GV Christmas Food Drive

posted Nov 30, 2020, 4:57 PM by Amanda Salinas

Our GV Food Drive is underway! Click the attachment below for more information. 

An Advent Message from Father Matthew

posted Nov 23, 2020, 6:49 AM by Amanda Salinas

Please see attached to read a letter from Father Matthew of St. Isidore Parish. 

How Do Your Children Get to School?

posted Oct 30, 2020, 6:41 AM by Amanda Salinas

Help us determine how Georges Vanier students are getting to school these days. Whether they walk, bike, ride the bus, or ride in a car, please help by filling out this short survey<> from Ottawa Student Transportation Authority.  

Thank you. 

Update from St. Isidore Parish

posted Oct 13, 2020, 8:13 AM by Amanda Salinas

Currently, there has been no updates on the Sacrament of Confirmation for candidates of last Easter Season.  Due to covid-19 , all scheduled Confirmation dates were cancelled throughout the diocese.  We have not received any information about rescheduling. Therefore, we will be delaying the registration for the Sacrament of Confirmation for Easter Season 2021.


Candidates of First Holy Communion registered for Easter 2020 are currently preparing with parents at home. We have scheduled 12 candidates at a time for Thursday evening Masses starting the last Thursday in October.


Registration for Reconciliation and First Holy Communion for Easter 2021 is also being delayed.


Please visit the parish website to check for updates under the sacraments page:

OCSB Code of Conduct

posted Oct 5, 2020, 8:27 AM by Amanda Salinas


posted Sep 28, 2020, 5:20 PM by Amanda Salinas

Remember to be COVIDWise:

• – Wear a mask or face covering where required, or when you cannotmaintain a physical distance of two metres (six feet).

• – Isolate yourself from others when you are sick (and get tested promptly if youhave COVID-like symptoms).

• – Stay two metres (six feet) apart from those outside your household.

• – Exercise proper hand hygiene; wash your hands regularly or use sanitizer especially before touching your face.  


posted Jun 26, 2020, 5:21 AM by Toni Hoffe   [ updated Jun 26, 2020, 5:27 AM ]

OCSB Opportunities for Summer Mental Health 2020

posted Jun 23, 2020, 6:50 AM by Amanda Salinas

OCSB Opportunities for Summer Mental Health 

Coping with Uncertainty: We will be offering stress management groups to students currently in Grades 5-6 as well as a high school version for students in Grades 7-12. This program is available to all interested families with students in Grades 5 and above. The groups will take place over the "Google Meet" application. The program will consist of three sessions, ranging from 45 minutes to 1 hour in length, and all three sessions will be completed over the span of a single week.  During each group session, students will be provided with opportunities to learn and implement specific skills that will foster their social and emotional competence, resilience and well-being. Special attention will be given to the effects of stress in relation to COVID-19. Students will also examine feelings of stress that may surface as they prepare to return to school after the extended break. Parents may register their children using the link indicated on this poster for Grades 5-6 and this poster for Grades 7-12

Getting Ready for Grade 7: We will be offering in-person group sessions for students transitioning from Grade 6 to Grade 7 during the last two weeks of August. The sessions, which will occur at the High School (or Intermediate School), will be facilitated by Board Mental Health Workers. Sessions will address dealing with change, positive coping strategies, organization skills and will include a tour of the school. Please contact the school if you are interested in this opportunity. Please contact our school principal or resource teacher should you have questions, or would like your child to be part of this opportunity at the end of the summer. 

Various resources for families

Links to various community supports

Phone line Support

Importance of routine during the summer

July SEL calendar for elementary students

July Wellness Calendar for Teens

August Wellness Calendar for Teens

Lent - Week 2!

posted Mar 13, 2020, 9:57 AM by Amanda Salinas

As we begin to count down the hours to our extended March Break, please take some time to enjoy these photos of student voice. Mrs. Howell has posted some important questions in the halls of our school and asked students to answer them. 

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