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  • Getting the cool school look
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Aug 2006, p. 1     With students preparing to head back to the halls of learning, picking that perfect wardrobe is as important as all the other school supplies. Robyn Henderson (left) and Melinda Vieira checked out the latest styles at JV Clothing located in Georgetown Market Place....
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Aug 2006, p. 1   With students preparing to head back to the halls of learning, picking that perfect wardrobe is as important as all the other school supplies. Robyn Henderson (left) and Melinda Vieira ...
  • Christ the King's MacKinnon joins board as student trustee
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Jun 2006, p. 9     Heather MacKinnon from Christ the King Secondary School is looking forward to having input into decisions at the Halton Catholic District School Board in her new role as student trustee. MacKinnon, a Grade 11 student, has been selected to represent north Halton at the board table. She was one of ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Jun 2006, p. 9   Heather MacKinnon from Christ the King Secondary School is looking forward to having input into decisions at the Halton Catholic District School Board in her new role as student trustee. ...
  • Changes in store for students
    Newspaper  Gamble, Cynthia, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Feb 2006, p. 4     Changes in the proposed capital plan that will affect Georgetown students: · Cancelled-- the Georgetown South high school, planned for 800 students to be built beside the Gellert Community Centre, in 2016. Projected enrolments show that by 2016 there will be just over 1,000 students attending GDHS ...
    Newspaper  Gamble, Cynthia, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Feb 2006, p. 4   Changes in the proposed capital plan that will affect Georgetown students: · Cancelled-- the Georgetown South high school, planned for 800 students to be built beside the Gellert Community Centre, ...
  • Editorial:  Fight for GDHS
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Feb 2006, p. 6     Residents who attended last week's Halton District School Board capital plan at Georgetown District High School were given a simple message: If you want a new public high school and/or renovations to the existing one let your voice be heard. Gerry Cullen, superintendent of facilities services with ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Feb 2006, p. 6   Residents who attended last week's Halton District School Board capital plan at Georgetown District High School were given a simple message: If you want a new public high school and/or ...
  • Busing to continue next year for Catholic students in Georgetown South and West areas
    Newspaper  Gamble, Cynthia, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Mar 2006, p. 11     Busing will continue next year for Christ the King students from the Georgetown South and Trafalgar West areas. Busing for the Georgetown South students seemed to be in jeopardy this winter when Halton Catholic District School Board trustees asked for a legal opinion on a 2002 resolution, which ...
    Newspaper  Gamble, Cynthia, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Mar 2006, p. 11   Busing will continue next year for Christ the King students from the Georgetown South and Trafalgar West areas. Busing for the Georgetown South students seemed to be in jeopardy this ...
  • Students lend a hand
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Dec 2006, p. 10     St Brigid's School Grade 8 students (from left) Victor Laur, Taylor Breen, Alex Norheim and Alicia Kuchinic were recently packing up the assortment of toys that the school collected as they prepared for pickup by Links2Care. The toys were donated specific to the needs of Links2Care, to be sure to ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Dec 2006, p. 10   St Brigid's School Grade 8 students (from left) Victor Laur, Taylor Breen, Alex Norheim and Alicia Kuchinic were recently packing up the assortment of toys that the school collected as ...
  • Catholic students sign pledge to be `bully-free'
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Jan 2007, p. 7     Students at a couple of Georgetown South Catholic elementary schools took part in recent workshops to become "bully-free" and all signed pledges to follow through with their promises. As part of National Anti-Bullying Week, St. Catherine of Alexandria and St. Brigid pupils were introduced to ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Jan 2007, p. 7   Students at a couple of Georgetown South Catholic elementary schools took part in recent workshops to become "bully-free" and all signed pledges to follow through with their promises. As part ...
  • Silver Creek principal at the head of the class
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Jan 2007, p. 10     A Georgetown principal will receive a prestigious national award for her 34 years as an educator-- a career which has included presiding over the 2003 opening of one of Canada's top-10 rated schools. Silver Creek Public School's Wendy Harrison will be honoured at Canada's Outstanding Principals ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Jan 2007, p. 10   A Georgetown principal will receive a prestigious national award for her 34 years as an educator-- a career which has included presiding over the 2003 opening of one of Canada's ...
  • Musical students
    Newspaper  Hribljan, John, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 14     The Music Hall (Halton Hills) held its yearly master class recently. Performing left to right are Brandy Ayote, Lili Paradi and Laura Sinden....
