refreshments) The show will be on display until May 7th.

Adeel Qazi Ahmed, Rachael Anderson, Chloe Harrison, Martin Ma, Michelle Marcus, Haley Owens, Haley Payne, Melanie Rubba

 

 

 






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Board accepts Cambridge Trustee Mitchell resignation

Waterloo Region District School Board Trustees accepted the resignation the representative for Cambridge/North Dumfries, Trustee Andrea Mitchell, today. “I would like to thank Trustee Mitchell for her tireless and dedicated service to the students, parents, staff and community members of the Waterloo Region District School Board,” said Chairperson Scott McMillan. “My fellow trustees and I are extremely grateful for her […]

Congratulations “JR Brush Off” Winners

Two GCI students participated in a live painting competition at the Cambridge Library and Gallery called the “JR. Brush Off”. Layth Shaabo (ESL) and Kristy Serpa (grade 12) won first prize for their paintings. They were in different rounds so that made GCI able to bring home two 1st place prizes. They will compete again […]

Grand River Transit Schedule – March 30, 2017

GRT will run the morning school special as normal. The afternoon school special will be cancelled. Students may use Route 51 to get to either Ainslie Street terminal, or  to Cambridge Centre, where students  can then transfer to routes that would get them home. Route 200 iXpress and Route 52 are also within a short […]

The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test – Thursday March 30, 2017

On Thursday March 30, most grade 10 and other eligible students will write the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. Those expected to write the test have been notified and will receive specific information from the school either by mail or from a homeroom teacher after March Break. Grade 10 students who were successful on the […]

Still time to register for the PIC Parent conference

Registration is still open for the sixth annual Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) and the Waterloo Region Assembly of Public School Councils (WRAPSC)  free family event for parents, caregivers and the community. The theme for this year’s parent conference is Empowering Students with Parent Engagement. The conference will start with keynote speakers Royan Lee, a teacher, consultant and blogger and Yumi […]

International travel update

The safety and well-being of our students is always our top priority. This priority extends beyond the classroom when our students travel both within Canada and internationally. It is our responsibility to ensure that every possible precaution is taken to ensure the safety of our students and staff when they travel. Considering the recent events […]