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I Am Thankful for………Volunteers

Jan 16, 2018

This past Monday, January 8, the first day back from the Christmas Break, I sat with the GCCS Finance Committee (a group of volunteers) in the evening. Most of the meeting focused on the first stages of the development of the budget for the school year starting in September, a mere 8 months away. As…

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Mental Health Night

Jan 7, 2018
Mental Health Night

Join us! Guelph Community Christian School is hosting an evening seminar entitled, “Your Child’s Mental Health: Assessing Risk Factors”. Everyone is welcome to attend. GCCS is passionate about educating the whole child. Knowing that God gives us a wonderful responsibility to guide children, we desire to help equip our community with tools and awareness regarding the…

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I am thankful for………being able to openly celebrate Christmas

Dec 18, 2017

Having been a student, teacher, or a principal in a Christian school setting for well over 40 years I am sometimes guilty of taking some of the gifts of the Christian school for granted. We talk a great deal with family and friends about the gifts we are purchasing for Christmas. Below are just a few…

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I am thankful for………opportunities to integrate a Christian Worldview in learning

Dec 11, 2017
Christ-centred learning

Don’t let the title above intimidate you. Put simply, worldview is the perspective from which we live and work in this world. If we were to use stereotypes, we would assume that a Canadian Worldview accepts as fact that we either cheer for the Toronto Maple Leafs or Montreal Canadiens, that we embrace cold weather,…

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I am thankful for……….being able to shine the Light on Black Friday

Nov 29, 2017
Light in the Manger

Over the years my family has viewed me in Grinch mode as Christmas approaches. This is not a result of me not wanting to celebrate the birth of our Saviour. It is simply that the commercialism of Christmas takes over everything. Stores were selling Christmas decorations before Remembrance Day. Commercials on the radio, T.V., or…

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