    Newspaper  Hribljan, John, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 14   The Music Hall (Halton Hills) held its yearly master class recently. Performing left to right are Brandy Ayote, Lili Paradi and Laura Sinden....
  • He's got the beat
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 22 Feb 2006, p. 7     Grade 4-5 students at Park Elementary School sampled a variety of African and Caribbean instruments last week when musician and master drummer Muhtadi Thomas paid a visit. A native of Trinidad & Tobago, who now resides in Markham, Thomas is devoted to community arts projects involving children and ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 22 Feb 2006, p. 7   Grade 4-5 students at Park Elementary School sampled a variety of African and Caribbean instruments last week when musician and master drummer Muhtadi Thomas paid a visit. A native of ...
  • A Major message
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Mar 2006, p. 4     One of the two world's first female CF18 fighter pilot, Maj. Dee Brasseur (Ret'd), spoke to students at Centennial Middle School last week as she described the challenges of being trained as the first female fighter pilot in the 1980s. Maj. Brasseur told her story as a means of giving ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Mar 2006, p. 4   One of the two world's first female CF18 fighter pilot, Maj. Dee Brasseur (Ret'd), spoke to students at Centennial Middle School last week as she described the challenges of being ...
  • Acton students get technical
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 17 Mar 2006, p. 5     Grade 12 Acton High School student Amy Forbes (above) concentrated on setting up the cutter for the CNC (Computer Numerical Control) as she took part in the Tech Skills Competition at the school recently. At left, Grade 12 students Clark Sinclair and Jocelyn Bell concentrated on the auto mechanics ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 17 Mar 2006, p. 5   Grade 12 Acton High School student Amy Forbes (above) concentrated on setting up the cutter for the CNC (Computer Numerical Control) as she took part in the Tech Skills Competition ...
  • On-line literacy is at students' fingertips
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 22 Mar 2006, p. 26     Literacy North Halton is keeping pace with technology and with the needs of adults in the community who need to upgrade their literacy and computer skills. Five years ago most Literacy North Halton (LNH) students wanted to learn how to use computers. With donated equipment and the assistance of ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 22 Mar 2006, p. 26   Literacy North Halton is keeping pace with technology and with the needs of adults in the community who need to upgrade their literacy and computer skills. Five years ago most ...
  • GDHS students on CBC news show Friday
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Apr 2006, p. 10     CBC News at Six will be broadcast from Georgetown District High School Friday (April 7). The 6 p.m. live broadcast will include segments and interviews with students as part of CBC's news series Queen's Park: Making the Grade. The GDHS Geography Club has been participating in the series that last ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Apr 2006, p. 10   CBC News at Six will be broadcast from Georgetown District High School Friday (April 7). The 6 p.m. live broadcast will include segments and interviews with students as part of ...
  • Robert Little School students take on Town Challenge
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 14 Jun 2006, p. 16     Robert Little School students have taken on the Town's Spring Active Living Challenge with great enthusiasm! Led by teacher Marie Burland, students participate in a variety of activities to keep fit. Some of their activities include: · 20 minutes of school-wide Quality Daily Fitness (QDF)-- ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 14 Jun 2006, p. 16   Robert Little School students have taken on the Town's Spring Active Living Challenge with great enthusiasm! Led by teacher Marie Burland, students participate in a variety of activities to keep ...
  • Local students aiding Ugandan peers
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Apr 2006, p. 3     Halton Hills residents are being asked to donate any used youth soccer uniforms and equipment to a group that wants to help disadvantaged children in a small town in the African nation of Uganda. The Canada-Africa Soccer Friendship Association (CASFA) has struck up a partnership with Georgetown ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Apr 2006, p. 3   Halton Hills residents are being asked to donate any used youth soccer uniforms and equipment to a group that wants to help disadvantaged children in a small town in the ...
  • Board gives big cash boost to breakfast program
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 9 Feb 2007, p. 13     The Halton District School Board has made a sizable donation to a student snack-andbreakfast program through its fundraising arm. Education Director Wayne Joudrie said a $14,461 donation was made to Halton Food For Thought via the Halton Learning Foundation. The money came from unused portions of ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 9 Feb 2007, p. 13   The Halton District School Board has made a sizable donation to a student snack-andbreakfast program through its fundraising arm. Education Director Wayne Joudrie said a $14,461 donation was made to ...
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