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Important Dates



3 - Labour Day

4 - First Day Back to School


Welcome to Garrison Road School's Website


 Please refer to our website where you can find updates about the many events and activities planned throughout the school year. 




Thank you to Denny's Restaurant for your continued support and donations to our Breakfast Club. Remember... kids eat free Tuesday evenings!


We are closed for the summer and will re-open on Monday, August 27th for student registrations.  The first day of school will be Tuesday September 4th.  For Information regarding report cards, kindergarten information, student transportation and other inquiries please see the following information:

- All report cards that were not picked up at the school were mailed to the student's home.

- Information for new kindergarten families will be sent to parents.

- If you require General Transportation Information, please visit nsts.ca or call: Niagara Student Transportation Services at 905-346-0290.

- for all other questions, plesae visit dsbn.org or call the DSBN Education Centre at 905-641-1550 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.  Please Note:  The Education Centre will be closed the following Fridays:  July 13th, 20th, August 10th and 17th and for the annual shut-down period of July 23rd to August 6th inclusive. 

Have a safe and happy summer!




French Immersion Registration!

For students currently enrolled in Senior Kindergarten Schools in the Greater Fort Erie Area.

**Space is limited don't delay!

For more information contact the school at 905-871-4830.




A Guide For Parents

Geometry and Spatial Sense                      

Familiar Shapes in Our World K - 3

• When talking with your child, identify things by their shape and size: “Please pass me the rectangular placemat, the largest box out of the cupboard, the squareshaped cracker and the circular plate.”
• Ask your child to look for two-dimensional shapes, such as circles, squares, triangles and rectangles, on objects at home or outside. For example, help your child find various shaped street signs and name the shapes that are on them.
• 3-D Hunt. Help your child look for three-dimensional objects: cubes, cones, spheres (such as a ball), prisms (such as a box), pyramids and cylinders. Talk about how a pop can or a paper towel roll is like a cylinder.
• Play I Spy with your child by asking him or her to guess an object you identify by its shape: “I spy something that is round,” “I spy something that has a cylinder shape.” Make this game more challenging by stating two shapes: “I spy something
that is round and has a square on it.”

The greater the support that families provide for their children’s learning and educational progress, the more likely that their children will do well in school and continue on with their education.
                                             Karen Mapp and Anne Henderson, 2002

                                                            A New Wave of Evidence:
                                                           The Impact of School, Family, and Community
                                                           Connections on Student Achievement




Below are some great resources for you on how you can help your child at home.

Please click on the appropriate links below for more information.

KINDERGARTEN ~ Count Together

PRIMARY GRADES 1, 2 AND 3 ~ Making It Count

JUNIOR GRADES 4, 5 AND 6 ~ Counting Ahead

INTERMEDIATE GRADES 7 AND 8 ~ Countless Opportunities


Keep your children engaged with these family fun activities!




Pen Financial Banking every Tuesday from 8:20 - 8:40 am in the foyer.

Pizza Day is every Friday except PD days and early release days.  Please have payment into School Cash Online by Wednesday or handed in to your home room teacher by Wednesday of each week. 

School Cash Online: We're making it easier for you to connect with our school - approve permission forms and even make payments online. 

For more information on how to register please click here!



Information about transportation changes and school closures will be posted on the DSBN Facebook and Twitter feeds, posted on the DSBN and school websites, and communicated to local radio and television stations. To have information delivered straight to your smart phone, download the DSBN App from the Apple Store or Google Play. There is also very detailed information on the DSBN website at http://www.dsbn.org/inclementweather/



If you require general transportation information please go to www.nsts.ca or call Niagara Student Transportation Services at 905-346-0290

For other District School Board of Niagara information please visit www.dsbn.org or call the DSBN Education Centre at 905-641-1550 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm