Violence Threat Risk Assessment Protocol (VTRA)

The Upper Grand District School Board is committed to providing safe learning environments for all students, staff, school visitors, and community members. When a student behaves inappropriately, principals use progressive discipline to help a student take responsibility for their actions, change their behaviour, and learn from their mistakes. When safety is threatened by the potentially violent or dangerous behaviour of a student, which places either the student or others at risk, school staff follow specific protocols for the protection of all. It is important that you and your children are aware of these protocols. For more information, visit the board's website.

Update on elementary progress reports and interviews

Labour Update ButtonWhat parents need to know about progress reports and interviews now that the elementary teachers have voted to ratify the central agreement. For more information, visit

Gateway Drive News

October 2011 Newsletter

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leaves3Fall Fest was a wonderful night for the Gateway Drive Public School Community. Thank you to all the wonderful families who attended our “Fall Fest” celebration hosted by our School Council, in partnership with the amazing Gateway staff! Hats off to the parents, staff and students who volunteered their time to make it happen! Despite the rain we had a wonderful turnout. Once again thank you to everyone who supported this event through their attendance and participation as well as those who worked so hard to make it happen.

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